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NOLA Chic’s #TBT Hotel St. Pierre in New Orleans

In honor of #throwbackthursday I decided to share some of my favorite New Orleans moments and places with ya’ll.

In May 2014 my sister and I had our “New Orleans Girl’s Trip” and opted in being “real tourist” instead of staying with family members this particular time. Plus, we were here to celebrate my cousin’s Fabulous 40th Birthday and vibe called for some glam lol.

We would end up having a fabulous time in New Orleans! I will share the birthday party pictures in a separate blog, but we divided our 10 day New Orleans Girl’s Trip by staying in two hotels, both gave us a different feel, vibe and view of New Orleans.The pictures here are of Hotel St. Pierre located in the French Quarter’s.

https://www.hotelstpierre.com/

We loved it, minus the run in we had with a few cockroaches, but hey it’s a courtyard hotel lol

Hotel Pierre gives you an authentic French colonial architecture feel with cottage style guestrooms decorated with antique furniture, beautiful cobblestone patio and outdoor pool.

If I wasn’t with my sister it would have have made for the perfect hidden romantic getaway. Swimming and lounging in the courtyard gave off this seductive feeling. Like I can see myself “Boo’d up” sipping on champagne sitting in the doorway of my room with a man right now lol.

New Orleans does that too you wherever you’re at tho…

The staff was hospitable and outgoing, very New Orleans local treatment.

With the exception of the cockroaches the parking, very small parking lot was very expensive, but parking is expensive period in New Orleans, but they will get you in the Quarter’s.

Having this lil look back on my stay thereI will look into going one weekend as a local, you know a staycation be a tourist soon and will write a true blog review on my stay.

We definitely enjoyed our stay at this historic hotel! Loved the amenties and the continental breakfast was a nice treat! At this moment I recommend you all booking your stay, but my views are dated, the rates may have went up as well, but I will let ya’ll know how it goes.

*Per Travelocity

Description:
On the National Register of Historic Places, the Hotel St. Pierre, with its authentic French Colonial cottages dating back to the 1700’s, embodies the architecture, romance, and ambiance of a bygone era. Contributing greatly to the hotel’s charm is the relaxed atmosphere of this quiet residential section of the French Quarter. One would never guess its proximity to world class dining, culture, and the lively nightlife of Bourbon Street. Secluded lush tropical courtyards, balconies, pools, and fountains help make this the perfect spot for a family vacation, romantic escape, or storybook wedding, as well as for incentive trips, reunions, and family vacations. Valet parking available for $39.95 plus tax per vehicle per night.
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