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Hotel Provincial - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Provincial

1024 Rue Chartres, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Close to everything in the French Quarter!"
Quaint hotel that is in the middle of the French Quarter. Just a couple blocks from Jackson Square or Frenchman's Street. Good price on the room as well - we booked last minute. I would definitely stay there again, but upgrade to a better room.
Traveller from Des Moines, IA
This locally owned antebellum low-rise New Orleans hotel on a quiet French Quarter street is 2 blocks from Bourbon St, 3 …More
Hotel St. Helene - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Hotel St. Helene

508 Rue Chartres, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Good location"
The hotel was convenient to walk through the French Quarter. The only problem we encountered was we were not aware there was not an elevator and had to carry our bags up quite a few stairs. We are seniors and planned to be on the road for two weeks so we had a lot of things. The hotel could be warm in the summer as only a ceiling fan in our room.
Traveller from Santa Ana, California
Located in French Quarter, this historic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of New Orleans Pharmacy Museum and Jackson Square …More
Bourbon Orleans Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Bourbon Orleans Hotel

717 Orleans St., New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Nice stay in New Orleans"
We had a lovely time at the Bourbon Orleans. It is very clean, the lobby is beautiful and the location is great. Some people may find a few things not to their liking as in any hotel. We had a basic room which was very small. The closet door would not open all the way as it hit the bed. The bathroom was nicely done, however the showerhead was positioned so that you had a hard time getting shampoo rinsed from your hair without banging your head on the wall or the soap dish. There was no alarm clock or any clock for that matter. our room was located where it was an extremely long walk from the main elevator so we ended up using the service elevator which was much closer. Now, with that said, would we go back? Definitely. But, if you are a taller, bigger person try to upgrade to a bigger room. The pool area was very nice and it was a treat to sit out there and relax for a bit in the afternoon. The bar was also very nice and there was entertainment there the night we went in. Overall it was fine for what we needed.
Traveller from Hudson Valley, NY
Near the center of the vibrant French Quarter in New Orleans, this hotel is 1 block from Jackson Square, 4 blocks from …More
Le Richelieu in the French Quarter - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Le Richelieu in the French Quarter

1234 Chartres St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"This was a very nice hotel in the French Quarter ."
Everyone on staff was very nice and helpful. The hotel is located very close to the French Market and Jackson Square. The pool was a wonderful place to cool off in between walks around the Quarter. The number of excellent restaurants within walking distance were too many to count making it very had to choose where to eat. The walking tours in the area given by Haunted Tours were great. I would recommend the Garden District ghost tour but the other tours I took were very enjoyable as well. It was a great time and I would highly recommend a trip to NOLA to everyone.
Traveller from Long Island, NY
This New Orleans hotel is 2 blocks from Bourbon St and 4 blocks from Frenchman St. This French Quarter hotel is just far …More
Dauphine Orleans Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Dauphine Orleans Hotel

415 Dauphine St., New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Best New Orleans Experience"
This hotel was an excellent stay inside the french quarter!! Close to Bourbon street without excessive noise from partiers/bars, in a well-updated but historical building, has a fridge (not many in the quarter do), friendly and very helpful staff, 2 free drinks never hurt, and surprising toiletries you can only get from an old-fashioned hotel. The decor was very nice, and the bed very comfortable. Some of the rooms are currently being renovated with new floors and such (that construction was not a bother). The hot tub in our courtyard was not in use, and removed during our stay (bummer), but looks like it will be quickly replaced. This review would have had 5 stars if it were not for: 1) Road construction- In the quarter it starts very early (sometimes between 3am & 4am) and there was construction going on very close to our building that was very loud and waking us up. Hopefully they finish that construction soon for future guests. and 2) Cleanliness- This is a very old building keep in mind, but some parts of our bathroom were ehhh & falling apart a little, and our comforter had a very clean duvet over it, but the end that kept sticking out of the duvet was dirty. We recommend a room in the Hermann House. The courtyard was lovely & quiet, and the second floor has vaulted ceilings. There is a museum around the corner of the main Hermann House, not sure on the hours or if there was a fee, but it seemed very interesting (we caught the curator after he had just closed).
Traveller from Detroit, MI
Located 1 block from the nightlife and restaurants of Bourbon St, the Dauphine Orleans Hotel is 2 blocks from the antique …More
Hotel Royal - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars
$209

