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Adam the GM was always available and very helpful. We got there way before check in time, but he held our luggage. free drink tickets and super comfortable beds. Its at the end of royal st so not too loud at night, but still just...More
Having never visited New Orleans we were lead by a number of potential places to stay and eventually came across the Royal Street Inn and R Bar.
We had the Storyville suite, which has a good sized place with bedroom / living room with ensuite...More
We stayed in the Mississippi Room on March 6. Just a very quaint place and management is so welcoming. We got there a little early, but Adam saw us trying to get into the bar to check in and welcomed us in. He took us...More
Very cool little bar with a much more local vibe. Doesn’t feel at all like some of the tourist traps on bourbon street.Would love to book a room here next time I’m in town. Rooms look great and it’s just a couple of blocks from...More
Gumbo not that good. Drinks ok. P.O. boys good tho. Kind of a corner greasy spoon. Waitress was wonderful though. Oyster sampler platter was delicious. ESP since I love them cooked. In future I’d skip gumbo n go straight to oysters !!!
Nestled between the French Quarter and the Ninth Ward, the Faubourg Marigny & Bywater environs are largely residential. Of course, folks around here love to go out and have a good time as much as they do anywhere in NOLA. And if out-of-towners want to join in the festivities, well then so much the better! Home to some of the most revered live music venues in New Orleans, an eclectic gaggle of gourmand dining
destinations, and a come-as-you-are vibe that’s as infectious as it is alluring, this is real deal New Orleans oozing with southern hospitality and the promise of a most epic night out. For endless opportunities to boogie, to admire row upon row of lovingly restored homes, and to escape the fray of the more touristic parts of town (but still live it up in grand style) head to Faubourg Marigny & Bywater.
Royal St. Inn is 2-4 blocks from the Quarter, in a neighborhood like Lakeview or Ravenswood, so you have nothing to fear. But to be honest, there's no reason to go there. It's all t-shirt shops, Wrigleyville-esque douche... More
Royal St. Inn is 2-4 blocks from the Quarter, in a neighborhood like Lakeview or Ravenswood, so you have nothing to fear. But to be honest, there's no reason to go there. It's all t-shirt shops, Wrigleyville-esque douche bars, and vommit on the sidewalks from the patrons thereof. Skip it. The hotel leaves a list of what's good in the area, go with that. Or ask the staff - they're awesome! I guarantee you'll have a better time in NOLA if you do that.
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"all rooms have access to a balcony that over looks the street.First floor(marigny suite) can get loud at..."