Hotel Peter and Paul4.0 out of 5.0
Hotel Peter and Paul4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I booked the hotel for my crew and clients traveling to New Orleans on business. From the first phone call, to check in (especially check in) to every time we passed the front desk and/or interacted with ANY staff - EVERYONE was extremely warm, welcoming and friendly. The hotel itself is a piece of art. And, the beds and rooms are comfy, spacious and en pointe. Delicious food, great craft drinks (as well as wine/beer selections) and wonderful coffee! 100% will be back! 100% will highly recommend.
Found Hotel Peter & Paul randomly in a magazine. Did a bit of research and it looked really cool. With an impending trip to NOLA, booked a room for a couple of nights. Property is super new, really cool and very different from the average hotel.There's only about 70 rooms so it feels small and special. Elysian bar space is appointed amazingly and we can't say enough about the food and drinks The room (in the former School House) was large, had great furnishings and antiques, and a cool bathroom (only downside is lack of "surfaces" to put your own toiletries, luggage, etc) Staff was delightful , helpful and attentive. Kudos to Michele at the front desk. She welcomed us when we arrived and made us feel immediately at home. She's patient, warm and a good choice for the "face" of the Peter & Paul!
I used to live in New Orleans—it's my favorite place, and I get back as often as I can. Hotel Peter and Paul will no doubt be my new home away from home. The space is stunning, from the rooms, to the common areas (think day beds and the rectory living room). Even more importantly, I've never engaged with hotel staff the way I did with the team at Hotel Peter and Paul. They were extremely genuine people, people I would have loved to go get drinks with, people who love the city. It shows. Can't wait for my next visit.
P&P is "Very Well Done" to say the least. Luxury, cozy, modern smarts. Family visit, 4 rooms. Preferred the smaller rooms actually, Loft room features precarious metal spiral stairs, cool looking, but not so cool to navigate before coffee in morning, Mr. Flomax should not pick a loft room ;+) Bath on lower level. Bar and Restaurant absolutely 5-star service and quality. Neighborhood is historic, quite and safe, very close to action. $6 Uber to Quarter if it's raining. Free Gated Parking was awesome.
My wife and I stayed at Hotel Peter and Paul before Christmas in late December. We LOVED the place. Great location, parking included...rooms were very cute and nice. Initially this would have been a 5 star raving review. Then we checked out on Xmas eve to continue on our long road trip. I received an alert from my credit card later in the day related to a charge from the hotel of more than $250. I called that evening and someone who identified themselves as the front desk supervisor told me we were charged that fee because we smoked in the room. Neither of us are smokers and we didn't have any visitors. What we DID do was make coffee in the room...specifically Hazelnut. There was a coffee maker provided in the room...so we couldn't imagine that either making coffee would be a problem or that the staff couldn't tell the difference between the smell of smoke and the smell of coffee. The supervisor would not listen to my explanation and kept repeating the same canned response over and over again. I said I would call back for the manager...and received a very unpleasant "bye now" as the call ended. I called the next morning and was told the manager would not be in until around noon. I called back around 12:20. I was told the manager was on site, but whoever answered would have to find him and have him call me back. I said fine, but did not receive a call that day. The next afternoon...I did receive a call from a very nice lady whose name I failed to write down. She explained that she was a manager there and she apologized several times about how the entire experience was handled. We were never contacted...just charged...then did not receive very good customer service trying to resolve the issue. In the end she refunded the charge and explained that making coffee in the room was expected and should not have resulted in anything like what we experienced. All in all, our experience ended up being good, but I wish we had not needed to be this stressed out over our Christmas road trip...over something that to us what was pretty ridiculous. I think other than needing to handle customer service issues like this a bit differently, this is an amazing place to stay!
We had such a wonderful experience at this beautiful hotel! We will definitely be back! Friendly staff, great location, free parking, and the room we stayed in was just gorgeous!! We loved the smell of the body wash and body lotion the hotel provided us with:)
The best place to stay in New Orleans! This is a hidden gem! I will stay here time and time again! The staff was wonderful and very attentive! !! I felt like it was fit for a King! What a gem! You will not be sorry but more then elated! I wish I could live here! I will never stay anywhere else!!!!! It’s a great price for what you receive!!!! It’s perfect for a family as it’s far away from the noise of bourbon street but yet in walking distance of everything!!!! Out of 1-10 and 10 being the highest...it’s a 10 1/2! Ginger Bolinger
Lucked out in finding this place which was available on short notice. Looks to be a brand new renovation of an historic set of buildings that were a Church, Rectory, and School House. Really nice renovation and great repurposing of the School Building into guest rooms. My only criticisism is the restaurant menu was on the weird side. Staff was WONDERFUL!
Stayed here this past weekend and it exceeded my expectations. Room was very nice boutique style school house. Plenty of room to lounge around and the bed was upstairs. It is an old church that they've redone. We drank next door at the Elysian Bar and it was a nice area as well. Would certainly recommend and not far from the FQ if that's what you are looking for.
The trip to my hometown the week before Christmas was on impulse. I had wanted to show my husband a New Orleans I knew. The neighborhood in which the hotel is located was familiar to me from visits to my brother’s house in nearby Bywater in the 1980s. The staff at the hotel did all they could to make our two-night stay just what I was looking for. A recently retired educator, I found the former school house intriguing and charming. Evergreen garlands along the railings of the old wooden staircases were evidence of a characteristic attention to detail. We did not need a car; streetcars took us everywhere we wanted to go. We walked though the Marigny for a number of our meals. I can’t wait to repeat our visit in years to come.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Faubourg Marigny, Hotel Peter and Paul is a short distance from popular attractions such as French Market and Bourbon Street. This 4-star hotel has 71 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Jackson Square and Frenchmen Street are also nearby.
You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat. You can get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 11 AM.
Guests can enjoy a flat-screen TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and the bathroom offers free toiletries. Other standard amenities include free newspapers, free international calls, and free long-distance calls.
Guests of Hotel Peter and Paul enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and coffee in a common area. A stay here includes free parking. Front-desk staff are standing by 24/7 to assist with any requests. Additional amenities include express check-out and a garden.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 52 reviews