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Canal Street Inn (circa 1912), a beautifully restored Neo-Classical style villa, is nestled under centuries-old live oaks on world-famous Canal Street, just a short streetcar ride from the French Quarter. In fact, we are right on the streetcar line – with direct access to St Charles Avenue, the Garden District, the Mississippi Riverfront and City Park. The bed and breakfast is abundantly, yet tastefully furnished with antiques from around the world, family heirlooms, ancestral photographs, and artifacts either left by former residents or collected by your hosts from their travels. All ten guestrooms are furnished with antiques and reproductions along with queen and king size beds, private baths,wireless internet access, and cable TV. The house is surrounded by gardens on all sides. The ancient live oak trees literally embrace the house, their branches swooping almost to the ground. The lush tropical foliage is interspersed with bright colorful flowers of each season. The sunken patio is the perfect place to enjoy a good book and a glass of wine as you watch streetcars lazily amble up and down Canal Street.
5 on August 18, 2014
As B&B owners ourselves, we definitely enjoyed meeting Monica and her husband, discussing the details of the business. The mansion, the grounds, common areas, as well as the suites were immaculately clean and impeccably designed. Breakfast was plentiful, delicious, and beautifully presented. The owners did a fantastic job transforming this historic mansion into a comfortable and relaxing place for the guests without detracting from its historic ambiance. The location is perfect to visit New Orleans as well as plantation homes such as “Laura’s plantation, “Oak Allie “, “St. Joseph” , and many other gorgeous antebellum homes in the area. We most certainly recommend “the Canal Street Inn” to anyone visiting New Orleans and the surrounding area!!!
4.6 on May 22, 2014
You'll feel at home as soon as you walk through the door of the Canal Street Inn.The owner and staff are gracious and welcoming,putting you at ease immediately.The rooms are peaceful,quiet and relaxing,providing a perfect place to unwind after a day at Jazz Fest or a day of sightseeing.The daily breakfast is creative and delicious and served at a beautifully well appointed table. If you choose to visit the Canal Street Inn,I think you'll want to return again and again.We certainly do!
5 on April 09, 2014
Truly enjoyed our stay ay the Inn. Monica and her staff are absolutely wonderful and their hospitality made this visit to New Orleans extremely worth while. Will come back. Ray and Vicki Williams
5 on March 19, 2014
Our stay at the Canal Street Inn in New Orleans was exceptional. I have stayed in B&B's across the country and Canal Street Inn is at the top of my list! The ambiance of the home and the hospitality of the staff were outstanding. Monica makes everyone feel welcome. She and Teresa see to your every need. They are personable and very accommodating. The Canal Street Inn will always be my first pick when I stay in New Orleans.
5 on January 13, 2014
Great location. Quietly up Canal Street, but good access to French Quarter on trolley. Monica is a gracious hostess and superb cook. Charming early 1900 Victorian manor. Will return and recommend highly to friends. Good value in a fun town. Thanks, Monica.
3.6 on December 15, 2013
Staying at the Canal Street Inn was a delight. My first time at a B&B and I was not disappointed. The Royal Street room was just as pictured and had wonderful amenities and charm. The Inn was clean and furnished beautifully. Monica, Teresa and staff were sweet and accommodating. Since I was traveling alone, having the opportunity to dine with other guest for breakfast was especially a treat. The food was well prepared, delicious, ample and served with genuine care. The street car line runs literally right in front of the house and takes you most every where. I was told some of the connecting lines were under construction, mostly to the Garden District, but a bus or short walk got you to the next point. A convenient short walk to several local eateries and a few stores if you need. I felt at ease walking in the neighborhood. I chose not to be encumbered with a car but understand there is some parking. The cost was very reasonable. My only regret is that having only 3 days and each packed with adventure, I did not get to spend much time relaxing in the receiving room with a glass of wine or hot cup of tea. Nor did I have the opportunity to relish the lovely sun porch and gardens. Guess I will have to make a return visit in the early summer or fall. Should feel a lot like going home.
4.8 on September 18, 2013
The location was perfect... a quite neighborhood only minutes away from the French Quarter via the streetcar, which stops right outside the front door... the rooms were lovely, the breakfasts were delicious and the staff was professional and personable. We couldn't have asked for more. Susan & Craig
5 on August 12, 2013
This is a gorgeous and well-run B&B, convenient to everything and spacious and well-decorated throughout. Our room was beautiful and comfortable, with ceilings that seemed to rise to infinity. Our hosts were welcoming and accommodating and provided perfect suggestions for outings (e.g., LA Children's Museum is great for a tiny grandchild when it's hot outside.) It was a great experience.
5 on August 05, 2013
I stayed at the Canal Street Inn for a weekend girls' trip in August 2013. This was our first experience staying at a bed and breakfast, but I heard great things about them. So I had high expectations. I must say, the Canal Street Inn exceeded my expectations! The ambiance makes you feel as though you are a part of New Orleans. Monica and the staff are amazing! The food was delicious! And the room was beautiful and comfortable. Oh, and the fact that the streetcar stops right in front of the inn is icing on the cake! I will DEFINITELY stay at the Canal Street Inn any time I'm in New Orleans in the future. No questions asked!
