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Olivier House Hotel

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5 out of 5 stars
Olivier House Hotel
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Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

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With red hues and rich shrubbery that denotes a different era, Olivier House Hotel started as a private home to one Madame Olivier. The Creole Greek revival style home was built in the year 1839 and the lobby retains much of the original setting. It passed through a few families until 1970, when it was acquired by the Danner family to be run as a boutique hotel, keeping the name of the original owner. It’s a touch pricier than the other hotels on this list but, given its location three blocks away from Jackson Square, it is totally worth it.

Olivier House Hotel says
Built in 1838 by the Widow Olivier, this historic structure has seen many travelers and dramas in its nearly two-hundred year history. Our stately parlors, balconies, and old-fashioned southern hospitality will sweep you back in time, while the modern comforts of our unique rooms offer shade and rest from the revelries of Bourbon Street, just steps outside our door...



Address: 828 Toulouse St
New Orleans
Cross street: between Dauphine and Bourbon Sts
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