We just got back from staying at the Prince Conti Hotel and while it is an older hotel it certainly has it's charms. The rooms weren't huge but the very high ceilings made it seem quaint and romantic. When I mentioned that we were celebrating our 20th anniversary, the hotel sent up a bottle of champagne, which was the perfect way to start our trip to the Big Easy.
The hotel is very convenient to the streetcar, only a short walk to the french market and literally half a block from Bourbon Street which is great if you're there to party on Bourbon however since the hotel is so old the walls are very thin and you can hear quite a bit so for families it may be a bit loud. My only complaint was regarding the young ladies who were drunk and screaming through the hallways at 4:30 in the morning but you almost need to expect it when you're a block away from the biggest party in the south. We appreciated the proximity as we did enjoy Bourbon street, maybe a bit too much which made it great that we could so easily walk back.
The walls are thin and you do hear a lot but it was all worth it. The staff went above and beyond for us, and even though the room could use a little work (door to the amoire fell off almost hitting us and the faucet dripped a bit) it was a very charming place to spend in the Big Easy. Highly recommend staying here.
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- Intimate French Quarter Hotel housed in building dating from the early 1900s. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Prince Conti New Orleans
- Hotel Prince Conti