the beautiful blue building with the marquee and benches

Downtown Charleston’s Historic Hotel

Southern Living
At It’s Finest

Life at our Downtown Charleston hotel is slow, sweet, and blooming with small-town charm. Romanticize your stay at Indigo Inn at every opportunity—share a platter of fresh fruit in the central atrium, take a midday nap in your room after a morning of exploration, and watch as your days become cherished memories that last forever.

Our Unique

Offerings

  • Complimentary Continental Breakfast
  • 40 Unique Guest Rooms
  • European-Style Central Atrium
  • Convenient Onsite Parking ($20/night)
  • Heart of Downtown Location
  • Wine & Cheese Reception
  • ADA Accessibility & Features, Learn More

Our Unique

Offerings

  • Complimentary Continental Breakfast
  • 40 Unique Guest Rooms
  • European-Style Central Atrium
  • Convenient Onsite Parking ($20/night)
  • Heart of Downtown Location
  • Wine & Cheese Reception
  • ADA Accessibility & Features, Learn More

three glasses of white wine being cheered Wine & Cheese Reception
aerial view to the churchs tower and the sunset Heart of Downtown Location
the entry to the indigo inn with the flags and two benches

Our Unique History

A Bridge Connecting
Past & Present

One of the first things guests and passersby notice about Indigo Inn is the soft teal hue. Our building has history—and it starts with the indigo plant. In the 1850s, it was originally an inventory warehouse to store indigo dye, an organic blue pigment extracted from the plants' leaves. 

the charleston church towers view to downtown

Our Unique History

Bright
Beginnings
In Charleston

A broad spectrum of tones colored handmade clothing and textiles, imprinting a bit of Charleston’s character in each garment. Though the beloved indigo warehouse came and went with time, the building remained a vibrant thread in the fabric of pre-civil war era Charleston.

a few flowers on the window box

Our Unique History

Inspiring
A Colorful
Future

Moved by the beauty and potential in Downtown Charleston, innkeeper Frances F. Limehouse acquired the building in 1979. Renovations to develop the Inn as a luxury hotel in Downtown Charleston were soon underway, sparking a local restoration movement.

the blue building for the indigo inn with three flags and two benches

Our Unique History

The Legacy
Continues
Through You

Through it all, Indigo Inn remains a historic landmark on the peninsula, offering incredible value in an unparalleled location—and bits of magic and history in every detail. When you’re here, make sure to slow down and notice the beauty of it all.