Ratings based on 1,016 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Australia
Nice Quaint, quiet hotel in the French QuarterPosted Jun 27, 2015
Pros: Most of all...the friendly staff, breakfast and cookie time...all made for home away from home.
Cons: More towels!
Location: Only two streets from Bourbon St and about 5 more to the water front. Close to cemeteries and everything one would want to do.
The hotel had great and friendly staff. Everything from great check in, to helping order a pizza, to booking tours, and the checkout, everything done with a smile. The housekeeping seemed a bit understaffed, or not enough towels for all the guests, but they rectified the missing towels soon enough. The breakfasts that were included in the price were fantastic. And LOVED the cookie time at 3pm. Can't beat melting chocolate chip cookies! Also enjoyed how it was in the French Quarter, only two streets from Bourbon St but nice and quiet and felt almost cottage like when sitting by the pool. Would definitely stay there again if ever to return to New Orleans!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from St. Louis
Perfect New Orleans FeelPosted Jun 26, 2015
Pros: The historic feel and charm.
Cons: The wait for valet.
Location: It is in the back of the French Quarter on one of the quieter streets. It is in walking distance to anything in the French Quarter as the streetcars.
This hotel gives you the perfect New Orleans experience. I loved the atmosphere. I had my 14 year old with me and he thought it was really neat the way that the houses were joined together and the two pools were in separate courtyards. He liked that it felt old, but had all of the modern day comforts that he is used to. Our room while a little small was very comfortable. The beds were great. I would say the only downside was waiting for valet to bring our car. The front desk said to allow a half an hour, but the first day it took and hour and the second day 45 minutes. But if you are aware of the wait and plan for it then it won't cause any issues. Also, as I am often with my 90 year old grandma, I was aware that the layout of the hotel is not too accessible to someone who has trouble getting around. I would stay at this hotel again and recommend it to friends.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Ruston, LA
Very beautiful hotel but $45 for parking!Posted Jun 25, 2015
Pros: It is in a quiet place. It is a very pretty hotel and it is within walking distance of night life.
Cons: Could have shower caps and signs to help locate the rooms a little better. Cheaper parking!
Location: It is about 1 street over from bourbon street. It isn't too far from places to eat and drink. It's about ~0.6 miles from the Mississippi river.
Though I liked the hotel, they had parking there for about $45 and there wasn't any available parking in that area. I parked my car off of St. Charles (in the neighborhoods off that street where it is free) and took a cab to St. Pierre (2.0 miles). The cab cost $9 (united cab w/2 people). Taking a cab was a much better buy, I really didn't need to revisit my car after I got my luggage. [Could have also taken the street car for $1.50 per person to canal and walked 7 blocks] The room was clean and temperature was very comfortable. It had a large bathroom and was in a nice, quiet area. They were serving water and coffee in the lobby all that day which was welcomed given the terrible heat. They also had fresh towels by the two pools there at the hotel. Very nice, would stay again. However, I would still find parking elsewhere!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from San Diego
How I Met Your Mother... I mean Hotel St. PierrePosted Jun 24, 2015
I arrived a little earlier than expected, but I was gladly checked-in, personally brought to my room and my luggage carried. Southern charm at it's finest! My room was small, and a little dated - big tube TV, keys to hotel room instead of card, creaky stairs, old carpet. However, it didn't bother me too much. New Orleans gives off the "Old World" feeling, and I felt like the hotel was perfect with its quaint Creole touches. I did love the French Horn display in the lobby! It reminded me of the show How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM) - the time where Ted stole the blue French Horn for Robin. Anyway, cleanliness, and comfort were not compromised at all - and that's all I really need in a hotel. My room was cleaned daily. Linens were fresh. I stayed at Hotel St. Pierre in January, so it was pretty cold. Air would flow in from the side of the door occasionally, however, I did have a thermostat and plenty of blankets, so I was fine. Continental breakfast was served daily - eggs, bacon, cereal, fruit, ect, and in the afternoon warm homemade cookies in the lobby! Location wise, it was perfect! It was close to all the touristy hotspots. I had such a great stay. I would definitely stay here again, and hopefully my significant other would be willing to steal a French Horn for me next time. jk. ;)
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Ft Worth, TX
Exceptional StaffPosted Jun 23, 2015
Pros: The staff is amazing! Best hotel staff I have every had the pleasure of meeting.
