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Don't you ever even in the most desperate situation book this Hotel. No maintenance at all. Dirty Room. Damage lamps. Poor clean. Uncomfortable bed and pillows. Do not have a TV. Nothing to recommend at all.
This place was great. Awesome location close to everything. If you expect something fancy this is not it, but for $80 a night during Mardi Gras and a awesome location, this place is well worth it. Great staff and great building!!
My wife and I owned a 125 year old historic hotel, so we knew what to expect. I wish we knew what we were getting into. DO NOT BOOK THIS DIVE. The only thing good about this experience was eating pizza from the in house...More
If you don't want to spend too much money and stay not far from the center, this is the place to go to. The rooms and the toilet were very clean and all the people who work there were very kind and able to give...More
Stayed here as it was closest to the French Quarter with self parking for around $100 per night.
Friend checked in around midnight and left. I was too tired and stayed my reservation.
No TV, room filthy, stains everywhere, elevator not working, no towel service,...More
US$ 48 - US$ 87 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I had a large bedroom , a alcove with sink and bench and a resonable bathroom . i travel light ,, the vincent was a travellers experiance and i wouldnt have even thought closet space was of any interest or value to me . i... More
I had a large bedroom , a alcove with sink and bench and a resonable bathroom . i travel light ,, the vincent was a travellers experiance and i wouldnt have even thought closet space was of any interest or value to me . i enjoyed the st vincents for what it was , run down , large , spooky, beautiful ,a all time experiance that i would advise to open minded travellers. i recommend it at the price and will willing return . next time for ten days. closet wth. ?