This is a lovely and elegant hotel. The staff was really great. My only complaint is that the rooms were a bit smaller than we are used to and my Mom had trouble getting hot water in her handicapped accessible room. We had very nice breakfasts in
Criollo, the restaurant in the hotel and enjoyed Pimm's Cups in the Carousel Bar. This is a great location too! Royal Street has wonderful shops.
Took my Mom and daughter to New Orleans for Thanksgiving...Hotel Monteleone exceeded our expectations from the courteous door men, beautifully decorated holiday decorations to the well appointed rooms! We rcommend you check with the concierge at
the start of your trip for a gold mine of info! Perfectly located, we were able to walk to everything ... Prservation Hall, Cafe du Monde, Brennans, and we even watched the Thanksgiving Parade!
Hotel is really elegant and was beautifully decorated for the holidays. The staff is excellent and the dining room serves a wonderful dinner. We stayed on the 8th floor and during busy times the water pressure in the shower was not the
Our room was immaculate and even though there was a lot of noise outside, we never heard it. We would definitely stay there again.
We stayed here for our last night of an extended weekend trip to New Orleans. There was a wonderful Christmas party in the lobby/carousel bar and the atmosphere was hard to beat. Would definitely recommend this hotel to others.
My wife and I spent four nights at the Monteleone following a cruise, and we loved it. Prime location in the French Quarter on the Quarter's prettiest street while only one block from Bourbon St. Staff was very accommodating, going out of their
way to help with requests.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Frenchman St. for great live music at bargain prices.
Hotel Monteleone is truly grand...the staff was friendly and extremely helpful. Rooms were clean, luxurious and well decorated complete with a Keurig coffee maker and fridge. The location is excellent...just to the left is Canal St and a few
blocks to the right is Brennans, Preservation Hall and the French Market. Don't hesitate...it's worth seeing this hotel in person!