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The price was on the cheaper side
“Historical” does not mean to never keep up on needed renovations. Our AC barely turned on and it was a little run down.
The old feeling
I’m sure the place was ok as far as cleaniness goes. I didn’t make it that far.
As I was approaching the hotel there was an altercation happening. Turns out the front desk clerk was getting into a hot tempered altercation with another guest. The police were called. We were surprised to see that this was a family with two small children and a baby. When wanting to cancel my stay the clerk was extremely rude with a bad attitude. I’ve never experienced worse service.
The location was great. There was so much around to see and do within walking distance. The room was charming and huge.. Will stay again next time I am in New Orleans.
Bed bug, no breakfast
Close to the convention center.
I found a bed bug crawling on the bed! Made for a very sleepless night, wondering when the next one was coming to get me. Their own website advertises that they serve a continental breakfast, but they do not, nor did they offer me any compensation for their false advertising after I complained multiple times. The walls in the room and bathroom were haphazardly painted in splotches of different colors, making me wonder if they're selectively trying to paint over some mold. It's a shame because the property could be a real gem if they just cleaned it up a bit and offered the breakfast as advertised.
A mixed bag
location, price seemed attractive but delivered less than value
Room (24) was a real problem...led to a outdoor patio with two sets of sliding/french doors. Either this "room" is rented as a double at times, but during my stay two separate parties shared the unlocked "main" door to the patio. My door was so worn that it did not lock; this on an outdoor patio--you could just push the door in. Shades worn out; bathroom tiles missing, tub drain corroded, and shower controls did not function well. They do not advertise their check in time well, office staff seemed not too friendly.
Neighborhood seems safe. The trolley rails run right in front of the building; however, the trains weren't operating due to construction. There's a 24hr restaurant across the street and a BBQ & pizza place next door; there are 2 sushi restaurants and a CVS within a 10 minute walking distance.
you have to find a place to park in the street as there is no parking provided. We had to circle the neighborhood a few times before we found an open spot.
Location! Street car stop is right across the street. No need to rent a car at all. Easy access to french quarter.
Set in the Lower Garden District, the Historic Streetcar is a family-owned boutique hotel that provides cozy accommodation for guests. Its rooms combine homely decor with modern comforts such as in-room air conditioning, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Select rooms come with balconies.
Converted from two 1890s Victorian Townhouses, the hotel offers complimentary tea and coffee to start each day. Guests can enjoy morning coffees on the hotel’s second-floor garden patio. The hotel also comes with lots of nearby dining options situated only a few meters away. Visitors can indulge in barbecues at Voodoo BBQ and Grill, enjoy drink specials and pies at Slice Pizzeria or dine on freshly made seafood cuisine at Mr. Ed’s Seafood & Oyster House.
The smoke-free hotel houses 26 rooms spread across two floors. It provides daily housekeeping, ironing boards, private bathrooms, and phones. The TVs come with cable channels. Other amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour front desk and ticket/tour assistance for guests.
Conveniently situated directly on the St. Charles Streetcar line, the hotel’s location allows for easy access to many of the local landmarks and attractions. It’s within a 20-minute walk from Mardi Gras World, Port of New Orleans, and the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. It’s also a half hour from Jackson Square and the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airpor is within a 25-minute drive while the New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal is roughly 15 minutes away.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Historic Streetcar Inn is located at 1509 Saint Charles Avenue in Central City, 1.6 km from the centre of New Orleans. The National WWII Museum is the closest landmark to Historic Streetcar Inn.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Historic Streetcar Inn.
Yes, Historic Streetcar Inn offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Historic Streetcar Inn does not offer free parking.
No, Historic Streetcar Inn does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Historic Streetcar Inn is 18.2 km from New Orleans Louis Armstrong. Historic Streetcar Inn is 109.8 km from Gulfport Biloxi Regional.
No, pets are not allowed at Historic Streetcar Inn.
No, Historic Streetcar Inn does not have a pool on-site.