The new hotel rates in Lake George are up to 4 times higher than the average in the surrounding area, according to a report by National Geographic Traveler.
The rate increases were announced Thursday by Lake Geowan-based Hotel Indigo, which has opened four new hotel properties over the past year.
The hotel rates are up 8.5 percent for each of the hotel rooms, or about $300 per night.
Indigo’s new hotel rate hikes will be available for new rooms starting April 20.
The new rates include rooms with private balconies.
Indigo has partnered with local hotels and restaurants to offer discounted rates for guests to enjoy Lake Geoganiac’s beautiful beaches, a few lakes and a few hotels.
Hotel Indigo’s Lake Geowa hotel rate increases are expected to cost hotel guests about $450 a night, according a statement from Indigo.
Indigo also announced its plans to open new hotel property in the next two years.
The company has opened three new hotels in the past three years in Lake Washington, in the area around the University of Washington campus.
Indigo is also expanding the company’s services to other areas of Lake Washington.
Indigo announced its plan to build a hotel and restaurant on the property in 2018.
Indigo will offer the restaurant, a rooftop pool, and a full-service spa.
Indigo plans to start serving the restaurant and pool at the Lake Washington campus this spring.
Indigo CEO James Kastle said the company is looking to expand the company into other Lake Washington properties.
Indigo said it plans to offer amenities such as a pool, restaurant, bar, and private cabins.
Indigo currently operates four properties in Lake West, including two hotels.
Indigo owns a 10 percent interest in a Lake West property owned by The Beach at the end of Lake George.
Indigo previously opened two hotel properties in the Lake George area, which include a 7.5-acre property at the University Of Georgia, and an 11-acre site at the UGA/Gerald W. Smith School of Law.
Indigo operates two properties in and around Lake George: the Lake West/Lake George/Lake Washington property and the Lake Geowas hotel property.
Indigo recently announced it will be reopening the Lake Georgia hotel property to a new tenant.
Indigo and the UG/GSTL School of Public Policy have teamed up on a new contract with The Beach in 2018, which will allow Indigo to operate a hotel in Lake Georgians community for the next five years.
Indigo had been planning to open a hotel on the Georgia campus until it found a tenant to lease the property.
The UG is offering Indigo a lease with the Lake Georgias property for up to 15 years.
According to Indigo, Lake Georgiana offers a unique combination of the state’s largest lake and a unique location with a unique climate.
Indigo expects the hotel to become a community hub for the area.
Indigo hopes to see a return to the Lake GEORGE area as a result of the new hotel, said Indigo CEO Jay Lassiter.
Indigo intends to work with the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Georgia State Parks Department to facilitate the leasing of the property to provide the community with the opportunity to enjoy the best of Lake Geore and the surrounding areas.
Indigo, based in the Seattle area, opened four hotels in Georgia in the summer of 2018, including the new Lake Geowe-Lake Georgia/Lake Georgians property.
In February, Indigo said its Lake Georenas property will be renamed the Lake East, after the city in Georgia’s second-largest city.
Indigo released a statement about the new lease agreement with The Wave in February.
Indigo was founded in 2005 by Jay Lattiter, who became Indigo CEO in 2017 after a stint at Marriott International.
Indigo says its Lake GEowas Hotel is a top hotel for business travelers in Lake Georgia, with top amenities including a rooftop swimming pool and poolside restaurant.
Indigo offers a 24-hour service for all rooms, with reservations for any room to be made as soon as the first available date.
Indigo welcomes guests with the best value, including a complimentary beverage, complimentary food and complimentary beverage service.
Indigo Hotel Indigo offers five different rates for its Lake George properties.
Rates for suites, condominiums, and townhouses are up 10 percent to $1,800 per night, while rates for single rooms are up 15 percent to more than $2,100 per night and condominium rates are increased to $3,100 to more at Lake Georgios properties.
Hotel rates for Lake Georgian properties range from $5,800 to $10,200 per night depending on the size of the house and whether the home is in a condo or townhouse.
The Lake GEowan/Lake Georgia property currently has two available rates, for which Indigo is offering a discount for new guests.
The Lakeside rate is currently $2.25 per night with a 10-night minimum stay, and the Townhouse rate is up to $2 per night for a minimum