The staff is friendly. The hotel is really cool ..
Very close to bourbon street and beautiful historical property
This was our first experience to New Orleans and Our stay was amazing. The whole house from outside to the inside is very clean and very well maintained. Our room was clean and so comfortable. We felt like we were staying at a family members house. The house lights up outside with beautiful decor ...
Very clean and friendly staff. We arrived late at night and they had a system in place for us to obtain our keys with directions on how to get to our room.
Very nice, clean and private place to get away. Continental breakfast served, clean, quiet room with lots of light.
Beautiful quiet digs, very convenient to great NOLA spots. Hot tub was out of service. Quiet private unit. Would definitely return!
It was a very unique place. We stayed in The Blue Room -- very cool. Miss Catherine, the innkeeper, was amazing. We visited over the Thanksgiving holiday and she put special homemade treats in our room.
A very nice hotel and a great location. Friendly staff. Old building but clean rooms. Outdoor area very cozy but not clean. Would gladly stay here again.
Loved the feel of the neighborhood and the closeness to The trolley and restaurants. The bed was a little too soft for me
Room is much larger than expected. Could easily have held more people if there were more beds. Full kitchen and washer, dryer. No "front desk" or other ame
Good side-great room and breakfast. Bad-another guest easily broke into room saying it was hers. Interior locks are cheap. All electric items were unplugged, so I had to move heavy furniture, including a 200lb plus bed to get things to work. Staff was aware that previous users had unplugged but did ...
Emily was wonderful! She took the time to find us some great restaurants and even showed us around Frenchmen Street. We felt at home, very comfortable and safe. We definitely look forward to our next visit!
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