The room was nice and spacious but a bit dark, we liked the free bottled water but were disappointed how little it felt like a B&B. It is really much more like a small hotel with its over 15 rooms and buffet-style cold breakfast. There was not anything offered what I like so much about B&Bs, like fresh scrambled eggs, pancakes, waffles, or whatever, just a bit of personal service in the morning would have been nice. It also wasn't neatly arranged, the orange juice came in little tetra-packs and this is how everybody drank it, not very atmospheric. The furniture outside wasn't cleaned and had partially bird-do on it, what made us walking back inside and take our coffee there. I understand that this can happen under the trees, but if this is the main breakfast area, I think you have to clean the terrace in the mornings. Overall, it isn't a bad experience, just nothing special like we thought it would be when we thought we would stay in a so called B&B not in a hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled among the centuries old oaks on the famed St. Charles Streetcar line, in the heart of the Uptown/Garden District, guests are only minutes from the French Quarter and the Central Business District. The Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast has 17 beautifully appointed guest rooms, each featuring hardwood floors, high ceilings, updated private baths, cable TV, telephones with voice mail and data ports. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Avenue Inn b&b
- Avenue Hotel New Orleans