Quarter House Resort

129 Rue Chartres, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States

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  • grandmaR's Profile Photo

    IN the French Quarter


    I have not stayed in this hotel, which is also a time-share. We dropped some folks off here after one of the tours we took, and I was offered this hotel as an alternate to a reservation I made in Mississippi but I didn't particularly want to stay in New Orleans post-Katrina.

    POST KATRINA NOTE: This hotel is open and accepting reservations. They have not reduced their rates but there are a limited number of weeks available for sale -- Foreclosures with prices as low as $4,900.

    Unique Quality: They are no longer advertising an internet rate of less than $100/night for 3 nights. The least expensive rate for a one bedroom suite is $225/night plus tax. The 1-bedroom suite features 1 full bath and a fully-equipped kitchen -- accommodates up to 4 people. The two bedroom suite with one bath (6 people) is $375/night and with two baths is $300/night.

    The website says Each suite has its own completely furnished kitchen, dishes, linens, private Jacuzzi bath or walk-in shower with European shower heads, color television, DVD players, and everything you need to enjoy a relaxing vacation in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Hi-speed wireless internet connections are available in all rooms.

    Our guests also enjoy private telephone service, a courtyard swimming pool, maid service, laundry facilities, and concierge services.

    To top off your stay with us enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings, and on Sunday evenings enjoy complimentary wine and cheese ... both served in our lush tropical courtyard..

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    Quaint accommodations inside the French Quarter


    The Quarter House has 1 & 2 bedroom suites with kitchens. Although a timeshare complex, rooms are available.
    The building was built in 1831and restored in 1983, furnished in a traditional style. Along with the restoration came modern conviences - like an elevator and jacuzzi bathtubs.

    Unique Quality: The small pool and hottub can be found in the central courtyard. This is where the Saturday morning continental breakfast is served and the Sunday wine & cheese tasting is held.

    Directions: Just inside the French Quarter a block from Canal Street.

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    The Quarter House on Chartres


    If you're willing to go through a couple of hours tour & a time share sales pitch, you might be able to get a couple of nights free... it's worth the location & the price!

    If you already own a timeshare, see if it's on your exchange...

    Unique Quality: It's part of a timeshare exchange... I had a lovely one-bedroom on the corner of the 2nd floor of a century-old building. It had 2 queen size sleeper sofas in the living room, a full kitchen & bath (the bathtub was also a whirlpool tub), and live music that started at around 7 pm each night (the sax player around the corner... he was actually quite good!). Since I was there for a full week, the staff got to know me and were quite helpful in recommending places to eat and visit...

    Directions: Chartres (across the street from the Marriott on Canal)

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    The Quarter House


    Unique Quality: Top notch timeshare facility. Incredible interior decorations. Has kitchen, washer/dryer, maid service, locked main entrance. On the edge of French Quarter so not much traffic.

    Directions: Southwest corner of French Quarter. 2 blocks from Bourbon Street

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    The French Qtr where most of...


    The French Qtr where most of the action is, that's good and bad. If you like to turn in early you may want to make sure the room is away the street. I've stayed at The Quarter House a few times and it's always been great. It's a short walk to everything , a great staff and the noise level is never intrusive

    Unique Quality: It has kitchen facilities , which can save a bunch if you've got a bunch.Sleeping for 6 is helpful also.
    The photo is of the living and dining rooms. There are two bedrooms , each with seperate baths and a fold out couch.

    Directions: Chartres, just half a block off Canal. In the French Quarter

More about Quarter House Resort

The Quarter House is fabulous

by TripAdvisor Member pigeonca

We stayed in a gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment. Although some of the amenities, like weekend breakfast, were cancelled, we understood that they were operating with less than a full staff (many establishments in N.O. are running with reduced crews). The people at the desk and the housekeeping staff were friendly and responsive. We would stay there again with pleasure.

