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Unfortunately me and my husband stayed here for fews nights. We were in the Gaston Room. I Don t know if the other rooms were better but our "suite" was terrible. During the night we couldn' t sleep because the conditioner was terribly noisy and...More
It was very exciting for us to be able to see the Degas House and to learn more about the painter's time spent in New Orleans as well as his rich Creole heritage. The tour was very interesting.
Some day in the near future we...More
I attended a wedding here durning a pending hurricane. The evening prior to it a curfew was put in force for the day of the wedding at 7pm and the wedding was to take place at 6pm. I called and spoke to David about my...More
So you want to live the Degas experience? But are you willing to go back in time?
We had to carry our luggage up the stairs (no elevator) to find a room without any windows.
There was a terrible smell in there that forced us...More
You do not necessarily need to be a history buff or an art lover to appreciate the Degas house. The tour and history of the family and of course Edward Degas himself is very interesting. The tour guide had a lot of first hand knowledge...More
Response from degashouse, Social Media Marketer at Degas HouseResponded 3 August 2017
Thank you for submitting your kind review of the Edgar Degas House Creole Impressionist Tour at Degas House. We are thrilled that you enjoyed the tour and took the time to submit your 5-star review. Thanks again!
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Parking is free around Degas House on the side street, which is where most B&B guests park. Parking for events is also free, and that is in our fenced-in parking lot a block away. If you choose to park there, even as a B&B... More
Parking is free around Degas House on the side street, which is where most B&B guests park. Parking for events is also free, and that is in our fenced-in parking lot a block away. If you choose to park there, even as a B&B guest, you can do that, and it will be locked at night. Speak to our innkeepers when you check in.
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