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Rating: 4.67

Address: 1 Maiden Ln, Charleston, SC, 29401

    Address: 173 Meeting St, Charleston, SC, 29401

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      Comments (15):

      1. Ahdri K.
      J Cant believe we found this gem! I only searched for it because the Indigo chain in Atlanta is pet friendly. turns out, this wonderful hotel is not affiliated, but it every bit as pet friendly! Modest pet fee (not per pet or per night!) Calm, friendly, efficient customer service. The price for the location and charm of this hotel is perfectly reasonable. (Seriously people, stop complaining because you couodve stayed at the holiday for $50 less! Decide what is important to you in a hotel and disect the pricetag with that in mind) This gorgeously kept historic building is in the HEART of downtown. (Garenteed parking is included in the price). The rooms are uniquely appointed with lovely furnishings and decor, giving it a bed and breakfast feel. The cilourtyard/common area is breathtaking. Breakfast was charming, and not in the crappy sense of the word. It was small enough for everything to be hot and fresh up to the last minute, but somehow with more variety than ive seen in an included breakfast. i could go on, this place was a great start to our road trip!

      17/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      2. Guerry N.
      The Indigo Inn, offers superior accommodations and lodging in the heart of the City's historic district featuring forty luxurious Charleston hotel rooms. Each of the rooms at this Charleston SC hotel are beautifully appointed in period antiques and are reminiscent of a bygone era. The rooms also feature modern baths with private vanities - every detail is attended to. Eighteenth Century charm abounds at the Indigo. This Charleston Inn is convenient to all the area attractions and sites including the finest restaurants, specialty shops, and the popular antique row. Charleston accommodations and lodging at the Indigo Inn allow you to explore the beautiful restored old City from your doorstep - just a few steps away. One appealing feature of this Charleston Inn is its tranquil private courtyard complete with seating areas and lush greenery. All of the Charleston Inn's rooms overlook this magnificent amenity. From the gracious accommodations, the Hunt breakfasts and the beauty of the period restoration of the old Inn to the late afternoon hors d' oeuvres and beverages, at the Indigo Inn, sometimes referred to as the Charleston bed and breakfast or even as the Charleston Hotel, no detail is overlooked in providing our guest with the opportunity to experience the charm of Charleston

      15/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      3. Brad G.
      My family & I loved staying here. It's right in the middle of all the activity & shops on Meeting St. The staff is friendly, accommodating & ready to give some great restaurant suggestions. Rooms are smaller than modern hotels but the Indigo Inn makes up for that with genuine Charleston character. There is too much to do in the city for you to spend too much time in the room anyway. The free morning breakfast is great and so is the evening wine social. Rooms are definitely older, so don't come here if your expecting the style of a name brand hotel. Most rooms face into the beautiful courtyard which has a lot of greenery & fountain. It's nice to eat breakfast out there, but there isn't much breeze so it can get hot. I highly recommend the Indigo if you're headed to Charleston.

      14/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
      4. Becky T.
      Great place to stay! Love the whole experience . They were gracious to us and were so kind to Snickers too! Definitely 5 stars! Hope to come back soon.

      20/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      5. Ed H.
      Made the trip oh so enjoyable. Wine and hors d'oeuvres fo free at 5pm daily. Courtyard is perfect for hangin out and the rooms are unique and well appointed. No refrigerators, but who cares? Free breakfast and wifi.

      11/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      6. Mercedes G.
      excellent..will stay again,clean,great decor and super attentive staff. stayed with my 10lb dog.

