You're greeted with stately columns and regal galleries. Inside, the charm of antebellum New Orleans surrounds you. This grand Greek Revival house of the 1850's exudes both the elegance and decadence of old Creole Louisiana. With soaring 14-foot ceilings and intricate, hand-crafted cypress trim, your room is a respite from the bustle of the street. Some feature 4-poster king beds, others queen and full sized beds. All have private baths. An intimate courtyard invites you to relax in our soothing spa surrounded by tropical greenery and yet you're close to the action. Just six blocks from the French Quarter, a 15 minute stroll to the non-stop energy of Bourbon Street. Fine restaurants, famous jazz clubs and sidewalk cafes are literally a short walk from our front door. Royal Street Courtyard, where you're at home in New Orleans.
5 on July 08, 2014
Phillip was so friendly and gracious. He is also the go-to-guy for a local experience in NOLA. His suggestions for restaurants were absolutely the best. I would have never of found these places on my own. The historic rooms made the experience feel all the more authentic.
5 on June 28, 2014
We spent 4 nights in New Orleans and enjoyed our stay immensely. David and Philip run a wonderful place, in a friendly, easygoing but professional way. The place has a great feel, offers very good value, is close to the action but in a quiet street. The absence of real breakfast is an opportunity to explore the food scene, especially the beignets in the morning. The five stars are well deserved. Laurent, from Brussels. Ps I put the same score for dining but there is no restaurant. A bit silly, you have to rate every category.
4.4 on June 17, 2014
We stayed at the Inn for four nights and loved every minute of it. It was our first trip to New Orleans, but not our last! The Inn was within walking distance to most things we wanted to do and see, and Phillip pointed us in the direction of many more things that we never would have known to look for! Both Phillip and Boo Boo kitty are friendly, welcoming hosts and we would absolutely stay again.
4.6 on May 30, 2014
Phillip has great recommendations for restaurants within the area and we loved the balcony. Perfect location!
4.4 on May 29, 2014
Been here twice and will keep coming back. Some rooms are a little on the functional rather than luxurious side, but everything works and the house overall is great. Philip and David are both wonderful people and full of insider info for a visitor. So much better than staying in the Central City hotels or the French Quarter!
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 18 miles
Directions from New Orleans International Airport: Take I-10 East into New Orleans. Stay in the left most lane and continue onto I-610 East to Slidell. Take exit 3, and turn right onto Elysian Fields. Continue for approximately 2 miles and turn left onto Dauphine Street. Go three blocks to the first stop sign and take a right onto Spain Street. Proceed one block to Royal Street where we are on the corner of Royal and Spain Streets. Parking is free and plentiful and on-street! (Unbelievably, half the taxi drivers at the airport do not know the streets of the French Quarter-- even with a million tourists a month heading there. So be prepared to direct them.) I suggest calling a New Orleans based cab company, United Cab. They sit at a cab stand across the street from the Airport. Call them at (504) 522-9771 and they will drive around and pick you up relatively quickly. They will know the way...
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, River, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Fax Machine, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Piano, Telephone, Wi-Fi , Some rooms have DVD players, Microwave available onsite, Coffee/tea available during breakfast, Iron/Ironing Board available, Hairdryers available, Parking - Free, Easy and On-Street
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fridge, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bicycle rental, Seven live Jazz Clubs/Bars (4 minute walk), Shopping, Sight-seeing
Phillip Lege and David M. Smith