Grenoble House is an excellent choice for travelers visiting New Orleans, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Grenoble House offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a 24 hour front desk and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast.
While staying at Grenoble House, visitors can check out Lalaurie Mansion (0.6 mi) and Magazine Street (1.3 mi), some of New Orleans' top attractions.
Travelers looking to enjoy some tapas can head to Cochon Butcher, Three Muses, or Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits. Otherwise, you may want to check out a seafood restaurant such as Oceana Grill, Commander's Palace, or GW Fins.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as Jamie Hayes Gallery, Rosetree Blown Glass Studio, and The Shard Shop.
Enjoy your stay in New Orleans!
Smooth and easy. Check in was a breeze. European style room key means you leave the key at the desk. Pool looked cool, though I didn't go in. The folks at the desk are helpful and there is always someone at the desk. They lent us chairs for Jazzfest.
Grenoble House was the perfect spot for meeting up with high school friends. (We graduated in 1975!) We found the perfect spots for visiting and catching up. The staff was pleasant and accommodating. Highly recommend!
Hoteliers don't get any better than Vic at Grenoble House. We had a group going for French Quarter Fest which was postponed 4 times over 2 years before it finally came off on a beautiful weekend in April. So, for our group, it was complicated. But, Vic was great to work with. We hosted a courtyard happy hour for our local friends in the courtyard and, once again, Vic and his team went above and beyond to make it a great evening. Thanks to everyone there.
I booked a suite at Grenoble House for my fiance's 30th birthday and we had the best time! We stayed at what seemed like an off-peak time and we got our room upgraded without asking for it. I chose Grenoble House from looking at the pictures because it seemed to have a lot of charm, and it really does. My fiance and I loved the pool/hot tub area. The location is very central, around the corner from Bourbon Street. For anyone who stays here, bear in mind that it is very loud at night - this isn't a fault of Grenoble House, it's just a side effect to staying in an old building in the biggest party city in America - so I would recommend ear plugs for sleeping. Champagne (works at the front desk) was the nicest guy to chat with and had great recommendations for places to eat around New Orleans. We would definitely stay again. Thank you to the staff at Grenoble House!…
Review should be considered a 3 1/2. Pros: location, comfy bed, cleanliness, quiet Cons: scant Wi-Fi, OVERWHELMINGLY fragranced sheets and towels (I'd lose whatever you're putting in the dryer since a lot of people have allergies). We needed Wi-Fi, which mostly didn't work, and two of us couldn't use our phone in the room, problematic toilet, which was fixed promptly and which we learned to fix, when it happened, again, very steep staircase, ran out of hot water with very little shower time. The re-entry to the hotel is a European system whereby you leave your key and then ring to get back in the hotel and retrieve your key. Mostly worked out except for when the night person was otherwise engaged.
We stayed in a 2 bedroom, 2 bath property for 4 nights. The location is perfect in the French Quarter. Our rooms had windows on Dauphine Street, so it was a bit noisy at times, but that is to be expected when you are so close to Bourbon Street. The beds and pillows are very comfortable and we all slept very well. The room had plenty of space to spread out. The kitchen had all the necessities, but we did not use it as there are so many great restaurants everywhere in the French Quarter. It was a little cool for the pool, but we did use the hot tub and ate a meal outside. It is a cozy spot and we had it all to ourselves even though there were plenty of people staying at the property. The front desk attendants were very friendly and gave us plenty of great advice on where to go and what to see. Would highly recommend this hotel.…
Besides the great location, the room was very clean and has everything you could need. The staff (Champagne especially) was always there to greet and help with anything you could possibly need. There is a beautiful court yard that we sat in and enjoyed an evening cocktail after a long day walking the French Quarters. Even though I do not cook during our stay, we love the full kitchen so we can bring back any leftovers since we find ourselves ordering more than we can eat. We love trying new and favorite dishes when we visit New Orleans
The Grenoble House was the perfect choice for our family reunion. Our entire (22 people) party were able to stay there and use the open courtyards to get together between outings and host a birthday dinner in one of the suites. Our favorite thing was you could walk EVERYWHERE from this location to hit all the top spots. We did not order one cab/Uber all weekend, except to go to the airport. Champagne was so helpful and hospitable and we loved chatting with him during our stay.
Grenoble House is a great hotel in the French Quarter. The staff was very courteous and friendly. Mr. Champagne and all the other front desk workers were a great help to me many times during my stay and helped me get a taxi during the busy Mardi Gras weekend. I've stayed at many hotels in the Quarter and Grenoble House definitely stood out. My room was huge and had a kitchen, with oven, microwave, fridge, etc. The fridge came in handy for leftovers and King Cake. One thing to keep in mind is that the building has no elevators, so if you have heavy luggage or are traveling with a person who has difficulty ascending stairs, you may want to plan accordingly. Also if you have a room facing Dauphine street, the noise can be very loud in the middle of the night, which is to be expected during Mardi Gras, so light sleepers might want to pack earplugs or ask for an interior room facing the pool or courtyard. Overall, Grenoble House was a great hotel to stay at, especially for the price. Thanks again to Mr. Champagne for holding a box of beads I had shipped to the hotel before I arrived and making sure I received my delivery of throws…
Grenoble House was great, it was a little gem in French Quarter. Its location was great, close to all the restaurants and public transportation but not in the center of all the parties so you can still get a good night’s sleep. The people working the front desk were nice and friendly.