Hotels Near Lolli’S Chocolates In New Orleans

4/5Very Good13 Reviews
0.05km from Lolli’s Chocolates
In the city center, 50 meters from the lively old quarter of the French Quarter, it is very convenient to visit and eat. The room was relatively small. Our windows did not face the street and the hotel corridor. To avoid passing guests, we had to open the curtains. The rooms are well implemented and the breakfast is an average American breakfast. The hotel does not have a parking lot. It needs to be 200-500 meters away from the parking lot. Valet can park for 20 dollars, or 16 dollars for own parking.
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.08km from Lolli’s Chocolates
We arrived in New Orleans at 11:30AM, called the hotel and they told us that we could check in without a problem. Arrived at front desk were checked in, had a room issue because we thought we have a jr suite and it ended up being a regular king room. The issue was there were 4 of us (2 couples). Alfred our bellman/concierge took us back down and the lady at front desk booked us another room and we went upstairs and got some rest. Rooms are extremely clean, anything and everything you need for you accommodation is a phone call away. Alfred was absolutely amazing, he helped us get dinner reservations for my husbands bday. Suggested great places for lunch and dinner. Valet was prompt, we really didn't wait long for the car. And we felt very safe overall, unlike the other hotels in the area. We didn't have groups of people hanging out in front of the hotel. Also, Jorge at the bar was awesome as well. Very friendly staff, all areas are clean. Hand sanitizing stations through out the hotel. This will definitely be my go to hotel when I travel back to this beautiful city
FromUS$236
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.15km from Lolli’s Chocolates
in the very heart of the Big Easy... welcome to the Hampton Inn New Orleans-Downtown (French Quarter Area). The fantastic food. The legendary restaurants and nightclubs. The amazing music. The incredible antique shopping. It all surrounds our Hampton Inn?? hotel in New Orleans-Downtown (French Quarter Area). You'll find a rich mix of cultures, architecture, cuisine, and style in the Quarter. History abounds here-take a ghost tour, dine in one of our century-old restaurants or just pause to hear a bygone legend from a local. It's all part of the charm-and just two blocks from our historic hotel in New Orleans. So come, visit us at the Hampton Inn hotel in New Orleans-Downtown (French Quarter Area). We know you'll soon find out how great it is to stay in the very heart of the Big Easy. services & amenitiesHere at the Hampton Inn New Orleans-Downtown (French Quarter Area), we're passionate about taking good care of you. That's why we offer a broad range of services and amenities to make your stay exceptional. Whether you're planning a corporate meeting or need accommodations for a family reunion or your child's sporting group, we're delighted to offer you easy planning and booking tools to make the process quick and organized.* Meetings & Events * Local restaurant guide
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4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.17km from Lolli’s Chocolates
Historic Getaway in the Heart of Downtown New OrleansHoliday Inn Club Vacations New Orleans Resort is a beautiful, fully refurbished historic building originally built in 1893. It’s located one block from the popular and famous French Quarter, home to Bourbon Street, Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral and Café du Monde.Enjoy spacious one- and two-bedroom hotel-suite, condo-style accommodations, from 496 to 1,100 square feet. You’ll love saving money by preparing tasty meals in your kitchen with cookware and tableware. Plus, our laundry facility and Wi-Fi are both free.Our urban resort is only a few minutes’ walk to Bourbon Street. It’s filled with street musicians, bars and famous eateries around every corner. Half the fun is discovering tucked away old courtyards and romantic settings to enjoy fantastic French and Cajun Creole-inspired meals together.Just south is the trendy Warehouse Arts District, which melds the past and present. Plus the Garden District, the city’s most beautiful parish, is filled with stately historic homes and tree-lined streets.On the resort, enjoy that N’awlins vibe in our lobby lounge and bar. For breakfast or lunch, the independent Merchant Coffee House within our building hits the spot. Our open-deck rooftop lounge area includes a small dipping pool and comfy seats to unwind under the stars.Welcome to the Big Easy!
