DeBruyne Guest House

2621 Chartres St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70117, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Faubourg Marigny area of New Orleans, is near Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, Faubourg Marigny, Chartres Street, and American Aquatic Gardens and Gifts.
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TripAdvisor Reviews DeBruyne Guest House New Orleans

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from New Orleans

Hotel Heaven

A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Sep 14, 2014

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... time to enjoy those amazing beds again, so had a bit of a nap and watched some T.V. for good measure (of course NCIS was on). Doing nothing and being able to fully lie down (and not on the floor) is totally amazing after travelling half way across the south of the United States in a week.

Of course now I have to pack, so really nothing has changed. Peace out from New Orleans xo.
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New Orleans "Let the good times roll" Part II

A travel blog entry by beaky on Jun 20, 2014

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... at doorways. Men dressed only in underwear dancing on table tops in bars. The weirdest thing however was probably the range of people - drunk people, dressed up people, hen do's, older people, families with kids....it was like a Noah's Arc but just for varieties of the human species.

Again we waited for a bus that never came (at a different stop this time, one which was supposed to be working) so we got a taxi back. It was pretty late by this time but ...

Give Darren a GPS & let him select food

A travel blog entry by d-m-adventure on Jun 17, 2014

25 photos

... recovered from Katrina. Darren was pleased since he was hoping to see the contrast. As there were many new and repaired areas there is still much rebuilding to do.

We finally find this whole in the wall, which could be described as a very bad part of the city if you based it on looks. A group of guys sitting on the corner drinking beer from paper bags; eating chicken wings throwing the bones in the street. Then just as we stop in front of Cajun Joe's a group of kids ...

The least American city - New Orleans

A travel blog entry by helwit on May 14, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... as grand as places like Charleston,and Natchez but nevertheless, beautiful. Around one property there was an amazing iron 'cornstalk fence' - on the national register for significant historical places. Of course, the most famous district in the city is the French Quarter, which has a diversity of buildings. We are staying here. People live here, there are many, many bars and night clubs, restaurants, cafes, antique shops, small art galleries and hotels. It is buzzing ...

Who to see, who to see...

A travel blog entry by thespeck on Apr 11, 2014

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... I moved up Canal in search of Frappechino. My first stop was a MiniMart where I left the bottles at the counter when 3 of them rang up to $13+. I mean seriously, a soda at festival prices is cheaper than that. I made it to the CVS at Canal and St. Charles and was directed to the 4 packs I was looking for, $6.59 is what the price tag read and I was proud of my thrift! Checking out I looked at my receipt and had been charged
$8.99. Feeling confused I went and double checked that ...

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