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I actually stayed here back in 1990 on my first ever trip to the US. Dan and Mary Anne were extraordinarily gracious hosts and the property was wonderful. They've retired now and the Josephine is back in private ownership.
I just wanted to take the...More
My husband and I stayed two nights at the Josephine Guest House as we concluded a week-long Spring Break vacation. We first arrived around 8:00 pm on a Saturday night, and our host was very welcoming. He showed us the common rooms in the main...More
My husband and I recently had the pleasure of staying at the Josephine Guesthouse for four days to celebrate our 2nd wedding anniversary and would highly recommend the Inn to others who are visiting New Orleans. The guesthouse is a beautiful old southern mansion situated...More
The location is nice and convenient to the streetcar, but construction marred the environment a little. The building is a little run down, and repairs (carpet, paint, light fixtures, plumbing), and general upkeep, are needed. There was very little water pressure on the second floor,...More
We were quite disappointed with our stay at the Josephine, especially given some reviews we had read. The house looks like it needs some TLC. Now we know why the pictures on their website were taken at nighttime. Most of the rooms were in fairly...More
US$75 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United States >
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Garden District / Lower Garden District
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Josephine Guest House Hotel New Orleans
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Head to the Garden District for the full-on New Orleans experience replete with quaintly clanking streetcars, proudly grandiose antebellum mansions, picture perfect avenues lined with live oaks loaded down with Spanish moss, and a wealth of beautiful churches and many more architectural marvels. Even a brief excursion here makes plain why it’s called the Garden District. So, when you visit be sure to give
yourself ample time for admiration at a languidly slow pace befitting such gentile strand of riverside living and to allow you to maximize each opportunity to stop and smell the roses – and whichever other blooms you might come across. While taking it all in, you’d do well to dine at one of the city’s most beloved destinations for regional cuisine. Gourmands from far and wide (and right round the corner) swear the age-old Commander’s Palace is the best restaurant in town – and have been doing so since it opened back in 1880.