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3.2/516 Reviews
0.17km from Lolli’s Chocolates
Lived very satisfied, a total of four nights, the first night's room type is not good, after talking with Ctrip and the main station, both sides are very strong, the back room type is very comfortable!
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4.8/5Outstanding20 Reviews
0.17km from Lolli’s Chocolates
There are many dining outlets nearby. The rooms are large and clean. It is suitable for children. It is possible to book a twin room. It is close to the attractions, the service is very good, the popularity is very strong, there is parking lot and valet parking. The museum is large.
FromUS$205
4.6/5Outstanding12 Reviews
0.2km from Lolli’s Chocolates
Had to call room service for ice. No ATM on site. No desk in room for a computer. Valet parking only or pay to park in a nearby garage or lot. Difficult to access Valet in heavy traffic (must circle block several time for an opening). Breakfast was fruit and coffee or tea only. Overall, service staff was good. Room was P2 (Penthouse) and had a great view.
FromUS$161
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.24km from Lolli’s Chocolates
We loved our stay at the Hyatt Centric French Quarter. It was in the perfect location. Close to good restaurants, Bourbon Street, walking anywhere in the French Quarter and close to Street Cars to explore the Garden District or other areas of the city. We took several tours and the shuttles picked us up right at the hotel, as well as the airport shuttle. The rooms are nice and the adjoining restaurants were nice to have as an alternative to eating out in the city. The Powdered Sugar restaurant located in the hotel is divine for desserts and breakfasts. Our room adjoined the courtyard where we could walk out and relax. I would definitely choose to stay here again.
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4.5/5Excellent13 Reviews
0.21km from Lolli’s Chocolates
Breakfast is average, only biscuit cake, good location, convenient to go, room is large and clean, price is relatively cheap, very quiet, with swimming pool, recommended.
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4.7/5Outstanding18 Reviews
0.23km from Lolli’s Chocolates
The hotel room is very large, the design must be beautiful, and the breakfast is also very delicious. It's a typical American breakfast. It's very good to have a menu to order according to your taste. The house has a sofa. It's very considerate to have a waiter come to the room to open the sofa and put it on. Beautiful surroundings of the hotel
FromUS$286
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.22km from Lolli’s Chocolates
It's been said that the French Quarter begins in the lobby of the Hotel Monteleone, where history is found in every corner. In fact, this charming establishment sits grandly at the foot of Royal Street, giving guests the best point of departure for all things New Orleans. Visitors need only step outside this French Quarter hotel to discover shops that boast European antiques, Oriental rugs, estate jewelry, and art and antiquities from around the world. Quaint restaurants and specialty shops line the cobblestone French Quarter streets that lead to Jackson Square, the Old French Market, and the Riverwalk, where you can watch steamboats chug along the Mississippi River.Hotel Monteleone features 25 meeting and reception rooms; 570 newly refurbished rooms and suites boasting high-speed Internet access and flat screen TVs, two award-winning restaurants; the famous Carousel Piano Bar & Lounge; a logo shop; a heated rooftop pool with striking views of the downtown New Orleans skyline; the relaxing Spa Aria; a state-of-the-art exercise facility; and valet parking. A pet-friendly property, The Monteleone is one of only a few hotels in the state that offer services and amenities for Fido or Fifi. *Our new check in time will be at 4pm versus 3pm and our check out time of 12 noon will remain the same.  As always, should guests arrive prior to 4pm and a room is available we will of course check them in immediately.  If by chance a room is not available we have ample luggage storage or we will pre-register and call them as soon as a room is available.* *Please note that your stay overlaps with Tales of the Cocktail, an annual event in New Orleans and at Hotel Monteleone. This event attracts thousands of visitors and keeps all areas of the hotel quite busy and crowded. Tale
FromUS$231
4.5/5Excellent6 Reviews
0.25km from Lolli’s Chocolates
