This was so beautiful and original to New Orleans. The staff was friendly and helpful. Rooms were clean and well attended by the housekeeping staff. I will stay here over and over. It is close to the Trolley and easy to access the French Quarter...更多
Quaint, cute hotel, rooms and service are average. Excellent location with proximity to the trolly and good restaurants. They also have a continental breakfast but only lasts till 9. Given the city, that's a little early to end breakfast. FYI no elevators.
A $7 cab ride from Bourbon Street, this boutique hotel with 16 renovated rooms and free off-street parking, wifi and breakfast is a quaint, quiet alternative to the French Quarter. You do have to check in around the corner at the sister hotel, but it's...更多
I stayed at the Prytania Oaks Hotel for one night. I was originally quoted $119 plus tax over the phone for the Prytania Oaks but I was told it was $139 when I arrived and indeed the fine print confirmation didn't confirm that I would...更多
We booked this as part of a road trip and needed somewhere reasonably priced with parking. We were pleasantly surprised at the quality of the room for the price we paid. It was clean and large with high ceilings and a gorgeous bathroom complete with...更多
Head to the Garden District for the full-on New Orleans experience replete with quaintly clanking streetcars, proudly grandiose antebellum mansions, picture perfect avenues lined with live oaks loaded down with Spanish moss, and a wealth of beautiful churches and many more architectural marvels. Even a brief excursion here makes plain why it’s called the Garden District. So, when you visit be sure to give
yourself ample time for admiration at a languidly slow pace befitting such gentile strand of riverside living and to allow you to maximize each opportunity to stop and smell the roses – and whichever other blooms you might come across. While taking it all in, you’d do well to dine at one of the city’s most beloved destinations for regional cuisine. Gourmands from far and wide (and right round the corner) swear the age-old Commander’s Palace is the best restaurant in town – and have been doing so since it opened back in 1880.