Chateau Orleans is an excellent choice for travelers visiting New Orleans, offering a quaint environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Chateau Orleans Hotel New provide a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Chateau Orleans Hotel New guests have access to a sun terrace and outdoor furniture. You can also enjoy a pool.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting New Orleans, Chateau Orleans Hotel New is located a short distance from Lalaurie Mansion (0.7 mi) and Magazine Street (1.2 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Alberto’s Cheese & Wine Bistro, St. James Cheese Company, and Stein's Market and Deli, which are some delis that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Best of all, Chateau Orleans Hotel New makes it easy to experience many great New Orleans attractions like Le Musee de f.p.c., Gallier House, and Lower 9th Ward Living Museum, which are some popular history museums.
Enjoy your stay in New Orleans!
First thing, the beds! For the love of god, get new mattresses! The descriptions of the rooms state that each bedroom has a queen or king mattress for starters, we had doubles. I have never so slept so crappy, springs will be indented in your back. We also had this ridiculous staircase, it was a single spiral staircase that was so loose it was so hard to get up and down, of course the only bathroom is up there. The rooms were beautiful though, even that awful stair case was beautiful. Loved the layout, kitchen and comfy couches, location to all the shops and food, was awesome. Courtyard was beautiful and quaint. I liked the size of the resort. We had privacy and quiet. The resort is old, so there is cobblestone that needs addressing, and repainting. We would stay there again if they got rid of that damn staircase and replaced mattresses, they were that bad…
The resort is old, but every place within the French Quarter is within walking distance(my wife(she(who is 70; I'm 73) has 2 metal knees and did good),Bourbon Street is 2 blocks. My son and his wife joined us. We had a2 bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom was okay, however some updating would be great. We didn't spend to much time at the resort, we were always on the go, We had secured parking, the attendent Paul was very helpful. At times there would be loud traffic noise. The only issue was the spiral staircase, my wife manage it; the beds were small, but we didn't mind that at all. We never turn on the bedroom TV. There were friendly guest there that we met in the court yard(the pool is not heated). Over-all experance was good. Planned to make another trip there 2023.
We made reservations at a different hotel and our reservations were changed to Chateau Orleans. Though we are a couple and requested a one BR with King/Queen bed, we were given a 2 BR with beds and bathroom located up rickety spiral staircase. No way could we get our luggage up there so it remained in the living area. Beds were so small two adults could not sleep in one bed together. Both televisions in the bedrooms did not work despite numerous requests to the front desk. Throw rugs were dirty, threadbare and raggedy. Only working TV in the living area was placed on a side table next to the couch making comfortable viewing impossible. Dead roach remained on the floor in the living room. We were so displeased with these accommodations we cut our trip short. We were booked from Friday to Friday. We left on Tuesday. No front desk presence after 4:30 in the afternoon. Dingy, old, decrepit and shabby is the best way to describe Chateau Orleans. You could not pay us to stay there again.…
Where do I start? I will start with the good, since that list is shorter. The ONLY good I have is the location. It’s only 2 blocks from Bourbon and 3 blocks from Canal. Now, on to the hotel, if that’s what you want to call it. Before we booked, we read the reviews. The biggest negative I read was its old. If age is the worse thing I could say, I’d give it 5 stars. Let’s start with the room. We started in one room E1. It was up a spiral staircase that was so narrow, it was a struggle getting luggage up there. Once we finally got upstairs, we tried to get settled. However, there were flying bugs EVERYWHERE! We called and asked if someone could come spray. The room was so stuffy and moldy LOOKING. Then a handyman came and said it’d be easier to just move to another room instead of spraying. We didn’t care that we’d just wasted a 1/2 can of Lysol spraying everything down, and Clorox wipes, wiping everything down. We agreed to move. The handyman offered to take all our things, that was nice of him. We moved to E2, next door and downstairs. This room was stuffy and moldy looking also. There were only a FEW of the same flying bugs. So we went to the store and bought Bengal flying bug spray. We were there a week (Jan 22 - Jan 29), we sprayed everyday before we left out for the day. By Tues, we no longer had to spray. The let out bed in the living room was so uncomfortable. You literally felt the springs in your back. The cushion on the chairs in the “dining” area are so dirty you don’t want to sit on them. I refuse to stand on the foam rug in the bathroom. I kept a hand towel on it the entire stay. It looked disgusting. My friend I was with, refuse to walk on the bare floors with just socks on. She had house shoes on the entire stay. This was the most disgusting place we’ve EVER stayed, and we travel at LEAST 3 times a year. We normally cook when we stay places for a week. I refuse to use those dishes. I’m glad they provided red solo cups in the lobby..Oh, there’s another plus. When it was time for us to leave, Paul (owner, I assume) asked if we need transportation back to the airport. He says he knows a “taxi driver” that he uses for his guests, and the rates are comparable to Uber/Lyft. We thought, why not, that way we don’t have to wait around. This TAXI was, my guess, a 2000 Ford Expedition. The taxi driver looked like he just woke up from a drunken stupor on Bourbon. Because we had already committed and had to catch a flight we sprayed ourselves down and prayed for the best. Then he loaded the luggage standing up on their wheels. When we got to the airport, he dropped my friends new luggage and damaged it. He didn’t seem to care. New Orleans was New Orleans, but Sh**’eau Orleans was an “experience” to say the least. Consider yourselves warned!!!…
This is a very quiet and beautiful resort that is 2 blocks from Bourbon Street. This resort is within a short walk to the famous St Charles street car access. It is in the French Quarter area of New Orleans! The front desk staff Mary and Paul were very nice and helpful with our stay!!