I stayed at the Marriott Residence Inn on St. Charles in NOLA. We were celebrating a sweet 16 tour for my daughter. We checked in dropped our bags and headed out. When we returned I began to disinfect and clean our room. I always do this-even before Covid. At first glance, we did not find anything alarming; which is why we dropped our bags and left. Besides, according to Marriott, they have COVID procedures (Global commitment to cleanliness) in place that claims to take additional cleaning and sterilization measures to ensure the rooms are safe. At any rate, I began to pull the sheets back, on both Queen beds, so that I could spray them down with Lysol and what I found was appalling. There were multiple semen stains in one of the beds…yes, you heard right. SEMEN and mystery sticky green substances on the pillow. The other bed had a huge yellow pee-like stain in the middle of the bed (see pics). I went downstairs and reported this with the night attendant. I showed him the multiple pictures that I’d taken. As I showed him, he gasped in disbelief and offered to put us in another room. He could not say why housekeeping didn’t clean the room, only that they were there. I told him that I had already spent about 45 mins cleaning the kitchen area, bathroom, and other areas. Moving to another room would be a huge inconvenience; as we are already losing time dealing with this. The only other solution was to get all new bedding, for both beds, and clean it myself. Additionally, the attendant said he could take $50.00 off of one of our nights for the inconvenience. I told him I would need to speak to management because offering me $50.00 is an insult, considering Marriott has claimed that each room has gone through Covid “sanitizing and cleaning”. As a matter of fact, housekeeping is stealing from them because they are paid to clean and apparently they are NOT. It took me over 1.5 to clean and make the room appropriate for me and my daughter. The next day, I met with a person that said he was the manager, Eric and our exchange was far from ok. His approach to the situation faux mediocre at best, and he spoke to me in patronizing way. He disagreed with my conclusion of what substance was on the sheets and did think this was a safety concern. At the end of the back and forth, he wanted me to tell him what he should do since I felt like $50.00 dollars wasn’t enough. I could not believe that I was treated like I was the problem when it was Marriott that dropped the ball and has me and my daughters at risk. Honestly, his tone, lack of professionalism, and non-existent regard for my time is what pissed me off the most. His last name must be Marriott because he acted as if he had the right to embarrass the brand. At the end, I was comped for 2 nights, given a subliminal dare to call corporate, and funky attitudes for the rest of the stay. ***I would not recommend staying at this hotel during COVID; due to the fact that housekeeping is NO
FromUS$206

Hotels Near Lolli’S Chocolates In New Orleans Review

4/510 Reviews
We stayed here with our kids (ages 13 and 9) the weekend before Mardi Gras. It was quiet and cozy, perfectly situated in the French Quarter so we were able to walk everywhere we wanted. The beds were very comfortable, I slept with my daughter and could not even tell she was in there with me! The breakfast was superb - hot chicory coffee (or decaf, tea, or hot chocolate), and warm croissants with butter and strawberry preserves. The staff went above and beyond to make us feel welcome (William in particular was such a treat!). We stayed in room 110, it's separate from the main building and felt as though we had a private bungalow. It is an old, old property, and therefore will never be sparkling clean. However, our only concern was the amount of dust and dirt on the floors. We had to wear socks until we were ready to go to sleep, then we'd take them off and immediately get into bed.
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FromUS$120
4.5/55 Reviews
We stayed here for two weeks and found the location to be ideal for exploring NOLA. The staff were super friendly and helpful. I think we had the smallest room, but we managed to make it work and was comfortable most of the time. If you are a light sleeper we would recommend asking for a room around the courtyard side as it can be a little noisy at times round the front. Everything was basic in the room, but we don’t mind that as we were out exploring most of the time. Some people Have stayed that the location is a little shady to walk to in the evening, but we found this not to be the case (especially since we are from the UK and was our first visit to the US).
