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Lafayette Hotel in New Orleans, LA

Lafayette Hotel in New Orleans, LA

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Whether you require to be centrally located in the heart of Downtown New Orleans, or prefer a more secluded intimate romantic getaway, The Lafayette Hotel is the ideal choice for luxurious accommodations and impeccable service that will make your visit to the Big Easy unforgettable!

History

Established in 1990.

This 44 guestroom and suite hotel was restored in 1990 and was the location of the original Lafayette Hotel in New Orleans. Located next to Lafayette Square and accross from Galier Hall, the Lafayette Hotel offers the perfect location for  a quiet romantic getaway, but within walking distance or a short streetcar ride of the historic French Quarter.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 3.47

Address: 600 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA, 70130
  • Mon: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Tue: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Wed: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Thu: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Fri: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Sat: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Sun: 6:00 am - 5:30 am

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Comments (34):

1. Philip S.
Both of my sons have been students in New Orleans (the eldest graduated from Loyola University last May, the youngest is currently a sophmore at Tulane), so my wife and I have visited New Orleans numerous times over the past 5 years, staying in a variety of hotels.  The Lafayette is our favorite.  It's a classic older building that is well maintained and nicely decorated.  Prices: very reasonable.  Location: right on the St. Charles streetcar line.  It's an easy walk to Canal St. and the French Quarter, but because it is not in the middle of the French Quarter madness, it is quiet.  The only reason that I did not give it 5 stars is that on our last visit, the bar/restaurant remained closed.

22/01/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Alan R.
Hotel staff unfriendly, unhelpful. Valet damaged my vehicle causing $2,129.57 repair. Management told me to submit estimate and they would take care of reimbursement. After giving me the old " check is in the mail routine" Needless to say they never sent it. Beside all of that  the property is dirty and musty.

21/02/09 | Link | Rating: 1.0
3. Hunter F.
Pet friendly, near a nice park to walk your dog. Nice rooms and extremely friendly staff. It's also conveniently between the French Quarter and Uptown on the St. Charles street car line.

27/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Subspace E.
Look, I don't want to be a jerk, I like old things.  But I don't like dirty things, and I can tell the difference.

The bed comforter was the kind of cheap, polyester floral number you find at motels, but this one was torn, stained and clearly had sticky food bits stuck to it.  I took it off the bed entirely.  The bed itself was very, very soft, and the fitted sheet pulled off the mattress in the middle of the night because it wasn't large enough.  

Perhaps most strangely, none of the lamps in the bedroom worked, and there was no overhead light.  I switched the sockets around, switched bulbs around, and I couldn't get them to turn on.

All of this probably still would have earned the hotel 3 stars, but the bathroom pushed me over the edge.  The shower is in desperate need of an upgrade - yes the hotel is old, and yes it is quaint, but there's no reason to be using a shower head from the 70's.  The tub itself wouldn't drain and before i got too far into my quick shower, I was ankle-deep.  This isn't a big deal for most people, but it is a kind of intense pet peeve of mine.  One of the drinking glasses in the bathroom had a thick crust of detergent all over it (at least, I hope it was detergent) - no big deal, but I'm surprised housekeeping didn't notice.

I dunno, it's a hard judgment.  The hotel is QUIET and that's a miracle.  The staff is well-intentioned, though maybe a little rough around the edges (the doorman told me I "looked tired" ).  

My overall feeling is: for the price, there are other boutique hotels in the area that are better, and there are plenty of chain hotels that at least have draining shower tubs.  

This might also be totally wrong, so really take this last part with a grain of salt: I think I might have overheard some elderly Japanese guests getting scammed.  The concierge told them as they were checking out that they needed to pay a $10 telephone fee, and a $3 safe fee.  They insisted that they'd already paid for their rooms.  The man made no real effort to explain the charges to them, and at one point the woman held up her cell phone and asked, "How can there be a phone charge if we used our cell phones?"  The concierge said, "Oh, okay, I'll remove it," and then told them that it was "Louisiana state law" that they be charged a tax for using the safe.  ???  They paid the $3 and left.  

(my room was comped through my employment, so I didn't have to deal with any of this myself)

02/03/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
5. Cristen W.
This quaint little hotel is located in the Central Business District, so it's away from the touristy French Quarter section. Right across the street is a Lafayette Square, a park about a block big.

