Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant opens in Charleston, S.C.

Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant. Photo credit: InterContinental Hotels Group

Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant, the first Hotel Indigo in The Palmetto State, officially opened. Located minutes from Charleston, S.C., the new five-story boutique hotel is across the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, and offers guests access to downtown Charleston. 

Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant has 158 guestrooms (including seven suites), a full-service restaurant and bar (eliza’s bar + kitchen), a resort-style pool; indoor/outdoor bar, cabanas, a fire feature, sun chairs, 6,000-square-feet of meeting space, a fitness center, yoga room and complimentary self-parking. Located at 250 Johnnie Dodds Boulevard, Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant provides access to the Charleston International Airport, beaches, golf courses, Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum, plantations, gardens and other area attractions.   

The hotel’s namesake indigo, a plant that produces a blue dye and was an important part of the state’s economy in the 1700’s, is commemorated throughout Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant. Elements include design-focused walls, carpeting, furniture and columns in the hotel’s public spaces, guestrooms, suites and meeting space. Eliza’s bar + kitchen was named to commemorate Eliza Lucas Pinckney, a Charlestonian who developed indigo in the Lowcountry and turned it into one of the state’s most important cash crops.

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Executive chef Alecia Angioletti and her culinary team serve breakfast and dinner daily at eliza’s bar + kitchen. At dinner, a variety of menu items prepared with local ingredients from area farmers and purveyors are on offer. 

Operated by Atlanta-based NorthPointe Hospitality, Hotel Indigo Mount Pleasant also offers 6,000 square feet of custom-crafted gathering space, including the 3,000-square-foot Palmetto Ballroom that can accommodate up to 250 guests, and may be divided into separate meeting rooms.

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