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1660 Annunciation Street, Garden District, New Orleans, LA 70130 – Show map
|Family Room - Annex|
|Family Room with Bath|
|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
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Airport Shuttle, 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
All children are welcome.
Free! Up to two children under 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years is charged USD 5 per night in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged USD 15 per night in an extra bed.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
Cards accepted at this property
AAE Bourbon House Mansion accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Score from 202 reviews Review score
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Score from 69 reviews Very good
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Score from 270 reviews Very good
This New Orleans, Louisiana hotel features an on-site fitness center, an outdoor pool and tours of New Orleans. The hotel is minutes from Interstate 10 and downtown New Orleans.
Score from 540 reviews Good
staff are very helpfull
there is no sing outside i did not find place
Employees and comfort of amenities.
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 email@example.com 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..
Please, have this place disinfected and sanitized.
Caleb is nice.
This is the dirtiest hostel I have ever seen. Cannot believe the owner can care so less. There is garbage and dirt everywhere.
Friendly staff, good recommendations for concerts etc., pancakes for breakfast.
The staff and folks I met there.
Walk from Amtrak station. Recommend taxi to get there.
I've stayed at many hostels... This is neither the best nor the worst, though many reviewers like to say it is the worst. For the price it was decent, has beds with fresh sheets 3 bunk beds to the room. Has lockers, though they are small they are large enough to fit my 17' laptop backpack with laptop inside. Wall outlet was near my bed as well as the other beds, so i was able to charge my phone and still have it right beside me. Technically, they do have breakfast; pancakes and coffee... but hey it is free! most hostels don't include breakfast. Like all hostels, there are bathrooms in the lobby with showers, but bring your own soap and a small towel. Staff was nice and helpful and they mentioned that you can come check in up until 2am. Parking was free, it is street parking in front of the hostel, which is an individual house. They did a good job of separating the outside smoking-allowed porch from the rest of the smoking-not-allowed inside. Want to clarify something, it is in a shady part of town... but it is a block away from a nice part of town the other way... that's how NOLA is !
Credit Card is NOT accepted here! Though it says they do accept it, on the booking.com page. Bring Cash! ** AAE, Please get a square for the front desk or allow paypal or some other form of payment.** Wifi went out in the morning, but that might not be their fault. Like most hostels, you better bring earplugs because it can be loud 24/7 Want to clarify something, it is in a shady part of town... but it is a block away from a nice part of town the other way... that's how NOLA is !
We stayed in a private room. It was tiny, but clean and nice enough for the price! It took us about 30 minuets to get to the French Quarter on foot. There are also many near by public transportation options. The area seems a little sketchy, but we walked home late at night several times without incident.
Staff and people there were extremely friendly
Location feels a bit out of the city, but it doesn't take long to reach the center (we went walking)
Good to meet other travelers.
house needs some renovations to improve bathrooms. Walls a bit thin when people talking late at night.
Good value for the money
Located in a sketcy neighborhood
Nice staff happy to help great communal area for backpackers inside and outside good location in garden district about 30 min walk into french quarter but also nice bars and restaurants nearby on magazine street
The only thing that bothered us was the smell of the corridor outside our room, smelled strongly of teenage boy bedroom, very unpleasant, important things such as beds bedding and bathrooms were clean but the rest of the building could do with sprucing up!
It was cheap
Neighborhood, bed, bathroom
This hostile was probably one of the most comfortable facilities that I've ever stayed in. The staff and other guest were friendly and welcoming. The staff gave us excellent and knowledgeable information on the area. Despite the fact that bathrooms and most other places are shared the cleanliness was very well maintained. I really enjoyed the relaxed environment. It was nice to come back to after exploring the city. If you're a person of luxury and who doesn't really care to meet new people or if the thought of a community bath or shared facility of any kind is unnerving this (or any place like it) is not the place for you.
There is only street parking, having to wait for one of the bathrooms to open up in the am kind of sucked, and there was a rule about not bringing your own bedding which, although I'm sure they thoroughly wash their bedding, really bothered me because I never use hotel bedding. However I really didn't see this rule heavily enforced which leads me to believe that it's a really old one meant for the hostiles' dormitory days.
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