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Hotel Peter And Paul

2317 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70117-8533
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A historic church, school house, rectory and convent, reborn as Hotel Peter and Paul. The historic campus constitutes four buildings: the former school house, rectory, church and convent, each carefully restored and repurposed for new congregants. Each building has its own inspiration and narrative and the resulting restoration ensures that no two guest rooms are exactly alike.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Non-smoking hotel
Free internet
Public wifi
Breakfast available
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Dry cleaning
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Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Such a great experience! Hotel Peter and Paul has it all--a wonderful retreat with historic charm in a great neighborhood. The staff was wonderful--warm, attentive and helpful with tips for what to do and see. And the best part is you're just a 15-minute walk to the French Quarter so you're close to the action without being overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle. And this is a family-friendly hotel--it was the perfect blend of luxury and comfort.
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Out of the noise and chaos of Bourbon and downtown you're going to find the most amazing hotel in the city! Walking distance to Frenchmen St. and two blocks from a more local strip of bars and restaurants you'll find Hotel Peter & Paul. My wife and I were shocked at this spectacular renovation! The miracle of the details put into this hotel should have the city abuzz! I'm dead serious when I say that this is the perfect location for the more sophisticated visitor... those more interested in getting to really know this city and it's complexities could find no better starting point. From the amazing room literature (I highly recommend out-of-towners read the insiders tips provided in your room!) to the imported European furniture and design elements that give the entire space a French Orleans flair... the stay was a delight! The hotels staff were spectacular, friendly, professional and they welcomed us to explore which we did with a vengeance! There are so many interesting design elements... I'd rarely say that a hotel could be a destination in upon itself, but that's certainly the case here! The good news for locals is that you don't need to be a guest to visit the bar, coffee shop and restaurant areas, and after just one visit I think it's fair to say you'll want to spend the night! Our bed and shower were spectacular! We can't wait to visit again!
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Response from mac_nola, Director of Brand & Culture at Hotel Peter And Paul
Responded Dec 11, 2018
Scott - we're so happy to hear you enjoyed! We are new in the neighborhood (but not the first to occupy this wonderful space) and we feel so fortunate to be able to share it with you, the neighborhood, and the rest of our wonderful city. We'll make sure to share your kind words with our staff. Come back again and see us soon - we'll be on the lookout! Best, Mac
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This hotel has it all. It has charm, history, its clean and the service is great. It is located within walking distance of several cool restaurants and bars! And located across the street from one of the best breakfast spots in the city - Who Dat Cafe. My wife and I live in New Orleans and stayed here on a staycation. We will be back!
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I had a long stay here, and overall really enjoyed. The hotel has been tastefully restored and decorated and the staff are very friendly and helpful. The church is beautiful (I took advantage of a yoga class there on Sunday). My room was on the ground floor, and though rather basic, it was comfortable for my needs. One thing that was missing was a mug in the room for making hot drinks (I also asked for kettle). It would have been great to have a few more shelves in the bathroom to store stuff (I used the floor a lot). I think one thing that could really be improved are the offerings in the cafe. There is no breakfast on offer, and the scones and cake sold out very quickly in the morning, meaning I had to find somewhere else for breakfast. It would be great if they stocked plenty of bagels, fruit and croissants so that guests can grab a quick breakfast.
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We were part of a group attending a destination wedding in New Orleans. The hotel was recommended by the wedding party,, I think primarily for it's location and history. Our room in the School building was quite small. The amoire only held hang up clothes; there was no where to put folding clothes (which was doable since we were there for 3 nights). There were two glasses in the room, one of which had what looked like toothpaste residue in it. The bathroom didn't have any place for us to put our toiletries; no room on the sink. There was only one hook on which to hang used bath towels so we draped them over this small wicker towel storage unit. The shower head was in the ceiling so that if you didn't want to get your hair wet, you had to cover your head or lean your head out of range of the water. What we missed most was not having a refrigerator or coffee unit in the room. As one of our fellow wedding guests "the room is not practical". A positive was that the air conditioning worked well.
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$147 - $397 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesLouisianaNew OrleansBywater District / Faubourg Marigny & Bywater / Marigny
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