This jem in the Garden District is downright amazing. First of all, based on what I've heard about this hotels refurbishment, it probably would have been more practical to build a hotel out of actual money, but I'm glad they didn't. It's the historical vibe that gives this place it's charm. The rooms are huge, the staff is amazing and helpful, overflowing with local knowledge, and I'm fairly certain they cook all their food between the wings of angels, because it taste THAT good (order the fried chicken sandwich, trust me.) Is there a pool? nope. A gym? hell no. As it should be. You're in New Orleans. You should be out and about exploring the Big Easy, not running on a treadmill or lounging by a pool. Other pluses- 1) the rooftop bar, Hot Tin, is spinecrushingly hip, offering amazing views of the city. 2) The Bayou Bar's piano player is excellent. 3) The Caribbean Room is a clown car of amazing, with excellent dishes rolling out the doors. 4) The trolley stops right in front of the hotel 5) It's on St. Charles Ave, close enough to walk to Magazine Street, and not close enough to walk to the French Quarter (which I found as a positive, as sometimes, you actually can have too much of a good thing.) Honestly, if you're going to New Orleans, stay here. I realize my gushing may have you believe I have some affiliation with this joint, but I can assure you I do not. My wife and I just had THAT good of a time.
Traveller from California
Located in Central City, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.7 km) from Coliseum Square and within 3 mi (5 km) of Mercedes-Benz Superdome …More
Close to Garden District and to Street Car/Trolley Service on St Charles. Not easy to find, hotel entrance is not on Prytania, but on an adjacent side street. Place is clean. I showed up a little early on Sunday morning around 11:30, but I did not get into my room until after 2, but not really their fault, check in is listed at 4 PM, but I guess they were full and short handed. Place does need some updates. Breakfast selection on the lean side. Overall worth the money and I'd stay here again.
Traveller from Wolcott, CT
This New Orleans Garden District hotel is 5 blocks from the National World War II Museum and 1 mile from the Ernest N Morial …More
Great place to stay, just a few steps to the St. Charles Street Car line for easy transportation! Only downside for us, we wish there had been a mini fridge in the room. But not a deal breaker for us, we will be back for sure!
Traveller from Nashville, TN
Located in Garden District, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Rink Shopping Center and within 3 mi (5 km) of Mercedes-Benz …More
Our room was clean and kitchenette was equipped well do we were able to make most of our meals in it.
When I asked for quarters so I could purchase detergent so I I could do our laundry in the facilities they have on premise for free to guest the gave me me it for free.
We used them last year also snd would use them again
Traveller from west palm florida
Located on the Saint Charles Streetcar line, this uptown aparthotel is 1 block from the affluent Garden District and 2 miles …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.