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All reviewsmiss patmain mansionold mansionpool and hot tubfrench quarterport of callother guestsesplanade avenuewithin walking distancethird floorbreakfast each morningcookie cutterfew blocksfrenchman stsouthern hospitalityceiling fanfront porch
I must say the place is very unique, the breakfast is fantastic, the rooms could use a little more house keeping, floors were dirty, I saw a dime in plain view beside the bed. I felt like I had to wear something on my feet...More
It was different than hotel,very old place with tropical garden.We like the brekfast in the dining room ,furnished nicely like home .Pool is small but was ok.Hot tub out of service.They have to clean the outside near the pool,some mess.Room was nice size,bathroom little moldy.The...More
My partner and I stayed for 4 nights over Halloween. Both locations were decorated inside and out - I especially loved the legs of the Wicked Witch wearing ruby slippers sticking out from the sofa in the main building! Tanya cooked an awesome hot breakfast...More
This was my fourth time in New Orleans. My boyfriend and I stayed at Rathbone for 5 nights and it was fantastic. Something completely different from the regular hotels that we've stayed at in New Orleans before, but it was exactly what we were looking...More
We visited Rathbone for 3 nights with another couple in October, 2013. It is an older place converted to allow a separate entrance for every guest room. Our room was #2 and it was clean and a decent size. It had its' own bathroom. There...More
Response from SZQINSINCITY | Reviewed this property |
During the week there are bagels, English muffins, toast, cereals, yogurt, juice, coffee, and on the weekends a hot breakfast item is prepared as well. Enough to get you going for a day of fun exploring New Orleans.....
Response from flash2001 | Reviewed this property |
It probably would not be a problem if you were low key about it. There is no central lobby to Rathbone Mansion. All rooms are accessible from either exterior doorways or a central upstairs hallway. I just wouldn't invite... More
It probably would not be a problem if you were low key about it. There is no central lobby to Rathbone Mansion. All rooms are accessible from either exterior doorways or a central upstairs hallway. I just wouldn't invite your overnight guests to the breakfast in the dining room.
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"Upstairs rooms are only accessible by stairways...being an older refurbished mansion there are no elevators."