Hotel Monteleone

Address: 214 Royal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130-2201, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Old Absinthe House, Spa Aria, The Michalopoulos Gallery, and Bryant Galleries.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Monteleone New Orleans

      Reviewed by carmarmax

      Great Location

      Reviewed Feb 16, 2015
      by (12 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Set just steps from Bourbon Street and all of the action NoLa has to provide, hotel Monteleone gives you all of the class and dignity that Bourbon Street strips from you. Enjoy the carousel bar if you have the time and float around the room while drowning in a cocktail.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by raymarietinetti


      Reviewed Jul 9, 2014
      by (3 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

      Beautiful old historic hotel. Friendly efficient staff. Close to Bourbon Street.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by wmarsden

      Lovely hotel, rooms a little on the small side

      Reviewed Nov 7, 2013
      by (6 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The reception staff tried to get our group rooms on the same floor, but we're unable to. The rooms are okay, but a little on the small side for such a big hotel.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by jessicatringali


      Reviewed Sep 4, 2013
      by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Just went in the lobby to see hotel from double Jeopardy

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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Monteleone New Orleans

      Nice hotel, Bad weather


      Very nice hotel but not perfect. Bellmen were particularly helpful as was front desk but concierge was a zero. I think I know more about N.O.

      rhan she did. No newspaper available, was told to get one at Walgreens next door. got caught in horrific rainstorm (not their fault of course) and had to return to room to change. Room not made up until after 4PM.

      A Wonderful Experience


      Now this is THE place to spend a vacation! We requested a king bed and had the best 5 nights of sleep EVER. It was hugh with almost too many feather pillows and the most comfortable feather pad imaginable. The staff was helpful and polite, always ready to assist two first time tourists they were genuinly proud of their beautiful city. You really can walk anywhere in the French Quarter from this location. It is safe, even at night-being one block from the district police station and the front doorman always addressed us by name. We will come back as soon as possible!

      Outstanding Hotel


      I stayed @ the Monteleone in July 2001 and have reservations to stay there in July 2003. The staff was outstanding, the accomodations were terrific and the location is great. We worth the cost!

      Historical Beauty, Great Location


      I stayed at the Hotel Monteleone in March, 2003. I was very pleased with the hotel. We had the king accomodations for a reasonable rate ($150 per night). The room we had was one of the older ones. It was very charming and comfortable, with pleasant decor and a newly renovated bathroom. As mentioned in other reviews, the room was a little on the small side, but not a major drawback. The hotel is very centrally located and within walking distance to a majority of the popular sites and restaurants. The hotel offers many modern amenities (restaurants, pool, workout room) and also maintains its historical beauty.

      Great Hotel


      Stayed for Jazzfest 2002 and Jazzfest 2000. Was very pleased both times. Expensive, but worth it.

      Very nice hotel with good location


      We went stay at the Monteleone for 3 nights in June 2002. We were very happy with our stay there. It is an older, historic hotel, but that adds to the charm. The lobby is beautiful and the staff is friendly. It is a high rise, but the elevators are efficient enough. There is also adequate parking provided by the hotel. We stayed on the 14th floor. The rooms are fun because they are not the typical layout that you see in every hotel chain in America. The ceilings are extremely tall and the room is more square than rectangular like usual. You can tell that they are older rooms by the ornate details everywhere, but everything has been renovated and so it's plenty nice. The beds were good, the view was nice, and everything was nice and clean. The only problem I had with the room was that the walls are very thin. We were only a few doors down from the elevator so we could constantly hear people going by and it got annoying. So request a room father from the elevator. The pool on the roof is smaller, but has a great view and is heated to the perfected temperature. It's very nice to go up and relax in. The location for this hotel is great. Not in the seedy part of town, and right in the thick of things. We never had to drive anywhere. There is a breakfast buffet that was moderately priced, but the service was wonderfull and the food was delicious. I would definitely stay here again. It's a charming old hotel and we really enjoyed our stay.

