recently updated sully mansion was great! met all our expectations me the innkeeper was phenomenal! breakfast was the lacking point not being a served hot affair but more than adequate! the stay was great, thanks sully!
We had the pleasure of staying at this 'alternative lodging option' during a recent stay at New Orleans. I really like the way it remains hidden in the trendy little Marijny neighborhood. You are just a few blocks from the trolley car, which takes you around the perimeter of the French Quarter or it's an inexpensive Uber or Lyft ride from the action. Nothing frilly nor extravagant. No restaurant on site. Just a nice clean room in a secure facility. Not the Hyatt or Hilton. If THAT is what you're looking for, enjoy paying the extra $150/night. I'll save my money and use it towards some of The Big Easy's great food. Thanks Creole Inn!
We absolutely love Auld Sweet Olive B&B. We have stayed there the last two times we were in NOLA. The rooms are great, the breakfast is wonderful, staff is always friendly and helpful. Close walking to the French Quarter and trolley lines. We felt very safe walking the neighborhood at night. It feels like home! - S.Martin, Medford Oregon.
We loved our stay at the Burgundy. It was in an excellent location close to nightlife, dining, and music in a safe and fun neighborhood. Carl was a great host and was available every day to answer questions and help us plan our trip. Our room was clean and we felt very much at a home away from home.
Convenient to the quarter. Friendly and incredibly helpful hosts. New Orleans charm. This is my second time, and now the only place I will stay when coming to visit my boys. This is an amazing value.
Excellent location. You can walk and be at Jackson Square (center of French Quarter) within 20 minutes. Free parking. Hosts had many suggestions for eating, clubs, attractions--all within a short walk from your room. Excellent breakfast included. Room 201 had a couple quirks, but it's an old house so it didn't detract from the good character of the home. Steep stairway if you book an upstairs room, but it was manageable. We would stay here again.
I chose Monrose Row based on an online search and availability for our New Years Eve elopement weekend. Cindy is amazing. To say that we were impressed is an understatement. The rooms are comfortable, the decor is absolutely gorgeous, the meals were incredible. No detail was left unaddressed. This will be the only place we stay on return trips to NOLA.
We stayed at the Greenhouse while visiting a relative in New Orleans and chose it because of its central location. It was right on the mark as we walked to many restaurants and museums, the French Quarter and in to the Upper Garden District. Jesse was very helpful with local knowledge and Frank was about the nicest person anyone could ever want to deal with. Whereas there are undoubtedly more luxurious inns in hipper neighborhoods, the Green House value was exceptional.
I can recommend this BB highly. The hosts are very friendly and knowledgeable and will do anything to make your stay enjoyable. The location is super, very close, in walkable distance to the French quarter, and the place and rooms are cleans and inviting. The price is very reasonable. The little garden behind the house has tropical plants and is very much cared for.
Not having any other experience to compare this with I can do nothing but give this place two thumbs up. Mrs Mary and Mr Hugh were outstanding hosts and the staff Mandy and Paula were always there to take care of your every need. A former brothel, it is filled with memorabilia and bits of history. We stayed in the Cannonball room at the front of the house and other than a little noise from the street and the occasional guest the noises was minimal. Breakfast was in the dinning room where you were able to meet the other guests...that was a really good bonus for me. We will go and stay there again. Thank you Mrs Mary!!
The Monrose Row Bed and Breakfast was within easy walking distance of the French Quarter, but the authentic suite itself was so comfortable and the balcony so appealing (basking in the December sun, reading and talking) that it was an effort to make ourselves travel out! Each hot breakfast was more amazing than the last, and our inn keeper was a wealth of freely shared advice on city sights, restaurants and music
My wife and I went to New Orleans to party in the New Year. What we found at the Hubbard Mansion was pure gold. The Mansion is located in the heart of the garden district right on St Charles Ave. It is only a short street car ride from the French Quarter. The house itself is immaculate. I am not an antiques guy but I recognize quality when I see it. The hosts are very friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the city and its history. They gave us some excellent food recommendations. They also arranged our airport transportation as well as a post Katrina tour of the lower ninth ward. They were also happy to grace us with entertaining stories of music, travel, and their personal adventures. I have spent years as a business traveler. My usually choice for accommodations is on the order of Weston or Marriott. After our experience at the Hubbard Mansion I find myself rethinking that philosophy. I like the idea of supporting small business and a big hotel chain is simply not capable of delivering the same quality experience that I got at the Hubbard Mansion. The rooms are clean and beautiful. The service was excellent and the breakfast was hot and tasty. The overall value is why I recommend this establishment to anyone. We went to New Orleans to eat drink and have a good time. We chose the Hubbard Mansion because it was clean, affordable, and in a great location. We got everything that we looking for and we and more. We met some wonderful new friends.
We had a wonderful stay in the pirate's attic. The home has a wonderful, eclectic feel with a great location. Short walks to the French quarter and Frenchman Street. The staff was absolutely amazing. So warm and accommodating, we plan on staying here again on our next trip to New Orleans.
