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If you want to feel like you are in a dilapidated college dorm and drink all night and party, while also being woken up before 6am, this may be the place for you. If you are looking to sleep and enjoy peace and quiet, stay...More
There's a lot of hype on the internet about this place being haunted and we're not ones to have a closed mind, but this place isn't haunted...just old. It's kinda quaint and the rooms are alright, but it lacks real character. It will work for...More
When I made the reservation I asked about noise from the bar and was told I "might" hear some since there's a band that night. We wound up in room 3 (the "lafayette" suite), which was right above the bar, and from 9 to 12...More
The hotel is a 19th century structure with all the charm and challenges that an old building has. The floor slopes a bit and the rooms are a bit rustic (we had to go out the window to get to the upstairs deck) but we...More
I came to the Hotel Leger because I watched the Ghost Adventures episode and the Hotel Impossible episode featuring the hotel. The hotel is what you would expect from an older historic hotel. I have only one complaint about my entire trip - I was...More
We were in a very basic room with shared bath down the hall and no fridge in room, and no hair dryer, either. There may be more amenities in other rooms or suites -- you could call ahead and ask. It is truly a "historic... More
We were in a very basic room with shared bath down the hall and no fridge in room, and no hair dryer, either. There may be more amenities in other rooms or suites -- you could call ahead and ask. It is truly a "historic" place.