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Reviewed 28 March 2014 via mobile

This is a cool place. Quiet, dripping with charm, fairly well-appointed. Not quite 5 stars, though, especially given the high price point. Traveled with family of 4, stayed in cottage 5. Not enough seating in living room for all of us to hang out in the evening, and some things missing like utensils, napkins, etc. Housekeeping spotty, forgot to leave any glasses, and left a used rubber glove in the bedroom after cleaning. Hard to regulate temperature so 2nd bedroom very hot and stuffy at night. Breakfast nicely presented tho quality of items kind of disappointing, so we purchased breakfast items from Vacherie across the street. The pool was far too cold to use, though it was supposed to be heated. It was a nice place, but not sure Id be compelled to return.

Stayed: March 2014
1  Thank Kristen H
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Reviewed 20 March 2014

Stayed one night in the 2-bedroom Cottage #1. My wife and I stayed in the larger room, and my mother stayed in the other. This was quite a find - a quiet courtyard and accommodation just 1 block from Bourbon street. If you want a good location in the French Quarter, this puts you right in the heart of things without sacrificing peace and sleep.

We could hear some street noise from sirens and car alarms before going to bed, but it wasn't much. And it was St. Patrick's day, so it was kind of a rowdy night out. Still surprised it was as quiet as it was, given the location.

The continental breakfast was good, and they had a Keurig coffee machines and lots of water and sodas (complimentary) included. Everything was very nice. Ada - the butler for the property - was also very helpful and accommodating, making sure we had everything we needed.

It was a short stay for us. I'm not sure the French Quarter is a good fit for us, but I certainly would recommend this for any one that wanted to stay right in the middle of the action without sacrificing comfort.

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank lebo12
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Reviewed 17 March 2014

This was a wonderful, tranquil place to stay. It is right in the middle of the french quarter - within walking distance of everything but it feels like you escaped to peaceful get away. It is the perfect place to stay if you want a mix of great food, fun, and relaxation. We loved it!

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 17 March 2014

The Audubon Cottages were fantastic. We went during Mardi Gras, when the Quarter is packed and loud, and these cottages were in the perfect location to be close to everything while still tucked away and private. The service was fantastic and the accommodations were phenomenal. Highly recommend!

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled on business
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1  Thank Amanda W
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Reviewed 13 January 2014

With a literal plethora of accommodations to choose from in the Crescent City, making a decision is never easy. An endless number of factors come into play... such as convenience, amenities, ambiance, service, and of course, the swimming pool. In New Orleans, there is also a fine line between being close to the action and being IN the action.

The ideal scenario would be a beautiful location, steps from Bourbon Street and other French Quarter attractions, with the peace and quiet of a plantation home along the river. Sounds impossible, right?

Well, allow the New Orleans Hotel Collection to make you a believer with their nearly unbelievable array of properties. If you are looking for a magical getaway, you have arrived. This hotel collection consists of the Bourbon Orleans, the Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport, Dauphine Orleans, Hotel Mazarin, Wyndham Riverfront Hotel, Hotel Le Marais, and the Audubon Cottages. Each property is unique in what it offers the discerning traveler.
However, I can hold out no longer. I can not wait another second to describe the historic brilliance that are the Audubon Cottages.

Once behind its beautiful gates, time seems to stand still, and there is not even a peep from nearby Bourbon Street. Seven cottages, fresh from a multi-million dollar restoration, beckon its visiting inhabitants to experience the epitome of "living it up" in the French Quarter. With personal butler service, anything you may require is right at your fingertips, including complimentary continental breakfast delivered each morning.

Each cottage could easily double as a private residence, complete with surprising touches that really make it feel like home. Coffee, tea, bottled water, and soft drinks are replenished every day, and the complimentary wireless internet allows you to check email, look up flight information, or (gasp) do a tiny bit of work.

And if a purely fantastic swimming pool can make or break your hotel stay, you will be pleasantly surprised! This saltwater phenomenon is said to be the oldest saltwater pool in
New Orleans. Really... how cool is that?

The attention to detail is so above industry norm that it is almost difficult to explain. The Audubon Cottages must be experienced... lived in... appreciated... before you can even begin to understand the difference between this French Quarter oasis and a standard hotel. In short, the cottages will completely blow you away.

And as if the cottages were not enough, May Bailey's Place is located right next door, and is a gorgeous place to have a drink... or two. Wait... I am being terribly conservative. With expertly crafted concoctions, you may find yourself an instant "regular", and you may not be alone. May Bailey's Place has been featured on the Travel Channel on Ghost Adventures, and you may find that you have a friend from another plane sitting next to you on the bar stool. Have an open mind, because you never know what might happen!

While staying in New Orleans, I can not recommend enough that you make the Audubon Cottages your home away from home, and, if you may seek alternate options, look within the New Orleans Hotel Collection, and have the experience of a lifetime!
For more information, please visit online, or call (504)561-5858.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Angela A
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