The experience was super cozy and comfortable. The bath products were not as advertised, but still high quality. I think the only thing that really rubbed me the wrong way is that they did not provide a “do not disturb” hang tag, so they came in to reset the room whether we wanted it or not. We generally like a lot of privacy, and find housekeeping in the middle of our stay unnecessary, so this was a bit weird. Otherwise, beautiful spot, quiet but close to everything.
Traveller from baltimore
Located in Warehouse District, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk, National World …More
The hotel was nice, located next to a hospital. It was located in a nicer area, so I wasn't worried about crime. About a 10-15 min drive to Bourbon/Canal Streer or you can take the street car there (parking downtown is horrible and expensive, so the street car or uber is your best bet). The street car stop is about a 15min walk, not too bad at all. The hotel offered a free breakfast (which comes in handy) free parking (one of the only quality hotels that offers it) and free wifi. Great hotel for the price. I would stay here again and/or recommend it !
Traveller from Tampa, FL
Located in Uptown Historic District, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Tulane University and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
This was our first visit. Hotel staff was very friendly and helped us get our bearings in a new city. This is a boutique hotel so, be ready for a little less room than some of the newer, suite style hotels. That was not a problem for us. Near enough to all of the craziness that is New Orleans but far enough away that you don't have to worry about excessive party noise until the wee hours. Our only problem was no hot water when we arrived. Was about 6 hours before we got some. Would consider staying again.
Traveller from Hixson, TN
Built in 1916, this small boutique hotel is located on the St Charles Avenue Streetcar Line and the Mardi Gras Parade Route. …More
Pocket Guide: New Orleans Warehouse District Hotels
The Warehouse District, home to the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, is one New Orleans' artistic centers and has been called the SoHo of the South. It features the Contemporary Art Center and several museums including the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and The National World War II Museum. Come on out on the first Saturday of each month for The Art Walk.