Booked 2 nights for my wedding. The first night we were upgraded to their largest room which was spacious and lovely. The decor is amazing however the television didn’t work in this room and when we advised them they didnt know how to fix the television. I also needed to borrow an iron and an ironing board... I received a terrible old iron and board which didn’t even stand up right,.. the iron was so old it burnt my beautiful dress.
Stayed here 1 night. The room needed some TLC very old, stuffy and badly needs a refurbishment. The windows are single pane so you can hear everything outside. The front porch is lovely and beautiful. Customer service could be more professional and courteous. Price point is mostly due to convenient location and history of the hotel, not based on stellar accommodations.
The Cornstalk was in a great part of the French Quarter, had lots of original charm but felt a little unloved. I was really looking forward to my 6 night stay - we had booked 4 rooms in total. It was also very cold in my room as there is no heating in the hotel and i stayed in January. There was constant cold air blasting up from vents in the floor which i covered with towels to prevent the room getting even colder. I did get an old heater from the reception one day but they took it back as it was heating up the reception. I had to sleep in my jumper each night. The shower wasn’t great it ran cold after a few minutes. I also had a used condom wrapper under my bed when i arrived and it was there two days later until I had to get someone from the reception to retrieve it. It could be a great place with a bit of an upgrade but I wont be booking again for my next trip.…
Gorgeous place to visit. The hotel is breathtaking and well worth a visit to take photos. Google the history of why the iron fence was commissioned. Beautiful inside and lovely rooms - gets booked quickly so don't dely
This hotel was definitely historic. The rooms were old and a little worn, but it’s all about the experience. It was safe and clean, and the location could not be beat. No restaurants onsite, but Nola is full of amazing restaurants. The staff were really nice.