St. Peter House Hotel

1005 St. Peter Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States
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St Peter House Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 29, 2006

A beautiful old hotel from the early 1800s, the St Peter House has 29 comfortable rooms just two blocks from Bourbon Street in the French Quarter. If you are looking to be pampered and catered to, get a chain hotel in the Central Business District. If you want an inexpensive, yet charming place, in the middle of all the French Quarter excitement, the St. Peter House is a great choice.

My room was on the second floor with a balcony entrance overlooking Burgundy Street and the Front Page Bar. This room (#49) was recently remodeled and featured new tile flooring and one of the French Quarter's signature 10-foot ceilings. The door to my room stuck tight and was a pain, but just a minor inconvenience. The room had a TV with cable and a private bath, nothing extravagant. The staff was friendly and efficient, even walking me to my room to make sure I approved, which never happens in the chain hotels.

The only problem is the noise and light...even though the hotel is two streets from the party there is a slow but steady trickle of people throughout the night and the walls don't block much sound; furthermore, the windows reach to the ceiling, but the blinds only block to the top of the door leaving a wide open window about 4 feet x 4 feet, facing southeast to let the morning sun shine in. I was in bed early and wanting to get up early anyway, so no bother for me, but others might not enjoy it!

My room was tiny and just $49 per night, but they also offer one and two bedroom suites for up to $100. Of course, rates are much higher during special events like Mardi Gras.

Directions: The corner of Bergundy and St Peter across from the Front Page Bar

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St. Peter's Guest House - Great on a Budget

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 2, 2003

St. Peter's Guest House is a fantastic place to stay when you are on a budget.

Some of the rooms are pretty small, but they are all clean, and have everything you need. We never spend much time in the room anyway when we are in the French Quarter.

The location is the best! Two blocks away from Bourbon Street, it's close enough for comfort, but far enough away for sleeping!

Another great plus is that balcony!

Unique Quality: The balcony is a perfect place to sit and unwind after a long day in the quarter, and maybe share a late night snack. We like to go get burgers at Camellia's or Petunia's (and a frozen daquari) and sit back and watch the Quarter warriors retreat to their hotels for the evening.

Directions: French Quarter - 2 blocks off Bourbon

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St. Pierre Hotel.

by written on September 7, 2002

$99/night.

Unique Quality: St. Pierre combines the charm of century-old buildings with all the conveniences of a modern hotel. This hotel is ideally situated for visitors to the area and has a warm and welcoming atmosphere that emphasizes friendly and hospitable service. It also has excellent facilities as well as comfortable guest rooms and public areas.

All of the guest rooms are comfortable and nicely equipped to give a feeling of being home while away from home. The hotel also has a variety of facilities and services that are sure to meet the needs of both business and leisure travelers.

Directions: 2 blocks off Bourbon Street in the French Quarter.

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Address: 1005 St. Peter Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116, United States

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