The Hubbard’s invite you to experience the splendor that is Hubbard Mansion Bed and Breakfast. Feel the gentle southern breeze from our front porch as you view the majestic oaks that line St. Charles Avenue. Enjoy a sunset carriage ride through the French Quarter. Escape to the mansion that emulates the culture and heritage that's uniquely New Orleans.
3.6 on January 09, 2016
The Hubbard is centrally located in the Touro section of Uptown, near to streetcar stops, local restaurant hotspots and unique bar experiences. We were looking for something extra special for a New Years' weekend stay where we could relax from touring New Orleans. Quiet and comfortable hospitality will await at the Hubbard Mansion. Guests will enjoy the Innkeepers' southern charm and gracious casual atmosphere. If your are lucky, Don or Sheila will sit a bit at breakfast and chat with guests. Tourist or local will be entertained with their charm, their wit and insider stories of the comings and goings of Uptown or New Orleans in general. Choose your room depending on preference; front rooms will allow for the Avenue view and rhythmic streetcar sounds while the back is more quiet. There is off- street parking in the rear. Daily breakfast and housekeeping. Keep the kids at home as the manse is filled with beautiful old pieces and the atmosphere quiet and restful. A good bargain, this B & B is priced competitively with nearby hotels but offers the look, feel and ambiance of Old New Orleans," Hubbard-style." You will enjoy!
5 on January 05, 2016
We spent a few days in New Orleans for New Years and had a wonderful stay at the Hubbard Mansion. Great hosts, great food, great location. Definitely going back!
4.8 on December 09, 2015
This is the perfect B&B in the perfect location in New Orleans. Wonderful hosts. Great hospitality. Beautiful home and rooms. Choose a room in the back for a little more quiet and don't miss the breakfast before spending the day in the Garden District, taking the streetcar to the French Quarter or the park. Walk to Magazine Street or simply cross the street for a great meal at the wine bar with excellent food. Ask Don and Sheila where to find the best beignets or local food just a short walk or ride away. Just an excellent experience!
4.6 on December 04, 2015
We had a wonderful time. The people are very nice and the building is very impressive. The surroundings are safe and inviting. We are going back!!
4.8 on October 22, 2015
We were very sorry to leave after four wonderful days as guests of Don and Sheila at this splendid property. Their hospitality was second to none and we loved the morning chats with Don and the excellent breakfasts made by Sheila. New Orleans is a special place but it was made particularly memorable by our stay at Hubbard Mansion. We look forward to the book Don!
5 on October 21, 2015
The Hubbard Mansion was beautiful. Mr. Hubbard was very nice and made sure that we were well taken care of. The Mansion is located a few steps from the New Orleans Street Car stop so transportation was a breeze. I plan to always stay at the Hubbard Mansion whenever I am in New Orleans and I am currently planning my next visit.
5 on August 06, 2015
Our stay in New Orleans was made perfect by the incredible hospitality and helpfulness of the owners and staff of Hubbard Mansion. The house, conveniently located on St.Charles avenue, was beautiful, clean and a wonderful sanctuary to return to after long days touring the city. It is centrally located, which made it easy to visit any place in the city within minutes. There are many wonderful restaurants nearby and the neighborhood, the Garden District, is very beautiful. We still can't believe of luck that we found such a wonderful place to stay during our time in New Orleans.
5 on April 01, 2015
Both Mr. Hubbard and Sheila are awesome!. We had such a great stay, enjoyed good conversation and made new friends. I would reccommend Hubbard Mansion to anyone who wants relaxed stay among nice people. Tom and Sandy
4.0 on April 20, 2014
The ambience and hospitality at the Hubbard Mansion Bed and Breakfast were outstanding as were the breakfasts. Reading and relaxation on the verandah was another plus, as was its convenience to the places we needed to visit.
5 on December 07, 2012
This was our first trip to New Orleans and we wanted someplace quiet, but accessible to the city without a car. The Hubbard Mansion was perfect. A charming host, beautiful clean room, and lovely breakfast make it a treat in a beautiful city. With the streetcar right outside the door, we were able to get everyone easily and safely. I would highly recommend the Hubbard for a true New Orleans experience.
Graceful Louis XVI reproductions (circa 1840) of walnut with lemonwood inlay recall the extravagance of Marie Antoinette. Discovered in Toulouse, France, the brass filigree period furnishings include a fabulous king bed with a triple bevel- mirrored armoire and marble-topped double dresser. Sunshine fills the room from a floor to ceiling front window overlooking historic St. Charles Avenue.
Henry II French antiques of warm walnut with pink and green floral fabrics create a magnificent aura. This room is furnished with a period queen-sized bed and matching single armoire with a full length beveled mirror. This cozy room has an equally magnificent writing table and couch.
A Charles Lock Eastlake (Am. circa 1880) mint condition half-tester double bed demonstrates the rectangular lines that are signature Eastlake. Royal red silk softens the angles of the impressive piece and matching period armoire with matching beveled glass mirror. A vintage clawfoot tub in the private bathroom offers a long, luxurious soak and enhances the period ambiance of this enchanting room.
Rich jewel tones befit the majesty of a museum quality Prudence Mallard (circa 1840-1870) four-poster, full tester king bed. The prized French Creole bed features Mallard's signature egg along with intricately carved mahogany curves. A triple rosewood French armoire balances the bed's proportions. The bells of St. Charles Avenue streetcars further remind guests of another day when time crept by and craftsmanship was prized.
Arguably the most regal, this very private room is the stuff of dreams. Folds of burgundy moiré drape regally from a custom-designed crown-canopy king bed. A marble-topped dresser, triple mahogany armoire, Rosewood 1800 slipper couch and petite writing table lend weight to the indulgent texturing. This is the room for romantics!
Garden District (in town), Garden District (in town)
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 15 miles miles
Airport exit to I-10, towards downtown, exit on St Charles Ave. Proceed to 3535 St Charles Ave.
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