Cons: Refurbishment of the rooms. Our bathtub needed either to be replaced or have the porcelain refinished. Just update the rooms.
Location: Location is perfect. Walking distance to everything but far enough away to not hear the partying.
My family and I just recently returned. Yes, the hotel is older and could a little refurbishment of the rooms, but this hotel is well worth it!! The staff alone is amazing. Marshall brought us fresh baked cookies to our room everyday! He treated my 6 yr old daughter like a queen the entire trip. Troy, Toby and Benjamin at the front desk not only helped us navigate the bus system, but told us ghost stories, and helped us pick out restaurants. They did it all with a smile on their face and had some great suggestions. Tina, Kim, Justin, Joanne, and Joseph were also very kind and helpful to us. As well as seeing Mr Gregory every morning at breakfast time. I will definitely be coming back and as a travel agent recommending this hotel to any and all clients.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Los Angeles, CA
Quaint Hotel; Easy Access to Food/DrinkPosted Jun 22, 2015
This hotel has a very authentic New Orleans feel to it. The hotel staff was helpful and friendly. They served a hot breakfast every morning. The lobby and hotel room were very clean. It's located in the French Quarter right across the street from the Louis Armstrong Park and St. Louis Cemetery, so it's close to all the tourist spots. I felt safe in the neighborhood at night. The only negative is that the hotel doors are very thin, so I heard the hotel staff early in the morning cleaning the rooms. The hotel is also in the process of renovating, so I was woken up several times around 7 and 8 with the banging.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
very nice and modern insidePosted Jun 13, 2015
Pros: The pool area
Cons: The out side looked a lille run down
Location: lots to do
It was great and lots to do in the area can not wait to go back it was a great experience
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Best Hotel for a weekend to Bourbon StPosted Jun 8, 2015
Pros: The staff was funny, friendly, and accommodating to our needs
Location: The hotel is 2 blocks off of Bourbon St, with the best little corner store/Po-Boy place next door.
Came down for a bachelor party and found it very helpful everything was in walking distance. There was always someone at the front desk so we could leave our room keys and pick them up at whatever time we got back so we didn't lose them while out and about. Would definitely come back here.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from PA
Very quaint with New Orleans character.Posted Jun 5, 2015
Pros: The things I liked were: Very helpful and friendly staff. Close to most things so you can walk. Free breakfast. Two pools with courtyards
Cons: Room size small. Only two outlets that you could plug in. In this age of technology more outlets to charge phones, cameras, etc. are a necessity.
Location: Located 2 blocks from Bourbon St. Walk to just about anything in the French Quarter. No need to rent a car.
We enjoyed this little gem of a hotel. While the room was very small it was clean and the bathroom was updated. It is an old building with character and quaint New Orleans touches. The free buffet each morning had scrambled eggs, sausage, grits, biscuits, bagels, toast, croissants, cereal and beverages. All day there is a cart with free coffee and cold ice water. In the early afternoon they put out fresh baked cookies for the guests. A hidden surprised that was not listed in the amenities was a refrigerator in the room. There is no elevator so you have to do steps or ask to be put on the ground floor. The inside steps are old and twisted. We found the outside steps easier to use. We were able to walk most paces and when needed, (only 2 times), we took a cab. Cost was always under $10. We would go back to this hotel.
by A verified traveler from New Orleans
crapolaPosted Jun 4, 2015
Cute hotel. Horrible parking situation; $46/day and an hour wait to get our car any time we needed it. They lied and said they would be parking our car in a remote lot because there's was under construction. The front desk assured us it would be in a secure lot with 24 hour security/surveillance. We were strolling around the quarter and walked right past our car parked on the street less than 100 feet from Bourbon Street. Our room was on Burgundy Street and it was very loud. Carpets are in desperate need of being replaced. Not a horrible stay, but could have been much better.