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Annabelle's is a mixed experience but then, so is New Orleans. The location is ideal as it is only a block from the trolley and there is a decent coffee house and restaurant (with bar naturally) right across the way. The room was more spacious...More
My husband and I choose a bed and breakfast in New Orleans as we had never been, thought we might have interaction with the homeowners/personnel and enjoy a homier atmosphere. We booked for two nights (Sat. & Sun.)
GOOD THINGS: First -built in 1850’s decorated...More
The good things: Nice staff and owner. Very gracioous and helpful. Large room with interesting furnishings...more like an antique store but with lots of history. One block (short block) walk to the trolley on St. Charles but still took 1/2 hr to get to the...More
This is a perfect example of eclectic collection. Our room still had to have some finishing touches yet since Katrina wiped it out & the owners are still trying to fix the damage. That being said, the bathroom was very nice with a huge mirror...More
My daughter and I stayed here while moving her in to Tulane. The house is from the 1850's and is an absolute museum. You can spend hours looking at everything they have. The staircase is absolutely gorgeous! Our room was on the second floor. It...More
$75 - $275 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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