      A good deal in the quarter


      We booked this hotel on Expedia for $99/night. We thought the location and character looked great. We were right! The Monteleone is an old hotel that has recently been renovated. It is right on Rue Royal street (one block off of Bourbon). If you stay here, ask for a room in the "new" section. This is the section that has been renovated. When we asked for a room in the new section they gave use their corner sweet on the top floor! The suite was at least 1,200 sq ft and nice!

      This isn't a Ritz, but it is definately worth staying at for it's location and character.

      Could do better


      Stayed July 27-29, 2002. Booked with Travelocity approx. 45 days in advance. Payed in advance for 3 people. Arrived at hotel to find they had booked us into king bed room which was non-smoking. The room was not ready until almost 4:00 pm and it was the worst in the hotel. The window looked out onto an alley and we never did find a switch for the light in the closet. The TV was a 19 inch with only basic cable. The furnishings were nondescript hotel standard. Travelocity's fine print does say they cannot guarantee room preferences so I would not ever book a hotel online with them again unless I did not care how many people would be sleeping in each bed! Also, the photographer who did the web photos earned every penny of their money. The pool is very small and every chair was taken on Saturday afternoon. For $20 more we could have stayed at the Ritz-Carleton. Or we could have stayed at the Hilton and had HBO and a hot tub. I just did not think this hotel was worth the money.

      Wonderful Hotel


      A beautiful hotel..right in the heart of the french quarter...all the charm and style that goes with the area...The lobby alone is worth a visit!

      A jewel in the French Quarter


      Lovely hotel - a gem right in the middle of it all. Excellent in-house restaurants, with the best servers. What a breakfast! And reasonable. We always stay at the Monteleone during Mardi Gras, and it's wonderful being right at the center of the action, yet able to escape to the Hotel's classy tranquility. The rooms themselves may be a little small, but they're well appointed.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Monteleone New Orleans

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Oct 01, 2014

      21 photos

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      The taxi ride from the Riverside Hotel to Fort Lauderdale airport only takes about 15-20 minutes and costs around $15, plus tip. A guy at one of the Southwest desks located outside the terminal building issued me with my boarding pass, so I tipped him as well. The flight …


      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Sep 05, 2014

      16 photos

      One of my favorite events of the year is the gathering of all of the tennis girls, especially when it's for a wedding because that means there is going to be a TON of dancing. This weekend we all came together to see Meg Spalitta marry Will Holliday in one of the most fun cities in the country, New Orleans!

      I slept on the flight from …

      Walkin to (in) New Orleans

      A travel blog entry by raymarietinetti on Jul 09, 2014

      11 photos

      Up at 7.30 expecting Joleen between 8 and 8.30. She arrived at 7.45. I hadn't even showered yet.

      Walked from the hotel through some picturesque streets to Cafe du Mondeu for Baigenets (New Orleans style French style doughnuts) and coffee for breakfast then to the French Market. It was fantastic. Great variety of cafe food and lots of …

      Joleen, Joleen, Joleen, Joleen. (sorry:)

      A travel blog entry by raymarietinetti on Jul 08, 2014

      5 photos

      Up at 8.30. There was a Facebook PM from Joleen saying "OK" to my request for a later pick up Than she had suggested. I suggested 9.30. Tried phoning her but no luck. We went downstairs at 9.30 hoping for the best. She was not there. Tried phoning from Marie's, more modern, phone but still no luck. Then then tried with 1 at the beginning - of the …

      We're back for more!

      A travel blog entry by sharileane on Jul 02, 2013

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... she received a few visitors (dare I say worshippers) to her grave site, bringing money, candles, flowers and....yes....that is a picture of someone pouring hard liquor on the tomb. The XXX's on her tomb are supposed to be an indication of favors granted, and if that's any indication the vodka is working. Another interesting tomb inside was the resting place-to-be, a huge pyramid of all things, of the famous Nicholas Cage. You will notice the Latin ...