My husband and I travelled to New Orleans with another couple. We were looking for a hotel that was near The French Quarter and Bourbon Street, Economical, and Not a "traditional" hotel. We thought we would have to sacrifice on at least one of these three. However, The Olde Towne Inn exceeded all of our desires. The rooms were quaintly personalized, the courtyard provided endless amusement, and the breakfast (although simple coffee and pastries) was fresh and delicious. In response to the reviews discussions about noise, we had no problems at all. We stayed in the middle rooms (across from the vending machines), next door to each other and a couple of doors down from a couple with a young child. We experienced no issues with outside noises. The staff and accomodations made an already memorable vacation even more so and we are already looking forward to our next stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- When it comes to a charming pet friendly New Orleans Inn, Olde Town Inn is one of the best. Located in the historic and quiet Marigny neighborhood, our Guests stay in one of Americas four hippest neighborhoods according to Travel and Leisure, which is adjacent to the French Quarter and has a bohemian mix of residents and is the most charming, centrally located and historically significant neighborhood in New Orleans, only a short 2 block walk to the famous music and restaurants of Frenchmen Street. Our luscious tropical Courtyard is an oasis and our rooms are eclectically furnished combining antiques with modern amenities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Olde Town Hotel New Orleans