We got there late in the evening, but the staff was still around and totally cool. The receptionist asked if we were there for the Jazz Festival, we weren't, so he insisted we go. Good call.

The room was large and nicely decorated. We had a great view of the square and the St. Charles streetcar line, which conveniently stopped right across the street from the hotel.

Didn't try the room service, but there was a coffee shop right inside the hotel, so we stopped in and were quite happy.

The only reason this got 4 instead of 5 stars is because I know the room was haunted and the ghost kept waking me up at night.

22/08/06 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. CQ P.
I had a wonderful experience while lodging at this hotel.  It was extremely quiet and comfortable.  The staff went above and beyond to make sure that my friends and I were taken care of.  The decor could use an upgrade, but I thoroughly enjoyed my stay.

09/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Laine J.
Let me just start by saying that three stars is a fine rating. The Lafayette Hotel is nice and we had a perfectly fine stay. Would I stay there again? I'd certainly consider it! Does it reach Yelp's "Yay! I'm a fan." rating that merits four stars? I wouldn't go quite that far.

We arrived after midnight and check-in was a breeze. The rooms are basically clean and large, and all have king beds. We had a standard room, which was long and had a double-sized bathroom -- great for two people. My friend had a suite, comprising two smaller rooms (a sitting room and a bedroom) and a single-sized bathroom. The hotel's sort of a cross between what you would expect in a hotel throughout the U.S. and what you would expect throughout Europe: few frills, but the ones available, such as climate control, housekeeping and TVs, are nice. The key cards get you both into your room and into the hotel lobby from the outside in the very late evening and very early morning, which is a nice security measure. Not that I would have been concerned without the exterior door security layer -- the area around the hotel felt safe.

The walk to the French Quarter is an easy 10-15 minutes, and if you don't mind a longer walk, say 1.5 or 2 miles, you can stroll to and through the Garden District. Good music on Frenchman St. was a 20-30 minute walk, and the walk to the river was 10 minutes. The front-desk attendants were consistently great: friendly and helpful. Check-out, like check-in, was simple, and we checked out multiple hours before we needed to leave for the airport. They held our bags for us and offered to call us a cab in time to reach the airport, so we knew exactly when we needed to be back to pick up our luggage.

The hotel certainly has character, and with that comes a worn look. Drapes, furniture, carpeting and appliances are old, and while the hotel smells fine, it also doesn't smell neutral or pristine. Pets and, in some rooms, smoking are allowed. The beds are very hard and not well-dressed. A flat sheet is used in lieu of fitted sheets for the base layer, and covers consist of two sheets and a thin felt hotel blanket. Some of the rooms look out onto St. Charles Ave. complete with streetcar line, so those who are noise-sensitive should consider asking for an interior-view room. There's no cold water, which really only becomes an issue when you'd like a glass of water. Our TV was small and placed so oddly that it would have been pointless to try to watch anything (though we were there to see the city, not to watch TV). Walls are thin -- we were thankful no one around us was inclined to party. Per its semi-Eurostyling, there's no gym and there's no food available via vending, room service or minibar (though a bar and a restaurant are attached to the hotel and open during standard hours).

Ultimately, it's a good value. If you want proximity without being right on top of the action, value and some hospitality with a few frills (and you don't mind facilities that are tired), absolutely look here. If you don't mind spending a little more or prefer somewhat newer facilities, I'd suggest seeing what else might be around.

12/09/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
8. Dee M.
We stayed here for a couple of days before our cruise departed.  We found the entire staff were so very helpful and attentive to our every need.  There is so much charm to this hotel which we were looking for instead of the newer ones  It is very quiet.  It is  within walking distance to Canal st.  There are no amenities such as wifi or breakfast, but Cafe on the Square is down the street and has the best breakfast potatoes I have ever had!  The hotel stored our luggage before and after our cruise which really helped us out as we had extra time before and after!!!  Yes, we would stay here again!

