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.
4.6 on December 10, 2017
We loved our recent stay at the Creole Inn! Kim & Charlie are the onsite supers and they were always available to meet any needs. Kim made coffee every morning and sat with us each day to provide new and different places to go in NOLA during our stay. We stayed in the Memories room and it was a perfect fit! The only problem we had during our stay was the backdoor steps to the patio were broken on the first step. It made it difficult to step down if you have anything in your hands. Other than that little step, we loved our stay and will return soon!! Thank you Kim & Charlie for all your generosity!
5 on September 15, 2017
Location was brilliant, walking distance to the French quarter and really good transport links. The rooms are comfortable and come with everything you need. The area feels really safe and there's loads of nice cafes nearby for breakfast. There is no onsite dining so this was not applicable but youre a ten minute walk from hundreds of bars and restaurants, they do provide tea and coffee and a microwave however. I was checked in by Kim who was really nice and helpful. Overall the Creole Inn is brilliant value and I would recommend it to anyone visiting New Orleans
3.6 on August 30, 2017
We weren't sure when we pulled up to Creole Inn. But once Kim opened the door, we were charmed. Our room was serviceable and perfectly clean and cool, well stocked and roomy enough. Coffee, mini-refrigerator, modest courtyard, a spacious reception area for such a small "inn." We will come again!
4.0 on August 12, 2017
Great location. Plenty of on street parking. Clean rooms. Great hosts. Incredible value. We've stayed there twice, and are looking forward to our third visit to the Creole Inn!
3.8 on April 24, 2017
My daughters and I recently stayed at the Creole Inn and cannot be happier that we ended up booking the Old Europe Suite. It was perfect for the three of us - rooms were clean, beds were super comfortable, bathroom was roomy and clean, the backyard patio area was lovely and Kim and Charlie could not have been more gracious. We thought we would stay in the French Quarter, but really ended up loving the Marigny. Our hosts were able to answer any question we had about dining or sightseeing (not to mention the need to stay hydrated while touring!). We will be back my beautiful NOLA and will stay here again. Thanks Kim and Charlie for guiding us when asked and for being there when needed.
3.6 on April 17, 2017
My husband and I and some friends used the Creole for St Patty's weekend. We got the sweetheart room which was 2 rooms adjoined by a bathroom. Kim and Charlie were very nice. This is not a 5 star hotel. We just basically wanted rooms to sleep in and wanted to use our money for our food and entertainment. That is what they provide. Clean rooms and bathroom. There were a few restaurants and bars in walking distance. Or you can walk about 5 blocks to Bourbon. Wasn't bad at all. Just don't expect the normal bed and breakfast with food and lots of extras. There was a fridge in the room. We brought drinks. They have a nice outside area you can sit and relax in the back. We will definitely stay again. Thanks for the great service!
4.0 on March 28, 2017
We really enjoyed our weekend at the creole inn. The price was great. It was close to everything we wanted to do. The house owners were very nice and helpful. This is not a 5 star hotel. But if you're looking for a nice clean and reasonable place to stay then you will love it. We will definitely stay there again.
5 on March 05, 2017
Kim and Charley were great!! The room and stay were wonderful!!!!! Thanks we will be back!!
3.4 on February 09, 2017
We had the pleasure of staying at this 'alternative lodging option' during a recent stay at New Orleans. I really like the way it remains hidden in the trendy little Marijny neighborhood. You are just a few blocks from the trolley car, which takes you around the perimeter of the French Quarter or it's an inexpensive Uber or Lyft ride from the action. Nothing frilly nor extravagant. No restaurant on site. Just a nice clean room in a secure facility. Not the Hyatt or Hilton. If THAT is what you're looking for, enjoy paying the extra $150/night. I'll save my money and use it towards some of The Big Easy's great food. Thanks Creole Inn!
4.2 on December 10, 2016
This is our fifth or sixth time staying her since 2008. The Inn has improved significantly in the past few years. Kim and Charlie are wonderful hosts and will go out of their way to make your stay a great one. there is no onsite dining, but the Creole Inn is situated in a neighborhood and you can walk to restaurants and cafes
The "Cowboy" Suite features an Art Nouveau style queen-size metal bed in the front bedroom and a full-size bed/twinbed bunk in the rear bedroom, a full private bath, vintage furnishings, and a balcony overlooking the garden with a giant, live oak and a fountain.
"Old EuropeTwo-Bedroom" Suite features a vintage white metal full-size bed that recalls a summer in old New Orleans. An interior hall connects to a full private bath with bathtub/shower combination. The rear bedroom offers 4 bunk beds. It is situated on the ground floor with direct access to the Cyber Parlor and Breakfast Room, and is the only room with direct access to the garden.
The "Plantation" Suite features a wooden four-poster queen-size bed, vintage and antique furnishings, high ceilings and hardwood floors, and private bath with shower.Windows look upon one of the most distinctive townhouses in the Marigny neighborhood.
The "Sweet Dreams" Suite features a king-size bed in the front bedrooms, and a full-size vintage white-metal bed with memory foam in rear bedroom, a full private bath, and a balcony overlooking the garden with a giant, live oak.
Memories is a room on the upper floor features a Queen size memory foam bed and egyptian cotton sheets,high ceilings and hardwood floors, and private bath with shower. Windows look upon Dauphine St. townhouses and the New Orleans skyline.
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.