Joe & Flo's Candlelight Hostel

Address: 1129 N. Robertson Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70116 , United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Backstreet Cultural Museum, Voodoo Spiritual Temple, New Orleans African-American Museum, and Mother-in-Law Lounge.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsJoe & Flo's Candlelight Hostel New Orleans

    Reviewed by jizmo


    Reviewed Apr 11, 2011
    by (11 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    Really felt like I was just living in Joe and Flo's home.
    It is about 15 minutes from Bourbon Street and the rest of the action in a quiet part of town. Close to a couple of really great places to eat (Lil Dizzy's and Cajun Seafoods). Across the highway at night is a little sketchy but no real issues. The rooms are generously sized and comfortably air conditioned. Small common areas and quite a small population of stayers meant the place was nice and quiet. Though they do have 24 hour access and always someone a phonecall away for the night owls. Staff were super friendly and helpful in organising tours and suggesting places to hang out.
    Would definitely recommend, gives you a little escape from the hoopla of Bourbon without being isolated.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Joe & Flo's Candlelight Hostel New Orleans

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