This charming New Orleans Garden District hotel is located on historic St. Charles Avenue and provides convenient access to the French Quarter, the Super Dome, The WWII Museum, and the Aquarium of the Americas. Situated in historic uptown New Orleans near the beautiful Garden District, the Hotel is an easy streetcar ride away from Audubon Zoo and is the closest hotel to Tulane and Loyola Universities. The BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn is the ideal getaway destination. Enjoy convenient access to many local attractions when staying at this Louisiana hotel such as the New Orleans Art District, the French Quarter and several nearby museums. Hotel guests will also be close to a variety of outdoor activities such as biking, horseback riding, golf, hiking and fishing. Each of the 40 well-appointed non-smoking guest rooms comes equipped with cable television and wireless high-speed Internet access. Hotel guests are welcome to a complimentary hot breakfast each morning. Other hotel amenities include a state-of-the-art exercise facility, business center, and free parking. The BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn is conveniently located directly on the streetcar line to provide convenient transportation to other areas of Louisiana. Take a ghost tour of some of the many historical cemeteries nearby or spend an afternoon in the City Park. Families especially will enjoy visiting the Audubon Park & Zoo or the Aquarium of the Americas. Both Tulane University and Loyola University are within one and a half miles of the hotel, making the BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn ideal lodging for those visiting students. New Orleans also hosts a variety of events year round such as JazzFest, Mardi Gras and several major sporting events. Make a reservation today and save at the BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn! Enjoy your stay.
I was so pleased that they had a variety of gluten free options for breakfast, I have never seen that before! They were also very accommodating when I needed to check in after midnight and add on some nights to my stay. Will stay here again.
Perfect location, pet friendly with easy access to grass to walk him. This is the main reason I booked this hotel and that it was such easy access to the French quarter etc. free parking.
Every single front desk staff member was SO unprofessional. They did not greet us, barely look at us, was talking on her phone on speaker while checking us in. Thought next day person would be better. Nope. Even more rude. They made us park in a garage the first night away from hotel which was so inconvenient. When I went the next day to get our parking pass as promised the next girl wouldn't even look at me. I had to ask questions and her response was, Yup. Checking out with a different lady she spoke 2 words to me and handed my receipt. I've never experienced such un-customer friendly hotel staff located in the "friendliest city". Most of all our New Orleans experience was with friendly people except our hotel. The rudest. If the girls hate their job that much they need to get in a different line of work. I'm in sales and customer service. So unacceptable. They seemed to be nicer to older people. Room was tiny, very old, smells a little like mildew.
I was a little leary staying in a new area of New Orleans especially away from the main locations like the French Quarter, etc. I and the group we were with was quickly relieved once we saw the Trolly stopped right in front of the hotel! We LOVED the easy free parking. Super clean and fresh smelling facility. Friendly, helpful staff. If you do not feel like going the French Quater there are a lot of wonderful resturants near by. The free breakfast was a plus!! Wide variety and very fresh! We feel like we have found a hidden gem!
We only had one thing that was a tad off putting. The room we were in had a small smell of old cigarettes. Not being a smoker it might have stood out more? I can only imagine how hard it is to get that smell out.
FREE PARKING was a very convenient perk. The staff was very accommodating. We brought our bicycles in with us and they were very nice about it. Free breakfast was better than most hotels free breakfast. Wasn't fine dining but the porch out front made it very enjoyable. There is ample eating area in the lobby and a large porch with tables. The streetcar runs in front of the hotel and is peaceful to watch. We are from louisiana and visit new orleans frequently. This is one of the best "chain hotels" we've stayed in. They have adapted very well to the city and you don't feel like you're staying in a chain hotel.
A little noisy. Someone down our hall kept slamming the door early in the night. But once we were asleep we didn't hear it.