The Indigo Inn

1 Maiden lane | Charleston, SC 29401-3103  [SEE MAP]Charleston, SC  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Wonderful experience

Dec 6th, 2019

I really enjoyed myself a this hotel and I wish I had more time to stay. the hotel is located in the historic district. i stayed pre-cruise and was able to walk to the terminal with luggage. The hotel room was very cozy with a traditional decor. Very clean. The staff is very kind and helpful. The breakfast was absolutely delicious and hot. Fresh coffee was available in the lobby when desired. They have a beautiful courtyard that would have been a perfect area to sit and relax to sip my coffee, but the weather was on the cool side. I will return as soon as possible. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Central Location, Great Place

Nov 30th, 2019

We loved the walk ability factor of this inn. The location felt safe everything in the historic district was within walking distance. The rooms were clean and the staff was helpful. The breakfast was perfect and there was always tea, water, lemonade and coffee. Definitely recommended! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Take yourself back in time at the Jasmine House

Nov 22nd, 2019

These are jointly owned properties. We stayed at the Jasmine House Bed and Breakfast (which is on Hasell St, behind/at right angle to Indigo Inn); they share a parking lot which you enter on Maiden Ln-a cool cobblestone street. The registration desk for both properties is located at the Indigo Inn). If taking yourself back in time is what you are looking for, the Jasmine House gives a more "historic" experience, and I recommend it highly. The properties are ideally situated for those who enjoy walking to all the restaurants on the "most recommended lists", museums, historic houses, named buildings and churches in the historic district. It is just a stone's throw from both Meeting St. and the City Market, and a nice walking distance to White Point Gardens and the Battery. Jasmine House was built in 1843, and is a very beautifully maintained mansion. We stayed in the Commodore Room which is on the ground floor as you enter the residence. There are stairs to climb as you enter the residence, to many of the rooms, and out to the back enclosed patio garden. After registration, staff walked us over to our room, and gave a short tour of the property so we knew where to find breakfast, drinks, and wine/appetizers, (there is no "sit down" place near the food service area, one takes the food either back to one's own room or to the back patio or onto the front porch where there were numerous seating areas and tables). In the late afternoon, wine, cheese, fruit and a spread with crackers, was set out. In the morning, breakfast was set out. It included a variety of offerings (with a different hot item available each day). Throughout the day, water, lemonade and another cold drink was always available. If one wanted coffee after breakfast, it was always available over at the Indigo Inn, but at Jasmine House, it was just available in the morning. If any of the breakfast or appetizer foods ran out (someone at Jasmine House apparently ate all the sausage biscuits the 2nd morning we were there so none were available when my husband went out for breakfast at 8:30) we were told we could have gone over to Indigo Inn to get food over there. The morning/afternoon staff always had the food ready a little ahead of the time which was really nice. I read some reviews where there was a complaint that the food was similar to the morning breakfast at chain hotels, and while this is somewhat true, I felt the food offerings were completely adequate and varied, and there were always nutritious offerings of fresh fruit. If someone wants a sit down meal at a nice restaurant, Charleston certainly has numerous places to fulfill that need during the rest of one's stay. The food offered at Jasmine House was perfect for starting the day and for a light late afternoon/early evening snack after a heavy late lunch at a restaurant. Our room and bathroom were both huge with what seemed to be 15 ft high ceilings. The doors to the rooms must all have been 10 ft high. There is a beautifully designed gas fireplace in the Commodore Room bedroom (which is operated by a simple wall switch and was great for both ambience and taking the chill off). Everything was spotlessly clean, the towels and sheets were wonderful, and the queen bed extremely comfortable. The room had numerous dressers and an armoire, multiple comfortable large chairs, a settee, extra pillows and blanket, luggage racks, portable "TV trays", really all one needed for perfect comfort. In the 12'x20' bathroom, there was both a jacuzzi tub and a large shower, as well as a refrigerator, and a small seating area (with an electric plug nearby) for arranging hair or makeup. The room had an adequate number of extra plugs (both sides of the bed had a large end table/dresser and there was an extension plug on each side for plugging in phone). Lastly I want to mention the staff. Every staff person we encountered (especially including those working at the Jasmine House itself who prepared, set out the morning and afternoon food and service ware, and cleaned up) were capable, gracious unobtrusive and helpful. The entire residence was well kept and very clean. If you want a delightful Charleston experience, stay at Jasmine House. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Charming Hotel in Great Location

Nov 20th, 2019

This is a charming hotel with beautiful courtyard. It is an older property but well taken care of and the bathroom is modern. Loved the 4 post beds and the complimentary evening Wine and Cheese. We paid $16 for parking at the hotel and left the car there since so many sites are walkable from the hotel. It is a very quaint hotel and we would stay here again. The price was very reasonable. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Good value, pet Friendly, nice staff

Nov 18th, 2019

My daughter and I stayed at the Indigo this past weekend with our golden retriever. Ignatius was very friendly and helpful. The room was a bit small, but it was easy access and worked well for our pup. Breakfast was great! The hotel is well located for walking to many of the sites on Meeting and Market street. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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