This hotel has some advantages and disadvantages. It's an old house with about 10 guest rooms. If you are looking for "JUST A ROOM" away from all the tourist action without any luxuries then this is just the place for you. It's located at the very far end of Canal Street and right across the street from the trolly. You can be downtown to enjoy the scenery within about 5-10 minutes. I stayed in the first room which is located just off the front porch. BEWARE because you'll hear EVERYTHING from street traffic to other guests entering and exiting the hotel. The room is quite large and clean with a full or very small queen bed. There is a fireplace which doesn't appear to work as it's stuffed with a plant. If you want a luxury bathroom .. FORGET IT!! The bathroom is old with crack tiles on the wall and a sloped stand-up shower. There is also a very small closet INSIDE the bathroom. There is NO additional closet space; however, there is a very nice sized armoire in the bedroom. The real negative concerns with this hotel is that the power ONLY in our room went out TWICE. The first time it was out for about 12 hours. I placed a call from MY CELL PHONE to the manager since there is NO PHONE located in the room and NO STAFF available around the clock. The maintenance person appears to be inexperienced or simply didn't know what he was doing. I was very upset but wanted to enjoy the last night of my stay in New Orleans. The final straw was when we returned to the room to find the electricity out AGAIN. We immediately contacted the manager, who was fortunately on-site. Fortunately the lights were back on pretty quick this time. I don't know about the rest of the rooms but that room was NOT a great choice. Also BEWARE of the small hole in the floor in this room where you can see clearly into the basement of the house. I would rather have stayed at a cheap hotel which would have provided much better service!