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My fiance and I stayed in New Orleans at St. Vincent's for three weeks. I adore this place. Most the staff live on the property; therefore, they truly care for their home. The pool and courtyard are beautiful. We were traveling with our two cats...More
when approaching the building, it looks absolutely magnificent and when you enter you still feel the same but unfortunately when you enter the dorm, you feel very dissapointed. the 20 bed dorm was pretty disgusting and was obviously not cared for. the bathroom had enough...More
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Response from TheStVincent, Owner at St. Vincent's Guest HouseResponded 9 June 2011
We've had no complaints about any type of bed bug problems in any of our dorms. We'd like to hear when you were here and what dorm you stayed in so we can investigate it immediately. Regarding our salt water pool, at this time of...More
Really really really bad! Very dirty, LOTS OF BUGS. I arrived late and had no choice and when i woke up in the morning I was disgusted. When I complained to the manager they ignored me and said it was clean enough- I asked them...More
The good: This hostel has a saltwater pool - such a blessing when New Orleans is so so hot - this if anything totally redeemed the hostel for us as my friends and I spent a lot of time in here! The staff were also...More
US$51 - US$130 (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. ?
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