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Andrew Jackson Hotel

New Orleans, LA, US (MSY)

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Based on 413 reviews
Andrew Jackson Hotel offers the best of French Quarter Style on Royal Street.
Style: Stylish, French Quarter Charmer
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Standard Room - One Queen Bed - Andrew Jackson Hotel - 3

Standard Room - One Queen Bed

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$148 $99
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This charming room located in a tranquil courtyard setting features one queen bed. Accommodates up to two people.
 
Amenities:
  • Queen Bed
  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • Cable TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Private Bath With French Toiletries 
  • Free Wi-Fi
 
 
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Standard Room - One Double Bed - Andrew Jackson Hotel - 1

Standard Room - One Double Bed

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$148 $99
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This charming room located in a tranquil courtyard setting features one double bed with a full bath and modern amenities. Accommodates up to two people.
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Standard Room - Two Queen Beds - Andrew Jackson Hotel - 4

Standard Room - Two Queen Beds

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$178 $119
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This charming room located in a tranquil courtyard setting features two queen beds. Accommodates up to two people.
 
Amenities:
  • Two Queen Beds
  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • Cable TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Private Bath With French Toiletries 
  • Free Wi-Fi
 
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Standard Room - One King Bed - Andrew Jackson Hotel - 2

Standard Room - One King Bed

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$178 $119
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This charming room located in a tranquil courtyard setting features one king bed. Accommodates up to two people.
 
Amenities:
  • One King Bed
  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • Cable TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Private Bath With French Toiletries 
  • Free Wi-Fi
 
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Andrew Jackson Hotel
919 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA US 70116

Location

Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the Andrew Jackson Hotel, is near everything from the famous antique shops of Royal Street to the hottest night spots, hip cafes, and some of the world`s finest restaurants.

Why Stay Here

  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • Free High-speed wireless Internet access
  • Daily Housekeeping Service
  • All guest rooms are non-smoking
  • Lush and Beautiful Creole Courtyard with a traditional French Quarter Fountain
  • Fax and Copy Services at Front Desk
  • Friendly and Knowledgeable 24 hour Front Desk Staff with Concierge Services

Resort Details

As one of a small handful of hotels set inside the city`s historic Vieux Carre district, this French Quarter hotel offers guests a distinct mixture of history, ambiance and charm unlike any other.
The friendly staff at Andrew Jackson looks forward to providing their guests with excellent service. At this historic New Orleans French Quarter Hotel, you are invited to step back in time into the romance of Old New Orleans and experience the history, ambiance and charm of the Andrew Jackson Hotel. Come stay with us and experience New Orleans at its best.

 Historical Facts About the Property!

The Andrew Jackson French Quarter Hotel, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is located on the site of the famous courthouse where Major General Andrew Jackson was indicted for contempt of court and charged with obstruction of justice. A major general in the War of 1812, Jackson became a national hero when he defeated the British at New Orleans. Jackson incurred the charges of obstruction when he imprisoned the judge who had charged him with contempt. When the future President of the United States appeared in court, he refused to answer the interrogatories and promptly received a fine of $1,000. In 1844, congress ordered the fine with interest [$2,700] to be repaid.

Leaving the courthouse that day, Jackson stopped and spoke to a large crowd that had gathered :
``I have during the invasion of New Orleans exerted every one of my faculties for the defense and preservation of the Constitution and the laws. On this day I have been called upon to submit to their operations, under circumstances which many persons might have thought sufficient to justify resistance considering obedience to the laws, even when we think them unjustly applied, is the first duty of the citizen, and I do not hesitate to comply with the sentence you have heard pronounced; and I entreat you to remember the example I have given you of respectful submission to the administration of justice.``

Accommodation Details

Guestrooms are located amid landscaped Creole courtyards and authentic Vieux Carré architecture. This Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • Cable TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Private Bath With French Toiletries 
  • Free Wi-Fi

Nearby

Just steps away, you`ll find exquisite shopping, museums, historical landmarks, The French Market and Mississippi River cruises.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Valet parking is $38.00 plus tax per day. Special event parking is $45.00 plus tax per day. Parking fees are mandatory if planning on parking at the property.

