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St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans

St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans

3 Stars

911 Burgundy Street New Orleans LA 70116-3003


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 2
Facilities 3
Service 3
Location 5
Pricing 3
Overall 3.2
Housed in a cosy architecture inspired by traditional 18th-century French quarters and accentuated by modern facilities, St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans creates an ideal base for travellers exploring this part of Louisiana. A trip to New Orleans is not complete without stopping by local must-see sites like Saint Louis Cathedral and Hermann-Grima House. Guests can also explore Marie Laveau's House Of Voodoo or enjoy a breath of fresh air at Louis Armstrong Park. Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is a mile away from the property.

Location
St. Pierre Hotel is on Burgundy Street in the heart of New Orleans French Quarter, six miles from New Orleans Lakefront Airport. During free time, vacationers tee off at Lakewood Golf Club or shop at Oakwood Shopping Center.

Rooms
The beautifully appointed smoke-free have top iron/board, hairdryer, cable TV and air conditioning/heating. Safe deposit box is available at the front desk.

Restaurant
Start the day at New Orleans St. Pierre Hotel with a continental breakfast on site. Diners can also sample local home-cooked meals at restaurants nearby. Cap off the day with refreshing drinks at bars around the property.

General
St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans offers Wi-Fi access, fax/copy services, 24-hour front desk, concierge and parking (fees apply) for added convenience. Recreation facilities available on site include two swimming pools and lush tropical garden.

Additional Information

  • NOTE: Parking fee for a regular day is $34 USD plus tax per night, while parking fee for a day with special event is $45 USD plus tax per night.

Hotel Facilities

  • Dining Room
  • Parking Facilities (At Cost)
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Photocopying Facilities
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Lobby
  • Reception

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Modem / Data Port Connection
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Telephone

St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans Guest Reviews (10)


St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans
2 out of 5

This French Quarter Inn has the potential to be a first-rate, charming accommodation. Just two blocks north of the east end of Bourbon street, it was close enough to walk everywhere, but far enough off the beaten path to be quiet at night. Unfortunately, the linens and bedding were the cheapest of cheap, and while my room was kept clean by a prompt staff, at some point, things get so old that cleaning is no longer enough, and it needs to be replaced. The room had a musty smell and the carpet had a burn from a clothes iron.

Guvnah wrote on January 4, 2012


St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans
5 out of 5

perfect location and very good hospitality, in a wonderful and clean hotel

Nika77 wrote on November 29, 2011


St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans
4 out of 5

I have stayed several times and have never been disappointed. My boyfriend and I stayed in 210 this visit. Beautiful room with nice appointments. Loved our little front porch. Staff was very friendly.

MikeyStew73 wrote on October 4, 2011


St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans
1 out of 5

I would rank this as one of the WORSE hotels I have ever stayed at in my entire life. Do yourself a favor and go somewhere that actually cares about their guests; these people don't deserve a dime, and it's unfortunate that because they are located in the French Quarter and very affordable that it looks like a good deal; It's worth it to pay the extra and stay at the Holiday Inn off the main road about 4 blocks away that has more than sufficient parking and most likely nicer staff, as well as nicer rooms.Small rooms, small bed, slow draining sink, no direct control of the temperature of the room (other than with a fan), a mouse in my room the night before I checked out, along with a maze to find my room. Oh and let's not forget the LIMITED PARKING, which is actually next to none; basically this means if you don't get there by the time they are all taken up, enjoy walking 5-6 blocks and paying $20 for parking, unless you can find street parking, which considering it is in the French Quarter, good luck with that.I asked to talk to someone about the parking issue and other problems, which I was told the person was the 'owner' (which was a lie), and basically was told that nothing would be done.I was also not given a tour of the hotel like I saw other guests being given later on.This place is a joke and I advise anyone looking at their prices as being a deal to go elsewhere.I could include other information on this review about the issues I had with the staff[...], but I would rather this review go up, and they state do not include personal information.The only thing good about this place is the fact they have 2 pools.

quoth09 wrote on August 3, 2011


St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans
4 out of 5

I revisited the history and French influence in New Orleans. I took solo walking and personal guided tours of the city to educate myself about French in New Orleans and Louisiana. The swimming pool could be a bit larger. The continental breakfast was a major plus of the hotel. Perhaps, a social event to introduce visiting guests to one another could be done? I was surprised to find that French was not really alive in New Orleans beyond history. I had hpoed to meet atleast one French speaking person at the Hotel. Your staff was helpful. I really liked my second room! This trip was more personal and intimate in setting and location!

Le Danseur Noir qui parle le francais wrote on July 25, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.2 out of 5
Cleanliness2 out of 5
Facilities3 out of 5
Service3 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing3 out of 5

St. Pierre Hotel New Orleans Guest Reviews

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2 out of 5

This French Quarter Inn has the potential to be a first-rate, charming accommodation. Just two blocks north of the east end of Bourbon street, it was close enough to walk everywhere, but far enough off the beaten path to be quiet at night. Unfortunately, the linens and bedding were the cheapest of cheap, and while my room was kept clean by a prompt staff, at some point, things get so old that cleaning is no longer enough, and it needs to be replaced. The room had a musty smell and the carpet had a burn from a clothes iron.

Review by: Guvnah
Date stayed January 4, 2012

5 out of 5

perfect location and very good hospitality, in a wonderful and clean hotel

Review by: Nika77
Date stayed November 29, 2011

4 out of 5

I have stayed several times and have never been disappointed. My boyfriend and I stayed in 210 this visit. Beautiful room with nice appointments. Loved our little front porch. Staff was very friendly.

