BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Photos of BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn New Orleans
Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... grabbed a coffee and an excellent meal at Cafe Rose Nicaud. Rose was the 1st vendor of coffee beverages in New Orleans. She was born into slavery in the 1800’s. She built a portable cart and sold her cafe noir and cafe au lait. Her efforts were very successful – Rose bought her freedom with her earnings from her coffee cart and then she built a permanent stand in the French Market. Her success inspired many other enslaved woman. Hats off to southern ...
The next morning we were up bright and early so that we could get a quick look at the French Quarter before heading to our first cooking class on our trip at the Langlois Culinary Crossroads cooking school. Here we were shown how to make gumbo, jambalaya and bread pudding. We loved our two chefs, Mel and Amy, however we both agreed it would have been nice to be able to do more hands on cooking, whereas here while there were volunteers doing ...
... we realised that the Garden District was going to be off the agenda – there was no way we were going to have time to make our way all the way across town on the traditional trolley and enjoy it before returning on time to collect our car. Therefore, we decided that lunch was in order.
And that order was a pair of Po Boys – traditional N'Awlins sandwiches –thick soft baguettes topped with a variety of meats, cheeses, relish and salads. There was a huge ...
... a second section that deals with the war in Japan. I felt like I have a much better understanding of the broad strokes of the war--at least from D-Day on out. I wrote fairly extensive comments in the captions for the pictures, so more detail there. This is an excellent museum--I can recommend it highly if you are in New Orleans, but block out ...
... real southern bell. She had the accent, manner and soft voice which was once intrinsic to this area.
We also saw an alligator which had a run in with hi-way traffic and met it's demise. I wanted Emile to stop so we could get some tail steaks for dinner. Alas he refused to do so. Instead we had shake and bake chicken. A whole fryer costs about 5 dollars. I remember being shocked when I returned to Canada ...