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My husband and I stayed here for four nights in March and just loved it. The location is ideal as it is just one block from the French Market and you can walk to many restaurants and sightseeing spots. Jason, the Manager, was very friendly...More
My husband and I stayed here one night. It was the perfect spot. A block off Bourbon Street and. Block from Frenchman Street so it was nice to get back to our room away from the crazies.
Our room was so sweet! We had a...More
My husband and I stayed here for our belated honeymoon. Most authentic local experience we could've asked for. Staff were helpful, friendly, and locals that had more knowledge than you could imagine. There are renovations being done to the courtyard and pool but these will...More
Jean Lafitte House was the perfect place to stay for a true authentic Nola feel. The history of the building, the guest rooms, the courtyard and pool are perfection. Rustic Shabby Chic feel with an amazing staff. I arrived at a very late check in...More
We had this hotel booked for our daughter and friends for VooDoo Fest weekend. By kids I mean 1 graduated 1 in final years of college and two young gentlemen that happen to be Navy pilots.
Daughter gets email; not even a phone call, to...More
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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.
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We really didn't take pictures of the inside. It was very nice though. The only thing that bothered me was there weren't black out curtains in the main floor bedroom and the window was very bright due to the lights in the... More
We really didn't take pictures of the inside. It was very nice though. The only thing that bothered me was there weren't black out curtains in the main floor bedroom and the window was very bright due to the lights in the courtyard. We definitely felt safe and had plenty of room. There was 5 of us. Two decided to sleep on top of the two over-sized sofas in the living room even though both couches had pull out beds, two stayed in the upstairs bedroom, there was a pull out couch and a bed and bath, and then there was a bedroom on the main floor with a queen bed and a full bath. The two in the living area had to share the bath but it was much better than what we could have gotten in a hotel. I highly recommend the place especially if you have a group. The balcony was pretty nice to have too. You climbed out some large windows and could see everything going on in the street below. There are a lot of people who are homeless in the area (all of the French quarter, not just this spot) but they left us alone and we were not concerned. You are also very close to the Ruby Slipper which has a great breakfast.