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FromUS$199
3.5/510 Reviews
This is one of my favorite hotels I have ever stayed in. The interior of the mansion is gorgeous as was my room. It was very spacious and comfortable with a four poster bed that had a little stool going up to it. It had a very large and comfortable bathroom as well. The neighborhood is very quaint and quiet. I didn't mind the walk at all to get breakfast at the sister property a block away, it was nice to get up for a little walk in the morning. The first day I had breakfast in the little courtyard, but the day after I brought breakfast back to my room. They have actual bowls and plates in the room, along with a coffee maker, and a microwave. I liked the breakfast as I am a fan of waffles (which were not cold, there is a toaster). The bed was very comfortable, I slept very well, and never heard anyone else. I felt safe in the neighborhood too and it was an easy walk to the French Quarter. I enjoyed that the Ogden Museum of Southern Art was on the way back to the hotel, there is also a fantastic vegan restaurant about two blocks down on Prytania St. I just got home today from my trip to New Orleans and I miss it already, will definitely come back and stay here again!
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FromUS$129
4.7/510 Reviews
We stayed at the Canal Street Inn for two nights prior to leaving NOLA for a cruise. The property is absolutely beautiful both inside and out with a gorgeous outdoor seating area on the side of the Inn as well as on the front porch. The staff was fabulous to work with and we really enjoyed speaking with them over our breakfasts, which, by the way, were delicious. Our room was more than adequate and very comfortable. There are sidewalks all around and we were able to go for a run to City Park which was actually closer than we anticipated. There is a streetcar stop right in front of the property which makes travel to the French Quarter very easy. The only problem is that the Canal Street line is currently interrupted by a road closure due to the remnants of the Hard Rock Hotel construction issues. That is certainly no fault of the Canal Street Inn and was completely able to be worked around. It was so nice to stay in a quiet little spot away from the insanity of the quarter while still easily accessible when we were in the mood for that insanity! We would without question stay here again.
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FromUS$176
3.5/510 Reviews
One of the few places with free parking left in New Orleans Brett was amazing super helpful with things to do, and how to get around. This man made our trip great and this Mansion left us impressed with the inside of the architecture you’re surrounded by in New Orleans. Convenient location Safe Neighborhood and there was a movie filming during our visit in the hotel which we got to see behind the scenes. Very great experience would recommend this place over and over.
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FromUS$140
4.5/55 Reviews
Cannot recommend this hotel/experience highly enough. Even before we saw the beautiful property (or properties -- there are four unique buildings here), we were impressed by the individual attention: recommendations about where to eat, cool things happening in the neighborhood, etc. Our week-long stay was one of the best all-around experiences we've had in a U.S. city. The rooms are beautifully/thoughtfully designed, the historic spaces of this former school/church/convent wonderfully showcased, and the staff incredibly friendly/knowledgeable/helpful (they even offered to ship something we couldn't bring back on the plane). It helps, too, that the location is PERFECT. Marigny is a lovely/funky neighborhood with great restaurants, one of the best music scenes in town (Frenchman Street), and it's an easy/quick walk to the French Quarter. Free bikes from the hotel make for fun rides to the Garden District, City Park, Bywater, or Crescent Park. Even just hanging out at the hotel was great -- terrific bar/restaurant and homemade ice cream, to boot. We were ready to take up permanent residence.
