The Grade I Listed, Georgian terrace site was built in the 18th Century and features 166 rooms.
According to IHG, it has previously hosted famous figures from history including Sir Walter Scott, William Wilberforce, and the Duke of York.
Hotel Indigo Bath has reportedly combined “modern design with the historical architecture of the city”. Guests will have five different room types to choose from, reflecting the surrounding Bath.
These include: ‘Romance and Mischief’ rooms, ‘Literary Hideaway’ rooms, ‘Georgian Architecture’ rooms, ‘Garden’ rooms and ‘Underground Vault’ rooms.
All rooms are equipped with Hypnos beds, spa-inspired bathrooms, Nespresso coffee machines, high speed Wi-Fi and a 40” flat screen TV.
He also opened The Woodsman restaurant and bar at Hotel Indigo Stratford on Avon last year, winning the Good Food Guide Best New Entry 2020.
Nicola Fender, hotel manager at Hotel Indigo Bath said: “At Hotel Indigo we believe in providing more than just a good night’s sleep, we want to create an experience as unique as the neighbourhood in which we are found.
“With our unique design and thoughtful touches inspired by the local history and surrounding influences, guests can get a flavour of the neighbourhood through our hotel before heading off to explore the city for themselves.”
There are currently 121 Hotel Indigo properties open around the world, with another 102 in the pipeline to open in the next three to five years.