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Grenoble House

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The mid-range Grenoble House is a charming hotel that draws couples and families seeking a central location in the French Quarter and near Bourbon Street. The hotel has a pool in an attractive outdoor courtyard, a gift shop in the lobby, and a limited free breakfast. Its 17 large suites are homey and include separate living rooms and full-size kitchens. But the furniture throughout is somewhat dated, and guest should note that they must leave their keys with the front desk when leaving the hotel. Travelers seeking a more style-conscious hotel in the same area with additional amenities may want to consider the Dauphine Orleans Hotel. 

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Hotel Mazarin

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The Hotel Mazarin is an upper-middle-range boutique located in the heart of the French Quarter, just half a block from both Bourbon and Royal Streets. The 102 rooms are charming and elegant, featuring black-tiled bathrooms, iPod docks, and coffeemakers. Unfortunately, thin walls create noise issues for all rooms. Wonderful freebies include expansive breakfasts with hot and cold fare, welcome drinks at a nearby bar, and Wi-Fi. Although there are no spa, pool, or full restaurant, a popular wine bar with outdoor seating is on-site, as is a gorgeous greenery-filled courtyard that provides a respite from the crowds outside. This is a solid pick for those looking to explore the main tourist attractions on foot and who don't mind a little late-night noise. Travelers wanting a quieter boutique should consider the Inn on St. Peter. 

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Hotel Le Marais

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Hotel Le Marais is a mid-range boutique located in the heart of the French Quarter, set half a block from both Bourbon and Royal Streets. Its 66 rooms are contemporary and well-sized, albeit a bit bland and generic, and some have furnished balconies. Quality amenities consist of flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, bathrobes, and free Wi-Fi, though there are no mini-fridges and many guests have complained of noise from the street, neighboring rooms, and elevators. Great freebies include daily breakfasts with hot and cold fare, welcome drinks at the bar, and in-room bottled water. The highlight here is arguably the lovely courtyard with a small heated saltwater pool and ample seating. This is a good pick for travelers wanting a hotel with a quiet atmosphere that's still near all the action. It's worth comparing rates with the similar, but more charming Hotel Mazarin.

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French Market Inn

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Housed in an 18th-century building, French Market Inn is a charming, reasonably priced hotel in the French Quarter loaded with period details and personality. The lower-middle-range hotel has an attractive brick courtyard with a fountain and even a small outdoor pool. Its 120 rooms convey the property's history with exposed brick walls and ornate decor; some rooms also have balconies. However, past guests have complained that rooms pick up street noise, and the inn lacks any dining options (not even breakfast). For a similar historic hotel in the French Quarter, travelers could consider Grenoble House, which also includes a free breakfast. 

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Olivier House Hotel

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Located in the heart of the French Quarter and just one-minute away from lively Bourbon Street, Olivier House Hotel is a charming two-and-a-half-pearl, boutique-style property with 42 guest rooms. This old courtyard mansion has oodles of Old World charm. Guest rooms are arranged around two delightful inner courtyards filled with plants and trees; while the balconies provide views of the greenery and swimming pool below. Rooms and suites are decorated in an old-fashioned style with antique furniture, fireplaces, and oil paintings. Downsides include noise and lack of a restaurant or breakfast service. A similar historic property in the French Quarter worth considering as an alternative is the mid-range Hotel Provincial. 

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The Saint Philip Hotel

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The St. Philip French Quarter Apartments consists of 16 fully furnished one- and two-bedroom apartments and suites with fully equipped kitchens. Each unit has its own quirky design, but all are spacious and homey. Common space consists mainly of a fun interior courtyard filled with plants, pink flamingo statues, and other decorations depending on the season. Be aware that units are spread over four floors, and there is no elevator.

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Courtyard New Orleans French Quarter/Iberville

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Courtyard New Orleans Downtown/Iberville is a great value mid-range property that's convenient for both business travelers and tourists who want a clean and quiet base to explore the French Quarter. It's attached to a Ritz-Carlton, where guests can pay a fee to use the swimming pool and spa facilities. Cheerful, vibrant rooms look more like those in a boutique hotel than the standard chain. Mini-fridges, iHome docks, and coffeemakers are nice touches, but views of a neighboring building can feel claustrophobic. Vieux Carre Café provides specialty coffee and pre-made sandwiches, but better options abound in the French Quarter neighborhood. If you're looking for a sexier boutique hotel with a great jazz bar, compare rates at the nearby Saint Hotel, Autograph Collection (which is often slightly more expensive).

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Bluegreen Vacations Club La Pension, Ascend Resort Collection

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

A time-share property that doubles as a hotel, the three-pearl Bluegreen Vacations Club La Pension has a large rooftop terrace and a great French Quarter address. Owned by Choice Hotels, the 67 French Decadent-style apartments each include a flat-screen TV, modern kitchenette or full-size kitchen, and contemporary bathrooms; balconies are available in some rooms. The elegant hotel has a laundry room and free Wi-Fi throughout, but no other hotel features. Complaints have been made about noise and a fee for daily housekeeping. Guests seeking a French Quarter hotel with additional amenities may want to compare prices at the French Market Inn, which has a small outdoor pool. 

