I was one of the group in town for the family reunion and have to agree with everything Deb had to say. One thing I don't think she mentioned was the beautiful porch and large patio with plenty of table and chairs to sit in. Very pretty and private. The food was wonderful. I was able to look at some of the other rooms and they are all so nice it is hard to choose between them. We stayed in the tchoupitoulas room, and while it wasn't as fancy as the others, it was private and quiet. Bed was a bit smaller than we were used to, but very comfortable. it is in a good location, one block from St. Charles bus/street cars. A few blocks the other way to Magazine street where there are shops and restaurants. Very easy to get downtown and back. We had a wonderful time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surrounded by magnolias and live oaks the neighborhood is filled with grand mansions and beautiful gardens. Guests are steps away from the shops on Magazine Street and St. Charles Avenue which puts the French Quarter and Tulane and Loyola universities within easy reach. Rooms range from intimate doubles to grand king suites. Continental breakfast included in rates. Come enjoy New Orleans and live like a local. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sully Mansion b&b
- Sully Mansion Hotel New Orleans