28/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
9. James B.
Convenient, quaint, comfortable.
What more could you ask for from a suite?
The room, was very nice, it had a genuine old world charm, which hearkens back to a time when New Orleans was a much younger gal.
The staff, is attentive, yet jovial (I mean, in NOLA, you want a little back and forth with your check in).
The room was clean, the wifi was strong.
My wife and I were in a hotel because of Isaac, and having no power in our Uptown abode.
The King size bed, could have slept 4.
The separate living room, with the uber col bar, was such a nice touch.
And it is sooo conveniently located near Leonardo Trattoria, a great place to eat, and chat up the staff.
My wife and I will most definitely stay here again.
This place is great, for either a out of town guest, or a NOLA local on a staycation.
Who would have thought that I would ever need a hotel in my home town.
If you do, and with the integrity of Uptowns electrical grid, you may again,
stay here.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Your Big Easy Daddy,
                                                                                                         Jim B.

05/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Christian H.
staff was very pleasant and helpful....  that's all the good i have to say bout the place!!!   room was organized yet DIRTY, furnishings were old and stained, bathroom could have been cleaned better by an 8yr old!!!  street car runs til 4am and you can hear each and every time it goes by....  parking was $28 PLUS TAX, PLUS another city fee on top of that :(   looks as though the maint guy goes around and patches/fix's things and then forgets to complete the finishing touches???   all in all i guess if u need a place to sleep and shower w/NO frills then this would be ok???   but w/all the other places around for the same price and in better condition, well, u get the jist....

16/08/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
11. Sean D.
I recently stayed at the Layfatte Hotel while on a trip to New Orleans.  It's in the Warehouse District, and about 6 walkable blocks to the french quarter.  Considering the location it's a bargain for what they charge, which was at least 50 a night less than surrounding hotels.

This hotel was also pet friendly.  The staff was very friendly to our pets and had treats behind the counter for them.  That was great.

The downside was the place was a little dirty.  There was a drink stain on the front of our room door that was never cleaned the entire time we were there.  The air conditioner never worked right and the room was warm the entire stay, which was odd since the hallway was ice cold.  The sink in the room was dirty, it had a drip which left some sort of discolored funk in the bottom.  Then the tiles around the toilet were also miscolored, I assume from urine stains over the years.  

I think this place was probably really really nice a long time ago, and they just didn't take care of if.

05/10/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
12. Jeffrey K.
The Lafayette was okay but not fantastic.  Our room was fine but overlooked St. Charles which was louder in the wee hours than expected.  Also, shampoo refills were scarce.  Very friendly front desk staff.

24/03/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
13. Paul L.
Whatever you do, I suggest that you NOT make an advance reservation for this hotel.    BIG mistake.

I did that, and had to cancel because my reason for coming to New Orleans disappeared at the last minute.  I called the night before my intended arrival and asked to cancel and avoid the cancellation fee.  My first effort to do this failed because the toll-free number rang unanswered, so I had to look through the web site to find a local number to call.   By the time I got through, I learned that  they count from 4 PM, and they really could not care less if you miss that deadline even by just an hour or so.  And interesting enough, the reservation rates on their web site were LOWER than the price I was charged for an advance reservation.

So, unless you are coming at a high volume time like Jazz Fest or the Sugar Bowl, save your money and bag your room here at the last minute.

02/10/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
14. M. W.
While visiting New Orleans, I highly recommend getting a local, renovated hotel rather than over-priced franchises nearby. The Lafayette was a very charming surprise.

I booked this hotel through Hotels.com , and when we arrived, we were surprised to find that the we reserved a suite for the cheap price we paid. Our room had a king-sized four-post bed, beautiful antique furniture and bathroom fixtures, two TVs, and a separate living room with a mini bar. I had to call the front desk to make sure that we were in the right room because we paid the average amount for regular rooms, but they confirmed that we were in the right place. It's also located a walkable distance from the French Quarter and is just north of the Arts District.

The staff is very friendly and considerate. They took care of all of our needs without us having to ask. They scheduled a cheap taxi cab for us when we just asked for a number we could call, made great budget-friendly suggestions for restaurants, and provided maps and ponchos at the front desk. I would give this place 5 stars if it weren't for some cleanliness issues. The mattress didn't have a fitted bed cover; it was covered by a comforter and regular sheet, so if you move around a lot while you sleep (which I do) you have to constantly fix the sheet to avoid touching the mattress with your bare skin. Also, the last guest left their half-filled coffee mug on the window sill and it was still there when we came in, which told me that housekeeping probably doesn't do a thorough cleaning of the room. But for the price we paid and the great customer service, I'm willing to look over those things and still give them four stars. While other hotels around them charged $150 and more, we only paid a little more than half of that for a suite at Lafayette.

