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at Saint Philip Residence

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... walking distance to everything in the French Quarter. Each room is laid out differently but I believe most have full size...
Recently visited and stayed a few nights in room 14. The location of the hotel is great and in walking distance to a lot of...
... location was perfect for our needs and we slept so well! The room stayed pretty cool without being too cold and mimosas and...
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We have a queen suite booked with option of courtyard view or NOLA skyline view. Which would you recommend? Sadly, balconies are sold out
Answer from ehunterrogers
Jan 2019 |
... really good about telling you about the rooms, etc. Also, I would pick the upper level room vs a ground level if available.
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237allenc wrote a review Sep 2020
Miami Lakes, Florida51 contributions10 helpful votes
This hotel is walking distance to everything in the French Quarter.
Each room is laid out differently but I believe most have full size Refrigerators, Ranges, Microwave, plates and utensils.
My room was on the second floor and had two beds. The room was well lit, spacious, clean and had plenty of electrical outlets for charging devices. My group had a few rooms at the hotel and we would meet in the comfortable courtyard area before heading out.
The hotel was very quiet and the area around was quiet and felt safe.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Room Tip: They do not have an Elevator so try to get a room on the First or Second floor.
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SevenWonders94 wrote a review Jul 2020
Plano, Illinois45 contributions8 helpful votes
Recently visited and stayed a few nights in room 14. The location of the hotel is great and in walking distance to a lot of shops, restaurants and Bourbon street. The room was clean and the decor was very cute.

Downsides were lack of parking close to the hotel, no elevator (we were on the 3rd floor) and the heat in the loft made it unbearable for sleeping in July. We asked management for a fan for the loft and received no reply. Maintenance workers also barged into our room without knocking or masks on while we were in the room which seemed unprofessional especially with covid.

Overall it was a decent hotel for the price but wouldn’t recommend a loft room in summer.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Jenifer J wrote a review Jun 2020
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Loved this hotel, beautiful setting, comfortable, clean, close to so many things to do! The location was perfect for our needs and we slept so well! The room stayed pretty cool without being too cold and mimosas and coffee were provided to get our mornings going!
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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scrmonster wrote a review Mar 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma52 contributions26 helpful votes
As they say location location location. That being said, this hotel has that going for it! The biggest draw backs, we found out the WEEK of the stay that we’d be on the 4th floor. The 4th floor is a converted attic. That being said, thank GOODNESS it was March, because it was warm in that loft!!! There is NO WAY I’d stay there in August! The small AC units wouldn’t do the job need to cool a hot humid temperature.

I stayed in the master room and the bed/bedding were GREAT!

The room has pretty much everything needed, fridge, plates, silverware etc.

So, would I stay again... possibly, but I’d want to know what floor WHEN booking.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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LAC wrote a review Jan 2020
30 contributions12 helpful votes
We stayed at The Saint Phillip Hotel for five days in January and it was quite pleasant. Quite the opposite of the usual large chain hotels we normally stay at. The three main factors in our decision to stay there were the kitchen, the price, and of course, the location. On St. Phillip street, only a block and a half away from Decatur Street, the location can't be beat if you are aiming to be in the heart of the French Quarter. However, be warned that this is not the heart of luxury either. The quarter is not all glitz, and at night can feel abandoned and spooky (outside of Bourbon and Frenchmen Streets).

The hotel itself is pretty hands off. You get an electronic code for the outside gate, and a code for your room. No keys or cards. The gate opens to a small courtyard (no reception), and two staircases on either side take you up to the 2nd and 3rd floors, where there are two rooms on each landing side. Our room had a king and a queen that were massive and took up every inch of the general sleeping area. You literally have to edge around the beds to get to the bathroom or kitchen. Very tight, and I stubbed my toe twice on the arched leg of the bed as it stuck out from the mattress. Great soft beds with lots of pillows, but I felt I was drowning in them. Slept ok once I adjusted, but the space is really tight, so it is not easy moving around in that area.

The kitchen is full and something we wanted, as we did not want to eat out every single meal. A supermarket is only a few blocks away, and we could stock up and eat breakfast leisurely, or dinner if we were tired and not wanting to go back out again.

The French Market is only a few blocks away, as was most of the river side activities, so again, the location was great. There are several of these types of hotels in the French Quarter, but the ratings combined with the offered price cinched the deal for us. There are no large upscale chain hotels in the quarter, but they exist right outside of it, and it is not that far to walk (10-15 minutes) if that is what you are looking for.

The hotel lacks luxury, but is very comfortable and low key, so you can get in and out a dozen times a day and not waste time. I would recommend it f ti suites your needs.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Room Tip: Find the room that fits your person count without cramming in more bed space than neccessary.
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Response from Hospitality N, Guest Relations Manager at Saint Philip Residence
Responded 3 Feb 2020
Thank you for taking your time to leave such a detailed review! I'm happy to hear you enjoyed the location, it is something we pride ourselves on! I'm sorry to hear you felt the space was tight though, we will definitely take that into consideration for room layout. I'm glad the kitchen was convenient for you guys and hope you will stay with us again in the future!
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Answer from ehunterrogers
Jan 2019 |
I’m not sure, bc i didn’t see either of these types of rooms. The courtyard is very quaint and cute. Call the hotel and ask their recommendation, they are really good about telling you about the rooms, etc. Also, I would pick the upper level room vs a ground level if available.
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Answer from MsMollyJones
Feb 2018 |
Yes, respectable maid service. Clean room!
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