Hotel Royal

1006 Royal St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Great hotel close to everything. "
The best staff anywhere. Friendly, courteous and knowledgeable. When we arrived there was a problem with our room they quickly resolved the problem. We will stay there again! One thing there is no elevator so if you cant climb a lot of steps this is not the place for you.
Traveller from Riegelsville, PA
Located in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Hotel Royal is surrounded by art galleries and lively cafés. It’s a 5-minute …More
Inn on St. Peter - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Inn on St. Peter

1005 Saint Peter St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"So close and yet...."
We wanted to stay in a place that made it feel kind of like you lived in the Quarter. The Inn at St. Peter does give you that. The location is good and if you are a savvy traveler the oddities will not bother you. What they don't say is that there is no central lobby. There is a tiny check in area. You will be grubbing your bags out on the street. The most egregious non-warning is that there is ZERO parking available unless you happen to score an on street spot. The parking garage at $20 bucks a day is about 5 blocks down Rampart. They advertise free high speed wifi. It does not work in all the rooms. The rooms are beautifully funky. They've kept so much historical detail but then done the bathrooms in fixtures I know came from Lowe's. Not that there's anything wrong with that. It was just so hit and miss. Keep in mind if you choose to stay here--it's old and cobbled together and interesting as hell but not for the faint of heart. If you must have some plush carpeted lobby this is not for you. If you are open minded and into adventure and experiences that you can't have anywhere else then it should be on your list.
Traveller from Lexington KY
Located in French Quarter, this historic inn is within a 10-minute walk of Congo Square, Jackson Square, and New Orleans Jazz …More
Omni Royal Orleans Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Omni Royal Orleans Hotel

621 Saint Louis St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"See Zachariah at Rib Room Bar for great Hurricanes"
My lady and I had a great time at the hotel except when we arrived. We parked ext to the hotel and went inside to check in. Nobody offered to get our bags. We then parked in their garage and they were not prepared to handle our luggage. They had to go get a cart and then we had to load the luggage on it. The person took the cart up to the Bell Boy who delivered it to our room. First day getting the car out was horrible. Waited 20 minutes and had to tell 3 different people we were waiting for our car. Room was OK but bathroom was very small. We had a great time at the breakfast buffet and at the bar - both highly recommended.
Traveller from Lewisville, TX
Omni Royal Orleans Hotel is in the center of the vibrant French Quarter, a 5-minute walk from the banks of the Mississippi …More
Andrew Jackson Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Andrew Jackson Hotel

919 Royal St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
3.6 out of 5 (323 reviews)
Located in French Quarter, this historic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Historic Voodoo Museum and French Market. Jackson …More
Hotel St. Pierre French Quarter - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel St. Pierre French Quarter

911 Burgundy St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Well situated hotel in the French Quarter."
This hotel is a very old historical building consisting of a series of cottages which give it a nice atmosphere to suit the area.There are two small swimming pools situated in the court yard with nice sitting area.A full breakfast is included with a nice choice. The hotel is very well priced and it is advisable to book on line for better deals.Valet parking is available but quite expensive-($36 per day ) and Icould not understand why I was charged substantially more for the last day.My room was comfortable but small with the bath a bit cramped and the door was very hard to close due to a bit of warping.Overall I would reccomend this hotel.
Traveller from from Australia
This hotel is in the French Quarter of New Orleans, 2 blocks from Bourbon Street and 3 blocks from Louis Armstrong Park and …More

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