Sully Mansion was a lovely place and the atmosphere was relaxing. The room was clean and very cute/nostalgic,the bathroom was a nice size but the towels looked and felt old and worn..so I definitely did not use their towels at shower time! One of the innkeepers made it a point to ask my friend and I whether we wanted tea or coffee the next morning..we said tea but they served us coffee instead (wonder why?). I decided not to drink the coffee and headed downstairs..Breakfast was terrible and not even close to gourmet. We had dry eggs with shriveled up mushrooms,they served a couple slices of oranges and a few very unripe honeydew melons. Oh yeah and a few cinnamon rolls..you would think that since there are only a few guests staying in the mansion that the breakfast would actually be worthwhile (paid over $200 for a nights stay) could get a much tastier breakfast at a motel 6 and that is pretty sad. I was also surprised by their rudeness and occasional snide comments..yeah southern hospitality alright. Just based on thoes things alone I definitely wouldn't stay here again. Yuck!
- Also Known As:
- Sully Mansion b&b
- Sully Mansion Hotel
- Sully Mansion Hotel New Orleans
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surrounded by magnolias and live oaks the neighborhood is filled with grand mansions and beautiful gardens. Guests are steps away from the shops on Magazine Street and St. Charles Avenue which puts the French Quarter and Tulane and Loyola universities within easy reach. Rooms range from intimate doubles to grand king suites. Home made breakfast included in rates. Come enjoy New Orleans and live like a local. ... more less