AMENITIES:
  • Exterior Corridors
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Local Calls
  • Ice Machine
  • Interior Corridors
  • Kids Stay Free (Based on Age)
  • Multilingual Staff
  • On-Site Check In
  • Parking (Fee)
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 413 reviews
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Submitted on 16-05-2016
Small, intimate hotel with large "old New Orleans " high ceiling rooms furnished with antiques and overlooking a quiet, easily accessible courtyard. Centrally located and within easy walking distance of everything the French Quarter has to offer. Breakfast is included in the price and is brought to your room or the courtyard (your choice) by Annie, a delightful woman with marvelous tales and life stories. This was not our first trip to NOLA, but it was our best.
from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Submitted on 16-05-2016
The room was what you could expect for the price in the french quarter so close to bourbon st. The staff was helpful as well. However what I will say is that all they seem to want to do is pile charges on top of charges, parking cost (of course), a roll-out bed cost (considering I was the only guest who needed it from what I have seen). I would definitely say this hotel IS worth the visit/stay if you want to stay on/near Bourbon st.
from Kent, United Kingdom
Submitted on 22-05-2016
Andrew Jackson hotel is perfectly situated in the middle of town. The room was adequate but the courtyard was amazing! Bathroom was small and the wardrobe was just a hanging space. Okay for a short stay as the staff, Audoin and John on reception and Annie doing breakfast and many other tasks were most helpful and went beyond their duties!
from New Orleans, Louisiana
Submitted on 23-05-2016
While a bit pricey, very on par with the rest of the Quarter. Rooms are kinda small, but the ambience, courtyard, and location more that make up for this. Add to the mix that the hotel is haunted, I fully recommend a stay here. Have a cool drink in the courtyard then head out to explore the French Quarter.
from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Submitted on 23-05-2016
My husband and I stayed here for my birthday last year. It's a classic hotel and provides an authentic New Orleans experience. It's very conveniently located in the French Quarter. The room was older, but clean and comfortable. They also provided the most delicious smelling shampoo and lotion and the staff was wonderfully friendly.
from Troup, Texas
Submitted on 06-06-2016
My wife and I made a last minute trip to New Orleans and stayed at the Andrew Jackson Hotel. Being last minute we had a limited selection of hotels available. We did not know much about this hotel, but were very please when we arrived. We were greeted by Audoin and he was extremely helpful and friendly. Being between Bourbon Street and Jackson Square/French Market the location can not be beat. We will be staying here again and will recommend all my friends stay here.
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Submitted on 06-06-2016
The Andrew Jackson is a quaint boutique hotel. It is an old historic building so don't expect elevators, fancy marble lobbies and Starbucks. It is in a great location on Royal. It is close to all the great places to see. It has a quaint courtyard and old feel, but it's sweet and cool. The staff are very professional .
from chezare13
Submitted on 12-06-2016
The Andrew Jackson' location is perfectly situated in the French Quarter, close to everything, quaint lobby and great Courtyard. I booked the room with the expectation that the room would small and possibly dated. I didn't expect it to be tiny, with holes in the walls, dirty worn out carpet, windows that didn't fit the frames and furniture that was far from antique (think bad thrift shop...dresser with drawers that wouldn't shut) and extension cords stretched everywhere. Made me feel like eve... Read more
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Submitted on 14-06-2016
This has been an awesome place to stay! The staff is super friendly and funny, thanks John for the jokes! The room was quaint and comfortable. The location was perfect. Loved the complimentary croissants and coffee! This is Southern charm at its finest! If you meet John at the front desk, be sure to thank him for his service in the U.S. Coast Guard! He is a very professional and quick witted man!
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Submitted on 16-06-2016
My man and I wouldn't of known what to do if it wasn't for John at the Andrew Jackson Hotel in New Orleans,LA. He is just as lovely as the hotel was as well as our 1 day stay that he turned into 3 night stay. The hotel is so clean, it's quaint and private, but spacious as well. The courtyard is beautiful and quiet and just great to sit and just chill out in. I don't wanna leave,it's the most perfect hotel I've ever stayed at as well as the most romantic vacation I've ever taken..my man and I fe... Read more
from Holmes Beach, Florida
Submitted on 19-06-2016
