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The Grenoble House Hotel is a 17 suite hotel located in the heart of the French Quarter. One block from Bourbon St. and two blocks from Canal St. Guests will be able to walk to all the fabulous attractions New Orleans and the French Quarter have to offer. All of our Suites are equipped with fully modern kitchens with brand new stainless steel appliances. We also have one of the largest courtyards in the French Quarter where you can relax outside by the pool. Rates vary throughout the year. THE RATE OF $259 PER NIGHT IS ONLY THE AVERAGE RATE FOR THE YEAR. RATES AND MINIMUM STAY REQUIREMENTS VARY. Please contact me directly for special event rates and extended stays.
Local Owner,Operator / Born and raised in New Orleans.
Amid the vibrant joie de vivre of the French Quarter, there stands a quiet 19th century sanctuary called Grenoble House, named after the romantic walled city in France where the legendary Dauphine family lived. Meticulously restored, Grenoble House is a delicate marriage of classic New Orleans architecture and sophisticated modern convenience.
Three blocks from Canal Street and the chaotic beat of the Central Business District, the world inside Grenoble House is, by contrast, measured and soothing. Exposed brick walls and fireplaces, towering ceilings, and winding staircases strike a fine balance with state of the art amenities for contemporary living.
But what sets Grenoble House apart from the ordinary rental accommodation is that you are master rather than guest, with all the privileges you enjoy in your own domain. Consider Grenoble House your home in New Orleans.
Each of our seventeen suites are equipped with a completely furnished modern kitchen (brand new stainless steel appliances). We also have one of the largest courtyards in the French Quarter for relaxing by the pool. Cable tv in all suites as well as complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property. Very safe and secure with a front desk attendant 24 hours a day.
After seeing the nightly rate, we expected something fabulous. I've had better experiences at a holiday inn, & I wish I was exaggerating. When we checked in, the man at the front desk was INCREDIBLY rude to one of the girls. She was confused by their key policy, but he did a poor job of explaining it. Instead, he's calling her difficult, asking her what her problem is, etc. When she left to unload the car, he starts trash talking her to me. So uncalled for & extremely unprofessional. After we've already unloaded the car, he wants to help with our bags. I told him "I've got it, but thanks." He then takes my stuff from me. He continues pulling on my bags, while I'm telling him, again, that I will carry my own things. Then he starts arguing with me about why I won't let him carry my stuff. Why does it matter? Respect people & their requests - that's your job in the hospitality industry. He also wasn't sure if our rooms were ready/available. When you make a reservation, you reserve a room; & the hotel keeps track of what rooms are occupied/available. So there was some confusion there - not sure what that was about, but it wasn't promising, especially when he had to knock on the door & wait before unlocking it to let us in. Once we got to our rooms, I was surprised at how unimpressive this place was. Historic? It's New Orleans - historic places aren't that hard to come by. The bathrooms & kitchens were outdated and very cramped. Within 20 minutes, we killed a roach. Not a wood roach, but the tiny disgusting German roaches that appear if you live in filth. Their pool was so gross. It was too cold to swim, but as an "upscale" hotel, you should maintain that for aesthetic purposes. No one wants to lie by a green pit of algae. The leather furniture in the suite was oddly greasy. I don't like that I can't take my room key. I understand that it's a safety measure, so guests don't lose their keys; but update your systems to key cards & that won't be an issue. Rude man kept telling us that we "don't get it," because it's "European," and if we'd ever travel to Europe, we'd understand that. Been there, done that - the lovely hotels I've visited there also use key cards, but thanks for your worldly knowledge. Regardless of whether it's European, that doesn't make it upscale or less flawed. Also, while rude man was showing us to our rooms, there was NO ONE at the front desk where the key cubbies are displayed with the room numbers, so I'd say that's a bigger security risk.
Great location. You can walk to all attractions. Super clean and spacious unit. I felt like I was staying in someone's home. Staff is very nice, helpful and available 24 hrs. We will have to return in summer to take advantage of the inviting pool and beautiful courtyard. Thank you Grenoble house for making our NOLA stay super memorable. We will return!
The Grenoble House Hotel is located in the heart of the French Quarter. One block from Bourbon St. and two blocks from Canal St. Guests will be able to walk to all the fabulous attractions New Orleans and the French Quarter have to offer.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
RATES START AT $199 AND VARY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. $259.00 PER NIGHT IS ONLY THE AVERAGE. MINIMUM STAY REQUIREMENTS ALSO VARY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR . PLEASE CONTACT ME DIRECTLY FOR A QUOTE.
All reservations must be paid in full at time of booking. If cancelled 15 days or more prior to arrival, 95% of your total reservation will be refunded. No refunds 15 days or less prior to arrival.