Based on other Tripadvisor reviews, we chose to stay here for an overnight in Charleston, and we made the right decision. Off-season rates were great. There was complimentary parking, and an easy walk to the sites in this eminently walkable city. Plus, the inn had plenty of Charleston charm, with courteous staff and a large center courtyard featuring bistro tables and fountains quietly burbling. It being just after Christmas, a red poinsettia on each table was a thoughtful yet subtle touch. Our (quiet and clean) room had a four-poster bed and other quaint furnishings, plus a spacious, updated bathroom. You could help yourself to breakfast, included in the price of the room, in the lobby: warm biscuits, "homemade" blueberry coffee cake, fresh fruit, cereal, etc. We liked being able to walk to a fine dinner at Cru and stroll across the street to the rustic and delightful O'Hara and Flynn Wine Bar. We'd be happy to return to Indigo Inn on our next visit to Charleston.