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Pelham Hotel New Orleans, La

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Great Location and very quiet hotel. Front desk was very helpful

Nice hotel comfortable room high ceilings. Smelled in lobby though of hotel

Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. 24 hour valet parking was convenient and my car was brought to me very quickly. Hotel was nice, clean, comfortable and beautifully decorated. I would definitely stay here again and recommend to friends. It was nice to stay within a couple of blocks from French Quarter without being in the middle of the craziness of the Quarter.

I had a good experience at this hotel. The staff was friendly. However our room wasn't cleaned on time one day, it wasn't until like 7 p.m we had to call the front desk to complain, so that was annoying. The beds and pillows are very comfortable. The hotel is located one block from Canal Street, not far from French Quarter or the Convention Center. Very good location. The area is quiet. Right next to the popular breakfast spot, Ruby Slipper which was delicious. I would stay here again.

Friendly and helpful staff. Elegant building and rooms.

They didn't tell me they were putting me in a room without windows and wouldn't move me to a different one. It was dark & depressing. The staff was friendly but uniquely un-helpful (wouldn't clean the room unless you're out by 9, couldn't recommend a restaurant, etc.). Great for vampires and people allergic to vitamin D.

When I arrived I was greeted by a friendly front desk personal but after that it was like walking into the bates Motel. The overall appearance is old and the entire hotel has a old water smell. The room was very small and not having a window made it even worse. After a through overview of my room it was noted that the ceilings had old paint, dust, and just a overall sketchy look. The bed was very uncomfortable and after sleeping over for just one night in preparation for my cruise I caught a cold due to the stile air and shady black dust coming from the vent.

Beautiful boutique hotel. Seemed to be old - in a good way. The decor was French traditional. It was right a cross the street from the Sheraton and JW Marriott - where I was attending a convention. The rate was better than the Sheraton and I would much rather stay in something with local and historical flavor than the corporate opulence of the Sheraton. Housekeeping staff was extremely friendly. The only thing it is lacking is a bar in the hotel - but that may be a good thing - because I got to experience a lot of the local bars and restaurants that have been in New Orleans for hundred years or more. It was within walking distance of the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, the big hotels where all the conventions are, and great food.

This was a business trip we maximized into a mini-break. The hotel was beautifully clean with plenty of great fresh towels and an attentive and cheerful front desk team. My only issue was the noise--at 4:00-6:00 AM when revelers return and pour into the room next-door, it sounds like they are in YOUR room. They were not especially loud or obnoxious--the walls are just THAT thin. I am very hard of hearing and noise is almost never a problem for me. Otherwise not a bad stay and may return for business soon if I need to get up THAT early again.

The hotel provided an excellent location for walking. It was one street over from Canal Street and the French Quarter was reasonably close. The location provided for quite evenings for soothing sleep compared to the hustle of other hotels. The hotel appeal focused on the historical aspect and the lobby reflected accordingly. The rooms were smaller than we hotel rooms we knew well, but it provides sufficient enjoyment for my wife and myself. We would stay again for another trip with the cost savings prices offered in NOLA.

I have stay at this beautiful hotel 4 times in the last 3 years and I have never had a bad experience here!! And I will stay again on my next trip to NOLA!!!

My experience from this hotel was very good. The beds were very comfortable and the air conditioning worked very well.

Please publish my comments online. Itinerary #7205235732089 Super horrible disaster happened!!! During my living 1st day, after the house keeping I lost all of my staffs including valuable private thing even food,clothes,pants,etc. Although some part of my personal things is found back, I still lost some personal thing! My clothes is thrown directly to the trash can so that everything is polluted and dirty. I had to suddenly stop my trip. It seriously and deadly affect my emotion!!! Although the hotel pay some money for my compensation, I think the hotel general manager is not enough and no sincerity at all! This bloodcurdling experience make me so scared and angry!!! I can not find a sentence to express my feeling!!!

it was ok. hotel was clean and very well located. I was surprised that the main door closes at 11:00 but you can still use your key to get in.

no breakfast, no swimming pool, no gym but good location

Quaint but lovely hotel. Great location, close to French Quarter. Rooms are a bit small, but very clean.Great brunch place next door. Will stay there again .

The hotel was in prime location. It is close enough to walk to Bourbon street and the French market without the noise and chaos from being on Canal street. The room was clean and gorgeous. The staff was very nice and was able to hold our bags before we checked in and after we checked out.

the hotel was great. will be staying there again. the only thing I didn't like was that the only parking for the hotel was valet.

The hotel was what I expected neat and clean. Just right for an overnight stay.

This hotel is really close to everything, that is its only good feature. The room was small, the beds were as hard as a rock! The bathroom door did not close! The shower did not drain well, we were taking a shower in over ankle deep water! The air did not work right, we were burning up the whole time! The walls were thin we could hear the people next to use fight all night.. They have no parking other than the unattended lot across the street or pricey valet.. We were so miserable we left early even though we were paid! Stayed at a lot of hotels in New Orleans I will not go back to this one..

