My husband and I stayed at the Jazz Quarters in for our first anniversary. We had never stayed at a B&B before but we thoroughly enjoyed our time at the Jazz Quarters Inn. We had also never been to NOLA prior, so I relied heavily on Trip Advisor in finding a place to stay and this time TA didn't let us down. The B&B was in the perfect location (it's close enough to the quarter to walk but far enough away to not hear the hustle and bustle in the evening). The cottages are behind a gate and there is even a safe place to park your car (which is rare in Nola). We felt comfortable walking back and forth both at night and day and for the price of being this close to the quarter you really can't beat it!
Breakfast was delicious every morning and was served early enough for us to eat and then be on our way for the remainder of the day. The hosts were very hospitable, always checking to see if they could get you anything or help you with anything (I work in the hospitality industry and this is rare). We stayed in the Mayfield Room which had both a living room area and bed room (the two rooms made you feel like you had a lot more room compared to a hotel room which was nice, however, we didn't spend too much time at the B&B).
If we're lucky enough to come back to Nola we will be returning to the Jazz Quarters for our stay. I would recommend to anyone looking for accommodations.
- Also Known As:
- The New Orleans Jazz Quarters Hotel New Orleans
- The New Orleans Jazz Quarters Hotel
- 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