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We were impressed by the staff, the location and the historic nature of this hotel. The accommodations are old, but very comfortable. When one imagines that this hotel was originally a residence, it is mind boggling. The chandelier in the bar is stunning, and there...More
Built in 1883 the mansion only has 20 rooms each uniquely decorated with Victorian furnishings or circa 1930. If you're looking for a mini bar, refrigerator or microwave you're not going to find it at The Columns. However, if you want to step back in...More
We visited this place during the Mardi Gras parades. We purchased a wrist band to be able to get drinks and be able to use the bathroom. Best $10.00 spent. We went into the hotel and we visited the bar and ordered some drinks. We...More
The hotel is located on St Charles in the garden district, this provides easy access to all New Orleans has to offer.
The hotel has friendly staff , a great bar and a picturesque front porch. The hotel also has charming rooms , but at...More
Terrible is too charitable; this place is a dump. The front porch is justly famous for the casual perch above St. Charles Avenue, where one can sip a sazerac, enjoy the breeze and transport to a bygone era. But the rough furniture and spartan cracking...More