Overview of Chateau Orleans
On your visit to New Orleans, consider visiting Chateau Orleans. Don't expect lot of visitors to Chateau Orleans since it is not a popular tourist spot in New Orleans.
Attractions like Frenchmen Street, Preservation Hall, R T A, Jamie Hayes Gallery and Metairie Cemetery are the usual crowd pullers of New Orleans and you might easily miss out Chateau Orleans amidst these top things to do.
Top rated New Orleans tours do not include Chateau Orleans in their schedule, you can add it to your plan anyway.
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Great hidden gem. I am an owner and so come to visit regularly. There are some things that need updating, but this is one of the best locations in the French Quarter. It's close to the action but far enough out to be quiet.
Staying here has been wonderful. It's nice yet casual and the staff is very friendly.
Very good aesthetic. Bathrooms on 2nd floor up spiral staircase, but not too bad. Outdoor pool. Side door so you don't have to walk through the front entrance every time. Not spacious but has enough space.
Friendly staff, great rooms, reasonable price.
Family Owned and staff is very friendly. Old building needs some upgrades. Newer building is very quaint.