Historic Creole Lodge New Orleans
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delucasarilius (Broklyn, NY) said:   October 22, 2009 6:17 pm PST
An Absolute Preasure. The Creole Inn and the inn keepers were a true pleasure. The Inn is situated in an ideal area for the traveler capturing the essence of New Orleans. Very close to the bars and restaraunts of frenchman st. as well mimis and a great coffee shop around the corner. The Clreole Inn has been on my mind since I left it and I can't wait to return!

jokes107 said:   October 22, 2009 6:16 pm PST
A Warm and Favorable Experience. During the weekend of November 7, 2008, I had the privilege to stay at The Creole Inn and Suites. I arrived early on a Friday morning, and was immediately greeted with warmth and hospitality. Diana was so kind and gracious as we visited in her lovely backyard garden while listening to traditional New Orleans jazz from her CD collection. Soon it began to rain, so Diana invited me in her kitchen where we continued our visit. I was most impressed with this gesture because Diana spoke as if she had known me for years, and I had never knew her a day in my life! Later I met her husband Glenn, and he was wonderful too! The rooms in this bed and breakfast are very cozy and extremely comfortable! A wonderful and restful sleep was received each night, which my body appreciated after walking all day and every day in New Orleans! I was so impressed by the warm and gracious hospitality of the Creole Inn staff that I have decided to make the Creole Inn my home away from home whenever I am visiting in New Orleans. This is definitely a bed and breakfast I highly recommend to all who read this review. The Creole Inn is also very affordable! I look forward to many future visits at the Creole Inn and Suites!

getupandgoCalifornia said:   October 22, 2009 6:15 pm PST
If you want to feel like the locals feel, you don't want to miss the Creole Inn in the Faubourg Marigny district!!! The owners, Ray and Silas, really know how to make you feel at home, and the inn is located in the most amazing area with delicious food, fun neighborhood bars and clubs all within a few blocks! The Quarter is also within walking distance, but who needs to go there? We absolutely loved it and will recommend it to everyone we know. It's got that down-home feeling, not pretentious, not fancy, but comfortable (great beds) and welcoming. You feel like you're one of the locals when you stay there and all the folks there are extremely helpful. Enjoy! Laissez les bon temps roulez!

alohanyc19 said:   October 22, 2009 6:14 pm PST
We stayed for three days at the Creole Inn and we really loved the welcoming atmosphere. Chris and Jen were very helpful with explaining us everything on the map of New Orleans. The room was clean and the whole stay excellent - fresh coffee in the morning and internet access in the guesthouse! It is in walking distance (10-15 min) to the French Quarter. We highly recommend the quiete, friendly, clean guesthouse in New Orleans!!!Thanks!!

joied said:   October 22, 2009 6:12 pm PST
We just got back last night from a weekend stay (9/25-9/27) at the creole inn. We went to NOLA for the weekend for our friends's 30th birthday. We arrive in NOLA friday afternoon and got to the inn about 130pm and was able to get into our room early not lke a conventional hotel where you have to wait till check in time which is usually 4pm. We got a 2br/1ba room for $134 the whole weekend which made us really happy we would have spent triple that staying at a hotel We got all out stuff into the room and didn't have to leave it in the car which was really nice. The room we got is named "cowboy" it has a queen bed in the front room and a twin/full bunkbed in the 2nd room. The inn is very quite we saw one of neighbors the first day but then didnt hear or see them after that we heard 2 women in the hallway but thats it so if you want peace and quite this is the place you want to stay at. You really feel like you are at home. If you like alot of pillows you may want to bring your own the pillows aren't very fluffy but when i called to see if we could get more pillows we got them. Chris and his wife are very accommodating they are very nice and welcoming. The free wi-fi was great to have since everyone who went was addictted to facebook and after partying on bourbon st all night we get back to the house around 230ish maybe and get online but the signal is set pretty low so the back bedroom didn't have a great signal so they had to come to front room and use their laptops ot go down stairs but thats ok at least we didnt have to pay $10 a day for internet like we usually do another word of advise though....we were told we could park anywhere but my friend on his birthday got a parking ticket for parking too close to a fire hydrant make sure you bring a tape measure so you are 15 feet away. The little Indian restaurant around the corner is a great place to eat a must to try for anyone We are definitely planning on staying here again.

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