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Booked at the Pelham for our first trip to New Orleans, didn't want to stay in a box motel, but rather something more charming.
The Pelham was definitely the ticket!
We checked in late, due to some flight delays, and were given the keys to...More
I liked this hotel a lot because it doesn't feel like a cookie cutter franchise like so many of them do. It has individual character. The location is great - You can walk right to the French Quarter and two streetcar lines.
I stayed in room 301 for 5 days. Great service, excellent French Quarter location, and my room had ZERO street noise!! The room was super clean, very cozy, and everyone on the staff there was friendly and helpful. The ONLY knock I have is that...More
Myself and my husband stayed here for 4 nights. It is a super location, about a 10 minute walk from the French Quater. The hotel is clean, the staff are amazing and so helpful, the bed was one of the comfiest beds I have ever...More
Our family was in town for only one night so we decided to find a hotel that was classic, not your standard corporate box that are many hotels these days. In searching TripAdvisor, we came across a deal on The Pelham and decided to give...More
Compared to the more evocative monikers of some other parts of New Orleans, the downtown’s humdrum title might suggest that this area is all about business and little else. But don’t let the bland name keep you away from the Central Business District. The CBD offers a wide range of fun things to do that would be touted as exceptional in less jubilant corners of the world. Bordered by the French Quarter, the Arts
District and Tremé, with the river at its eastern extreme, this hub for sports, gaming, shopping, theatre, family-friendly activities, and amazing regional cuisine makes a smart base wherever your interests lie.
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Personally, I would take a taxi. While the streetcar would be less expensive, I'm not sure it drops within a block of the train station. Plus lifting your luggage up (depending on how much you have) might be a chore. A taxi... More
Personally, I would take a taxi. While the streetcar would be less expensive, I'm not sure it drops within a block of the train station. Plus lifting your luggage up (depending on how much you have) might be a chore. A taxi would be worth a couple bucks more.