Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting New Orleans, Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District makes it easy to enjoy the best of New Orleans.
Rooms at Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District guests have access to a 24 hour front desk and room service. You can also enjoy a fitness center and a lounge. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District.
While staying at Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District, visitors can check out St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 (1.8 mi) and Preservation Hall (1.9 mi), some of New Orleans' top attractions.
While in New Orleans be sure to experience local filet mignon favorites at Commander's Palace, GW Fins, or Irene's.
New Orleans is also known for some great monuments and statues, including Our Sacred Stories, Joan of Arc Statue, and Hurricane Katrina Memorial, which are not too far from Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Indigo New Orleans Garden District is sure to make your visit to New Orleans one worth remembering.
Pros: Safe area, easy to walk to garden district downtown, trolley picked up right outside which is a huge plus Cons: No mini fridge, paid for breakfast in our stay and their dining area was shut down but still had bags of popcorn or a cup of soup to add on as “room service”. There were some mentally ill people that would hangout in the lobby and my sister was told to go back to our room instead of telling the crazy person who’s bothering people to leave. Honestly I would stay closer to the French Quarter if that is your main priority.
***Updated Review*** I HATE to be that person that complains about EVERYTHING but once you have 1 issue I feel like everything after should be on point to make up for those issues. Unfortunately, that has not been the case. This hotel has valet parking at $30 a night. I knew this before I booked the room. When I got to the hotel Sunday afternoon 03/28/21 I was told that there was no valet Mon-Wed and I would be charged $10 to self-park. There was also a sign at the front desk stating Valet is Thursday thru Sunday. I was thinking YES!! how great. I even asked Since I leave early Thursday will they count that as a valet day and was told no. While I was there they also filmed the show, Queen Sugar, on-site which production took over most of the parking lot. Well about a week and a half later my bank statement was very different from the amount I was given and initially charged. They charged me for valet every day!! I called the hotel with no answer. I sent emails to whoever email address I could get from the website with no answer. My bank filed a dispute and of course, they answered and said I must be tripping my bill is right. Just another issue to add to my not-so-great experience. I'm mostly disappointed. I'm pretty sure they are short-staffed and overwhelmed but to get no response and no calls answered. I went on a mother-daughter vacation for spring break visiting from Indiana. I will be visiting New Orleans for a wedding next year and wanted to visit early. THE CONS: In the 1st room we had( yes 1st) there was a suspicious stain on the bench but we were ok with just putting a towel over it. I'm sure ppl eat and spill things & it could probably be cleaned with a little resolve. Then the toilet would not flush. The front desk staff was very friendly. They sent someone to fix it and it was fixed in approximately 30min. Well soon after it broke again. I was offered another room. The 2nd room was not cleaned well so I was offered a 3rd room. I was too tired to even complain about the small things and I took the room. I usually bring my own cleaner anyway with 4ppl in a room during covid. One of the outlets didn't work so we couldn't use the biggest light in the room. I was told if we put in an order for our room to be cleaned they would send someone. We were out all day and guess what?? Our room was not clean. I felt like a pest having to ask for towels, toilet paper, and trash bags. The Pros: The beds are really comfortable and you can get a good night's sleep. There are plenty of places within walking distance to eat, drink, etc. The trolley stops right in front of the hotel. Hot spots are less than 10min away if you are driving. The price point is great!…
When I say this was our favorite hotel of the trip that's out of five different IHG properties over nine nights - this place was fantastic. Loved the location and walkability around the Garden District (we went out walking every night around the area and to the locations we ate at each night). The room was incredible (although the barn door for the bathroom could use something to make it slide easier lol but it made for a good workout sliding it open). Staff was great and the valet service was very fast if you're needing to park a car.
My daughter and I stayed here visiting Tulane and other sights around new Orleans and were very pleased. The room was large, comfortable, and well appointed. It was right on the trolley line which was very convenient for getting around. We also loved being able to stroll the garden district and having access to the French quarter while being able to escape the madness when we wanted. All in all a great choice.
Not a luxury hotel at all. Similar to a Best Western. No concierge. No food at all on site although the other hotels in NOLA all seem to have opened up at least their breakfast venues again. Hallways are smelly and stale. No clocks or radios in the room which just makes the room feel cheap. The headboard and bathroom door had damage. No mini fridge. Wifi is too slow to load standard web pages. The bed is quite hard and there are no extra pillows available although clearly the hotel is no where near capacity. Housekeeping still doesn’t come to your room during the stay. It feels like they are stripping services to save money but saying it’s a Covid issue. But they do loudly clean the rooms around you and loudly slam doors. Speaking of which, every door and every drawer is on a spring that makes a slamming snap sound all day and night. I definitely wish I had paid less and gotten a better known name 4 star hotel in the french quarter. We definitely over paid for this 2-star experience. Wish I could have checked out after one night to stay somewhere else and I definitely won’t be back. …