Stay and live with the locals and eat and hangout at the same clubs on your way to the French Quarter. Convenient to the French Quarter, Convention Center & Superdome, Creole Inn is located in the historic artsy Faubourg Marigny only blocks from Bourbon Street. Housed in a late 19th-century, two-story Marigny double townhouse, Creole Inn has three 1-bedroom suites and two 2-bedroom suites all with private baths. There are memory foam beds and Egyption Cotton sheets for an amazing nights sleep! Feel free to bring your own beer and wine! Its garden courtyard is canopied by a giant oak and cooled by a soothing fountain. Amenities include a Cyber Parlor, cable TV/VCR, and vintage furnishings. It provides a homelike atmosphere for guests to relax after a day of sightseeing or business, and its proximity to attractions means that an automobile is not necessary for transportation. Come enjoy the village atmosphere of the worldly French Quarter and charming Marigny with a knowledgeable host. For more information consult our website or call your friendly reservation staff Kris and Jen at 504-373-1387.
5 on July 29, 2014
We stayed there in July. The caretakers are the nicest people you want to meet. They were very informative about the area. You have no need for a car. you are in the middle of everything.. Me and my family will stay nowhere else.
5 on April 30, 2014
Stayed here April 21 - April 23 2014. Clean rooms, nice people, reasonable price, convenient location, and great neighborhood. What more can you want? I will return.
4.8 on April 07, 2013
I put outstanding for the food but this is not a breakfast offering b&b....but you wouldn't want that because there are awesome breakfast spots a few blocks away. Food in NOLA is supreme. The Inn is an amazing value for a really sweet spot with the nicest staff ever and in a really great spot. A quick stroll to Frenchman and pleasant walk to French Quarter. We wouldn't stay anywhere else!!!
4.6 on October 12, 2012
We've just had the most enjoyable stay at the Creole Inn for 11 nights. Bottom line is, we would be back in an instant. With backroom bars, cosy cafes and righteous restaurants all close by, as well documented on websites. The innkeepers, Kim & Charley, were most welcoming on arrival and more than helpful throughout, with any problems quickly resolved. The owners, Silas & Ray, have made a good move, in appointing them. In booking the stay with Gayl couldn't be faulted. free WiFi and the Inn's guest computer is a big bonus to food reviews and gig guides. The Inn's website was pitched just right & we were made well aware of what to expect. A sound night's sleep in a comfy bed, but with NO hotel atmosphere or pretenses, no breakfasts, far enough from the hubbub & hullabaloo (the battleground of Bacchanalia). But, close enough to walk to , or stagger back from, if need be. Having been to New Orleans many times over countless years, and experiencing Inns, B+B's, plus modest, boutique and select hotels, from the CBD to the Quarter, from Decatur to N.Rampart and on Bourbon, all have been noisy in the early hours, with the traffic of all night delivery & garbage removal, with the occasional fight & the odd gunshot. - even the Garden District has the all night street car trundling rattle & hum (U2 can experience this). At the Inn, the distant sounds of the train toots shunting and the ship's whistle floating off the river a more welcome and preferable lullaby. Yes, some parts of the Inn are worn & weather-beaten, but with Silas & Ray employing Charley, with his experience as a master craftsman,to effect repairs & maintenance, and with Silas & Ray seemingly being pro-active in modifying the Inn - this evident in the recent installation of the new A/C system - the place can only go from strength to strength.
4.4 on October 11, 2012
Clean and nice rooms. The location is very good as it is close to Frenchman Street and not far from the French Quarter. Very good restaurants nearby. The staff was very helpful and friendly. Of course the price is a real bargain.
3.8 on July 11, 2012
Could have been a little cleaner but the great service made up for that... I bring my own cleaning supplies and sheets anyway....
3.8 on June 25, 2012
Please DO NOT book this lovely INN if you are expecting a B & B expericence. Not sure why this is listed under B & B. Please read all information on the Inn closely. We did, and we loved it. We were able to book the entire Inn for a week (we made plans a year in advance). What a great bargin. We had a great family experience, would do it again in a heart beat and would highly recommend to freinds and family. Gayl was/is great. She is no longer the inn keeper but does take care of bookings. She received a promotion within the company --- congrats to Gayl for a job well done. We were the lucky group to welcome Kim and Charlie as new Inn keepers. They are very friendly and I'm sure will do a great job as well. Thanks to all who made our stay great. This is a wonderful little place, off the beaten path. If you don't mind walking I'm sure you will love it too. Our stay was 6-18 thru 6-22. D's bunch from Texas
4.4 on March 12, 2012
We arrived at the Creole Inn to find what we thought was a cool little local guest house! Now we have to tell you that you MUST read the website before booking!!! Otherwise you run the risk of not being happy if you are wanting to stay at a modern day bed and breakfast. They don't offer breakfast and as a result they keep the prices low so they dont have to provide that service. Afterall who would want to eat at the BNB when there are so much creole food to explore! In addition the lobby was very pretty but it is small. The room we stayed in was smaller than what I normally stay in but we stayed here for the price not the size of the room. The bed was memory foam and the most comfortable bed I have every stayed in for a hotel! I didnt want to get up!!!! The area is close to everything in the French Quarter but whatever you do if you are handicapped or just cant walk then you probably will want to go with the expectations of getting a cab. If you are able bodied you can walk everywhere from here. The famous Frenchmen Street is just a few blocks away and thats where alot of local jazz artists perform. The host was Gayl and Silas. I think Gayl is the housekeeper and Silas is the owner. He sat and chatted with us for a while and told us all about the area. The rooms were very clean and we couldnt have been more pleased. If you are going to New Orleans to stay in your hotel room I wouldnt stay here becuase there is nothing to do in the Inn, but if you want great rates, kindess, and super hosts then this is your place! We cant wait to come back!!!!!