444 Common St New Orleans LA

Pelham Hotel New Orleans, La places you within a 15-minute stroll of popular sights such as Jackson Square and National World War II Museum. This 60 -room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant and a coffee shop/café, along with free in-room WiFi. It's in central New Orleans and also close to Mercedes-Benz Superdome and French Market.


Dining

Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at The Ruby Slipper, the hotel's onsite restaurant. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with full breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 1 PM.


All of Pelham Hotel New Orleans, La's 60 air-conditioned rooms provide MP3 docks, free newspapers, and free local calls. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Safes, ironing boards, and desks are also available.

Rooms


Guests of Pelham Hotel New Orleans, La enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and express check-in. Valet parking is available for USD 35 per night. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this historic hotel include free newspapers and an ATM.

Property features

Room options

Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Tranquille Room with One King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Room, 2 Queen Beds

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Pelham Hotel New Orleans

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5

nice hotel close to canal street

Everyone

Great Location and very quiet hotel. Front desk was very helpful

By , from Fort Myers, Fl on May 16, 2017

4

nice hotel good location

Everyone

Nice hotel comfortable room high ceilings. Smelled in lobby though of hotel

By on Apr 2, 2017

4

nice hotel walking distance to french quarter

Everyone

Hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. 24 hour valet parking was convenient and my car was brought to me very quickly. Hotel was nice, clean, comfortable and beautifully decorated. I would definitely stay here again and recommend to friends. It was nice to stay within a couple of blocks from French Quarter without being in the middle of the craziness of the Quarter.

By on Mar 15, 2017

3

great location

Everyone

I had a good experience at this hotel. The staff was friendly. However our room wasn't cleaned on time one day, it wasn't until like 7 p.m we had to call the front desk to complain, so that was annoying. The beds and pillows are very comfortable. The hotel is located one block from Canal Street, not far from French Quarter or the Convention Center. Very good location. The area is quiet. Right next to the popular breakfast spot, Ruby Slipper which was delicious. I would stay here again.

By on Mar 8, 2017

5

beautiful ambiance.

Everyone

Friendly and helpful staff. Elegant building and rooms.

By , from San Francisco on Mar 1, 2017

3

watch out for windowless rooms

Everyone

They didn't tell me they were putting me in a room without windows and wouldn't move me to a different one. It was dark & depressing. The staff was friendly but uniquely un-helpful (wouldn't clean the room unless you're out by 9, couldn't recommend a restaurant, etc.). Great for vampires and people allergic to vitamin D.

By on Feb 22, 2017

2

reminds me of bates motel !

Everyone

When I arrived I was greeted by a friendly front desk personal but after that it was like walking into the bates Motel. The overall appearance is old and the entire hotel has a old water smell. The room was very small and not having a window made it even worse. After a through overview of my room it was noted that the ceilings had old paint, dust, and just a overall sketchy look. The bed was very uncomfortable and after sleeping over for just one night in preparation for my cruise I caught a cold due to the stile air and shady black dust coming from the vent.

By , from baltimore, md on Feb 14, 2017

5

boutique hotel close to everything

Everyone

Beautiful boutique hotel. Seemed to be old - in a good way. The decor was French traditional. It was right a cross the street from the Sheraton and JW Marriott - where I was attending a convention. The rate was better than the Sheraton and I would much rather stay in something with local and historical flavor than the corporate opulence of the Sheraton. Housekeeping staff was extremely friendly. The only thing it is lacking is a bar in the hotel - but that may be a good thing - because I got to experience a lot of the local bars and restaurants that have been in New Orleans for hundred years or more. It was within walking distance of the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, the big hotels where all the conventions are, and great food.

By on Feb 13, 2017

3

nice but loud hotel near quarter and business

Everyone

This was a business trip we maximized into a mini-break. The hotel was beautifully clean with plenty of great fresh towels and an attentive and cheerful front desk team. My only issue was the noise--at 4:00-6:00 AM when revelers return and pour into the room next-door, it sounds like they are in YOUR room. They were not especially loud or obnoxious--the walls are just THAT thin. I am very hard of hearing and noise is almost never a problem for me. Otherwise not a bad stay and may return for business soon if I need to get up THAT early again.

By on Jan 23, 2017

4

good location for walking

Everyone

The hotel provided an excellent location for walking. It was one street over from Canal Street and the French Quarter was reasonably close. The location provided for quite evenings for soothing sleep compared to the hustle of other hotels. The hotel appeal focused on the historical aspect and the lobby reflected accordingly. The rooms were smaller than we hotel rooms we knew well, but it provides sufficient enjoyment for my wife and myself. We would stay again for another trip with the cost savings prices offered in NOLA.

By , from New Orleans, LA on Jan 16, 2017