Great location, Brook was not only super checking us in but gracious enough to help with our "things", parking, maps, suggestions for sightseeing, fun spots to eat and also fine dining. The hotel is historic however the rooms could use a bit of a face lift and freshening up. The service is wonderful with a complimentary room service continental breakfast either in room or on the patio Again, Brooke made the welcome more than to be expected and our memorable. Thanks, Brooke!
from New Orleans, Louisiana
Submitted on 19-06-2016
We had an excellent time at the Andrew Jackson Hotel. Jack at the front desk was very friendly, and informative about experiences in the hotel. We stayed in the very well known room 208. Although we didn't experience any ghosts while staying in the room, we had a great time. We were in walking distance from some of the best bars and restaurants in the city. We had a great stay and would visit again with or without a paranormal experience. I must say I really enjoyed breakfast delivered to the ro... Read more
from Foley, Alabama
Submitted on 22-06-2016
We wanted to stay here because of its history but there's no mention of it anywhere. We realize it's an old building, but our floor was slanted and they didn't level the bed or side table under the carpeting--I clung to the sheets for dear life. There were hair balls in the bathroom, dirty carpet and dust everywhere. The AC did not work and we spent a lot of sweaty time with a maintenance man (who was very nice) and his ladder as he tried to fix the problem. After changing the filter, which was ... Read more
from Charlottesville, Virginia
Submitted on 24-06-2016
We had a great night at the Andrew Jackson hotel. Brooke and the staff were very helpful and friendly. The beds were clean and very comfortable. The hotel is perfectly located in the French Quarter for easy walking to all the big sights.i will definitely stay here again.
from Hempstead, Texas
Submitted on 29-06-2016
The location was perfect. Only required taxi to and from airport. The service was great. Any complaint made was handled immediately. Front desk very helpful for directions and suggesting great places to eat. Very grateful for assistance given when friend had to leave early for family emergency. Very quiet around hotel but close to all the action all the same. Absolutely loved the fact that the hotel has a haunted history! Rooms are very basic but have everything you need.
from New Plymouth, New Zealand
Submitted on 29-06-2016
I booked this hotel for the location and the price which was well reduced from the usual downtown charges. I was travelling with my 22yr old daughter s.o was delighted that the double room came with a BIG kingsize bed. Bed was very comfortable. Shower was also good with very reasonable pressure. Was less happy to find I had neglected to notice that there was no refrigerator in the room when I booked, not their fault, but we made do. Brooke on reception deserves special mention as did the yo... Read more
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Submitted on 29-06-2016
Had a great stay in May. Annie in the morning was absolutely wonderful. She had our croissants ready for us at one of the garden tables. Room was quaint but very nice. Felt like a bed and breakfast. Will definitely stay again.
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Submitted on 06-07-2016
My mom and I stayed here during our girls trip and LOVED it! It's so cute and quaint. There's a lovely little courtyard in the back with a fountain and some chairs. And our hotel attendant drew up a map for us! Great location in French Quarter!Near Bourbon St and Riverwalk! ????
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Submitted on 24-07-2016
Hotel in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter. Not like most chain hotels, feels more historic than modern, but that's part of the place's charm. Another cool thing: if you stay there they order you breakfast every morning. Staff was so nice, we talked to Brooke, Annie and Brenda and they were awesome!
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Submitted on 24-07-2016
Love this place I stayed twice , first in 208 the most haunted room. They call it the selfie room because if you leave your camera or phone by the bed in the morning you have a selfie only it is shot nine feet above your head. I didn't get one but in my psb11 I heard come and find us, in the back house I freak out I have the recorded. So I can back and stay where in room 211 the back house.... To find out what is discovered you'll just have to stay there yourself. Good luck. Beautiful location i... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 06-08-2016
A real gem of a hotel! On a historical site with an old building that transports you to another world. Great service and breakfast is brought to you in the mornings! A sweet little courtyard with a fountain and beautiful garden. Building is old but it adds to the vibe. Comfortable bed and clean. Free wifi and room has AC, fridge and HBO. Ice machine outside which helped with the heat! Had a great time.
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Submitted on 14-08-2016
The staff here made our stay comfortable and fun. The housekeeper, Miss Judith was warm and welcoming. The room was always clean. Miss Annie also was extremely helpful. The room was comfortable and clean and it was the hotel was in a quieter part of the French Quarter. Loved it!
