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1660 Annunciation Street, Garden District, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States of America – Show map
|Family Room with Bath|
|Family Room - Annex|
|Single Bed in Co-ed Dormitory Room|
|Single Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Double Room with Shared Bathroom||
|Triple Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Quadruple Room with Shared Bathroom|
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BBQ Facilities, Terrace
Pool Table, Bicycle Rental
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Shuttle Service (free), Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 11:30 PM
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Just steps from the French Quarter, this New Orleans hotel has free Wi-Fi in every room. A complimentary continental breakfast is provided each morning.
Score from 318 reviews Good
In the heart of New Orleans, this historic brick hotel is only a short distance from the French Quarter, and provides guests with comfortable accommodations in a convenient location.
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Conveniently located next to the the New Orleans French Quarter, this historic hotel is a gateway to the some of the city's most treasured cultural landmarks and attractions.
Score from 409 reviews Good
This Metairie hotel features spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi and a private balcony or patio. It features an outdoor pool and New Orleans’s French Quarter is 8.8 miles away.
Score from 208 reviews Good
Casual, easy going management, devoted long term staff. Great potential. I will certainly attend again, with my Anne!
- Staff - Location - There are some good bedrooms, but you have to be lucky
- Dirty - Cockroaches - Aweful bathroom facilities - Matresses
Staff was very helpful. We enjoyed talking to other travelers around the breakfast table. Room was clean and comfortable.
I really felt at home in the hostel, they were very helpful to me. gave me directions of where to go as i was travelling solo. had a great trip because of the staff there i rate them 100%.
Off peak season, only 4 guests in 6-bed room. Wifi works in room. Located in between downtown and garden district.
The reception area is a mess, dirty and smells bad. Poor sound insulation in the room, could listen to conversations in the lounge area and doors banging noise. Creaking floor from upstairs create more noise. Bathroom tap was broken, and without proper shower curtain, only a cotton curtain, that was soaked with water and stinks. The ventilator was broken, there is a portable one in the bathroom, but not sufficient. Not enough electrical plug heads in bedroom. One girl has to charge her phone in the lounge. I had to crawl to someone else bed to use the plug. Bed was all wrapped up with plastic cover. With only a thin sheets on, it is not comfortable to sleep on, and makes noise when turning. Bad kitchen smell and the utensils are old and dirty. Some toilets are located outside the building. Only 1 laundry facilities. And you have to wait till after 6pm.
All in this place
This was a great experience but is not meant for the person who likes the hotel vibe of room service and a concierge desk. The staff is friendly and helpful and very informative, but they are not there to cater to your every whim. This is a great place and you can meet very interesting other travelers. It is clean and well-kept.
I truly enjoyed my stay but one thing I would love if they improved: the water pressure in the showers!
great, friendly, very kind and helpful staff, clean restrooms.
they have to have optional reservation step if someone don't want to be in mixed genders dorms.
The place is a lot bigger than what you think when you arrive. It is close to the Garden District and French Quarter and the staff have good knowledge of where to go an what to do in and around New Orleans.
The bathrooms in the back house have no A/C and they are incredibly hot.
The first hostel I've stayed in in the states that had real matresses on the bed, not foam. The were lovely. The hostel is easy to get to from the airport and in the heart of downtown
The staff were not easy to communicate with as English is not their first language. When water came pouring out of the light fitting in the bathroom we were given a couple of towels. We ended up using the bin and had to empty it 4 times over night. No apology. For a 200+ bed hostel the kitchen is tiny and inadequate, also not enough seating for everyone to eat their free breakfast. Internet drops out every 5-10 mins. Shower operation is difficult, clothes dryers don't work. The list goes on. Worst hostel in 10 weeks but the most expensive!
staff are very helpfull
there is no sing outside i did not find place
The staff were very friendly, as was the atmosphere. The outside area was very social, and it was very easy to make friends with people who are also travelling. The area of the hostel was perfect, as there are plenty of things to see in the garden district and it was just around the corner from Walmart. There are lots of lovely little cafes about and quiet bars, which were all very easy to get to from the hostel.
It was a 40 minute walk from the french quarter, which isn't really bad at all although i struggled a bit in the heat. There was really nothing that i didn't like about this hostel, and i;m hoping to stay here again next year.
you can stay safely this place.Staff is very friendly. one of the cheap facility in the new orleans. location is not bad. you can use the car of St. Charles until midnight 3.00 AM and then just 10 min. walking away.also you can use the number 11 bus.
Employees and comfort of amenities.
Accommodation is expensive in New Orleans but AAE Bourbon is a reasonable option. It's safe and secure and easy walking distance to Garden District and short tram into the French Quarter.
Be prepared for basic facilities and average state of cleanliness though.
Awesome staff and a great location.
-price -staff -beds -other people in the mansion -very close to Walmart
-not very close to French Quarter
It was Caleb
Picked me up train station Called airport taxi for me Worked out financing with me when ATM did not perform for me Worked with me to get me to airport earlier than expected
If you want real southern hospitality and surround yourself with awsome people this is it.good cleaning ,awsome community setting in the place. You can relax here for an awsome price,I mean they are the kind of people that wants to make you stay a lil more. Kaleb was real, I mean what an awsome host even found my lost rings that was amazin. Looking forward for an again in your dojo.
Leave the kitchen open ,you never know when munchies strikes.for some.the cash thing was a issue.please get some bike rental going on
Room had broken shade used towel to cover it up. Sheets were nasty gray. Towel were firstname.lastname@example.org Breakfast included was a batch of pancake batter and a grill, no hand drying products the fridge was dirty where your food you wanted to eat was kept. the property location is not like the picture it is over grown, dark and scary. We pushed the chair in front of the door at night for our safety and we left 2 days early
For that price, pretty good place.
When I got there I made a reservation which is promotion and they said that"ohh sorry we don't have any available room something wrong maybe booking.com made a mistake" I left there I didn't wanna discus about it already i got it what's going on there. When I left there I checked out again the hostel on booking yes there was an available room bot wasn't promotion room, they changed the price!!!
The price is perfect for those night-people who sleep during the day, or for those who need a place to sleep.
I am not sure what's inside other rooms, but the room I was assigned smelled like old sweat mixed with deodorant, suffocating. Bathrooms were quite old, and the faucets were kind of broken. Kitchen is closed completely after midnight that I can't even fill water bottle. Location is not that good; it takes around 10 minutes of walk from St Charles street, or 5 minutes from Magazine street, and on the way back, it's quite dark and quiet. Better not walk alone
My first time in a hostel, I had a single room that had a bed, small table, and tv tray with a small lamp. Although this was basic, the room was very clean which is most important to me. The bed was comfortable. Staff assistance was friendly and helpful. The guests were quiet and considerate of each other. Plenty of bathrooms to accommodate guests. The kitchen was modernized and clean, bathrooms were clean, couldn't find a fault with any part of my experience there.
Marketed as a mansion which it is not and located in the Garden District which it is not. Both are certainly misleading. Location was uncertain in terms of safety. Daytime was fine, but I traveled by taxi at night. If you have a car, I understand that the parking is free which is really good in New Orleans. I took a taxi when I left for the day and a taxi to return at night. A taxi ride to downtown was $6 to the convention center, $9 to the French Quarter. Had only one bad experience with a taxi driver who drove in circles and demanded cash. I paid by card. Didn't try the bus and never really got directions to the trolley. If you don't have a car and no time to wait for a bus, budget $20/day for taxi incl. tip--still cheaper than renting a car and parking downtown and bothering with gas. Once downtown, public transportation will take you almost anywhere. Easy to walk around the French Quarter..