17/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
15. Nicole W.
4 stars- but maybe not for what you'd expect....

This review is coming after my 2nd stay at Lafayette Hotel, with a four year gap in between.  This hotel does not have nice finishings... or a TV bigger than your laptop screen.. or new furniture, or Kohler fixtures in the bathrooms.  BUT what Lafayette Hotel does have is perfect location, amazing staff, and charm- lots of charm!  The hotel sits right next to Lafayette Square-- which is a beautiful park with pathways and tall oak (?) trees. What a southern experience this park is!  Always a comfort to stroll through on the way to and from the Lafayette Hotel. The hotel is only about .5 miles to Canal and Bourbon Street (10 mins walk), and it is nice being away from the craziness of French Quarter. I enjoy the older architecture of the hotel, and quaint decor. Plus, you cannot beat the price ($70-$125).. what a bargain!  Another feature is the incredibly comfortable bed!  This hotel may be showing its age, but the mattress is not.  It was a pleasure to sleep on, and with black-out drapes included on the windows, I slept through the night soundly. :)

Highly recommend for location (in between garden district and french quarter), friendly staff, and great prices!

27/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
16. Stephene M.
Location is good for walking or public transportation to most points of interest. Although rooms have recently been painted and carpeted, they lack the details of a nice hotel. The furniture shows age and use. Many repairs have been poorly done and the cleanliness is substandard.

26/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
17. Sam M.
Great location. Friendly staff. This hotel has so much character and really reflects the NOLA culture and charm. We stayed in two rooms and the suite was GORGEOUS! It is also immaculate. They allow dogs which is great because we have one very large 80lbs and one small 20lbs. There were no issues and the dogs and I felt very comfortable. I will stay again if I'm ever in town.  They also accommodated our trailer hitch. Miya was extremely helpful.

22/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. khiada a.
This hotel is in a great location. Within walking Distance to pretty much everything. The staff was great. Nicole at the front desk was very friendly and helpful when it came to entertainment and dining suggestions.

We stayed in a balcony suite and it was very spacious. However the furnishings in the room were old and very warn (which made me question the overall cleanliness of the room). There were stains on all the furniture and I could not get the sink in the bathroom to turn off completely. Getting onto the balcony was also a little daunting. The doors stuck and you had to actually step over the window ledge to step down onto the balcony (not very safe or practical).

Overall not too bad for a short stay.

26/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
19. Alex R.
Stayed here on our first visit to New Orleans. We believe it's considered a boutique hotel. It was nice and convenient location, short walk to French Quarter. The room was nice and very comfortable and had a nice large bath.  The building is a old rehabilitated one and nicely done. Our complaint was that the room was to the front side of the building, which is nice, but the streetcar (trolly) passes through this street and was noisy. And since they work until 4am it can be annoying. We would recommend installing noise reduction windows at least on the front side. Also the other inconvenience was that the only ice maker is located in the 2nd floor so if you are in a higher floor you need to take the elevator to get ice.  And finally they don't provide room service for food. There's a restaurant on site but doesn't deliver, so make sure you bring what you want to eat/drink on your way back. There's a supermarket a few blocks away for those late night snacks.

17/08/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
20. Cedric J.
Service: 4 (Great staff.  Esp. Dwayne and TerRon)
Comfort: 5 (comfortable beds, A/C in suite)
Convenience: 5 (Walking distance to all the greatest parts of central NOLA)
Value: 5 (90$ a room for a suite is an AWESOME deal)
Sustainability: 2 (They do have the option to not have to change your sheets out, but they still have individual soaps, incandescent bulbs, and blasting AC)

My recent trip to New Orleans was bolstered by my fantastic stay at the Lafayette Hotel.  It was a premium hotel at just barely more than Motel 6 prices.  It was charming, spacious, and cheap.