Review by: MikeyStew73
Date stayed October 4, 2011

1 out of 5

I would rank this as one of the WORSE hotels I have ever stayed at in my entire life. Do yourself a favor and go somewhere that actually cares about their guests; these people don't deserve a dime, and it's unfortunate that because they are located in the French Quarter and very affordable that it looks like a good deal; It's worth it to pay the extra and stay at the Holiday Inn off the main road about 4 blocks away that has more than sufficient parking and most likely nicer staff, as well as nicer rooms.Small rooms, small bed, slow draining sink, no direct control of the temperature of the room (other than with a fan), a mouse in my room the night before I checked out, along with a maze to find my room. Oh and let's not forget the LIMITED PARKING, which is actually next to none; basically this means if you don't get there by the time they are all taken up, enjoy walking 5-6 blocks and paying $20 for parking, unless you can find street parking, which considering it is in the French Quarter, good luck with that.I asked to talk to someone about the parking issue and other problems, which I was told the person was the 'owner' (which was a lie), and basically was told that nothing would be done.I was also not given a tour of the hotel like I saw other guests being given later on.This place is a joke and I advise anyone looking at their prices as being a deal to go elsewhere.I could include other information on this review about the issues I had with the staff[...], but I would rather this review go up, and they state do not include personal information.The only thing good about this place is the fact they have 2 pools.

Review by: quoth09
Date stayed August 3, 2011

4 out of 5

I revisited the history and French influence in New Orleans. I took solo walking and personal guided tours of the city to educate myself about French in New Orleans and Louisiana. The swimming pool could be a bit larger. The continental breakfast was a major plus of the hotel. Perhaps, a social event to introduce visiting guests to one another could be done? I was surprised to find that French was not really alive in New Orleans beyond history. I had hpoed to meet atleast one French speaking person at the Hotel. Your staff was helpful. I really liked my second room! This trip was more personal and intimate in setting and location!

Review by: Le Danseur Noir qui parle le francais
Date stayed July 25, 2011

3 out of 5

We enjoyed the hotel. The room was very quaint. Very old New Orleans style. The room was in one of the cottages. The room was well air conditioned. We had a room with two double beds. One of the beds had a broken bedframe so it was not level and rather lumpy. The pool was small but clean. It was very quiet so we could sleep in in the morning if we wanted to.

Review by: Couple aged 55 plus
Date stayed July 24, 2011

5 out of 5

This hotel is definitely no Ritz Carlton, but if you want a true French Quarter experience, you should stay at the St. Pierre!! We had 2 rooms between 4 friends, and throughout our 5 day stay, we felt as if we had our own gorgeous courtyard with our own pool. I've read a lot of reviews about this hotel, and trust me, most of the bad reviews are from people who have never been to the quarter before... These buildings are at least 200 years old and aren't the cleanest. If you want a true french quarter experience, stay here. If you're a hoity-toity hotel snob, the Ritz, or the Roosevelt are within a mile away.

Review by: QuarterRat
Date stayed July 20, 2011

2 out of 5

The Hotel was a little ran down but they were doing renovations while we were there. The room that we bought was a standard double bed. When we walked up the flight of stairs to our room it was tucked back in a corner and was very small & hot! We immediately went back to the fron office and upgraded our room. I was with my boyfriend and another couple. Their first room was a little better than ours but they wanted to upgrade if we did the rooms we a little musty and poor a/c. After we upgraded my boyfriend & I got a pretty large room that was semi cold. It was WAY better than the first room and we only had to pay an extra $20 a night. Which isn't that bad. My friends room that they upgraded to was newly rennovated and was a lot nicer but i went to new orleans to have an antique kind of trip so the upgraded room was workable for us. The doors dont really lock they do but if some one wanted to get in they could. Fortunately no one went in our room while we were gone. If you are looking for an older unique & dont care tobe hot it is a very cool hotel. Its more of a cottage feel. Would I reccomend this to someone? Only if you want a good price not the normal cookie cutter hotel and personality to the room. It was very close to burbon street but kind of farm from the casino adn some of the river tours. overall i had a blast and the rooms heat frustrated me at times but it wasnt horrible.

Review by: sarah
Date stayed June 23, 2011

3 out of 5

The Hotel was mainly for sleeping as there is plenty to do in New Orleans. The Staff seems to have fun, get the job done for the most part and have fun but were a bit too casual for the general patron. I personally didn't mind but I overheard others sidehanded comments.The rooms were typically small but by booking thru [...]I was able to upgrade to a bigger room very cheaply. One negative was the blinds didn't block the sunlight - just the intense rays. I like to sleep in and couldn't with a 5am sunrise.The rooms were also not well maintained which was supposed to be charming but made me feel it was run down. It was unique in many regards such as having many small pools.Over all I wasn't disappointed but that was due to the decent price I got for the room size I stayed in.

Review by: Non Major Traveller
Date stayed June 16, 2011

4 out of 5

Great location, just 5 minutes walk through picturesque streets to Boubon Street, the hotel was reasonably priced, pretty basic but very clean. The staff were all really friendly and helpful. There is a little store across the street which was useful. It was at the quiet end of The French Quarter and even though my room was right on the front of the street it was very peaceful. Having walked past some of the other hotels closer to and on Bourbon street I was very happy with my choice. A great place to put you right in the French Quarter and to base yourself from if you want to walk around, take a tour and have a safe, cool, clean place to retreat to.

Review by: First time in New Orleans
Date stayed June 11, 2011

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