- No pool, Jacuzzi, or fitness area
- Most rooms are a bit dark
- Fee for on-site parking
On a store-lined street in the heart of Downtown Charleston
Indigo Inn is located on the corner of tiny Maiden Lane and pretty, store-lined Pinckney Street. It is four blocks south of Marion Square, a six-acre park, and less than a five-minute walk to King Street, one of the busiest shopping and dining areas in the neighborhood.
This charming area looks just how it does in the movies, with colorful, porch-fronted homes, cobblestone streets, and beautiful gardens. Many of the homes date back to the early 1800s, and the area maintains its old-town feel with the city's height restriction ordinance.
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