Matthew and Melanie run a fantastic operation: beautiful lodgings, top-notch service, great array of breakfast options. La Belle Explanade boasts an aesthetic overall appropriate for the charm and mystery of New Orleans. Highly recommended.
Me and my friends were amazed by the experience of staying at Crescent City Guest House. The place is super clean and organized, packed with food and the hosts think of every detail (like providing umbrellas when it's raining, games, makeup remover and many other things). They are also extremely nice and sweet. The house is super super super close to Frenchmen Street and from a walking distance to anywhere in French Quarter - but without all the noise and drunk people at your door. I couldn't recommend it more!
In this review I don't want readers to think I was not pleased with Fairchild house. It was everything I wanted in a B&B. I was trying to stay within the definitions of the rating scale. The location was great. My room was clean, well presented and met my needs. The hospitality of Beatriz and her team was wonderful. Intimate breakfasts led to discussions with other guests and a thoughtful exchange of activity ideas and suggestions. I would most definitely stay there again and will easily choose a B&B for my next holiday.
Perfect location in a quiet neighborhood. Beautiful older historic home with lots of history. The inn keepers live nearby and are among the best for ideas of where to eat, help with getting to and from the hustle a bustle of bourbon street. It's a good but safe walk if the weather is pleasant. I wouldn't stay anywhere else in New Orleans if you want the best experience of this great city!
This is a very unique oasis next to the arts district in NOLA. It is operated by a gay couple and the swimming pool area is clothes optional. So, if you are offended by natural states of being, in all phases, might want to look elsewhere. Because it was Christmas, we were pretty much the only guest there. A few rooms were rented out for a night or two, but we were the only ones there for most of our week stay. We enjoyed the hot tub and the beautiful tropical patio area...even the occasional recorded parrot calls. The bed was too soft for our taste and left both myself and my wife hurting with soar backs. The sofa in the room probably would have been turned down by Goodwill, which I found a bit offensive for the price of the stay. Overall, a very great place to disappear into in NOLA.
Fate di un agriturismo o di un B&B a New Orleans, Louisiana negli USA, la vostra casa lontano da casa
Situata tra i meandri del fiume Mississippi e il lago Pontchartrain, New Orleans è conosciuta come la “Big Easy”. Lo stile di vita rilassato e la musica jazz dal vivo ne fanno un luogo unico e memorabile dove soggiornare.
Cosa fare a New Orleans
Chi visita New Orleans per la prima volta dovrebbe fare un tour a piedi della città per scoprire la sua storia e le sue attrazioni. Una gita sul battello a vapore Natchez, con la sua musicale Calliope, è un ottimo modo per vedere i luoghi del fiume Mississippi. Un altro insolito tour guidato porta i visitatori in giro per il cimitero Lafayette e spiega perché le tombe siano tutte fuori della terra, alleggerendo la cosa con alcuni aneddoti divertenti. Il Vecchio Convento delle Orsoline, il più antico edificio della Louisiana, merita una visita insieme all’ Old US Mint che ora ospita il Collegio delle Arti di Newcomb e il Museo del Jazz. Una cosa che si deve assolutamente fare dal vostro agriturismo o dal vostro B&B di New Orleans è la degustazione del caffè di cicoria e delle frittelle per cui il Café du Monde è famoso. Sempre in tema di cibo e bevande assaggiate la cucina locale, la cucina creola e i panini po’boy.
Luoghi da visitare attorno a New Orleans
Il quartiere francese è la principale attrazione turistica con i suoi eleganti palazzi e i balconi in ferro battuto. La storica Jackson Square è il luogo dove si erge la Cattedrale di St Louis, dove si possono trovare molti artisti di strada. Dopo il tramonto Bourbon Street è il centro della vita notturna di New Orleans, con molti bar, jazz club, ristoranti e locali notturni che offrono una vasta gamma di intrattenimento da quello di gusto a quello squallido. Il mercato francese è il più antico mercato d’America ancora in funzione ed offre molte occasioni e souvenir, come le maschere di carnevale, i boa di piume e le perline colorate Mardi Gras. Visitate i panoramici giardini del parco della città e Audubon Park, oppure visitate l'Aquarium of the Americas, che ha 7.000 specie marine, compresi squali e delfini.
Il tempo a New Orleans
New Orleans ha estati calde e umide ed inverni miti. Aspettatevi temperature medie a 90°F (32°C) in Luglio e Agosto. In inverno le temperature scendono a 65°F (18°C) durante il giorno, con uno strano ed improvviso freddo e temperature prossime allo zero durante la notte. New Orleans ha il livello maggiore di precipitazioni in estate, quando minacciano i temporali tropicali.
Viaggio a New Orleans
I visitatori di New Orleans possono prenotare voli per l’Aeroporto Internazionale Louis Armstrong (MSY). L’aeroporto si trova a circa 11 miglia ad ovest dal centro della città. Questo grande aeroporto ha voli da molte città importanti con American Airlines, Air Canada, Continental, JetBlue, Delta, Frontier, Air Tran, United, US e Southwest Airlines. E 'facile prendere un taxi a prezzo fisso o il bus Jefferson Transit dall'aeroporto al centro di New Orleans.