"Nice Garden District Location - On Streetcar Line"
I enjoyed staying here instead of in the warehouse district or French Quarter where I typically stay. It's not fancy, but it is comfortable, and the relative quiet is refreshing compared to the other areas. I walked to the convention center (maybe a mile and 1/2), and took the streetcar to the French Quarter ($1.25 per ride). I liked the garden feel of the place, the breakfast, and two nearby restaurants (Mr. Ed's, a new seafood restaurant in the hotel itself, and the St. Charles Tavern about a block away). Since I also need access to office services when attending conventions, I found it very useful that there's an Office Depot almost next door. There's also a Wendy's on the other side, and an Emeril's restaurant across the street. My only complaint is that they don't have HBO and other premium cable channels.
This New Orleans hotel is on St Charles Ave, 1 mile from the French Quarter and the Ernest N Morial Convention Center.More
"Close to streetcars. Quiet area. Beautiful room."
Enjoyed staying at this hotel. It was a beautiful room. Breakfast provided across the road with patio area. The area was quiet and within walking distance of the WW2 Museum area.
Places to eat and drink nearby and close to streetcar for travel into French Quarter.
Located in Garden District, this historic hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Coliseum Square, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and …More
We arrived on Thurs, Apr. 7th, very early in the morning. The proprietor had no problem taking us immediately to our room. After a brief tour of the main house, we realized that we were in for a treat. It was the type of place that you would visit on a tour. Magnificent!! The proprietor is new in the business, so there were some glitches that have to be ironed out. The first night was a problem. When we saw the owner the next day, we told him what happened. He could not be more apologetic. He immediately moved us to a bigger, nicer room (and I mean NICE). And it went smoothly from there. The mark of a good owner is one who can rectify problems to your satisfaction. He was in the process of interviewing new management during our stay. The business is being run more as a B&B than a hotel, but I believe that will change in time.
Traveller from nj
Located in Garden District, this historic bed & breakfast is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Rink Shopping Center and within 3 mi (5 km) …More
I work at a brand name hotel, so I know the industry. I'm here to say though that I'd rather stay at Auberge Nouvelle Orleans than any of the name brand hotels I've worked at. It's more than just a stay it's a cultural experience, and my trip to New Orleans wouldn't have been nearly as memorable without it.
Traveller from Rockford, Il
Located in Garden District, this hostel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Coliseum Square, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and Jackson …More
A very charismatic guest house with a shady glade attached (with pool and hot tub). Great staff who are very helpful and accommodating. Lots of little touches that make the stay so much better than a Sheraton or Hilton e.g. Being able to make a peanut butter and banana sandwich at 2:30am after a big night on Bourbon Street. Only 30 min walk from the French Quarter, 10 min from Convention Center.
Traveller from Washington DC
Located in Garden District, this romantic bed & breakfast is within 2 mi (3 km) of Margaret Statue, Mercedes-Benz Superdome …More
Also known as Uptown, the Garden District exudes Southern charm and is best explored by foot or aboard the St. Charles Streetcar. Both shabby and chic, the area is a mix of grand mansions and shotgun shacks—local slang for modest row houses. The trolley skirts Loyola and Tulane universities, and the Audubon Park complex. Shoppers can find hidden gems in Uptown’s side streets, such as Magazine.