4.8 on June 29, 2013
We were staying in New Orleans for a couple of nights following a cruise and chose the Canal Street Inn--what a fabulous choice. My husband wasn't feeling well after getting off the ship, and the staff was so attentive. They provided me a breakfast tray to take to him and were so very helpful. The Inn was spa-like--wine was provided, along with water, coffee/tea; bathrobes were awaiting us, along with soft music and all the comforts of home. The streetcar stop is directly in front of the Inn, (quick French Quarter Access) and it is extremely close to a couple of quaint restaurants and a drug store. I highly recommend this B&B!
Located on the main (2nd) floor, this room features floor-to-ceiling windows with louvered shutters, silk draperies, and hand-carved woodwork. Bright with sunlight during the day, it was once the original owner’s private sitting room and boasts the original six-foot tall mahogany neo-Classical mantle piece. The room is furnished with a queen-sized bed, and flat screen television, and it adjoins a private bath with walk-in shower, granite counter tops, a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and a bathrobe for each guest. and a stained glass window.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $185
Spacious and bright, the Royal Street room features twelve-foot ceilings, the home’s original woodwork and mahogany mantle piece, and stained-glass windows in both the bedroom and adjoining bathroom. Located on the main (2nd) floor, the Royal Street room is furnished with a queen-sized bed and writing desk, and includes a ceiling fan, flat screen television, iron and ironing board. An antique tub and shower combination are provided in the private bathroom and is equipped with a hair dryer, and a bathrobe for each guest.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $185
Two bedrooms and a spacious sitting room comprise the The Prytania Master Suite, which accommodates up to five people and can be booked as a single or double room suite. The suite is furnished with a king and queen-sized bed in two rooms that adjoin a large bathroom with granite counter tops, a double sink and a standing shower. Overlooking the garden and abundant with natural light, both rooms of the suite feature ceiling fans, radio, original woodwork, and a television, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and a bathrobe for each guest.
Nightly Rate: $165 - $280
Located on the third floor, the Audubon Suite is secluded and quiet. The Suite is furnished with a king-sized sleigh bed, writing desk, twin sleeper sofa, flat-screen television, and window seat overlooking the courtyard and surrounding neighborhood. Ideal for honeymooners, the room is remarkable for its original skylight made of extraordinary lavender-colored glass tiles. The private bath boasts a spa tub/shower combination and granite countertops, and is equipped with a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and a bathrobe for each guest.
Nightly Rate: $165 - $220
Located on the 3rd floor, the Orleans room is secluded and quiet and features broad windows overlooking the oak trees in the garden. It is furnished with a king-sized bed, day bed, writing desk, and flat screen television, and adjoins a private bath with granite counter tops and a spa tub/shower combination. This room is equipped with a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, radio and a bathrobe for each guest.
Nightly Rate: $145 - $190
Located on the third floor, the Canal Street Room features a four-poster king-sized rice bed and a sitting area with a leather sofa bed, leather chairs, and flat-screen television. Lined with exposed beams and louvered windows, this large and airy room is an ideal choice for honeymoons and romantic getaways. The adjoining private bath with spa/shower combination and granite countertops, and is equipped with a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and a bathrobe for each guest.
Nightly Rate: $165 - $220
One of four rooms located on the first floor, the Magnolia Room is painted in soothing neutral colors and has contemporary furnishings, including a king-sized bed, writing desk, and flat-screen television. The room’s windows open onto the courtyard, where guests have a view of the lush, natural landscape of oak trees and tropical foliage. The Magnolia Room is a calm retreat from a day of touring, and has a private bath with tub/shower. The room is equipped with a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and a bathrobe for each guest.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $165
One of four rooms located on the first floor, where the original brickwork of the house is exposed creating a warm and cozy atmosphere, the Camellia Room is painted fire brick red and has contemporary furnishings, including a queen-sized bed, writing desk, and flat-screen television. While the room’s windows open onto the courtyard and provide cheery light during the day, the décor and garden lights transform it into a romantic escape at night. The room has a private bath with tub/shower combination and is equipped with a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and a bathrobe for each guest.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $165
One of four rooms located on the first floor, where the original brickwork of the house is exposed creating a warm and cozy atmosphere, the Oak Room is painted in soothing neutral colors and has contemporary furnishings, including a Queen-sized bed, writing desk, and flat-screen television. The room’s windows open onto the courtyard, where guests have a view of the lush, natural landscape of oak trees and tropical foliage. The Oak Room is a calm retreat from a day of touring, and has a private bath with tub/shower combination and granite counter tops. The room is equipped with a hair dryer, ir
Nightly Rate: $130 - $165
One of four rooms located on the first floor. Jasmine Room faces the portico of the home, onto which the windows open and let in plenty of light during the day and the lovely fragrance of jasmine, which blooms in abundance in the spring months. The Room is painted in a natural tan and has matching bedding, and is furnished with contemporary furniture, including a queen-sized bed, writing desk, and flat-screen television. The nighttime darkness and natural décor of the room offer a calm respite for the weary tourist/traveler, and the jasmine a bit of aromatherapy in March, April, and May. The room has a private bath with tub/shower combination, and is equipped with a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and a bathrobe for each guest.
Nightly Rate: $130 - $165
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 20 miles
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Picnic area, Tours, University, Zoo
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CD player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Piano, Secretarial services, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wheelchair access, Workout facility
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Desk, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Fishing, Golfing, Tennis courts
Monica, Therissa and Michael
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Glutten Free