French Market Inn
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With its shabby chic décor, stone paved courtyard, whimsical garden and views of the Mississippi river, this recently renovated French Quarter hotel is a gem. Built originally in 1772 for a baker by the name of Dreux, the ground floor functioned as a boulangerie for many years. The imminent Baroness Pontalba converted the bakery into an inn in the 1830s. Staying in a historic French Quarter hotel for cheap is a tough ask, but booking one of the Value Rate Rooms here (which can go as low as $73 a night, depending on the season and time of booking) is one of the best deals around town.
It is approximately 13 miles from New Orleans International Airport.
Built in the 1800's for Baron Joseph Xavier de Pontalba, the inn is in the French Quarter, within walking distance of Jackson Square, Royal Street antique shops, Aquarium of the Americas, and Harrah's. A coffee shop is adjacent. All rooms feature cable TV, irons and ironing boards, hairdryers, dataports, and voicemail.
Featuring CC's Coffee House connecting to the hotel lobby.