from Navarre, Florida
Submitted on 16-08-2016
This was a great Hotel, within walking distance of historical sites. Upon arriving Miss Judith was busy getting our room ready- the room couldn't have been prepared if she has been doing getting ready for her own family. In the morning, a delightful breakfast was brought to our room. The front desk was always staffed with helpful and friendly people. Brooke, and Precious took great care in making sure all our travel needs were met. ( Mignon, was also a pleasure when I had to phone for follow-up.... Read more
from Huntsville, Texas
Submitted on 28-08-2016
Charming getaway in the heart of the French Quarter. The lack of parking was made up by having valet parking service. Walking distance to all the great sights. We spent a special Halloween there! Loved starting the day with breakfast in the courtyard!
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Submitted on 04-09-2016
My dad and I stayed one night and it was great! Dyamond was the housekeeper for our room and she was so sweet! She gave us local recommendations where to eat and drink! Nice rooms, good food, quiet for being pretty close to bourbon street and I liked the courtyard area! Would recommend!
from Basingstoke
Submitted on 04-09-2016
This is a lovely property in an excellent location right in the heart of the French Quarter. On the next block over from Bourbon St, it is central enough without being too noisy. The staff were not unfriendly but mostly slightly aloof. Our room was at the rear of the main building on the ground floor and had a view onto the internal courtyard, as do most of the rooms. My only gripe with the room was the lack of a fridge. There is an ice machine available in the courtyard but that is not a real s... Read more
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 04-09-2016
I rented room 201 fro a week, John checked me into my room and was extremely insightful and professional. Annie was absolutely wonderful and a really asset to Andrew Jackson! She advised me on the finer details around the history of New Orleans and the creole culture. Judith Heslop was a wonderful housekeeper. This place was no less than idyllic!
from delaware river valley of pennsylvania
Submitted on 05-09-2016
Maybe Mignon, the wonderful lady at the desk who greeted me as I came into the lobby, knew the magic of a simple smile. Or maybe she didn't. There are the forced smiles - the ones you are paid to paint on your face. There are also the smiles that come towards the end of a shift - the "I'm finally getting out of work" smile. Then there is Mignon's - the smile that wells up from deep inside, genuine. And people can tell the real ones when they see them. So what does a smile have to do with a... Read more
from Mosciano Sant'Angelo, Italy
Submitted on 10-09-2016
Great location in the middle of the French quarter but far enough away from Bourbon St. to be quiet. Receptionist very nice and helpful. Rooms with character- old and a bit creaky but charming and very clean. Delicious fresh croissants for breakfast but difficult to eat in room and raining in courtyard. Would've appreciated a small breakfast room.
from Gardner, Illinois, USA
Submitted on 10-09-2016
We loved your hotel. It has amazing charm and character. The courtyard was great and breakfast served to the room on a silver tray was very quaint. The rooms were small but that was ok with us. The things we would change are more mirrors and better lighting in the room. We called the front desk for help with our tv and were told someone would be right up but no one ever came up. And for the cost someone should have helped us get our bags to our room. It was hard getting them up the stairs. Other... Read more
from Sweeny, Texas
Submitted on 10-09-2016
This was my second time to stay at the Andrew Jackson Hotel. Perfectly located in the French Quarter, the rooms are very comfortable, the courtyard is perfect, and the staff is always accommodating. I look forward to stating again ... and again!
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Submitted on 11-09-2016
I have to say, this is my second stay at The Andrew Jackson hotel, and Brooke has been here both visits. She has been so kind and helpful with both visits. Her personality is just the type of person I look for when I hire employees. Great job! Keep up that Southern hospitality!
from Jacksonville
Submitted on 12-09-2016
It was our first time staying in New Orleans. The Inn was wonderful and the staff was amazing and very helpful with providing us information on the must visits for our overnight stop. We are looking forward to coming back soon and staying here again.
from Saint Louis, Missouri
Submitted on 12-09-2016
Smaller cute hotel. In the center of French Quarter. Walked the whole time while visiting New Orleans. If u plan to stay in the room the whole time this may not be your spot but if your planning on exploring perfect size.
from Nashville
Submitted on 13-09-2016
