x The average starting price for a place to stay in New Orleans is £104 per night.
4125 Saint Charles AveOutstanding 100%
Peter52p This accommodation is one of the best I have stayed in. It has that homely touch rooms are perfect and at this price you could not ask for any more I think you could pay three times this price any where else for the quality you get at the Creole Inn if I came back to New Orleans this would be my first pick for accommodation. THE BEST
1628 Carondelet StreetExcellent 92%
gabrielle23 If you are planning a trip to Nola, YOU have to take that youth hostel. Robert is a really cool guy, extremely convenient and always there to help. I've really enjoy my vacation. Thanks again Robert! Gab
3701 Tulane AvenueExcellent 91%
124 South Lopez StGreat 82%
katie1992 The Hostel was friendly, a lot of fun and we'll definitely be revisiting next time we're in New Orleans. This boho joint catered for cool travellers and offered so much: ensuite rooms, fresh-cooked breakfasts, a swimming pool, a stage for performers and a really friendly atmosphere - all for a very reasonable tariff. Owner Kenny was a jovial host, hanging out with the guests and making great conversation. There was easily-available and up-to-date information on everything from food to local gigs. Wifi throughout the hostel made communications easy, plus if you don't have your own computer/smartphone, you can use the hostel's desktop computer for a good hourly rate. 24-hour check-in means arriving is easy and worry-free. The hostel is very close to a tram route taking you straight to the heart of New Orleans for $1.25 - real handy. I'd definitely recommend this delightful place to the cool, New Orleans visitor who wants to stay in a spot that's memorable, fun and atmospheric.
6322 Chef Menteur HwyGreat 80%
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