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FromUS$195
4.1/510 Reviews
This hotel is great in all aspects. Beautiful historical building that has been very well maintained with an out door pool and courtyard that I really enjoyed having some afternoon down time by. Rooms were clean and cozy with ample space, quiet too. The location is unbeatable. But what topped off the stay was the service. I stayed right after the hurricane when many parts of the city were having power issues and phone line issues. Adam at the front desk was very thorough with helping me with anything I needed. I would highly recommend this hotel. And I will stay here again if I find myself in New Orleans again,
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FromUS$166
4.5/56 Reviews
I stayed at the Marriott Residence Inn on St. Charles in NOLA. We were celebrating a sweet 16 tour for my daughter. We checked in dropped our bags and headed out. When we returned I began to disinfect and clean our room. I always do this-even before Covid. At first glance, we did not find anything alarming; which is why we dropped our bags and left. Besides, according to Marriott, they have COVID procedures (Global commitment to cleanliness) in place that claims to take additional cleaning and sterilization measures to ensure the rooms are safe. At any rate, I began to pull the sheets back, on both Queen beds, so that I could spray them down with Lysol and what I found was appalling. There were multiple semen stains in one of the beds…yes, you heard right. SEMEN and mystery sticky green substances on the pillow. The other bed had a huge yellow pee-like stain in the middle of the bed (see pics). I went downstairs and reported this with the night attendant. I showed him the multiple pictures that I’d taken. As I showed him, he gasped in disbelief and offered to put us in another room. He could not say why housekeeping didn’t clean the room, only that they were there. I told him that I had already spent about 45 mins cleaning the kitchen area, bathroom, and other areas. Moving to another room would be a huge inconvenience; as we are already losing time dealing with this. The only other solution was to get all new bedding, for both beds, and clean it myself. Additionally, the attendant said he could take $50.00 off of one of our nights for the inconvenience. I told him I would need to speak to management because offering me $50.00 is an insult, considering Marriott has claimed that each room has gone through Covid “sanitizing and cleaning”. As a matter of fact, housekeeping is stealing from them because they are paid to clean and apparently they are NOT. It took me over 1.5 to clean and make the room appropriate for me and my daughter. The next day, I met with a person that said he was the manager, Eric and our exchange was far from ok. His approach to the situation faux mediocre at best, and he spoke to me in patronizing way. He disagreed with my conclusion of what substance was on the sheets and did think this was a safety concern. At the end of the back and forth, he wanted me to tell him what he should do since I felt like $50.00 dollars wasn’t enough. I could not believe that I was treated like I was the problem when it was Marriott that dropped the ball and has me and my daughters at risk. Honestly, his tone, lack of professionalism, and non-existent regard for my time is what pissed me off the most. His last name must be Marriott because he acted as if he had the right to embarrass the brand. At the end, I was comped for 2 nights, given a subliminal dare to call corporate, and funky attitudes for the rest of the stay. ***I would not recommend staying at this hotel during COVID; due to the fact that housekeeping is NO
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FromUS$206
5/512 Reviews
Quiet and quiet rooms are big and clean and the beds are big and comfortable ~
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FromUS$251
4.5/510 Reviews
We really enjoyed our stay here! The staff are all so friendly and fun. We loved the historic charm of the house. The well-stocked kitchen is a great amenity. The backyard is just awesome - small but super charming. We visited in winter and definitely enjoyed the hot tub. They host a group activity every night, and we really enjoyed the chance to hang out and meet fellow tavelers. We stayed in the backyard private room. The room itself was nice - it had everything we needed, and the bed was very comfortable. Only downside is that it is a creaky old house, so we did hear footsteps overhead a fair amount in the morning. People definitely respected the quiet hours so it wasn't a huge issue but it disrupt our sleep a little. Still, I absolutely would recommend Madame Isabelle's. It's a really fun place, and it's awesome that it's on a nice quiet street but such a short walk from so many awesome places on Frenchman Street and in the French Quarter!
