We stayed for 3 nights and it was just perfect. Close enough to Bourbon street but far enough away that it wasn't super loud. We had room #2, which was on the street side. It was a little loud at times but we absolutely enjoyed it. Staff was extremely helpful and accommodating! Only complaint was lack of water pressure and the wait for hot water, but not an issue really. Would definitely stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Originally constructed in the 1700's, the Inn on Ursulines is one of the oldest structures in the French Quarter. Located between the famed Royal and Bourbon streets, this traditional Creole Cottage was once owned by Marie Laveau, who operated it as a guest house for travelers to the city seeking her services.While the smallest of the French Quarter Guest Houses group of boutique hotels, the Inn on Ursulines, and each of its 15 guest rooms, has been carefully restored to showcase the property's everlasting charm.Engrossed in the property's rich history and architecture are guest rooms providing today's traveler the comfort and modern conveniences expected of a great hotel. Our inviting courtyard is your personal sanctuary from the ongoing thrill that is the New Orleans experience. With both location and comfort, the Inn on Ursulines is the perfect home base for your next authentic French Quarter adventure. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ursuline Guest House Hotel New Orleans