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My wife and I are going to Nola for a conference in January and are looking for somewhere to stay outside of the ordinary. We usually stay at a nice hotel but I was wondering if anyone had any insight on somewhere really great that might be a little off the beaten path or a unique unknown spot..
Try the Hotel St. Louis. Not off the path as its in the quarter but a true flavor of old New Orleans. If you go, request the 2nd floor.
I always like staying at the Hotel Monteleone.
It’s been said that the French Quarter begins in the lobby of the Hotel Monteleone. This New Orleans landmark is a member of Historic Hotels of America.
I second the Monteleone. I stayed at the Westin last time I was there, it offers a wonderful view of the river.
This post was edited by RLA 18 months ago
The Roosevelt...pretty awesome in NOLA
My wife and I have been staying at the Provencial on Chatres Street for the last few years. Reasonable and convenient. Staff is very pleasant and accomodating.
The Lamothe House is a very unique small hotel. Located on Esplanade Avenue. It is perfectly located on the edge of the Quarter and we enjoyed walking around the corner to Frenchmen St for dinner and drinks. It is a more local and funky area, several bars and restaurants. DBA has some great blues bands.
I normally stay at Loft 253. Good price for a cool spot.
My Favorite - Hotel Monteleone !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This post was edited by rcollier 18 months ago
The Ambassador Hotel in NOLA in very unique, reasonably priced, next to Harrahs if you gamble, A few blocks from FQ. http://www.neworleansboutiquehotels.com/ambassador/ WDE
I have lived in NOLA for 11 years. I would recommend you stay uptown vs. downtown or in the Quarter. Based on you request I would say check out the Columns Hotel. I have not stayed there, but the location and charm are great. Not sure the Rooms are the greatest ever (it is an old Victorian house), but the place is great. Nothing like having your own giant porch to sit on for coffee or afternoon drinks. Check it out.
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