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FromUS$90
4.5/513 Reviews
The service was great and the room was very clean and comfortable
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FromUS$190
4.1/510 Reviews
We were in NOLA for a birthday party last week and stayed at the super convenient Inn on St. Anne. It was close walking distance to many of our favorite spots like the Clover Grill. There are two building at the Inn. The main one is where you check-in and across the street and down about 30 feet is the second house. The second house is the old Marie Laveau property. It is reported to be haunted. I didn't have any experiences. We stayed in room 50. Most of the rooms open onto a lovely little courtyard. We used this area as a catching up spot, and a waiting for the last person to be ready spot. The rooms are quaint and still very original. We had a fun sloping wood floor and an armoire for a closet. No other storage except a small nightstand drawer. But we were only there two nights. The one big adjustment was the bathroom. It is tiny. And definitely not conducive to two people at the same time! The hot water had to run in the tub and the sink together, for a solid five minutes, to produce any hot water, and the shower pressure was low and couldn't be run with the sink at the same time. But it is a classic and historic building, so that's what you should expect. The bed was super comfy and snuggly. We did run the window AC unit for the white noise the first night to drown out any noises from the courtyard and the second night because of the need for cool air. The noises are mostly people making their way back to their rooms and were usually quiet by midnight or so. It was not an issue for us. There are nice cold bottles of water you can grab for $1 by the front desk. They were very welcome each night we returned. The lady at the check-in was super casual. Two of our rooms weren't ready yet due to our early arrival and she said she'd let us know when they were ready. When we asked her how, and did she need a cell number, she said "nah, I'll send a smoke signal, you'll figure it out". She did eventually take a cell and called us to let us know they were ready when we were. It is a cute and quaint hotel with lots of history and charm. The location and price make if a great value.
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FromUS$179
2.1/513 Reviews
The only advantage is that it is very close to the meeting place. Don’t think about anything else. If you want to eat, you don’t have to eat.
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FromUS$259
4.5/55 Reviews
We are so happy we found this lovely hotel. We stayed in a small separate cottage called La Petite Maison, with 2 bedrooms upstairs and large living room/ dining room/ kitchen downstairs. There's so much character in this hotel, from the gigantic antique beds to charming patios and lush greenery. Don't expect everything to be pristine; this is a building from the 1800's so there are quirks as one would expect. All the amenities are top-notch, with luxurious towels, linens, pillows, and fast valet service for our car. Great coffee and snacks available at all times. My only concern was that only half of the desk staff wore masks, and some didn't socially distance at all. When I pointed that out, I was given some attitude, even though it's required in New Orleans (as it should be).
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FromUS$155
4/510 Reviews
We loved our (too short) stay at this hotel. As it was during the coronavirus outbreak, we were told at check-in that room cleaning was going to be minimized for everyone's safety. Personally, I think this was a smart move and didn't have any problems with it. They also offered a $5 daily credit at the mini bar in return, which was nice and completely unnecessary, given that this was a matter of safety. Hotel staff were wonderfully friendly and helpful. We were upgraded from a standard queen to a deluxe king room for free. The room was very nice- warehouse-style decor, very clean and well air conditioned. Location is unbeatable for everything fun in New Orleans. The walls are thin so it can get a bit noisy when other guests are loud or there are parties outside, but I suspect that's common for any NOLA hotel. My only regret with this place is that we had to shorten our trip because of the coronavirus outbreak. I'll definitely stay here again on my next visit to New Orleans. I can't recommend this place enough.
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FromUS$225
4.5/510 Reviews
We arrived in New Orleans at 11:30AM, called the hotel and they told us that we could check in without a problem. Arrived at front desk were checked in, had a room issue because we thought we have a jr suite and it ended up being a regular king room. The issue was there were 4 of us (2 couples). Alfred our bellman/concierge took us back down and the lady at front desk booked us another room and we went upstairs and got some rest. Rooms are extremely clean, anything and everything you need for you accommodation is a phone call away. Alfred was absolutely amazing, he helped us get dinner reservations for my husbands bday. Suggested great places for lunch and dinner. Valet was prompt, we really didn't wait long for the car. And we felt very safe overall, unlike the other hotels in the area. We didn't have groups of people hanging out in front of the hotel. Also, Jorge at the bar was awesome as well. Very friendly staff, all areas are clean. Hand sanitizing stations through out the hotel. This will definitely be my go to hotel when I travel back to this beautiful city
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FromUS$236
5/55 Reviews
I just stayed here for my own bachelorette party and I really think it was the perfect spot for it! First of house, the house was gorgeous! I really loved all of the rooms - all a little different but clean and well-decorated and perfectly New Orleans! The courtyard and parlor were also adorable and it was really nice we had access to that. They also let us have access to the kitchen which was very appreciated. I also think it was the perfect spot to rent out a whole house - because we had the best of both worlds. We had the benefit of a house to ourselves but also they came back in the morning for breakfast and turn down service if we wanted it. So it was really the best spot for our group of girls! The breakfast was also delicious. BEST FRENCH TOAST!! Also loved all the staff that I communicated with - I thought they were very responsive and helpful! Location was also great - I felt safe the entire time, such a cute neighborhood. and easy walk or cab to french quarter! Really can't say enough good - thanks for everything! Highly recommend! Only thing I would note is they had a security guard walk through to do a check at night, which is totally fine and I would have felt good about it had I known, but got nervous seeing a stranger come in without a warning - so just know that may happen/talk to them about it in advance!
