Discover Great Value In Downtown Charleston 

Southern Living At Its Finest

Offering rate-inclusive amenities and an unparalleled downtown location, The Indigo Inn is ideal for leisure travelers with plans to explore the city.

Discover Great Value In Downtown Charleston 

Southern Living At Its Finest

Offering rate-inclusive amenities and an unparalleled downtown location, The Indigo Inn is ideal for leisure travelers with plans to explore the city.

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Hotel Amenities

  • 40 unique guest rooms
  • European-style, central atrium
  • Pet-friendly accommodations
  • Onsite parking ($16/night)
  • Complimentary continental breakfast
  • Evening wine & cheese reception
  • ADA Accessibility & Features, Learn More
Our Unique History

About The Indigo Inn

The Indigo Inn was once a foundation of the Charleston textile industry, originally constructed as an inventory warehouse to store indigo dye. Eventually, the buildings that stood at 226-228 Meeting Street were demolished, with the exception of the Victorian style cast-iron facade ornamentation. Over time, the remaining property was occupied by various tenants, including a wholesale dry goods merchant and a boot & shoe manufacturer.

In the spring of 1979, the property was acquired by Frances F. Limehouse, who immediately began extensive renovations to develop the Inn as a luxury hotel in downtown Charleston. As her premiere project, it helped spark the modern restoration movement that has transformed historic Charleston into the unique travel destination you find here today.

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