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All reviewsbourbon stblacksmith shopquiet endfrench quarterpeople watchingperfect locationwalking distancegreat place to staythird flooreach morningyogurtcontinental breakfastbeautiful roomhigh ceilingsbed was very comfortablefew blocksjackson square
My husband and I stayed at Lafitte's Guesthouse for a one night getaway . Getting and parking at the guesthouse is no problem (even though it's off Bourbon) --however that is getting there at 3pm. The staff was beyond friendly and helpful. We felt very...More
2 Thank Samantha J
Management response:Responded 14 July 2017
Thank you for your review and we are so happy you enjoyed your stay! Let us know when you are back in town and we would love to host you again!
We found our spot in New Orleans! Perfect Location! Enjoyed Frenchmen Street and the French Quarter- both within a few steps. Felt very safe; beautiful, warm pool! Very nice rooms! Great service - just cannot say enough about this hotel- even the parking was awesome-ph...More
New ownership adds the perfect subtle touches to what was already a hidden neighborhood gem for lodging. The way we were treated by the owners themselves, manager and staff makes it always our first choice anytime we're in New Orleans.
Visited just after Mardi Gras and would consider it the perfect time to come, both crowd and weather-wise. The hotel itself is a very cool home style art gallery. It is indeed worn down but kind of adds to the charm of the place. Billy...More
1 Thank Justin L
Response from Cody M, General Manager at Lafitte Guest HouseResponded 5 April 2017
Thank you for your incredible review!
We do love Billy here, and hope for many years to come. He's become a regular of one of the faces here at our Front Desk.
Congratulations to your brother, and we hope to see you all back here...More
The staff is amazing! Friendly and helpful. A wonderful, inviting place to stay. Located on Bourbon Street. Close enough to walk a few blocks to the mayhem but quiet in the evenings. Get a balcony room and enjoy the view.
1 Thank Rebecca S
Response from Cody M, General Manager at Lafitte Guest HouseResponded 2 April 2017
We are pleased that you enjoyed your stay here with us.
Our main focus is that of our guests, and we are excited to hear you loved us as much as we loved y'all.
We cant wait for you all to come back!
A small and teeming network of laissez-faire living lounged out on the balmy banks of the Mighty Mississippi, the French Quarter has long been a port of call for folks in search of a good time and a great story. Perpetually inebriated Bourbon Street runs across its midriff like a strand of cheap ribbon tied around an otherwise rather pretty and impressively well-kept vintage dress. Throughout the rest of the
Quarter, brightly colored Victorian homes and businesses, famously done up with wrought-iron features, provide a distinct and immediately recognizable backdrop for all varieties of fun. At any given moment in this historic riverside setting, some of America’s finest meals are being cooked, most potent cocktails are being mixed, and most engaging music is being performed.
Response from Marissa H | Reviewed this property |
Each room does not have a balcony. There is a shared balcony off the kitchen. The back rooms are very small- the slave quarters- that is where I stayed. The main rooms in the house are quite large and have large... More
Each room does not have a balcony. There is a shared balcony off the kitchen. The back rooms are very small- the slave quarters- that is where I stayed. The main rooms in the house are quite large and have large doors and high ceilings - but it is an old historic building, so the bathrooms can be small. I hope you have a wonderful trip. Be sure to do a cocktail tour or ghost tour- they are so fun.
Response from kingramwilson | Reviewed this property |
It's very quiet since it's just past the bar section of Bourbon. You can occasionally hear a bit from the Blacksmith's bar right across the street, but it isn't bad. We were there on a very busy weekend and it was fine.