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FromUS$144
4.6/512 Reviews
Had to call room service for ice. No ATM on site. No desk in room for a computer. Valet parking only or pay to park in a nearby garage or lot. Difficult to access Valet in heavy traffic (must circle block several time for an opening). Breakfast was fruit and coffee or tea only. Overall, service staff was good. Room was P2 (Penthouse) and had a great view.
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FromUS$161
4.5/510 Reviews
Just got back and we had a great trip to NOLA, much of which is due to the hotel. Unique and well decorated. Service was great and it was clean. One of the most comfortable hotel beds I’ve slept in. Great location centrally located to hug the hot spots of New Orleans. As mentioned in other reviews, the rooms are a little dark and we had had a little trouble with regulating the temperature between the living space and bedroom in our suite. One was ice cold and the other was warm, but none of that put a damper on our trip. Great Place!!!
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FromUS$288
4.8/516 Reviews
The hotel was great! Although the pool was closed due to COVID I had a great time. The complementary breakfast was wonderful and all of the staff were very welcoming and friendly. I would definitely stay her again. It’s also a 5 minute walk from bourbon street, and many great places along the way!
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FromUS$224
4.4/510 Reviews
We have been to New Orleans a number of times and all but one time, we have stayed at the Frenchmen Hotel to be close to the music that has made Frenchmen Street so popular. Up until now, the Royal Frenchmen Hotel and Bar had not yet opened, so this was our chance. The Royal Frenchmen is on the other end of Frenchmen Street and is a bit more upscale in amenities. They have room safes and morning breakfast. They have coffee makers and refrigerators in the rooms. They have live music in the bar AND courtyard (sometimes at the same time). The most notable thing however is the staff. Every one of them would bend over backwards for you and treated you more like a local than a tourist. We didn't want to leave. The music on Frenchmen street starts at the hotel itself so essentially the hotel is ground zero for hitting the clubs. The location could not be better. It is also only three blocks from the French Market Streetcar station. The only downside for us was the housekeeping staff didn't restocked the coffee each day. No worries though. The people at the desk have the pods at the ready! Also, if you are not an early riser and have a street facing view, be prepared to be wakened by trains running along the river. Oh the sounds of New Orleans! Oh, and one more thing. If you use the Airport shuttle, they don't include this hotel on their list yet. They do however stop at the Frenchmen Hotel two blocks away and the driver will most likely drop you off at the Royal Frenchmen. On pickup however, you will have to walk the two blocks to the Frenchmen to be picked up. So allow time for that. Again. Thank you Billy, Liz, Maggie, Ben and all the rest of this great staff!!! Be seeing ya again for sure!!!
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FromUS$152
4.7/518 Reviews
The hotel room is very large, the design must be beautiful, and the breakfast is also very delicious. It's a typical American breakfast. It's very good to have a menu to order according to your taste. The house has a sofa. It's very considerate to have a waiter come to the room to open the sofa and put it on. Beautiful surroundings of the hotel
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FromUS$286
4/511 Reviews
Overall good location is quite good There is more than 20 dollars in the cost is not very clear what is the consumption
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FromUS$214
4/514 Reviews
Location is okay, just a few minutes walk from Bourbon Street, but also the distance from French quarter, but the road in these minutes is rundown, it is a bit nervous alone, the hotel itself is a bit strange, the bottom eight floors or all nine floors are all Parking, the hotel is above the parking lot. The decoration is old and the rooms are quite large.
