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.
4.0 on April 19, 2018
Recently stayed at Hubbard Mansion in New Orleans, great location right next to St. Charles street car line, connection to Bourbon Street, Canal Street and Jackson Square. We arrived in New Orleans, parked our car and took the streetcars for our entire stay. Would recommend Hubbard Mansion!
5 on January 12, 2018
Our first visit to New Orleans was made all the more special by our stay at the Hubbard Mansion. Hosts Don and Sheila were warm and welcoming, had great advice and stories to share over a delicious breakfast, and accommodated our odd arrival and departure times. Easy access to the St Charles Streetcar and a terrific central location in the Garden District make this place a logical location to stay in New Orleans. The spotless and nicely appointed rooms and overall hospitality put it over the top. Thanks for helping make our Christmas in New Orleans a memorable one!
5 on January 04, 2018
Words cannot explain the greatness of the Hubbard Mansion and the fine people who operates the facility. It felt like being at home and Mr. Don, Ms. Shelia and Nicole were great. Ms. Shelia gave us a tour of the rooms, while Nicole provided us with a great breakfast every morning (Ask about the warm lemon cake). Mr. Don knowledge and wisdom of New Orleans gave us a glimpse into places to visit while we were there. We stayed in the Victoria Room, simply beautiful. All of the rooms have their own story. We really enjoyed our stay and is looking forward to staying there when we return to New Orleans.
5 on December 23, 2017
My wife and I visited New Orleans for the first time. The experience of our first stay at a bed and breakfast was amazing. The room (The Victoria)was great, the location was great and Mr. Hubbard shared his knowledge and experience. Nicole provided us breakfast which was excellent, especially the warm lemon cake. Ms. Shelia greeted us upon our arrival and gave us a tour of the mansion. We enjoyed learning about each room and its history. The sitting area is a great place to learn even more about the history of the Hubbard's Mansion. Parking was easy. We loved the location, mostly because we could visited the downtown area (10-15 minutes), but we didn't have to stay around the crowd. We are planning to return in August if not before and we will hopefully book our room at the Hubbard's Mansion.
5 on December 04, 2017
A beautiful Garden District Mansion. The facility was immaculate. The morning breakfast was delicious and the perfect proportion. Must try the lemon pound cake. Location is perfect for Garden District. Street Car stop is right in front. Great restaurants are within walking distance. Morning conversations with Mr. Hubbard are like first account history lessons. Whenever in New Orleans, please try to stay at The Hubbard Mansion. The place is spectacular, but the conservation is even worth more.
5 on November 10, 2017
The mansion is beautiful and filled with beautiful antiques. The rooms are spacious, clean, and most comfortable. The bathrooms are clean and perfect. The dining room has a large oval table beautifully set. We met interesting guests at a delicious breakfast made by Nicole. Shiela greeted us on our arrival making us feel welcome. Our favorite parts were our conversations with Mr. Hubbard with his warmth, humor and stories. The mansion is located on St. Charles and the St. Charles streetcar line, which took us downtown.
4.4 on November 04, 2017
In terms of location Hubbard Mansion is perfectly situated on leafy St Charles Street, just far enough away from the city for peace and tranquillity but with a brief ride to get back into the action. What really made my experience in Nola special were my hosts, who can’t do enough to ensure your stay is a pleasant one. I was greeted by Shelia with a hug and who of course has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the best places to dine, shop, etc. They are very proud of both their heritage and the history of how this lovely family home came to be, which you can read about in photos and other framed items adorning the central hallway and lobby Each room has a story … I stayed in the Dookie which was tastefully furnished just enough to give you everything you could need, with a very comfortable bed and a nice quaint bathroom and old fashioned tub. All the rooms are immaculate, together with a large beautifully appointed dining room where we were served breakfast, but it was not stuffy, just great southern hospitality that made you feel relaxed straight away and set you up for the day ahead. If I ever visit New Orleans Hubbard Mansion is definitely where I would call home David Bellerby – Auckland, New Zealand
4.8 on October 04, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at Hubbard Mansion. It made my New Orleans experience feel like home. From Mr. Hubbard's stories to morning coffee on the porch watching the streetcars go by. I loved it and I can't wait to go back!
5 on May 25, 2017
We were a large contingent of people attending my son's graduation. The Hubbard Mansion was the perfect place to spend a lovely weekend. We stayed in the apartment in the back, while other family members stayed in the mansion. The beautiful space in the apartment gave us extra room, while others enjoyed the elegance of the mansion. Breakfast was superb, and provided to us early so we could get to the graduation. Shelia is a wonderful hostess. The streetcar is right out the front door and many restaurants are within walking distance. We will definitely be back!
5 on May 16, 2017
We stayed for our 3rd time for Jazzfest this year. This year we brought enough friends to completely fill the home. We loved staying there as always! The hospitality was amazing - and the stories over breakfast were very entertaining!
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.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Historical interests, University, Zoo
Historic Inn, Mansion
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi