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All reviewsruby slipperhigh ceilingsgreat locationfront deskfour poster bedsfrench quartervalet parkinginterior roomcanal streetolder hotelwould stay here againwithin walking distanceshort walkbeautiful roomold world charmwalked everywhererooms are small
The conference I was attending was at the Sheraton across the street, but the Pelham had much more character for much less money. The room was beautiful with high ceilings and nice old built-ins, and the staff were courteous and helpful. It might have been...More
The hotel is in a great location, located by everything within walking distance. The Ruby Slipper is right next door for breakfast. The problem we had that makes this not an excellent hotel is one ....we had no where to unload our baggage and hat...More
I wanted to feel like I was in New Orleans even when I was in my room. The Pelham does that. High ceilings, brick walls, tall windows. They don't have a lounge or restaurant but the Ruby Slipper right outside is great for breakfast. Great...More
My husband and I enjoyed our stay at The Pelham. It is a heritage hotel but has been restored and is well maintained. Rooms are spacious and clean. I think the best part of the hotel is the friendly staff. They were incredibly helpful and...More
this is a very clean and comfortable hotel in a great location for access to the french quarter. the room was big and clean , the only thing i would have changed would be to get a room with windows the next time as i...More
Compared to the more evocative monikers of some other parts of New Orleans, the downtown’s humdrum title might suggest that this area is all about business and little else. But don’t let the bland name keep you away from the Central Business District. The CBD offers a wide range of fun things to do that would be touted as exceptional in less jubilant corners of the world. Bordered by the French Quarter, the Arts
District and Tremé, with the river at its eastern extreme, this hub for sports, gaming, shopping, theatre, family-friendly activities, and amazing regional cuisine makes a smart base wherever your interests lie.
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Personally, I would take a taxi. While the streetcar would be less expensive, I'm not sure it drops within a block of the train station. Plus lifting your luggage up (depending on how much you have) might be a chore. A taxi... More
Personally, I would take a taxi. While the streetcar would be less expensive, I'm not sure it drops within a block of the train station. Plus lifting your luggage up (depending on how much you have) might be a chore. A taxi would be worth a couple bucks more.