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.
5 on May 11, 2017
We have stayed at this property two times now and just love it. The home is gorgeous and the location is ideal. We enjoy taking the streetcar around to where ever we want to go and being away from the French Quarter. The location on St. Charles is peaceful and so pretty. We just love it.
4.0 on May 06, 2017
The Hubbard Mansion is a beautiful home located in the Garden District of New Orleans. Its a 25 min street car ride (which is conveniently located right in front of the house) or a 15 min taxi/Urber ride to the French Quarter. There is a nice bar across the street. Breakfast is severed between 8am-9am and that is the only food available (e.g. no coffee at off hours). Don and Shiela are super nice people and it was really an honor to stay in their home. They are really interesting folks to talk with. So, if you are looking for a quite place outside of the party in the city, this is the place to stay.
3.8 on May 05, 2017
A delightful property with a very unique atmosphere where we were made to feel really "at home" and were very well looked after by the lovely, warm-hearted Shelia. Good location with street-car stops just outside.
5 on May 04, 2017
It was a wonderful experience for us. This was our first time to New Orleans and the Hubbard Mansion and we will surely be back. Great place to stay.
3.6 on April 24, 2017
In an excellent location with streetcar stops very close by, the Hubbard Mansion provided a unique, charming and very welcoming base for a visit to New Orleans. Shelia was an excellent hostess and Don provided the good humour and unique character to our visit.
5 on March 07, 2017
The perfect place with the perfect hosts for a stay in NOLA.
4.8 on February 25, 2017
Hubbard Mansion is run and owned by wonderful people. I stayed in the Victoria room which was a large lovely room decorated with antique furniture. The bed was extremely convertible. My room was in the front, so right off St Charles. I wasn't bothered by any noise of crowds from parades over Presidents Day weekend. Breakfast each morning was served in the back dining room around a large dining table with other guests and great conversation with owner, Don. We were served coffee, juice, yogurt, eggs, fruit, bacon or sausage, and croissant. This beautiful home is right on St Charles so right on street car line. Convenient to go to many places down the line. Just know that on these parade weekends street cars don't run. Cannot wait to return!
5 on January 08, 2017
My wife and I went to New Orleans to party in the New Year. What we found at the Hubbard Mansion was pure gold. The Mansion is located in the heart of the garden district right on St Charles Ave. It is only a short street car ride from the French Quarter. The house itself is immaculate. I am not an antiques guy but I recognize quality when I see it. The hosts are very friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the city and its history. They gave us some excellent food recommendations. They also arranged our airport transportation as well as a post Katrina tour of the lower ninth ward. They were also happy to grace us with entertaining stories of music, travel, and their personal adventures. I have spent years as a business traveler. My usually choice for accommodations is on the order of Weston or Marriott. After our experience at the Hubbard Mansion I find myself rethinking that philosophy. I like the idea of supporting small business and a big hotel chain is simply not capable of delivering the same quality experience that I got at the Hubbard Mansion. The rooms are clean and beautiful. The service was excellent and the breakfast was hot and tasty. The overall value is why I recommend this establishment to anyone. We went to New Orleans to eat drink and have a good time. We chose the Hubbard Mansion because it was clean, affordable, and in a great location. We got everything that we looking for and we and more. We met some wonderful new friends.
4.2 on November 29, 2016
Our stay at the Hubbard Mansion exceeded expectations! My husband and I along with 10 friends enjoyed a wonderful five days at the mansion during my son and his bride's wedding week. We felt welcomed and comfortable in this beautiful home. The room accommodations and the atmosphere in the mansion were perfect. Thanks to the excellent management and staff at the Hubbard Mansion we will certainly be back to enjoy the hospitality we received on this first visit. Thank you!
5 on August 10, 2016
Lewis and Celisa Alston
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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