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This place really wasn't as bad as some people made it out to be. I think you should know yourself before you book at a place like this. It's obviously super old and not a 5 star, fancy towels kind of place. It's ancient, quirky,...More
Stayed during Jazzfest, the place is almost full I was told by the staff, so we felt fortunate to have found this accommodation.
Pros: Great location at garden district, about 3 blocks from St. Charles trolley line & The Blind Pelican bar (best 25c oyster...More
No Frills. Do not expect anything. The guest house is an old orphanage repurposed into a hotel and it shows it's age. Nothing fancy, no hair dryer, microwave, mini-fridge or TV, however it was quiet and convenient to bus service to the FQ and a...More
This is my second review of St Vincents, having stayed in 2014 and I believe it has since changed ownership.
My partner and I flew in from Scotland for a week for Wrestlemania, we were given room 39 and paid $18 for a week of...More
So it used to be a civil war orphanage. Good to know up front if you are scared of ghost. I't not very clean and does not have many amenities. Pretty run down and not that clean. I was fine there and if your ok...More
Head to the Garden District for the full-on New Orleans experience replete with quaintly clanking streetcars, proudly grandiose antebellum mansions, picture perfect avenues lined with live oaks loaded down with Spanish moss, and a wealth of beautiful churches and many more architectural marvels. Even a brief excursion here makes plain why it’s called the Garden District. So, when you visit be sure to give
yourself ample time for admiration at a languidly slow pace befitting such gentile strand of riverside living and to allow you to maximize each opportunity to stop and smell the roses – and whichever other blooms you might come across. While taking it all in, you’d do well to dine at one of the city’s most beloved destinations for regional cuisine. Gourmands from far and wide (and right round the corner) swear the age-old Commander’s Palace is the best restaurant in town – and have been doing so since it opened back in 1880.