|Per night||$79 - $120|
•A lush courtyard with hot tub and dining area.
•Complimentary Continental Breakfast with fresh fruit, pastries, cereal, muffins and coffee.
•A complimentary Wine and Cheese Hour at 6 pm.
Famous Bourbon Street is just a 1/2 block away in the heart of the French Quarter.
You might never stay in a cookie-cutter hotel again!
These rates are a 2 person occupancy rate each additional person is $10. Weekly and monthly rates do not apply to holidays and special events. Please view our holiday and special rates page along with the policies.
|Jan 01 2013||Dec 31 2014||$79||$120||-||-||-|
|Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 13%|
|Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express|
|Other Fees: $1 per night tourism tax|
October 10, 2012
The property was in good condition, beds were fantastic. A bit of a walk to the french quarter, but an excellent experience!
August 14, 2012
Nice place, nice people, we really enjoyed our stay. Genuine NOLA atmosphere...
July 17, 2012
We never had an opportunity to stay at this property. We needed a 2 bedroom apartment. We requested one but there is no way to get a guarantee. We were not informed that we did not get the two bedroom until after they charged our credit card for the deposit. We had to argue before they would give us back our deposit to book at another hotel.
Houston, Texas USA
July 14, 2012
Excellent place. John, Edon, and the housekeeper all made our stay pleasurable. We have decided that this will be the place that we stay from this point forward.
April 10, 2012
The way the B&B presents itself is right on target. It is a fun and relaxed place. It is not the Hilton. It is a funky old house with slave quarters, a rich history, and a fabulous host. Bourbon Street is right around the corner; the market is right on the corner; cafes, restaurants, & shops are all within walking distance! Loved it!! Thanks for your hospitality Bill!
April 5, 2012
This B&B has the greatest location! We had a wonderful stay - the staff were so friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating. We will definitely stay here again when we visit New Orleans.
May 17, 2011
Wonderful location just a few short blocks from Bourbon street. My friends and I had an excellent time, the hospitality was great, and everyone should definitely he down and stay with InntheQuarter if they get the chance.
Lisa Fox-Del Zoppo
Ann Arbor, MI
January 5, 2011
We were very comfortable with 4 people in our room. We had wine and cheese and storytelling every night with the owner and other guests, a hot tub, and great location!! We would definitely recommend this B&B.
December 6, 2010
This is the best bed and breakfast I have ever stayed at. The four guest rooms are all off a large common room with a kitchen stocked with breakfast goodies. Spacious bedroom with a bathroom bigger than some NYC apartments. Beautiful backyard with several places to hang out. The Marigny Street district has the same character as the French Quarter without all the tourists. The Quarter and the Cabrini Dog Park are about a ten minute walk. Gated parking for one car, and my dogs were welcomed. Five stars.
Cid H. Morgan
October 7, 2010
Nice place right in the quarter. Enjoyed the wine/cheese in the evening and speaking to other guests. Would have preferred a ground floor room because I had a dog and a lot of luggage. Good information from the proprieters about what to do and where to go in the quarter.
David C. Bufton
June 3, 2010
Arived for a 4 night stay in the beautiful city of New Orleans. Had to double park to unload in front of hotel. Reception was very European in nature, read small and spartan. Had to trek up to the third floor for our balcony room. Extremely hot climb with luggage. I parked the car at their private parking garage included in the room rate. It was 5+ blocks away in a rather unsaviorary section of town. The key was attached to a 2X4 wooden block to prevent non-return or theft of the key. The room was nice upon initial inspection, antique brick wall OK bed, wash sink in room, toilet and bath in bath room. There was no closet to hang clothes, just a hanging rod over the chest of drawers, inaquate hanging height for shirts. All of these things could have been overlooked if not for the ceiling paint that was peeling, and ceiling trim work that was falling down from moisture infusion from the roof. The water damage caused a mouldy odor in the room that the wall mounted (loud)A/C unit could not extract. The front desk was visited and we were shown another room that was equally unsuitable and decided to have a post travel day drink and evaluate our options. Lo and behold the ice machine was broken and awaiting repair. No ice for our cold drink. Even so we decided to tour the French Quarter and spend the night. Upon return from an amazing meal at The Gumbo Shop, we turned in for the night. I awoke to my Loves statement, this bed and place Fuc...g sucks. We found alternate accomodation.
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