My husband and I stayed in a deluxe full room in the Marie Laveau apartments at the Inn on St. Ann, and we thought it was great. Our room was across the interior patio, on the second floor, and felt very private. We barely saw anyone else the whole time, and definitely didn't hear many noises.
- Great location. Very quiet, even though its only a couple blocks of Bourbon st. We could walk to Tropical Isle in ~5 min, Cafe du Monde in about ~10min.
- We loved the exposed brick in the room, the hard wood floors, and real tile in the bathroom.
- Very comfortable bed. May be too soft for some people.
- The room was spotless, including the bathroom. Seriously, one of the cleanest hotel rooms I've ever been in.
- Both the room and the bathroom were small, but that wasn't a problem for us (its not like we came to NOLA to hang out in the room). The pedestal-style sink did make it hard to deal with toiletries, but we managed.
- If you're not used to AC window units, you might think its loud. If you want central air, go stay in a hotel. I grew up with window units, so I don't even notice it.
- Very good, hot coffee was available every time we went by the front desk, and my husband drinks a ton of coffee, so we'd go by multiple times a day. Skip the pastries (looked like they were from a costco), and go to one of the great cafes in the french quarter for breakfast.
- Every time we did see a hotel worker, they were very friendly, always said hi. The front desk helpfully stored our luggage on our last day and called a cab for us to get to the airport later that day.
- The free wifi was fairly reliable, but sometimes could be slow
I would definitely stay here again. Though, looking at the other reviews, I would try to get the same room we booked - its seems like other people had problems with noise, which was not the case for us.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Be a part of our extended French Quarter family at the Inn on St. Ann. This charming French Quarter Inn boasts a courtyard shaded by a century old oak tree and common areas appropriately decorated with antiques, chandeliers, and original local artwork.This inn in New Orleans is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1830, the Inn on St. Ann epitomizes the iconic architecture the French Quarter is often recognized for. With its hanging plants and wrought iron balcony fronting St. Ann, you’ll immediately feel the true allure of the French Quarter..Enchanting interior spaces are accented by the exposed brick foyer and grand staircase. Each of our 16 guest rooms has been consistently restored with traditional finishes yet each showcases its own exclusive features with a collection of fireplaces and unique architectural details.The Armstrong Suite, the most admired accommodation of the French Quarter Guest Houses, features floor to ceiling windows opening on to your own private balcony. Whether you desire the grand or quaint, the Inn on St. Ann has what you’re looking for in your next visit to New Orleans. ... more less
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