This place was beautiful, full of history. But most of all, it had the best personel I have encountered. Everyone was so Courteous and easy to talk to. Everyone was willing to help, accomodate and even talk about the history of the place. I would definately recommend and stay here again.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 17-09-2016
It was a great stay I loved it. The staff was great and the courtyard was beautiful I loved the staff and the location was great , the people of NOLA I'd amazing I am definitely going to come back to this hotel and the room I had was amazing
from Olathe, Kansas
Submitted on 17-09-2016
Me & my granddaughters enjoyed our stay at the Andrew Jackson Hotel. The staff was great & the location in the French Quarter is ideal for walking everywhere!! Suprised us by being on the GhostlyTour!
from Tampa, Florida
Submitted on 17-09-2016
Hotel staff, Brooke and John, are amazing and really go out of their way to meet every need! Our room was very clean and comfortable. The croissant and coffee brought to the room every morning was a very nice touch. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars was that we had to request certain items that should have been automatically provided: 3 sets of towels for 3 people, tissue and toilet tissue replaced, soap refurbished. The location of the hotel is perfect for walking the quarter and french m... Read more
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Submitted on 18-09-2016
Everyone was super helpful Marisa at the front desk help with tours etc new everything even though she had just started Housekeeping was terrific and fast we had Judith she was very nice Breakfast came exactly on time and was hot
from Australia
Submitted on 25-09-2016
The best aspect of the hotel is its location, right in the heart of the French Quarter and one street away from Bourbon Street. It is the only reason to stay here. For the price, approx 233AUD per night, the room is 'no frills', very basic. No coffee/tea making facilities. Housekeeping staff did not clean the room properly and there was not attention to detail. The beds were not refreshed but rather the sheets simply pulled up and tucked into the sides. The air conditioner rattled loudly a... Read more
from Perth Scotland
Submitted on 28-09-2016
+ ALL the staff were very helpful and friendly. Great location for the French Quarter. Our room (207) was comfortable - air conditioning was just about keeping the temperature down to 22 deg C and the overhead fan (left on all night) kept us comfortable during the night. Beds were comfy and we slept well. - The en-suite bathroom could have been cleaned better.
from Hollywood, Florida
Submitted on 16-10-2016
Our stay at the Andrew Jackson Hotel was one of the focal points of the entire trip. The location is absolutely perfect for discovering the French Quarter on foot and to soak up the authentic new orleans atmosphere. We were lucky enough to get a great room with a balcony overlooking the scenic Royal street. Our stay would not have been the same without the incredibly warm and fantastically helpful Brooke. Sweetest girl with all the tips you need for your stay in town. Judith made sure that all ... Read more
from Park City Illinois
Submitted on 16-10-2016
We showed up early and they held our bags while we explored the Quarter. Then they did get the room ready early. The staff was very friendly and nice. Chilled water and coffee available in the lobby! They were my first impression of New Orleans and very professional and nice. Breakfast was served in the room very romantic to eat on the balcony good coffee! I would stay here again. !!!! We also stayed at a fancier hotel on our return trip and i will tell you the staff and atmosphere at the Andrew... Read more
from Bakersfield, California
Submitted on 19-10-2016
When we arrived we were told that the room we had reserved was not available. Then we were told that the air conditioning was broken. Then we were told that the booking company had overbooked the rooms. Then a manager told me that the booking company never specified a room type. Too many "stories". We prepaid for a balcony room that we never got to stay in. The room we were in was ok. Not what we reserved and paid for.
from Ridgefield, Washington
Submitted on 20-10-2016
The room was wonderful, being a nice size for that type of hotel. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Loved having our coffe and corsaunts brought to our room. Coffe on the weak side but I come from the land of Starbucks. Highly recommend this place and will visit again.
from De Pere, Wisconsin
Submitted on 26-10-2016
Booking online at a travel website left me wondering if the reservation had been completed. Calling the hotel got an instant "we know you are coming, can't wait" response - cheerful responsive service was part of the entire encounter. This hotel has the basic needs met - though internet access is slow - and a great location for being central to French Quarter without the overpowering noise associated with Bourbon Street activities. No in-room safe could be a problem for some, furnishings, linens... Read more
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Submitted on 27-10-2016
