Close to everything
The hotel is just one block off canal, so it’s not in the crazy foot traffic.
A little hard to get to at first because it’s on a one way narrow street. Easy to miss the street
No one available for valet parking and no bellman. Yet, you can charge for this. Person at front desk upon check in was rude and could have cared less. Also, if I would have known that my room would have not had any windows, I would have gone elsewhere.
The inside of the building is very beautiful and the bathroom was amazing. Bed was comfy and staff was very kind and inviting.
NO WINDOWS in some of the rooms, and half of the outlets didn't work.
Ok in a pinch
Indifferent staff, mildewy smell covered up by perfume, dark room, noisy air conditioning, dark room. You can do much better.
THIS PLACE HAS MOLD
The location was alright, within walking distance to the French Quarter. The rooms had vaulted ceiling and were really well decorated. Kcup machines in each room for mornings. Bathroom and sheets were clean.
The building and more specifically our room smelled so bad of mold that we tried to get our room moved. They wouldn't move our room and wouldn't refund any money so we couldn't check out and leave. A week since staying here and I am still suffering from acute bronchitis, myself and every one of my friends who stayed in my room have the same illness. Our sink leaked constantly and soaked the carpet in the walkway of our room only making the mold smell worse. Housekeeping there my personal belongings on the floor, like my personal pillow and left it there. The carpet was gross and always seemed damp, along with the curtains. Beware if you have an allergy to mold.
In the 1820s, Mr. James Caldwell built one of the greatest English theatres in America, called The St. Charles Theatre, on Camp Street. One of the most talented and renowned actors who regularly performed at the theatre was Mr. Alan Pelham. In honor of Mr. Pelhams wondrous contributions to the theatre community, Caldwell named his elaborate home, located on Common Street, The Pelham Manor. Today, The Pelham Hotel remains at the hub of activity, located in the midst of the Central Business District and steps away from the famed French Quarter. While The St. Charles Theatre and the Pelham Manor no longer exist, The Pelham Hotel still stands as a testament to Caldwells dream and the English grandeur of a theatre once referred to as The Temple of the Drama.
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