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The decor is a happy jumble of antiques and flower-patterns and true there are a few things that could stand replacing (bathroom ceiling tiles), but it is very clean, very well managed and very comfortable. It is large enough that you have your privacy--unlike some...More
Dennis and his team made my trip to NOLA truly memorable.
I would highly recommend The Guest house, for a true New Orleans experience.
Very quiet and in a great location.
Prices are very reasonable. Clean.More
Response from Dennis h, Owner at St. Charles Guest HouseResponded 13 December 2016
Thanks for a nice review. We try hard and sometimes we
do not know how our guests feel. It is nice to get feedback
and be able to say : I think we did a good job with that guest and it feels good to...More
I truly enjoyed my experience at this B&B. The location is excellent and the owners offered exceptional hospitality during our stay. The house has a cozy old-fashioned feel which made me feel at home in a very authentic New Orleans setting.
GREAT location, one block from the St. Charles streetcar. Quiet neighborhood. Extremely helpful staff (part of wonderful owner Dennis Hilton's non-related extended family). Simple breakfast included (coffee, juice, fruit, toast). True sense of slightly faded, historically rich, community-driven Crescent City.
I made a last minute booking for the St Charles Guest House, over the phone, from the airport, just after landing from LA. I found the listing in Frommers guide 2016, in the airport bookshop. I was welcomed warmly and my room was excellent, old...More
Head to the Garden District for the full-on New Orleans experience replete with quaintly clanking streetcars, proudly grandiose antebellum mansions, picture perfect avenues lined with live oaks loaded down with Spanish moss, and a wealth of beautiful churches and many more architectural marvels. Even a brief excursion here makes plain why it’s called the Garden District. So, when you visit be sure to give
yourself ample time for admiration at a languidly slow pace befitting such gentile strand of riverside living and to allow you to maximize each opportunity to stop and smell the roses – and whichever other blooms you might come across. While taking it all in, you’d do well to dine at one of the city’s most beloved destinations for regional cuisine. Gourmands from far and wide (and right round the corner) swear the age-old Commander’s Palace is the best restaurant in town – and have been doing so since it opened back in 1880.