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FromUS$339
4.7/531 Reviews
This victory is super good in the first place, just by the river. The hotel has direct access to the riverside outlets. It is very convenient to buy and buy, and buy it back to the hotel. Building b is a river view room by the river. It was originally expected, and the room was the bottom floor. It was directly blocked by the lobby building and could not be seen. At least three layers can see the river view. The sheets seem to be not very clean, and the overall facilities feel like the level of the domestic three or four stars. The room service called the sandwich with French fries, and the sandwich was small, and the French fries were still very oily.
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FromUS$190
5/514 Reviews
The hotel has no breakfast. The hotel is very decorated with CHIC and is suitable for taking pictures of me. The rooms are large and the facilities are very convenient. Parking near the surrounding area is very expensive. The parking lot directly opposite the hotel is the cheapest.
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FromUS$206
4.1/510 Reviews
We’ve stayed at this hotel multiple times over the years. We love the location in the Garden District. It is walkable (if you enjoy walking) to the French Quarter but you also have a trolley stop a block away. It’s a great spot when you want to enjoy the parades on St Charles, a quick walk to the corner and you have a good spot for the parades yet easy access to your room (and bathroom). Quick walk to several restaurant options. They’ve done a good job updating rooms. Rooms are clean. Air conditioner works well! This time we booked the room with the spiral staircase and “loft”, this is an excellent choice for someone with a child/teenager with them. Best of all, I find their prices to be very reasonable, particularly with going a week and a half (weekend) before Fat Tuesday. You’ve got all the Mardi Gras activity yet it’s not quite as crowded and prices have t gone up yet.
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FromUS$99
4.3/510 Reviews
Great apartment style accommodation that included full kitchen (but only practically stocked with common kitchen utensils), in-room washer and dryer, sitting area and seperate bathroom. Check-in process was easy. There is no one on-site but one quick text and they answered all of our questions. You are given an access code for front door, gym and room. We had to move rooms the first night and within an hour they had a bew place for us, codes, etc. Grocery store was a short uber ride away (or an easy walk if you want) and had everything you could want. Gym was adequate but nothing outstanding. Building was easy to access, clean and close enough but far away enough from French Quarter. Good value for the money.
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FromUS$215
4.3/510 Reviews
When making the reservation weeks in advance and again at check-in, I asked for a quieter room, away from the elevators. The front desk person completely disregarded this request and put us in a room facing Baronne Str. The window in the room was a single pane and even though we were on the 4th floor, it was as though we were at ground level. The street noise was overwhelming. The worst night was on a Friday when a block party outside on the street lasted until almost 5am. The beds and pillows were uncomfortable; pillows flat with no support. Rooms a tight fit for a family of 4, even in the double queen room we had. Buffet breakfast was OK, at least the room was quite large and we found a table every morning. The staff responsible for the dining area were very friendly and helpful. Walls in the rooms are thin and my 15 year old woke in the night and heard someone in a nearby room vomiting. Housekeeping came regularly, the room looked fairly clean. It was a short walk from the hotel to the French Quarter, but the area around Canal street to get there was quite sketchy. We avoided walking after dark. This was our first time to New Orleans and if we were to ever return, I would not choose this hotel to stay. Too many cons, not enough pluses. Overpriced and lack of quality.
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FromUS$212
4.4/518 Reviews
Good location not far from bourbon street only problem was that the weather knocked out the tv signal so no tv the entire stay unless you bought a $20 hbo movie.. Parking was a bit tricky because as soon as you pull up the parking garage door opens up for you. I was told parking was $25 but I guess to park inside the inviting garage is $45 which there were no clear signs posted with that information. $25 is for the outside non-lit lot next to the parking garage. Wish I knew that information prior to entering the parking garage. The nice thing about this hotel is that has balconies although they are in rough condition
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FromUS$100