The Indigo Inn, Charleston
Charleston, South Carolina is unique among tourist destinations. The city’s commitment to bridging its past and its future ensures a richness of experience for travelers and locals alike. Every corner invites exploration and inquiry.
The Indigo Inn
A 1979 photograph on the Lowcountry Digital Library shows the reconstruction underway. You can even glimpse the original “Indigo Inn” signage on the far left of the page.
Charleston: a cast of characters
The Indigo Inn— with its spectacular central courtyard— gives off a certain conviviality, while the Jasmine House Inn offers a more intimate experience of the Holy City.
Closer to the shopping on King St. and The Belmond, the Meeting Street Inn feels a bit more bustling. It’s pink exterior is a nice counterpoint to the deep blue countenance of the Indigo Inn.
Of course Charleston is a city with charm, but every corner of it has a personality all its own.