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A great place to end the evening, or people watch or just relax, the front porch of the columns hotel is it. Easy streetcar access, fine old post civilwar mansion with good bartenders and good lite fare, events can be had here and the staff...More
Stayed here for 7 nights in January. Beautiful space. The rooms are old and funky but where else can you have nightly music in the ballroom on the main floor with excellent musicians. The woodwork is outstanding. The staff was exceptional. It is right on...More
Built in 1883 as a private residence but since turned into a hotel, it is a GRAND house. I haven't stayed in the hotel but it's a great place to grab a drink, especially during Mardi Gras, located right on the parade route. Excellent Sazerac!
We have eaten many meals on the veranda and thought it would fun to stay here. What a mistake. We were first put in a on the second floor over the bar. Way too noisy. We then moved to third floor in a tiny room...More
Spent my birthday night here while visiting New Orleans on our way back from a plantation tour. Historic building, clean linens....lovely musician named John Rankin playing that night in the lobby...inexpensive and huge breakfast included.....server was lovely, personable. Balcony, both lower and upper quite lovely!...More