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2306 Esplanade Avenue , New Orleans, LA 70119, United States of America – Show map
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Food & Drink
Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Tour Desk, Private Check-in/Check-out, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 10 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 35 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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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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This historic New Orleans hotel was built in a refurbished bank and still features some of the original vault doors. It is less than a 15-minute walk from the French Quarter.
Score from 149 reviews Very good
In downtown New Orleans, this hotel is a 5-minute walk from Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. It is less than 1 mile from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Saenger Theatre.
Score from 280 reviews Excellent
This New Orleans hotel is located in the Garden District, 10 minutes from the French Quarter. The hotel offers a continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking. Best Western Plus St.
Score from 95 reviews Very good
Less than a 5-minute walk from French Quarter's famed Bourbon Street, this hotel features free wireless internet and an on-site restaurant.
Score from 501 reviews Good
Everything was fantastic
The balcony . The garden area.
The breakfast was not very good . We had to ask the staff to scramble our eggs three times and they still didn't get it right. Package grits .The tour was not provided very clearly on the when and where . We ask for an extra pillow and was told in the entire place there was not one extra pillow. Finally after making a fuss about it . We finally got one 30 mins or so later. I asked we decaf coffee for the room and I was told it would be brought to me , I never got it. The supplies in the room like toilet tissue, paper towels, liquid dish wash etc was was very skimpy.
I loved the breakfast and Rose who served us at breakfast. She was delightfully friendly and a great cook. I liked that although I stayed 3 nights I never ate the same thing for breakfast. The building is beautiful and wonderfully decorated for Christmas.The location is far enough from the French Quarter that it is quiet and a cab one way is only $7 so very reasonable. I also appreciated the free tour included with the stay that gives you the history of the house.
I am a regular B&B traveler because I like the personal touches and the friendliness of meeting people where you stay. I called the inn while I was on the road and let them know it would be 10 after 6 before I arrived. My email confirmation said check in was 3-6, but when I called they said they leave at 5. They left the key in the box with info on the inn and instructions for my room and keys. When we arrived at 6:10, there was no one to greet us which was not a problem but when we went up to our room it was dark. Having someone to show you around is always nice especially when it comes to finding the light switches in an old home. Eventually we figured it out. Other than Rose, who was great at breakfast time, we never saw anyone who worked at the inn to talk to us. I guess I missed the personal feel that you get when someone shows you to your room and at 6:10 finding your way around in the dark was a little tough. Also an explanation of the locks on the door to our room would have been nice. When we arrived and I turned the key in the lock & the doors came open without the lock moving. The second day I returned after housekeeping & I realized what I should do is close one door and push the rod through the hole in the floor at the bottom and that makes it where you can not just push the door open to the room. One suggestion that I do have is that one side of the bed has no nightstand. My guest and I both have glasses and needed somewhere to put them once in bed but only one side has a table. There is plenty of room to add one so that should be an easy fix. My last suggestion refers to the last morning that I was there. Apparently the innkeeper(who I never met) and another gentleman were having a business meeting with someone from one of the travel sites where the guests normally eat breakfast.
Good breakfast, very nice staff. Rooms on 3rd floor would not be suitable for a tall person. Good value if you don't pay advertised rate. Location is lovely and if you like to walk, you can get to the French Quarter in less than half an hour. My husband made friends with friendly local stray cats.
Shower ceiling is at an angle so if you are taller than 5ft8, stay off 3rd floor. Bed was slightly small.
The Edgar Degas House was a wonderful example of everything New Orleans has to offer -- full of history, southern charm, hospitality, and of course, fabulous food. The breakfasts Rose made us were some of the best any of us had ever had, and she made us feel like we were staying in her home. The rooms were great, spacious and well equipped. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone.
The room was exquisite. The breakfast was delicious and the presentation of each course was extremely appeasing. The staff was attentive and friendly. We were sad to leave and plan to return on our next trip.
A bit confusing on arrival as there was no one to greet us and show us to the room.
Accommodation, tour, breakfast and general friendliness of all staff.
Breakfast every morning was wonderful; Rose is a great cook! The staff was super-helpful in every regard; Paige helped with planning many activities for our trip!
The third floor air conditioning could be improved, as it got very, very hot in the hallway.
As art lovers it was wonderful to experience a small part of Degas' life by way if the house and the tour. Very special
The room was a little dark but that could not be helped given that the house complies with an historical period
The history of the home
Very comfortable bedding, spacious room, super breakfast, interesting and varied company of other guests we met at breakfast (one of our main reasons for staying at a B&B), ample and free parking, good wi-fi connection, friendly staff calling you by name, close enough yet far away enough to the hectic French Quarter, learning more about Degas (pleased that we took advantage of the house tour)
tiny problem with handle in tub-shower falling off, too trivial to mention
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