This is where you need to stay if you want to experience the French Quarter. Merisa, Brenda, Annie and especially Brooke were all very helpful, charming beautiful gals. It's because of their service I felt inclined to write this review.
from Mayflower, Arkansas, United States
Submitted on 31-10-2016
We booked this room 10 months in advance thru Booking.com. At the time we did not know the Saints were playing. They cancelled our room at 8am that morning that we were do to check in. We found out when we went to check in. Booking.com had called us to notify us, but the call was from Berlin so I did not answer. No voice mail left for us. They said our room the air did not work now. Told them that was fine we would take it anyway. They would not even let us see the room. Then they said ... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 12-11-2016
The hotel was old not antique. Room is a great size. The decor was salvation. The comfort was great. AC worked. The condition of the room is clean and functional but out dated and unfinished. The continental breakfast was a little skimpy. The staff was very hospitable and informative. The location was central to all points of interest.
from Krakow, Poland
Submitted on 16-11-2016
Stuff very friendly and helpful but hotel itself kind of old and needs some restoration. Air condition very noisy, lock in the door worked very bad. In general they need to do some maintnance. On the other hand room was clean and staff very helpful. Be careful there is a valet parking for extra 39 bucks/day. Hotel has perfect location in French Quarter by Burbon Street.
from Copenhagen, Denmark
Submitted on 21-11-2016
Nice neighborhood and very friendly staff at the hotel. Clean rooms, nice beds and a small garden where you can sit and have a cup of coffee for free. Room no 201, 202 (royal street view) and the rooms in the courtyard is definitely the best choice.
from Seal Beach, United States
Submitted on 21-11-2016
This was exactly what we were looking for to celebrate our anniversary in a French Quarter Hotel. The location was perfect on Royal Street. An easy walk to great restaurants, bars and places of interest. Although the hotel is very old with a wonderful history it met all of our needs and then some. We were in room 202 with a balcony overlooking the street and it was quite comfortable. Although it can be a little noisy at night (trash pickup) it didn't really bother us. The staff is "the best... Read more
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 22-11-2016
I took a trip this past Feb with my best friend to NOLA. When we first pulled up to the hotel I was a little nervous because they were under construction but it was so cute and cozy. The brought us tea and croissants each morning. It was a great hotel to stay at and the workers there helped us plan our day. They gave us places to see, restaurants to eat at and also the best tours to go on. I would visit again!
from Perth, Australia
Submitted on 22-11-2016
Found this place on bookings.com about 10months in advance. Seemed expensive at first, but soon we came to realise the only other places in a similar or slightly cheaper price range we generally on the very outskirts of the French Quarter and were all quite modern and sleek..we wanted to visit NOLA for the proper experience and boy did we get it! Absolutely stunning hotel, clean, comfortable, perfect location, ...even super quiet despite being 1 block from Bourbon St! Judith our cleaner kept th... Read more
from Pensacola, Florida
Submitted on 23-11-2016
My son and I stayed there over the weekend a couple of weeks ago. The accommodations were just as we expected. The staff were friendly and very helpful with where to eat etc. We would definitely stay here again. I enjoyed being just a couple of blocks from the best shopping!
from Jackson, Michigan
Submitted on 24-11-2016
The first morning we discovered there was an issue with the hot water. We informed the front desk. When it was decided it wouldn't be an easy fix, we were moved to another room. The cleaning staff was very quick to offer assistance in moving our items. Miss Annie always made sure our breakfast was on time and that we had everything we needed. She was very informative and helpful on the area activities and events that were going on. Courtyard cat AJ was also very friendly and a welcome mornin... Read more
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Submitted on 30-11-2016
Great place for those looking for a quaint stay in the part of the French Quarter that is not overrun with flashy bars, strip clubs and tourist nick-nack shops. Most bisitors to New Orleans seldom see this side of the Quarter and get a very different impression of how the area is. A number of friends of mine have lived in this quieter section and have raved about the vibrant lifestyle they found there. The Andrew Jackson Hotel is in a superb location within walking distance of Jackson Square, Ca... Read more
from Pinole, California
Submitted on 30-11-2016
We had a great time at this hotel. The staff was great and the property was amazing. We had a great time visiting the French quarter. The view from room 201 is absolutely amazing when they have the umbrella parades going on. Only down side no ghost activity.
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