Hotel Provincial

1024 Rue Chartres, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States
(3 star hotel)
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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Excellent location for exploring New Orleans

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 28, 2013

Located in the heart of the French Quarter on Rue Chartres, the hotel Provincial is an atmospheric hotel with very easy walking access to attractions in and around the French Quarter. There are a number of buildings associated with the hotel - we stayed at the back with our own little courtyard.

A continental breakfast is available but limited seating so come early or get your food and enjoy it in the main hotel courtyard - avoid the smokers!
Disappointingly, there were no coffee making facilities in the rooms and coffee was only available in the hotel some time after 10 pm. Other than that, the friendliness of the staff to organise tours and give directions was very good. We stayed in April and could not hear any music or noise though we were two blocks from Bourbon Street.
Don't tray booking through one of the integrated travel websites - they'll tell you the hotel has no availability. We ignored this and called the hotel direct. Rates vary depending on night of the week. You may pay a little more, but location is everything
here.

Unique Quality: There is a picturesque outdoor pool - you can pay extra to have a room overlooking it but, frankly, we did not think it was worth it.

Directions: French Quarter

In the heart of the quarter

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 2, 2009

This hotel was recommended to us by some friends. We were not interested in the cookie cutter hotel with chains across the country, we wanted the ambiance and flavor of New Orleans with a great location. The Hotel Provincial is located on Chartres, which is 2 bloocks up from the river and the french market. Everything in the french quarter is easily accessible. The hotel itself was furnished in antiques, although a little on the shabby side. Beautiful chandelier, wonderful antique bed, non working fireplace, small bathroom tucked into the room. No, it was not luxurious by any means but it was comfortable and served the purpose. The hotel had a beautiful courtyard with a fountain in the middle. Also I saw a very nice pool but has it was November, did not use it.They state they have a continental breakfast but all I saw was some muffins. All in all, though we enjoyed our stay.

Directions: French quarter

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Great Location in the French Quarter

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 30, 2008

Clean, quiet and couldn't be a better location. We were able to walk every where or get to the street cars. The staff was friendly and let us know which areas were not safe to walk at night.

Unique Quality: We loved the courtyard area. A couple of nights we brought our Hurricanes back and relaxed as we had the area to ourselves. The hotel is said to be haunted. Other than some strange photos our friends got from inside their hotel room, we didn't see any ghosts!

Great Hotel and location

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 3, 2007

The staff is very friendly and helpful. Having parking on site is great. The valets are excellent. The rooms are excellent - this is not some cookie cutter Holiday Inn type place. Each room is special with its own taste and decor. This is like the old South. The furniture is not new, nor should it be. Get a room with one of the interior pools or away from the street. If you have a room on the main street (Chartres St.) you will hear the horses and tour guides. The rooms there are great, but not if you are a late sleeper. The main pool is very nice and large with a great courtyard. The location cannot be beat. They also have one of the finest (and expensive) restaurants in alll of NO. Rates vary during the week vs weekend.

Unique Quality: You are only a block away from the market and only two blocks from Bourbon St. (toward the end), but without the noise (except for the horse carriages). An easy walk to anything worth seeing in the FQ, and a quick drive to everything else.

Directions: In the French Quarter.

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Friendly Staff, Large Rooms

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 6, 2004

The staff at this hotel was wonderful. Everyone was extraordinarily friendly and went out of their way to show us a good time. The rooms were a little creepy, because the buildings are something like 150 years old, but they were large and it sort of gives on an "interview with a vampire" feeling. But the plumbing was modern and that counts!

Unique Quality: I bet that this hotel would be a delight in the summer.. but this freezing weekend, I was not able to take advantage of the pool and the view of the Mississippi River just made me more cold!
The hotel is listed in the National Historic Registry, so it could be fun to imagine what all went on within its walls!

Directions: French Quarter

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Address: 1024 Rue Chartres, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States

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Amenities at Hotel Provincial

  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Business Services
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  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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