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The Hotel St. Pierre is featured on the National Register of Historic places and a terrific day stay hotel in The Big Easy. The essence of the original Creole cottages are preserved in this modern-amenity filled half day hotel. With vibrant tropical courtyards and two sparkling swimming pools, this is a daycation dream come true. The amenities include complimentary WiFi, flat-screen TVs and every room is climate controlled. Guests don’t have to go far to find what they came to New Orleans for – the day hotel is right in the heart of the French Quarter. The accommodations include include attention to detail such as the period furnishings in the French Quarter classic style. It’s a total immersive authentic cultural experience, many rooms offer balcony views of the Vieux Carre. The rooms also come with French toiletries, hairdryers, ceiling fans and daily housekeeping keeps the entire facility spotless.
Right in the cross hair of all the action, this dayuse hotel is in New Orleans’ most popular neighborhood. It’s just a few steps to all the restaurants, nightclubs and shops that line the streets of the French Quarter. It’s also a short distance to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and New Orleans arena, making it perfect for sports fans too.
Royal Street Art Galleries-Royal Street is the center of New Orleans’ art scene. Art galleries can be found on Royal from Canal Street to Esplanade. Most of the galleries are between the 300 and 800 blocks. Whether you like high-end fine art or funky local outsider art, this is a “must” for all art-lovers.
St. Louis Cathedral-One of New Orleans’ most famous landmarks is this cathedral identified by its three steeples. It’s the oldest Catholic cathedral in the United States that’s still in use today. Folks have been worshiping in churches on this site since 1727. Officially titled Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Louis King of France, there are both self-guided and guided tours available daily. Daily mass is at 12:05 pm.Café du Monde-The Original Café du Monde was founded in 1862 in the French Quarter. It’s open 24-hours per day, seven days a week and only closes on Christmas Day or due to a hurricane. This traditional coffee shop offers the best in beignets, the French-style donuts covered in powdered sugar, and coffee au lait, a half and half mixture of coffee and hot milk. It also has a terrific gift shop at the original location, so you can take home a part of this authentic NOLA experience.
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Two sparkling pools-Balconies overlook the quaint courtyard housing the sparkling pools that have picnic tables, chairs, and large umbrellas to spend your daycay in style.
Authentic decor-Fountains, tropical gardens filled with local flora, and brightly colored cottages and trim make this experience feel like you’ve stepped into a more gentile time.
Safety deposit box-Keeps your valuables secure while you’re enjoying all the fun this daycation has to offer.
Parking - Temporary parking available for $20.00 + tax (cash only) or valet parking available for $39.00 + tax per night.