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.
The hotel is beautiful. However, we were there while they were housing refuges. The hallway of certain floors didn’t smell so good. The rooms had a awful smell. Thank God we came equipped with cleaning supplies to disinfect and clean our rooms because that was the only way I was able to get that smell out of the room. My sheets had a ring spot on it. I requested new sheets, and the front desk gave me new sheets to put on the bed, which I felt like housekeeping should have done that. I walked around with Ozium air sanitizer as I walked down the hallways to help with the smell. Customer service was good in the morning/afternoon, but the evening/night staff was horrible. My friend was waiting on towels for over an hour. The cleaning staff left bags of trash that stocked outside the rooms from that evening until the next morning. When we called the front desk for them to send someone to come get the trash, we were told there was no one there to come get the trash. I will never stay here again.…
Lovely hotel, really friendly staff & a great location. The Trolley bus Stop is right outside, but it's only a 15 minute walk to Bourbon Street. The hotel actually has a little outside area with tables & chairs you can sit in, cold beer in hand(don't know why you'd want to be frozen with air-conditioning inside but I'm english)
My daughter and I spent 3 nights at Hotel Indigo. W were on a girls trip to New Orleans. We arrived at the hotel before 11 am but they had a room ready for us so we were able to drop off our things before exploring the city. The hotel along the St. Charles Streetcar line which made it very easy to park the car and take the streetcar using a 3 day pass. The valet parking was an additional $30 per day but I was aware of that soit was not a surprise. Parking is at premium all over the city so the price was not too bad. We had a 2 queen bed room on the 3rd floor. The beds were comfortable and we had alot of pillows. The bathroom was big and beautiful with a large shower stall and a wall seperating the toilet from the rest of the bathroom. We had alot of counter space. The TV was very large with a good selection of channels. We did not try the restaurant off the lobby as there are several places to eat in easy walking distance. there is a small convience store across Jackson. We had a great time in NOLA and we were really glad we made Hotel Indigo our base for the trip.…
The pictures do not accurately express the dreariness and darkness I encountered. The lobby is a little disjointed, not able to see how large and welcoming this hotel could be. The elevator is very small and when the doors opened on third floor I was really disappointed, very gaudy dark colors that let no light shine or reflect. My room was very average, no spark like the pictures show. The room spoke of no one cares here.... It was very dark and the lighting very poor. The upholstery on the bench at the end of the bed was stained, the dresser had numerous swatches of unknown past spills the bed looked comfortable and the reading lights worked well. Inattentiveness to detail was everywhere in small ways, add toiletires as needed, pay attention when coffee or tea needs to be added. The front desk staff said the hotel had changed owners in December after having many other "brands" in the past. The restaurant was rarely busy and when our group of three had Dinner I questioned what the 18% meant that was added on the Bill, no one knew! Soon after someone called and said they were adjusting the Bill because the IRD for 18% was for room service.... So, I was there and made the best of it but will not return. …
Imaging this... it’s two am, you are rolling in from a 12 hour trip, you get to your hotel to find out that Booking.com booked you a room that doesn’t exist and the city is sold out. That’s what happened to me and my three kids. BUT Lorraine at Hotel Indigo made a way and in the middle of the night rushed around and cleaned a dirty room so that my kids and I could have a place to sleep for at least the night. She was an angel and the hotel is great! This place and the people were a God sent!