A Gem in the French Quarter

by TripAdvisor Member borogirl

Just returned from a two week stay at The Quarter House and had a great time. We stayed in two different rooms 225 & 426 both 2 bed, 2 bath, washer machine, dryer, dishwasher, in fact just about everything to make your stay stress free.
The people on reception were very friendly, very helpful, quick to sort any problem.
The free breakfast on Saturday & Sunday had stopped since Katrina but I'm happy to say it started again on our first weekend there. I can recommend Mena's Palace across the road for breakfast on the other days of the week.
There was a cookery demo on Tuesday evenings. I ate so much we decided to skip dinner.
Breakfast is served in a courtyard at the back, it's lovely. This is where they have their pool, just big enough to have a dip to cool you off from the very hot weather.
I would not hesitate recommending the Quarter House to friends and would jump at the chance of going there again

Unbeatable location - a great choice

by A TripAdvisor Member

Our stay at the Quarter House was fabulous! Although a little nervous as we pulled into the area, the street is a little suspect upon first glance, but the Quarter House and the area is a perfect little gem! Quaint, European feel and delightful rooms. The bathrooms are spacious, including a jacuzzi tub - and for the person who reviewed the Quarter House and said it was dimly lit, the light switch is a dimmer so just needs to be turned higher. The king size bed is a pleasure, and there is plenty of cupboard spaces for clothes. The living area is more than comfortable with a nice layout, and a manageable kitchen area - even for us, as we stayed in a partial kitchen unit. New Orleans is Wi Fi free post Katrina in most of the tourist areas which is great if you are also on business or just want to email home. I would certainly recommend this property to anyone coming to the area. We are well travelled and stayed in many lovely resorts and hotel. The Quarter House is clean, convenient, and full of character. The city is as great as I remember, and it's a terrific time to come as obviously there are less tourists. Everything in the French Quarter is as it should be ... full of great music, great food, and great times. This city needs us. There are flags proudly flying that read " Rebuild. Renew. Rebirth".The locals are happy to be home, and more than happy to see and serve the tourists. A fabulous destination and an incredible property.

New Orleans after Katrina

by TripAdvisor Member JaneSolo

Condotel Quarter House in French Quarter New Orleans.

I just came back from New Orleans last month, a week before the mayorial elections.

I stayed at Quarter House. The location is superb, right in the French Quarter (Vieuw Carre), everything within walking distance.

Quarter House is a condo, run as a hotel.

I was staying as a guest of a friend, but rooms are $175 for one bedroom aprtment,

$275 for 2 BR. Apartments are equipped with kitchens with everything but an oven, but I was not about to cook on holiday.

I did find it useful not to have to go out for every meal and could have snacks in the room for supper or breakfast. Fresh fruits provided at reception desk. Ice in refrigerator/freezer extremely appreciated in hot New Orleans, for making iced coffee in room.

Would be good for families. I was in a 2 BR. Housekeeping provided.

During my stay there was a leak in the bathroom. I reported it and it was promptly fixed.

All the people of New Orleans have been affected by Hurricane Katrina, including management of this condotel, but I would go again.

top five new orleans hotel

by TripAdvisor Member juliebob07

my wife and i have been to new orleans a few times, and by far we enjoyed our stay at the quarter house more than any other accomodations. it is a little expensive, but you get terrific location (a block away from bourbon street and two blocks off of canal...why is this important? stagger, fall, stagger, fall), security (sounds like not much, but you ARE in new orleans), quality furnishings and surroundings, a nice size room (again, doesn't sound like much, but new orleans is a little cramped). new orleans is no place for a family vacation (at least not the french quarter). i understand the new orleans fairgrounds is back in live horse racing business beginning thanksgiving 2006 (the quarter horse season). the hotels and businesses in the french quarter, i am told, are back up and running pretty well. my wife and i are planning to go visit in a few months, and we are planning to tour the STILL remaining destruction and overall mess that remains in the lower income residential areas (i think i said that nicely). if you get a chance to visit new orleans and have the money to afford something more than a hotel room, consider the quarter house property. be selective, though, as there are tons of places to stay in new orleans. i just like to stay fairly close to canal street and not too far off the beaten path.


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Forum Posts

Visiting New Orleans

by lele100

We will be visiting NO at the end of May, we will be staying at the Quarter House in the French Quarter, has anyone ever stayed there is it a nice place? Also if it is a safe area in town? We are also looking for great restaurants, a french breakfast place where we could get french dishes?

Re: Visiting New Orleans

by seagoingJLW

The Quarter House is an elegant condominium resort. You will enjoy it very much.

Some good restaurants nearby include the famous Antoine's and Brennan's

You will have a ball.


Re: Visiting New Orleans

by Robachu1

Check this site to see what the New Orleans Police Dept. says about the French Quarter.


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Address: 129 Rue Chartres, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States