We had a great time in New Orleans, French Quarter, there was so much to see and do, we had a great time. Went to Bourbon Street, a swamp tour, a ghost tour, a city tour, a cemetery tour and of course visited their beautiful Cathedral at Jackson Center Park where there are lots of vendors, and hire carriage rides.
Traveller from san Jose
This hotel is in New Orleans in the French Quarter, a block from Bourbon Street and half-block to the business district. The …More
This hotel is an excellent choice if you want to visit Bourbon St. It is 2 minutes walking distance at the most. The staff is very nice and friendly. They recommend some places to visit and tell you pretty much where everything is located. This hotel has a more historic feel to it. The next time I go back I will definitely be staying here again.
Traveller from Georgia
This New Orleans hotel is known for its picturesque 2nd-floor balconies. The French Quarter hotel is 0.5 block from the …More
The Prince Conti Hotel is in a good location for walking the French Quarter. It is close enough to Bourbon Street but far enough away to be quiet. All of the staff are friendly and helpful. The hallways could probably use some refurbishing as the walls are pretty beat up from the maid's carts. The Bombay Club is the hotel's restaurant/bar and it is excellent.
Traveller from St Petersburg FL
Built in the early 1800s, this New Orleans hotel is just around the corner from the restaurants and nightlife of Bourbon St …More
Hotel staff and concierge were great, all very helpful and pleasant. only blocks to Bourbon so you are close without having to deal with the late night noise. Comfy walking shoes a must to get around.
Hotel has nice courtyard to sit and relax after a long day. Rooms very comfortable, balcony a must.
Traveller from new jersey
This French Quarter hotel is located on a quiet residential street just 2 blocks from Bourbon Street and within walking …More
With its mix of sacred and profane, the French Quarter defines laissez-faire. This 85-block area is home to Bourbon Street’s rowdy bars, as well as Royal Street’s upmarket antiques. The devil’s music—in the form of New Orleans jazz—thrives at Preservation Hall. Nearby, hymns accompany Mass at St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square. A block away, French Market vendors hawk foods and souvenirs.