Hotel is in a building dating from 1839, a good example of Creole Greek Revival architecture in the French Quarter. Comprised of 3 early 1800's townhouses. The main house was built as the townhouse of Madame Olivier, a wealthy widow, whose husband was a plantation tycoon. Beautiful woodwork, tall ceilings, antique furnishings, three courtyards, one with a swimming pool, and a parlor. A family owned and operated hotel with individually appointed guest rooms and suites. Located in the French Quarter on Toulouse Street, one half block from Bourbon Street.
42 guest rooms and suites, each individually appointed. Rooms are priced individually. Most are decorated in period antiques, some have balconies, or views of the courtyard. Many of the one bedroom suites are split level rooms with the bedroom upstairs and the living room and wet bar downstairs.
Complementary off street parking, free local phone calls, irons, ironing boards, and clock radios in all rooms, hair dryers, curling irons. All suites include a kitchenette consisting of a refridgerator, microwave, coffee maker, and toaster.
Olivier House Hotel,
828 Toulouse New Orleans
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