We were at this place during Hurricane (not) Karen and we had a great time. It's actually 3 houses joined into one, so sometimes getting from here to there is interesting. My husband and kids took the stairs and I took the elevator which was through two courtyards and down a hall. But a pretty trip!
We had the Honeymoon Suite, 216, which is a bedroom and sitting room combo. The bed was a beautiful 4-poster and the furniture was antique-ish - certainly period. It overlooked Toulouse, which could get noisy at night, so if you want quiet take a courtyard room. Our kids had a another junior suite with a loft bedroom across the hall, not as fancy but really cute.
The people at the front desk were very helpful, and the morning coffee and biscotti were great.
If you're looking for funky New Orleans, try this place. If you want spiffy or fancy, make yourself happy and go somewhere else.
Atmosphere, in spades!
If you need a reading light, bring one with you. These houses were 1800's, wired much later (obviously), not many outlets and not always convenient.More
- Free Wifi