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New Orleans Guest House

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7.6
Good
544 reviews
+1 504-562-1177

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Free Breakfast
Pets Allowed
Concierge

New Orleans Guesthouse is a Historic Boutique Hotel near the French Quarter

What Does a New Orleans Guesthouse Room Include?

Each of the 14 guest rooms at New Orleans Guesthouse is furnished in unique style, meaning every stay here is different. Rooms include bottled water, a ceiling fan, and air conditioning to combat the New Orleans humidity and keep you comfortable and cool. Don't forget to bring all your amazing leftovers back with you to store in the communal kitchen refrigerator and heat up in your room's microwave. 

What Amenities/Features are Available?

Let the staff assist you with booking tours and buying tickets to some of New Orleans's most intriguing activities. Free breakfast gets you started early, and free wi-fi gives you the chance to look up the city's best activities before heading out each day.

How Much Will a Stay at the New Orleans Guesthouse Cost?

Room rates fluctuate considerably based on season, going from as low as $119 a night to nearly $200 a night. Book well in advance because the 14 rooms fill up quickly. Mardi Gras reservations need to happen several years in advance.

What Activities are Popular near the New Orleans Guesthouse?

The entire French Quarter is at your fingertips. Go shopping on Royal Street, live it up each night on Bourbon Street, and visit creepy sights like the VooDoo museum and nearby above ground cemeteries.

What's the Bottom Line?

This 1848 building sits on the edge of the French Quarter and offers a boutique, authentic New Orleans feel you won't get at other New Orleans hotels. Stay here for an intimate and unforgettable experience.

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1118 Ursulines Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70116
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User Highlights
7.6
Good
Location
"Close to Hop On Hop Off" "Fantastic location"
City centre within easy reach, said 98%.
Parking was ok, according to 56%.
Service
"Fantastic staff" "Great customer service"
96% found the staff to be very friendly.
89% said the reception staff was great.
Value for money
"Cheapest toiletries" "Free street parking"
83% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
Amenities
"Old building" "Lots of stairs"
51% thought the building was acceptable.
88% found the grounds to be nice.
Vibe
"New hideaway" "Old style building"
73% criticized the unstylish hotel.
93% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
Breakfast
"Enjoyed bagels" "Great outdoor breakfast"
83% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
Food
"Dining area ignored by" "Fresh fruit"
Desserts were ok, said 50%.
Comfort
"Loud AC" "Tiny closet"
Beds were acceptable for 60%.
77% said rooms were small.
Room
"Loud AC" "Old worn out mattress"
72% complained about the bathroom.
55% said rooms were dirty.
WiFi
"WIFI wasn't working" "Wifi didn't work"
62% said the wifi quality was bad.
Cleanliness
"Stained chairs" "Dirty front lobby"
55% said rooms were dirty.
81% thought it was rather dirty.

Good to know...

Hotel could use some updating
Near city centre
Friendly service
Pleasant hotel grounds
Expert Reviews
Frommer's
Some rooms have exposed brick walls, while others open directly on to the green plant-stuffed courtyard, a veritable tropical garden, with some intricately carved old fountains.
Gayot
Since the French Quarter is compact --- only one square mile --- visitors staying in the district are always close to the action. When it comes time to leave the party behind, however,...
When it comes time to leave the party behind, however, it's smart to choose lodgings in the Quarter's nether regions.
Not For Tourists
Pepto pink outside, fuschia inside.
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