Ratings based on 1,575 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Close to everything. Quaint. Nice bar and singePosted Feb 27, 2015
One nite the maud straightened the beds but did not vacuum or clean bathroom floor. We had to wait from 2 to 4:30 or so to get into our room. They said in literature rooms available at 3:00. Other then that. Beautiful. And Would recommend
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom N
PERFECT Location!Posted Feb 27, 2015
This grande hotel is on the border of the French Quarter and a block removed from Bourbon Street. Walking distance to everything - restaurants, shopping, art galleries, etc. Staff are generous and helpful. Hotel was once grande and luxurious, and while kept in good condition, feels older. Rooms are huge! But it's a wonderfull find and great value. Location can't be beat!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Feb 27, 2015
Had a very nice stay. Everything was very nice and the location was perfect. The breakfast was very good as well
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Ontario Canada
Nice PlacePosted Feb 26, 2015
Pros: Location was great. Very comfortable and the food was very good as well.
Hotel was located where all the action of Bourbon Street was, but after a great evening of partying the room was very quiet and easy to get an amazing night of sleep.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Boston
My First New Orleans TripPosted Feb 26, 2015
Location: It's very close to many of the gay bars, which was great.
My stay at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel was fabulous. The staff is so nice & welcoming. I loved my bathroom, though at one point I did wish I had a bath tub to relax in (showers only at this hotel). I understand that the windows are closed shut so people do get drunk & fall out. I just wish you were able to open a little. I had to switch the room temperature a lot. The beds are very comfortable & a queen rom is perfect for a single traveler. I was lucky enough to have 2 warms days & used the pool, it's great. The food from room service was perfect. Make sure you go to the Bourbon O bar at the hotel. The staff is extremely nice & go out of their way. I definitely want to return to NOLA & I will stay here.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Madison, WI
Perfect location!Posted Feb 26, 2015
Great place to stay in the center of the French Quarter. Music, dining and tours all within walking distance.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Washington, D.C.
Stone's throw from Bourbon Street & Jackson Sq.Posted Feb 25, 2015
Pros: Location, Location, Location!
A great hotel to give you the full New Orleans experience by being right in the epicenter of downtown. The layout of the hotel is centered around a beautiful courtyard and the exterior is reminiscent of classical french architecture. The room was very nice and the beds were extremely comfortable. Also, the ambiance of the hotel bar was excellent and featured live music and a free drink ticket upon check-in. Overall, I definitely recommend and will stay here again when I visit New Orleans. Laissez les bon temps rouler!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Ironton, OH
A beautiful quiet hotelPosted Feb 25, 2015
Pros: Clean, beautiful, close to Jackson Square and Bourbon Street. It was very calm and quiet (even with the Mardi Gras revelry going on just outside.)
Location: We were a short walk away from Jackson Square and both Canal Street and Frenchmen Street were within easy walking distance.
We loved the comfort and beauty, the convenience and we felt extremely safe!
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Central California
Central to all that is wonderful about NOLA!Posted Feb 24, 2015
Pros: Cozy room, excellent plumbing, clean nice shower. It's central to all that is great about NOLA. The wedding garden was pretty. Good food here too!
Cons: I'm not sure...
Location: Crawled in at 12:30am after 13+ hrs of travel & the staff recommended Verti Marte for sustenance. They delivered Cold Beer & XLNT Po'Boys. DO IT!
We were invited to a wedding in New Orleans on 2/20/15. We were lucky enough to find a great deal at the Bourbon Orleans where the ceremony was to take place. On the advice of friends that have been here on more than one occasion we were encouraged to stay in the FQ & were warned that the rooms would be smaller than most newer hotels but everything here was comfortable & clean. NOLA can be a bit stinky especially the closer you are to Bourbon Street but our hotel was super clean with great plumbing. Surprise, surprise.. the meal served at the wedding was one of the best meals ever... Everyday the lobby had hot fresh coffee available & in the afternoons they had iced tea & fruit infused water available. This hotel was central to everything that is wonderful in the FQ. I could easily make this an annual trip! All the staff we encountered went out of their way to make sure we had everything that we could possible need.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Alberta, Canada
Lovely historic hotel in the heart of New OrleansPosted Feb 22, 2015
Pros: We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Bourbon Orleans. This lovely hotel has history, charm, great staff and is beautifully maintained.
One way streets and lots of construction made getting to the hotel our biggest challenge. We had a rental car and no familiarity with the town. Despite a map and instructions from the local visitors bureau, my husband was set to be upset until we arrived. Once we did find the front lobby, our experience became totally positive. The liveried doorman welcomed us, the valet took the car to secure parking. Reception greeted us with free beverage vouchers to the adjacent bar (most welcome after our travel), the bell hop gave us a history of the hotel and information on what to see in the surrounding area. He also directed us to a short-cut to the elevator (most helpful). Like others, our free beverage in the bar led to remaining there for the evening. Opening onto colourful Bourbon Street we felt we had no need to go further! Next day we walked around the corner to the great shopping on Royal Street. The buildings were still decorated for Mardi Gras adding to the charm. The wait staff in the dining room were courteous and attentive. Our pecan pancakes and ham breakfast was delicious and (despite valiant effort) far more food than we could comfortably eat! Totally wonderful.