4.0 on March 05, 2012
Quite area very convient, nice rooms and great customer service close to Deench Quarer and all attractions!!
1.2 on October 24, 2011
Not a bed a breakfast. Place needs a lot of basic maintenance (brokne bathroom window with no curtain/blinds; under bed dirty; noisy- vents over doors lets in ALL of the noise of neighbors. Back patio isn't; falling apart. Water Pressure in shower non-existent. Not convenoent to French Quarter; about a mile walk.
The Plantation Suite is a one-bedroom suite on the upper floor. The bedroom is entered through a small antechamber, off of which is a private bathroom. The suite is distinguished by high ceilings and hardwood floors. It features a wooden four-poster queen size memory foam bed, vintage and antique furnishings that recall the master bedrooms of old plantation houses. From its windows may be seen the side elevation of one of the most distinctive townhouses in the Marigny neighborhood. Cable TV/VCR in room. Free computer use in the lobby and free wi-fi in room.
Nightly Rate: $76 - $145
The Memories Suite is a one-bedroom suite on the upper floor. The bedroom is entered through a small antechamber, off of which is a private bathroom. The suite is distinguished by high ceilings and hardwood floors. It includes a Queen Size memory foam bed with egyptian cotton sheets and antique accessories. From its windows may be seen Dauphine Street townhouses with the New Orleans skyline in the distance. Cable TV/VCR in room. Free use of wi-fi and computer access in the lobby.
Nightly Rate: $76 - $145
Mrs. Smith's Suite is a two-bedroom suite separated by a full private bathroom and hallway off the Cyber Parlor. It has convenient access to the garden passageway. It includes a Queens Size memory foam Bed with egyptian cotton sheets bed, and the rear bedroom features 4 twin size beds. Cable TV in room; free computer use in the lobby!
Nightly Rate: $72 - $140
The Cowboy Suite is a two-bedroom suite on the upper floor, seemingly nestled in the branches of the giant oak on its exterior. The two bedrooms are separated by a connecting hall and a full private bath. The rear bedroom has direct access to a small balcony that overlooks the garden. The suite includes an elaborate Art Nouveau style metal bed and a double bed with a twin bed in the rear room. Cable TV/VCR in both bedrooms; free computer use in the lobby!
Nightly Rate: $80 - $150
The Sweet Dreams Suite is a two-bedroom suite on the upper floor. The bedrooms are separated by a connecting hall and a full private bath. The rear bedroom has direct access to a small balcony that overlooks the garden. The suite includes a King Sized bed in the front room and a full-size bed in the rear room. Brass accessories and watercolors of New Orleans townhouses complement the decor. Cable TV/VCR in both bedrooms;
Nightly Rate: $80 - $150
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 15 miles
A taxi from the airport is $28 for two persons and $12 for each additional person. The meter runs for four blocks after Elysian Fields Ave. to Creole Inn for a few more dollars. The taxi from the Union train station/bus depot is less than $10.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Plantation tours, Historic streetcars, Swamp tours, Architecture tours, Cemetery tours, French Quarter tours, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Winery, Zoo
Other, Urban Inn
Ceiling fans, Computer, Copier, Desk, Library, Radio, Videos , Free Wi-Fi, Some balcony rooms, Garden Courtyard, Luxury Linens and memory foam beds, Free Parking, Free Computer Use
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Fishing, Horseback riding, Architecture/Art, Restaurants/Cuisine, Museums/Galleries, Boutique Shopping, Music, Ambience sightseeing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool
Ray and Silas
Silas & Ray are military officers serving in the Army Reserves. They served together in Iraq Freedom and decided shortly after to go into business. Ray is a Loyola U graduate from New Orleans and Silas is a Cornell U(Ivy League) graduate from Ithaca, NY and Valley Forge Military College graduate from Valley Forge, PA. Silas is from KY and Ray is a LA native. They both have earned top medals to include the Bronze Star. Kris is the sweetest Inn Keeper and will take the best of care of Guests.