The location of the Indigo Inn is prime in Charleston, which probably accounts for the price per night. The service was impeccable. However, those two things don't make up for the things that drove us batty.
Breakfast was okay, not great. You take your food out to the courtyard, as there are no tables inside. That's great when the weather is great, but if it is cold, or raining, would not be workable.
The bed was comfortable, but the room small. There was no table, or desk in the room, so no place to put things down - like watches, jewelry, or phones. Or a place to eat if you bring breakfast back to your room. No plugs either to charge our phones, etc.
The bathroom was weird. It had a long counter, which had french louvered doors opening into it, with a long counter, sink in the center. Then, at one end of the sink area, another door, with the toilet and shower (no tub) behind it. But that area was SO small that you had to step into the shower to close or open the door to the toilet. We had to take the toilet paper off of the roll, because it was so tight, you would literally have the toilet paper pressing into your side while sitting on the toilet.
We had planned to stay for two nights but checked out after one, and moved to another, less expensive, more spacious hotel which was not walking distance to the core. However, there is lots of public parking in Charleston, and you'll need the car anyway to get to the plantations.
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- Also Known As:
- Indigo Hotel Charleston
- Indigo Inn Charleston Sc