      05/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      7. Cheryl A.
      Decided to travel to Charleston for a unplanned "random" trip since the weather was so wonderful over the past few days here in Carolina.  Though it was St. Patrick's Day and the celebrations were in full swing, we were able to find a room at the Indigo Inn.  We were surprised since everything in town seemed to be booked with weddings, parties, or St. Patty's day celebrations.  Though we love Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, we were unfamiliar with Indigo Inn and had not expected it to be one of the nicest in the area.  We were in walking distance to everything worth seeing and doing!  The front desk staff ( Jennifer- Noon shift and Margaret- Midnight shift) were absolutely wonderful! Margaret was great conversation over 3:00am coffee and Jennifer was on point with directions to any place we wanted to go! This quaint establishment was very welcoming, the ambiance was nostalgic but energetic and the rooms were well appointed and so very comfortable.   For the money that you spend at the brand chains you could spend more or less at a bed and breakfast with an equally or even more memorable experience WITHOUT the overcrowded lounges, bars, elevators and people that party from A.M to A.M.!  Breakfast was fresh, afternoon tea and snacks, continuous coffee in the evening and  quick and easy checkout..  Absolutely hated to leave but the real world of hustle and bustle were awaiting us here in Columbia.  Nevertheless, the trip was great the B&B was fantastic and Magnolia's and Oak Steakhouse were equally as impressive!
      Will do it again...!

      19/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      8. Tessa P.
      Incredible value and great service! The rooms are very nice and clean. We had an afternoon nap and then went out for a walk we came back to our beds remade and chocolates on the pillow. The location is perfect - walking distance to everything. The staff are incredibly friendly and go out of their way to help you with suggestions for tours, dining and transport. The breakfast was great, too. Would definitely recommend.

      20/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      9. Jen L.
      We had decided only a week in advance that we wanted to visit Charleston.. We searched and searched online (trip advisor and others), and so many places were either so expensive, or sold out! We wanted a place that had history and charm - so we weren't wanting just any other hotel etc.. This place was just that!
      I don't recall how we came across this (or why we hadn't noticed it before), but after reading about the building (history etc), we had to call to inquire about rates and availability (online it stated it was sold out, but we lucked out!).. it was also cheaper than anywhere else we were looking at!

      The place was super clean, and the staff was SO friendly! The location is perfect!! Right in the middle of everything, but not smack dab in any chaos! We were able to walk everywhere from there!

      Wine and cheese every evening (FREE!) with free breakfast, free wifi, and free parking! We had noticed many other places nearby didn't offer that. The courtyard is the perfect spot to hang out. Even the furniture was perfect - antique looking, which we loved, for the sake of charm.

      This is probably where we will always stay, when coming to town (unless we want to try one of the bed and breakfast and check out the old homes).  We couldn't believe how perfect a spot was! They even let us leave our car parked there, for the rest of the day, after we checked out! Love love love this spot!

      25/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      10. Amy S.
      The Indigo Inn has a great location right off Meeting St., near King St., near the aquarium, and a Harris Teeter two blocks away so you can make use of the fridge in your room. The bathroom's fixtures were somewhat recently redone, but I could already see inattention to cleaning/discoloration of grout building up. The rooms have window AC and a ceiling fan, which is really nice. The rooms are dated, but clean and when was the last time you got to use one of those little wooden stairs to get into your raised bed? Nice touches keep my rating high even if Indigo isn't the newest or greatest.
      Staff were always helpful when I had a question about how to get somewhere or needed something like towels. I didn't take much advantage of the comp breakfast except for the coffee (no in-room coffeemaker), but the wine & cheese/nibbles in the afternoon and water & lemonade all day were nice. Even though it was hot, we did sit in the courtyard one afternoon to sip our beverage and chat, which was nice.

      05/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
      11. Tammy K.
      Staff are very nice and accommodating, great location, tasteful decor, great breakfast.  Nothing bad to say about this gem:)

      18/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      12. Mike And Tracy T.
      Recently stayed on a 3 day trip to Charleston. This quaint inn was perfect for what we wanted and was reasonably priced. It is a nice cross between B&B and a local Inn. Tops was the Inn's location. We were right on Meeting St and a 5 minute stroll to Market St and all it's shopping. We were also close to all the great restaurants on E Bay, Queen, and King streets. We found the staff very helpful and friendly - and quite knowledgable of all there is to do and eat in Charleston.

