Henry Howard House

2041 Prytania St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction Average
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Good For Business
  • Families50
  • Couples73
  • Solo100
  • Business100

More about New Orleans


Sculpture GardenSculpture Garden

at Cabildo museumat Cabildo museum

our driver/guideour driver/guide

Commander's Palace RestaurantCommander's Palace Restaurant

Forum Posts

Travel to New Orleans in Fall

by Seattletany

We love seafood especially crawfish. Is it safe to travel to New Orleans this Fall 2010 after what happened with the gulf? We want to make sure when we go order crawfish at restaurant there we won't get sick.

Re: Travel to New Orleans in Fall

by goodfish

From http://www.2theadvocate.com/features/food/94295529.html:

Crawfish safe from oil:

“Crawfish are raised in freshwater ponds and the Atchafalaya Basin,” Romaire said. “There are no crawfish ponds sufficiently close to the coast that can be impacted by the oil spill. Actually,” he added, “LSU AgCenter statistics from the past decade show a large percentage of the crawfish crop is harvested from ponds. More than 98 million pounds of crawfish came from domestic ponds in 2009,” Romaire said. “The wild crawfish crop accounted for nearly 15.5 million pounds.”

Re: Travel to New Orleans in Fall

by ter1413

Only one way to find out.......

Re: Travel to New Orleans in Fall

by Odinnthor

....besides, no restaurant in New Orleans is going to serve you fish that might make you sick from exposure to oil, - if it could have been contaminated by oil, which the crawfish have not.

The last thing this amazing and beleguered city needs is a third reaqson to keep people away.

So go and have a ball in NOLA, and if you remember anything when you come back, tell us about it......d:o)

Here is something to get you in the mood, - and if you don't like what the doctor say, - Jackomo finne an dey.....d:o)


Re: Travel to New Orleans in Fall

by Seattletany

Thanks all for the responses!

Re: Travel to New Orleans in Fall

by goodfish

Enjoy NOLA! It's a fun city with a lot to see and do! And the music??? Doesn't get much better.

Re: Travel to New Orleans in Fall

by ter1413

try the fried pickles!

Re: Travel to New Orleans in Fall

by goodfish

Arg - someday I'll be able to think of more than one thing at a time! :)

One of the joys of New Orleans is exploring the flavors of Cajun and Creole cooking. By all means, enjoy the seafood but maybe give muffuletta sandwiches, andouille sausage, dirty rice, red beans and rice, gumbos and jambalaya (made both with seafood and/or meats) and some of the other traditional dishes a shot?

Here are a couple short little background articles on New Orleans cuisine to make you good and hungry!



Travel Tips for New Orleans

What's Open in the French Quarter

by ErinInMD

If you haven't been to New Orleans, there is not one thing I can tell you to experience. Everyone gets something different out of this city.

Regardless, due to Katrina you will need to know what's open when you're down there. You can do it one of two ways:

1) Prior to leaving, you can go to QuarterCrawl.Com and look and see what's open.

2) You can ask your hotel for the lastest copy of "French Quarter Pocket Guide." It's a handy guide of what's open right now in the French Quarter and Marigny. It is published every two weeks on Friday. I found my copy at the front desk of my hotel. You can also find them at various bars, shops and restaurants.

The pocket guide has addresses, phone numbers and maps inside of it. It's a very handy thing to have while deciding where to go.

go with a group

by ChefSalt

I've never seen so many breasts in one evening
nor have I seen so many people in the streets in one evening
and never have I been molested by so many people trying to pick my pockets in one evening
Good food
Good Freinds
Good drinks
Good music
what else could one ask for I don't remember to much I was pretty waisted the whole time
I'll have to look back in my journals and get back to you on this one

Stop by the French Quarter,...

by Jane98

Stop by the French Quarter, take a walk in the streets and stop in one of those bars with live music. Day or night, your trip will be followed by Jazz. I remember that all family playing Jazz: from the little one who may have been 6 up to the grand-father. There were like 10 people.

Cruise down the mighty Mississippi

by vigi

I never saw a moving steamboat, the nly steamboat we had in Hong Kong are those "eatable" steamboat (hotpot) ^0^. So I decided to take a cruise down the mighty Mississippi! Savor the beauty and romance of New Orleans on a two-hour cruise from the heart of the French Quarter.

Pick restaurants carefully. ...

by llama765

Pick restaurants carefully. Lots of hype does not mean great food. For instance: Antoine's Restaurant has always been associated with New Orleans, but in deciding whether to go there, we walked by at prime time on a Saturday night and there were only 4 customers in the restaurant. I can guess what that means. Had a great walk on river walk along the mighty Mississippi. Started out early in the morning and finished at Jackson Square for Cafe au Lait and Beinget's (spelling ?). The Cafe au Lait is wonderfull, but the beignets were greasy, doughy and got powerdered sugar all over my black pants. Proceed with caution on the dough balls.


Popular Hotels in New Orleans

Omni Royal Orleans

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

621 St. Louis Street, New Orleans

Show Prices

The Bourbon Orleans Hotel

Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

717 Orleans Street, (Formerly "Wyndham"), New Orleans

Show Prices

Le Pavillon Hotel

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

833 Poydras St., New Orleans

Show Prices

Hotel Monteleone

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

214 Rue Royale, French Quarter, New Orleans

Show Prices

View all New Orleans hotels

View all New Orleans hotels

Latest New Orleans hotel reviews

JW Marriott New Orleans
992 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 7, 2014
Royal Sonesta Hotel
1855 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 8, 2014
Maison Dupuy Hotel
306 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 8, 2014
Embassy Suites Hotel New Orleans
670 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 9, 2014
Saint Philip French Quarter New Orleans
157 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 6, 2014
Cornstalk Hotel
170 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 10, 2014
Omni Royal Crescent Hotel
632 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 8, 2014
Studio 6 New Orleans East
27 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 1, 2014
Frenchmen Orleans at 519
55 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 5, 2014
Rathbone Mansions
227 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 6, 2014
Ambassador Hotel New Orleans
330 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 9, 2014
Omni Royal Orleans
1684 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 9, 2014
Residence Inn New Orleans Convention Center
212 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 4, 2014
Lamothe House
136 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 7, 2014
Frenchmen Hotel
312 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 8, 2014

 Henry Howard House

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Henry Howard House Hotel New Orleans

Address: 2041 Prytania St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States