The lobby is gorgeous, the staff is incredibly helpful, and it is situated 8 blocks from the Quarter, 10 blocks from the Garden District, and sits on the border of the Central Business District and the Warehouse District (the up-and-coming, foodie/art gallery area).  Across the street (at Girod and St. Charles) is a streetcar stop for the St. Charles streetcar, and across the other street is Lafayette Square, a historic landmark (where we saw a free concert on a Wednesday).  In short: it is convenient for a tourist or a business traveller.  And you can walk around at night and it is completely safe to do so.  (Tip: the streetcar runs until 4am.  A 3$ day pass lasts until that time.)

As I read other reviews, I would just like to say that if you're concerned about the state of the television sets in New Orleans, you're doing New Orleans wrong.  I didn't watch a lick of TV in NOLA--Instead I was walking to amazing bars, restaurants, and cemeteries.

Everything about this place was perfection, and when I go back, I will stay here, and I will explore the Warehouse district more fully.

28/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Clarice O.
If you are looking for the cookie-cutter hotel experience, this hotel may not live up to all your expectations. Why? Because the room is not in what one would call "pristine" condition but is elegant in its furnishings, has crown moulding, and is quite clean. The staff were great -- very friendly and hospitable. I received a gift package from a friend back here at home and they seemed to join me in my excitement about that unexpected gift!

The area is rather nice as it is right beside Lafayette Square. It is not the nearest location to the French Quarter (about 10 - 15 minutes walk), but I was and still am happy about that because I had the opportunity to walk off all the calories I consumed (i.e. beignets, shrimp po' boys, seafood platters). I also like that the location means it is not crowded with tourists who think that their manners are also on vacation since they are on vacation. I would definitely go back here to stay on my next visit to NOLA.

Parking is $31, but if you go down St. Charles Avenue, about two blocks down on your right side, there is a lot that only charges $18/day. If you're feeling adventurous, try to go to Carondelet Street. There is a facility there that only charges $4 but kind of looked a little scary (i.e. almost no lights).

09/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
22. Michelle D.
I booked my room 2 weeks before my trip to NOLA and was honestly disappointed that I couldn't find a room in the French Quarter. I then began researching all neighboring hotels  and further narrowed my search by comparing distance, features, and total price. The Lafayette Hotel is only a few blocks from the French Quarter and offers a substantial AAA discount so I decided to book my room there.

When I arrived I was pleasantly surprised. Situated next to Lafayette Square the location was favorable, the staff friendly, and the prices reasonable. While it is true that the fixtures and decor are a bit dated,  my room was large and impeccably clean, the king bed was very comfortable, the neighborhood was quiet, the room had black-out curtains, and the water pressure was amazing! I would highly recommend the Lafayette Hotel and I would definitely stay there again.

02/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
23. Angela D.
Knowing that this is an older building, we were afraid it'd be dirty. Yes, it's old and you get that feel. Dirty? Not even a little bit. Loved the vintage, boutique atmosphere and the clean room with large bathroom. Hotel location is great with just a short walk to the French Quarter. Staff was also very friendly.

18/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
24. Darya S.
So glad that we were able to find cheap rooms at the Lafayette Hotel just 3 weeks before the trip! But even if the price was cheap, the room and service most definitely was not. Our room consisted of a bedroom, a bathroom, AND a living room! Loved all the space we had, and how cute and clean the suite is too.

The lobby is small but welcoming and homey. It's just a few blocks from Canal St which is very convenient for walking (as you should not be driving while sightseeing!),  service was wonderful, as every attendant we came in contact with did their best to help us in every way possible, and there is an upscale steakhouse on both sides of the lobby if a filet strikes your fancy. There is a park right next door which is perfect to work out in or jog. It's close to the French Corner, and in between the Central Business District and the Warehouse District. Its location is fabulous, in my opinion.

The only negative for me is that the street trolly runs right in front of the hotel all day all night, and for a light sleeper as myself, it woke me up a few times each night. But hey that's not the hotel's fault. I should've brought ear plugs. Other than that, outside was quiet.

One thing I didn't like, though, was the extra charge for wifi per night. Shouldn't that be free, people?

All in all, definitely recommend the Lafayette Hotel for anyone's stay in New Orleans.

