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Indigo Inn vs The Ryder Hotel

Both King Charles Inn and Indigo Inn are rated very highly by travel writers. On balance, Indigo Inn is the choice of most writers compared to King Charles Inn. Indigo Inn ranks #17 in Charleston with recommendations from 6 reviews including Fodor's, DK Eyewitness and Lonely Planet.

Indigo Inn
Indigo Inn
7 / 10
1 Maiden Lane, Charleston, SC 29401
From $137 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Free Internet
  • Free Breakfast
  • Air Conditioning
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast buffet
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Fodor's Fodor's
"Repeat guests are the norm thanks to the convenient setting and the particularly welcoming and helpful front desk staff at this smoky-teal, family-owned hotel in a former indigo warehouse." Full review
Oyster Oyster
Budget
"This 40-room property is a real B&B, with quaint, spacious rooms overlooking a lovely courtyard, traditional-style decor (dated for some), and no hotel-style amenities." Full review
Star Service Star Service
"Centrally located in the historic district...this inn offers comfortable commercially tinged facilities and a friendly staff. " Full review
DK Eyewitness DK Eyewitness
"Located in the historical district, this charming luxury inn is close to the major attractions, fine restaurants, and shops."
Frommer's Frommer's
"These two hotels are set across the street from each other, with the same owners and the same reception area in the Indigo Inn." Full review
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The Ryder Hotel
The Ryder Hotel
7 / 10
237 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC 29401
From $199 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Restaurant
  • Pool
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Oyster Oyster
Mid-Range
"This...property, located on busy Meeting Street, delivers more amenities than the average downtown Charleston inn, including a pool, a lounge, and free parking." Full review
Star Service Star Service
"At Hasell Street, this U-shaped, three-story contemporary study is a good choice for frugal travelers who want to keep Charleston's sultry southern charm at an arm's distance." Full review
Frommer's Frommer's
"One block from the Historic District's market area, this three-story hotel has rooms that are better than you might expect from a motel and are likely to be discounted in the off season." Full review
Fodor's Fodor's
"Though the King Charles Inn was erected in 1958, the property sits on land that’s held hotels since the early 1800s." Full review
Condé Nast Traveler Condé Nast Traveler
"Locals and newcomers mix at this stylishly modern boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Charleston" Full review
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The retro, sunny mural helps but you might want to request an outward facing room.
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