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Lafitte Guest House

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Located on the famous Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, the Lafitte Guest House is a three-pearl boutique hotel near the city’s most popular areas. Built in 1849, the hotel is an attraction in itself, doubling as an art gallery and filled with classic French decor from another era. Its 14 rooms are elegant and include flat-screen TVs and mini-fridges, though bathrooms are small and are starting to show their age. A free breakfast buffet, shared kitchen, and a business center round out the amenities, plus there's an attractive courtyard that makes for a lovely spot to gather with other guests. Many guests complain of noise issues due to the Bourbon Street location, however; for something that's a bit quieter, travelers might want to check out the Grenoble House, another French Quarter property that has the added perk of a pool. 

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Bienville House

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Straddling two busy French Quarter streets, the historic Bienville House is as an urban oasis, with tropical rooftop terraces and a soothing courtyard. This boutique hotel has fewer than 100 rooms, a parlor-like lobby and friendly touches, such as free lemonade and cookies in the afternoon. High ceilings make the rooms feel spacious, but the decor is unremarkable, and Standard Rooms lack windows.

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Inn on St. Peter

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The three-pearl Inn on St. Peter is a charming, small hotel in the French Quarter, housed in an early 19th-century building with a leafy courtyard. It’s in a quiet location, so it’s a good choice for those who want to stay near Bourbon Street (a three-minute walk) without the noise. Its 29 guest rooms and suites have homey details, like hardwood floors, rich-looking fabrics, and plush, pillow-top bedding. Mini-fridges don't come standard, but all units are otherwise nicely equipped with flat-screen TVs, Keurig coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi, and some open to the building's wraparound balcony. Bathrooms have Carrara marble tile and come stocked with Aveda bath products. Features are extremely limited, with no breakfast or on-site restaurant. Travelers who want a distinctive small hotel that's a step up in terms of amenities can consider the nearby Place d’Armes Hotel. 

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Prince Conti Hotel

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

This 76-room mid-range hotel has an amazing location in the French Quarter, not even a block from famed Bourbon Street. Housed in a historic 19th-century townhouse, the Prince Conti Hotel has plenty of New Orleans charm. Its age does show, though, inside the building, which is in need of some upgrades. There are few on-site amenities, and the rooms feature outdated furnishings, like tube TVs. The hotel does offer free Wi-Fi for guests, comfy beds, and great breakfasts at the on-site Conti Cafe. The rates are quite reasonable for the French Quarter, and the property is a good option for travelers seeking a convenient location -- and little else. The French Market Inn is also worth a look, for those who prioritize modern digs over proximity to Bourbon Street.

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French Quarter Suites Hotel

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The 34-room French Quarter Suites Hotel is a simple, affordable budget hotel not far from the French Quarter of New Orleans. The rooms are plain, and range from cramped studio rooms to expansive suites, including the Four-Bedroom Party Pads. It's location is great, near the bustling French Quarter, but not right in it, so there's less nightlife noise -- though exterior hallways can result in some noise from neighboring guests. The hotel provides free continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and has a small pool to itself, as well as a larger pool shared with neighboring properties.  

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Best Western Plus French Quarter Landmark Hotel

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

BEST WESTERN PLUS French Quarter Landmark Hotel is positioned just three blocks from infamous Bourbon Street. The three-pearl, 102-room property is ideal for couples and friends, especially during NOLA's many festivals. Families and business travelers may prefer a quieter setting, but for location and price, this hotel is tough to beat. It's located within one of NOLA's most LGBT-friendly areas, walking distance to restaurants, bars, shops, and clubs. The hotel has the basic features of a mid-range chain hotel, and guests are particularly fond of the sizable (though seasonal) pool and generous free breakfast buffet. There's a fee for parking, which doesn't come with in and out privileges, and the hotel is surrounded by a maze of one-way streets, making it less than ideal for guests with vehicles. Check prices at Le Richelieu if you prefer a boutique hotel experience to a chain, but the bathrooms there are from another era.

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Hotel Villa Convento

French Quarter, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The historic Hotel Villa Convento is a budget, family-run guesthouse conveniently located in the French Quarter that dates back to the 1830s and boasts Jimmy Buffet as a former boarder. The historic Creole townhouse features exposed brick walls, balconies, and views of the skyline, but also comes with a set of drawbacks, which include old plumbing, mustiness, and other signs of age and wear and tear, though overall this quirky property is charming and full of character (and is even said to be haunted). Its 25 funky rooms are fairly basic, but comfortable, and some have lovely balconies. Amenities are limited, but freebies include parking, Wi-Fi throughout, and coffee in the morning. There's a charming outdoor courtyard skirted in lush greenery. There are several other comparable properties in the area that travelers might want to consider instead, however, such as the Frenchmen Hotel, which has a pool in its courtyard, or the Chateau Hotel.