I was in NOLA for family reasons, and because of the comic and zine festival. The Inn on St. Ann was a cozy traditional old building, gently restored, not over-decorated; it provided a comfortable homey place to relax, and I felt safe there. The location was excellent. The staff of local people were wonderful.
Traveller from Massachusetts
After a busy day of exploring the French Quarter and touring our beautiful city, return home to your cozy bedroom at A Creole …More
The hotel was extremely clean and very well kept! The staff was very accommodating and extremely friendly. We had issues with out flights out of NYC and they were able to accommodate and reimburse no questions asked for the night we missed as a result of our cancelled flights.
Would absolutely stay here again!
I can't begin to describe how outstanding and caring the staff were at the Hotel St. Pierre. I arrived on a Sunday, ate my first New Orleans meal and was sick for the next 2 and a half days while staying at the hotel. However, the staff supplied me with chicken noodle soup, crackers, upset stomach medicine, and to top it off, I received a new room with a balcony so as to get fresh air when I felt up to it. Hats off to the staff that made my stay enjoyable.
The Inn on Ursulines was wonderful! It was within walking distance of everything the French Quarter has to offer yet far enough away from the "party central" portion of Bourbon Street. Everyone at the hotel that I came into contact with in any capacity (in person, on the phone, housekeeping or front desk) was extremely kind and friendly. I am from New Orleans so I didn't require directions or recommendations, but everyone was clearly capable of doing so when needed. The only thing negative about my stay was that the shower (a standing shower, no tub) was not incredibly clean. I'm sure it had been cleaned efficiently, but a negative side effect of the heat and humidity in New Orleans is that mold tends to get out of hand pretty quickly when not tackled immediately. I'm guessing that this is what happened to the shower in my room. Also the water pressure was nearly nonexistent. I ended up having to wash my hair in the sink. My hair is VERY thick so it may not be an issue for other people. Other than those few small issues with the shower, the room was clean, comfortable, and quiet. It had all the charm of classic New Orleans. I would definitely recommend the Inn on Ursulines!
Traveller from Colorado
This Arcadian-style inn is located in the French Quarter, 0.5 block from Bourbon Street and 2 blocks from the French …More
This hotel was with in walking distance to everything in the French Quarters. They have delicious breakfast and top notch staff! Our room was clean and had everything we needed. The staff accommodated every request we had, told us delicious restaurants to eat at and always had a smile. I would recommend this hotel to anyone that was planning a trip to New Orleans.
We enjoyed our stay at The Saint. Very nice and friendly staff who went out of the way to offer recommendations and suggestions as to area restaurants, tours, and other attractions. The location as excellent - off the beaten path but still walking distance to all of the action!
Traveller from Chicago
This one-of-a-kind property provides has a spontaneous, haute bohemian eclectic, eccentric and edgy sophistication for even …More
With its mix of sacred and profane, the French Quarter defines laissez-faire. This 85-block area is home to Bourbon Street’s rowdy bars, as well as Royal Street’s upmarket antiques. The devil’s music—in the form of New Orleans jazz—thrives at Preservation Hall. Nearby, hymns accompany Mass at St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square. A block away, French Market vendors hawk foods and souvenirs.