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Quaint, comfy, good value. Walk or street car to most sights.
I liked the older mansion look. The rooms were a good size. The staff were not accommadating.; They claimed we did not make a reservation through you. Luckily I had my confirmation email. There was no free wine and cheese. Breakfast was sparse. the air conditioner in the room did not work. I would not stay there or recommend the hotel to anyone.
Walking distance to the Frenchman, you really get a local feel staying at the Old Towne. Also just blocks away from local watering holes, it is in the center of everywhere we wanted to be. my boyfriend and I booked here last-minute on our drive back to Chicago from Texas, where we were visiting family for the holidays. We were welcomed warmly and had a great and comfortable time. Olde Towne was just the place for us late-nighters. If you're a bit more high maintenance, and you need polished bathrooms and state of the art amenities... well, New Orleans probably isn't for you, but also you may be better off staying at a Holiday Inn. This place is probably too old school for you.
Reasonably priced for New Orleans. Walking distance to Frenchman Street bars and restaurants. Great little courtyard in the rear. Friendly front desk clerk. NO sound proofing whatsoever. Poorly fitting glass door to room. Inadequate lock. Security gates were left unlocked every night. Lots of noise, yelling and banging of metal ironing boards by staff early in the morning. Water fluctuated crazily between scalding hot and frigid cold. Easy to peer into room/bed from outside.