First of all we enjoy and almost always stay in a bed and breakfast when we travel. Below are our unbiased pros and cons for a seven night stay.
The Garden District is stunning with all of its historical homes.
Very convenient location for catching the street car across the street and walking the neighborhood.
Staff was friendly.
Towels were very good and changed daily.
Balcony was pleasant to relax on and sip house provided sherry.
Continental breakfast offered is not up to the room price level.
Daily room housekeeping was marginal.
Sherry glasses were not always washed after being used. Had to ask for bathroom water glasses.
Stained bath rug, which then became more soiled, was never replaced.
Sheets were not changed during our stay.
Bathroom floors, toilet and tub were not cleaned on a daily basis.
Older small TV had extremely poor unwatchable static reception when we turned it on to see the news.
Nice chocolates were left bedside but for only two out of the seven nights.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ideally located on St. Charles Ave. in the Garden District just minutes from the French Quarter, our New Orleans Bed and Breakfast was designed and built in 1893 by famed New Orleans architect Thomas Sully. Lovingly restored to its former glory and decorated with period furnishings, our romantic New Orleans B&B welcomes you to a majestic past with all the comforts and conveniences the modern travel needs. Enjoy our complimentary expanded continental breakfast, Wi-Fi and guest drinks and snacks. The perfect safe and secluded location steps to the St. Charles Ave. streetcar with access to the French Quarter, Tulane University, Magazine Street & the best restaurants of NOLA. ... more less