04/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
25. Michelle B.
Stay somewhere else. Dated, over priced and dirty. We found blood on the mattress in our first room. The bathroom had hairs on the toilet and calcium deposits around the sinks. The second room had ripped sheets, no fitted sheet, DIRTY!

28/03/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
26. CA D.
This was a neat little old hotel (built in 1916, I believe) located right next to a park and on the rail line for the streetcar. It had turn of the century charm complete with the lived-in feel. It felt like we were staying in someone's historic home. We had a room with a balcony with French doors that opened up to the balcony overlooking the park. The hotel staff were very nice and accommodating. We would definitely stay here again. The shower was THE MOST WONDERFUL SHOWER I HAVE EVER HAD IN MY LIFE! :) srsly.

10/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
27. Marielle S.
Nice, quaint hotel.

Super easy to find and plenty of available street parking is always a plus with me. The rooms itself was nice. It had a nice sleep area with a small attached sitting area. There was a bar right by the door complete with a sink so that you could mix drinks and entertain if you want to stay in the room. I like that the hotel is far enough away from the madness of the French Quarter so that you can still walk around the area and not feel too much like a tourist.

I had a photo shoot here and the photographer mentioned that he got a really good deal on the room through one of those hotel discount sites, so be on the lookout for that kind of thing.

27/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
28. Penelope B.
I have stayed here repeatedly.  This is my favorite hotel in New Orleans and probably my favorite hotel overall.  The rooms are nicely decorated in a French style and the bathrooms are spacious and everything is clean.  It's walking distance to downtown, the Riverfront, and the French Quarter.  It's easy to get around by walking, and it's also easy to get a cab when it's rainy.  Staff are wonderful, friendly, and helpful, and a lot of them wear their pride bling which made me feel especially comfortable and welcome.

07/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
29. Howie G.
I'm giving this hotel three stars for just the condition of the room. Definitely needs improvement.

However, the people should get four or five stars. They were great. Friendly and helpful.

We would stay here again.

Close to The French Quarter but just enough away. The walk gives you a chance to burn off all that food.

20/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
30. Vanessa H.
I liked that it was in a quiet neighborhood but close to the action. Our toilet did not work the entire time. I'm not one to complain so I didn't call the desk until the second night. They were not able to fix it which was fine but would have been nice if they offered to move us to a room with a working bathroom. My bf couldn't use the restroom until we left the hotel. They need to have some kind access to a kitchen.... I asked for water and they didn't have any. Overall... Was ok but for almost $300 a night... Not worth it.

21/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
31. Alex T.
The location of this hotel is really great. You are within walking distance to nearly everything!

When we first arrived, I thought the place was haunted because I could here voices coming form the wall and because it is so old. But that turned out to be the incredibly loud person in the neighboring room talking about one direction. The walls are pretty thin, and I could actually hear the person on the other line of my neighbors phone.

The staff here is so nice and accommodating. The lady at the front desk and the valet especially! We also had a really nice bartender at the downstairs bar one night!

The rooms are clean, and I liked the older style to them. It made the rooms fell more cozy and more like home.

I would definitely stay here again!

01/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
32. Chris B.
A lovely upscale hotel with old-style charm in a fabulous location.  The staff was very helpful and extremely gracious, professional while friendly and welcoming.  The room was comfortable with an excellent bed and a lovely balcony.  Some wifi issues and bathroom floor was at first very slippery from cleaning product but that cleared up later.  Did not notice any neighbor noise.  Comfortable stay and loved the location.  Staff is great!

18/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
33. Clay T.
Decent Hotel

pros-
free wifi
air conditioning
clean
nice bed
good price

cons
old smell
wifi had issues
restroom tile was old and looked stained.  
although clean felt a little dirty.

05/12/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
34. Amanda K.
This hotel I found through Orbitz. Because I booked so early, I paid an amazingly low price! I loved it! The room itself is almost like a suite with a beautiful living room and then bedroom.  It's like a Victorian mansion.. You do have to have your guest announced and my friend a teacher at Tulane law, kinda liked that anyway. But, whatever. The area is close to get to Mardi Gras and parades. You know- what a bargain! I would definitely recommend this hotel.

07/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0