A Creole House
very nice accomodation
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Unique Quality: cheap
offer discount rates
provides high class sevice
A Creole House
For budget accommodations in the heart of the French Quarter, A Creole House can't be beat. Just $49 per night on the weekend puts you 2 blocks from Bourbon Street. They have huge rooms in a historic old house built in 1830.
This hotel is very basic with no real amenities. In fact the front desk shuts down around 11pm and doesn't reopen until 7am, so if there is a problem, identify it early! My room was clean (except for the bathtub) and relatively nice. The ceiling was impressive at about 10-12 feet high and the bed unique. The room was furnished with antiques and even had an old, old fireplace. For some reason, there were no bath towels, but a hand towel did the trick.
My small room was just $49 per night, but they also offer a few one, two, and three bedroom suites for up to $89. Of course, rates are much higher during special events like Mardi Gras.
Directions: St Ann St and Bergundy St
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