My wife and I enjoyed six-nights at the Jazz Quarters, which provided safe, comfortable, and secure refuge from (and a quick easy, walk to) the bacchanal of Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. Each breakfasts was delicious and the personal yet unintrusive attention of inn keepers Lola and Vincent was appreciated. (Be sure to follow their advice for drinking, dining, neighborhood forays, and NOLA outings. The small staff was courteous and efficient. Be sure to visit the nearby Backstreet Museum and allow Sylvester to give you his informative tour.
Bottom Line: We will stay here next time we visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the Louis Armstrong National Historic Jazz Park. Three blocks from Bourbon Street, are the Garlands wonderfully restored Creole cottages. Dating from 1809-1820 these cottages were home to many families involved in the original Jazz movement in New Orleans. "Oh honey if them walls could talk!" Quote from a very old neighbor who played the piano at early neighborhood jazz clubs. Come behind the walls and experience the soul of New Orleans. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The New Orleans Jazz Quarters Hotel New Orleans