Came to New Orleans to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary and we were definitely not disappointed with our stay at the Bourbon Orleans! From the moment we entered the beautifully decorated lobby filled with marble floors and columns, wool needlepoint rugs, antique furnishings, crystal chandeliers, and enormous fresh flower arrangements, we knew we were in for a special stay. Once we arrived in our room on the 4th floor, we discovered a wonderful oasis that was well-appointed and beautifully designed, with a gorgeous view of the lush courtyard and saltwater pool, and unlike many French Quarter properties, the room was surprisingly quiet, in spite of the revelry going on outside. The hotel staff had thoughtfully left us a chilled bottle of champagne and glasses to begin our anniversary trip with a toast! The beds were extremely comfortable and the linens were perfect, especially the down-filled duvets which were reminiscent of European hotels we've stayed at. The soft, fluffy absorbent towels were better than any others we have experienced in the past! The room service breakfast was extremely good and was surprisingly well priced! We loved this property so much, we could have stayed for a week! We will definitely be back!
Traveller from New Braunfels Texas
Near the center of the vibrant French Quarter in New Orleans, this hotel is 1 block from Jackson Square, 4 blocks from …More
I liked this hotel. Staff was polite and friendly. Kept rooms and hotel clean. No alarm clocks in rooms but I used my cell anyways. Perfect distance from Bourbon St so you can have fun but sleep peacefully. Complimentary hot breakfast daily at 8am... Would stay here again!!
Traveller from MA
This hotel is in the French Quarter of New Orleans, 2 blocks from Bourbon Street and 3 blocks from Louis Armstrong Park and …More
The hotel was located just off of Jackson Square. We were just steps away from everything the French Quarter has to offer. The staff was very pleasant and helpful. The courtyard was lovely, and just what you would expect (and hope) to find when booking a room in this area. We used the pool 2 out of the 4 evenings during our stay. It was great to have this option as New Orleans is quite hot this time of year. The ice and vending machines were close by our room. The continental breakfast was lovely. We enjoyed grabbing our coffee and sitting in the courtyard in the morning. The only thing I would have liked is a brighter room.
Traveller from Long Island, NY
This 18th-century New Orleans hotel is on Jackson Square, 1 block from the world-famous beignets of Café Du Monde at the …More
"Luxurious hotel in the heart of the French Quarter"
Hotel Mazarin is a quiet, private oasis just steps from Bourbon Street. It is situated in the heart of the French Quarter, but as soon as you step inside, you forget about the hustle and bustle outside. There is a gorgeous open-air courtyard where a delicious complimentary breakfast is served daily, in addition to several smaller outdoor areas adjacent to the guest suites. It was an above average hotel, very reasonably priced, and its quality exceeded my expectations. I cannot wait to go back!
Traveller from Memphis, TN
This New Orleans boutique hotel is centrally located in the French Quarter, less than a block from the restaurants and …More
Best location! Rooms are quiet and çomfy bed, clean. Olga from Vive mixed good drinks. Colette from kitchen went above and beyond her duty. Cooked us some homemade gumbo, which is to die for! We'll go back here for sure! 2 thumbs up
Traveller from Chicago
Hotel Le Marais is just around the corner from famed Bourbon Street, with its restaurants and jazz clubs. The art galleries …More
Wow, what a stay! The hotel is under renovation but the customer service more than makes up for any inconvenience. From Andrew to Wade and Tony at the front, Jamie the fabulous bartender, Michelle, Rodney and Ms Ruthie at the Desire Café, Troy and DeShaun at the unmatched Revolution restaurant....our stay was memorable and this is what we wanted for our anniversary. With several amenities on the property it is more like a resort on Bourbon Street! An exceptional breakfast and happy hour snacks are complimentary if you stay on the 7th floor.
Lots to do there and everything is close by. Be sure to spend an evening on Frenchmen Street. Several venues with live jazz as you leave one establishment and walk to the next.
Tons of restaurants to experience and all our meals were fabulous. We ate at K-Paul's, Revolution, Remoulade, Oceana, Desire, Nola's and so on having everything from turtle soup, jambalaya, gumbo, blackened fish, blackened steak, smoked duck, gator tail, crème brûlée, several different types of bread pudding all within walking distance of the Royal Sonesta!
Best vacation ever!!
Traveller from San Antonio
This French Quarter hotel is directly on lively Bourbon Street, just 6 blocks from Jackson Square and 2 blocks from the St …More
With its mix of sacred and profane, the French Quarter defines laissez-faire. This 85-block area is home to Bourbon Street’s rowdy bars, as well as Royal Street’s upmarket antiques. The devil’s music—in the form of New Orleans jazz—thrives at Preservation Hall. Nearby, hymns accompany Mass at St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square. A block away, French Market vendors hawk foods and souvenirs.