      The room was clean, nicely appointed, and had a comfy bed, nice tv, and mini fridge. The bathroom was smaller but the shower (and water pressure) was great. Our room was on the ground level which was convenient to the beautiful interior courtyard where we enjoyed the complimentary breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese.  Speaking of which - the breakfast was great and was more extensive than we expected - it was a nice bonus. Afternoon wine and cheese was nice and included a small dish plus cheese and crackers. We enjoyed sipping wine in the afternoon, enjoying the courtyard and a break in our busy day.  The ability to park here for a mere $12/day was a nice feature as well.

      The drawbacks to the Inn: 1) the lobby is very small so if it's chilly outside you will have to bundle up in the courtyard or eat breakfast in your room, 2) the road noise in our room was very noticeable, especially when trucks went by on Meeting or Pinckney St.  

      We will be back to Charleston again and will happily stay here again!

      15/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
      13. Marie K.
      I stayed here for a night while visiting Charlestown for the first time. Wonderful service, room, breakfast, wine tasting, everything! Highly recommended. Dog (of all sizes) friendly too, I'm definitely bringing my Collie next time. :) I believe we stayed in one of the lower priced rooms ($150ish w/o tax), but it was beautiful! I'm quite sure all rooms are uniquely decorated with antique pieces. Everyday there is a wine tasting event at 5pm with cheese, delicious crab spread and crackers. Breakfast consist of an assortment of pastries, fresh fruit, yogurt, eggs, etc.
      High beds, on the soft side, soft pillows.

      17/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
      14. Rayni K.
      We visited Charleston in October and spent 3 nights at Indigo Inn. We enjoyed our visit thoroughly, and the Inn made most of our enjoyment very convenient mainly due to its location. It may not be precisely in the center of the historic district, but still within walking distance of almost everything in that area.

      The bedroom is definitely dated, but could that perhaps be part of the appeal? The bed is tall, so much so that they actually provided a step-stool to assist those of shorter stature to get on the bed. I'm not disclosing whether or not I had to use it. There is a non-functioning but cool-looking Grandfather Clock, a Dresser with a mirror, an old Television that we barely used, and a window unit that was also a little old and rather loud. The bathroom is small with the sink located outside by the closet.

      There is a door leading to the adjoining room, and unfortunately, the walls in general were also rather thin. We were on the top floor and did not have to deal with noise from an upper unit, but I can imagine that it could potentially be loud.

      We were also disappointed that there was a lack of a mini fridge in the room, even though we read that they do have them. Perhaps it was because we had one of the smaller rooms (1 Queen Bed), but it was rather challenging having to keep filling up our cooler with the ice they had on the bottom floor in order to keep our items chilled.

      Let's just say that our room is not the model room that they would advertise on their website, which in itself was a huge letdown since it was not exactly a cheap stay.

      The amenities are decent with a small breakfast assortment provided every morning, and afternoon wine and cheese offerings. These can be enjoyed in their beautiful courtyard, which is pretty much our favorite part of the Inn.

      Fortunately, the folks that work here are friendly and added positivity to the stay. The private parking area for the Inn was also very convenient. It allowed us to not have to worry about finding a place to park.

      03/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
      15. Natasha A.
      I am absolutely enjoying my stay at the Indigo Inn. The room is very comfortable, with raised, firm beds. The location is just perfect for access to everything of interest. On- site self-parking is only 12 dollars per day. The staff is friendly. The bathroom is very basic, but with great water pressure and a separate sink area from the toilet and shower.

      The breakfast is simple but ample and good. Coffee, tea, water, lemonade is available all day. In the evening they put out some good enough wines and cheeses.

      The highlight of the hotel is the inner courtyard with a little waterfall, tables and chairs, trees and nice landscaping. Its really nice to relax in or to look out at from the room windows, which all face the courtyard.

      We were on the third floor, but I can see how being on the first right by the breakfast area may be uncomfortable and noisy. I would try to request a second or third floor room if possible or at least towards the back of the inn if on the first floor.

      If you are staying in the area, I highly recommend FIG restaurant just around the corner.

      11/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0