Creole Gardens Guesthouse And Inn - New Orleans29.93878, -90.07392
ex. Creole Gardens Guesthouse & Inn
The family Creole Gardens Guesthouse And Inn offers free self-parking, a safe deposit box and a vending machine.
Many New Orleans sights, including French Quarter are about 25 minutes' walk from the property. The venue is 3 km away from the city center.
There is BECA gallery Bridge for Emerging Contemporary Art train station nearby. Due to its convenient location, guests can get to Louis Armstrong New Orleans airport within 25 minutes drive.
There are 26 individual rooms fitted with free Wi-Fi, individual climate control, a safe, multi-channel TV and ironing facilities. They also have en suite bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
Residents can have breakfast in the dining room. The tapas bar St. Charles Tavern is around 5 minutes’ walk away.
The property offers computers and a business centre to meet the needs of business travelers.
A picnic area and a swimming pool are available at the hotel.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 26.
On-site car park
- Newspaper service
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed
In the Room
1 King-size bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
The staff were great.....Kathy & Keith & resident poet Danny....the cooks were excellent too...(no runny eggs!).....location is perfect.....great stay! We'll be back!
The location is convenient to all area attractions. Guesthouse has a great old New Orleans feel to it. Breakfast was great with nice mellow jazz playing. Some of the rooms were not available due to some hurricane damage so we would definetly like to go back and stay in one of the bordello rooms.
Wish they had an ice machine.
It was a funky, neighborhood B&B, just what we were looking for.
We had a wonderful time reacquainting ourselves with New Orleans, its architecture and cuisine. Keith & Cathy made us feel like family. We thoroughly enjoyed this quaint establishment. Breakfast consisted of eggs (cooked to order), bacon, grits, juice and a wide assortment of breads. We enjoyed the close proximity (one block away) to public transportation (which, for $3/person you cannot beat the value the day pass offers for getting around).
We enjoy relaxing at the end of the day with a drink and the only negative we found, was no ice machine or in room ice bucket.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The decoration was tasteful and original. The garden was a refreshing feature. The position was excellent for the French Quarter, only a short street car or bus ride away. Breakfast was nice.
The staff were very nice. The room was clean, but house is old so be prepared for a little 'oldness' to your room. Breakfast was awesome, cooked as you ordered it and very good!!!
Parking was limited, and on the street, didn't feel too secure although we had no problems with our car and having to park on the street. The rooms (bathrooms) could use some hooks to hang up clothes. No where to put anything. Don't assume your room will be straightened up as with other hotels, this is a bed and breakfast. If you want clean towels you need to ask, if you want the bed made, you need to ask.
It has an authenticity about it that makes it southern make-do with what you have. It's close to the trolley, off St. Charles so a little quieter, close to a dog park, in a pretty typical nola neighborhood--a mix of homes and businesses. I was in the city on business and the cottage/old house atmosphere added spice and made my trip fun!
The temperature dropped the night I was there and it was a little cool in the room.
People there are really accommodating and personable. The guest house is a cool historical place located in an ideal place. It was close enough to everything but distanced enough from the crazy crowds in the French Quarter.
My only complaint is that there is an extremely bright street light that shines directly into the Lulu room that we stayed in on the second floor.