We stayed here for a week through New Years 2014 and the hotel was fabulous. From the moment we arrived we felt as if we were part of a truly unique New Orleans experience.
The initial room we were given was on the third floor "attic room" and while it was large in size we had an issue when it rained that night. We woke up to some water leaking through the skylight and onto the bed which was pretty startling for a "haunted" city such as New Orleans.
When I spoke to the hotel management on this they were all extremely helpful and quick in moving us to a smaller but more decorative room on the second floor. They even included breakfast for the duration of our stay for the inconvenience it caused which was a nice touch.
The breakfast on a daily basis was very good and efficient, chicory coffee and the warm biscuits were amazing and served with a hot stone to keep them that way. Excellent service! We also like the grown-up honor bar and the comfortable, cozy atmosphere.
Overall this hotel lived up to our expectations - the architecture, the period-appropriate decoration and attention to details was exactly what we were looking for, if you want an upscale place to beat the madness of Bourbon Street but still get that unique New Orleans feel Soniat House is the place for you!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A historic small inn in the quiet residential section of the French Quarter. Three townhouses built in 1830 by the Soniat family now operated as a hotel. Exquisitely furnished. Lush tropical courtyards. The hotel has 20 suites and 10 rooms. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Soniat House Hotel New Orleans
- Soniat Hotel New Orleans