This is definitely not a high class hotel, but we enjoyed our stay. You need to go into this place knowing that it is over 100 years old. We didn't stay in our room much, so it was fine for us. From looking at pictures, it seems that some rooms are much nicer than others. My biggest gripe was the floor. It slanted sideways so much that I would stumble when waking across it. The staff was super friendly and personable. It is a pretty long walk from Bourbon, and you should definitely take a cab when walking back at night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- When it comes to a charming pet friendly New Orleans Inn, Olde Town Inn is one of the best. Located in the historic and quiet Marigny neighborhood, our Guests stay in one of Americas four hippest neighborhoods according to Travel and Leisure, which is adjacent to the French Quarter and has a bohemian mix of residents and is the most charming, centrally located and historically significant neighborhood in New Orleans, only a short 2 block walk to the famous music and restaurants of Frenchmen Street. Our luscious tropical Courtyard is an oasis and our rooms are eclectically furnished combining antiques with modern amenities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Olde Town Hotel New Orleans