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Reviewed 27 December 2020 via mobile

The staff was exceptionally friendly and exceeded our expectations for service. They were extremely welcoming and accommodating.
The hotel itself is charming. It is transformed on old school/cathedral grounds, which create a unique atmosphere. Offers a great dining experience, from breakfast to dinner.
Would highly recommend and would definitely stay again.

Date of stay: December 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 17 December 2020

What a hotel! My girlfriend and I stayed here for 2 nights for a quick jaunt to New Orleans, her first visit. The staff were professional, helpful, and very knowledgeable. The room we stayed in was absolutely fantastic- balcony, in-room cast iron bathtub, beautiful furniture, cozy bed.

The care and vision put into the room were apparent in style and function- if you enjoy staying in a hotel that is more than a crash pad, but an essential part of your trip by itself, Hotel Peter and Paul should be at the top of your short list!

Even with all the COVID protocols, this was a place I will not soon forget and will be one of only a few places I will ever again consider staying at during New Orleans visits!

Thoughtful travelers with a mind for quality of experience and a desire for the original will find themselves at home during their stay at Hotel peter and Paul!

Room tip: We stayed in Room 605 and LOVED it!
Date of stay: December 2020
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Thank danielwP4127VB
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Reviewed 17 December 2020

When your birthday present to yourself is to stay at a local hotel you know it must be special! And YES the Peter and Paul is that special and more.
The creativity, serenity and elegance of each room is amazing, it does not feel like a typical hotel. The conversion from and old catholic schoolhouse was an impeccable renovation that maintained tons of natural cypress wood.
The hotel personnel is super friendly while also being professional. No stuffy snobby service here. I would rather stay here than any Four Seasons or Ritz Carlton the rooms, the appointments in the rooms are much nicer and I love the vibe of the hotel and the neighborhood. Peter and Paul has achieved something in this hotel that you rarely find n the USA, by marrying true elegance, history, and service in a very relaxed and comforting way. Love this fantastically unique place!!

Date of stay: December 2020
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Thank V5445OTchristinec
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Reviewed 16 December 2020 via mobile

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this lovely property. Lots to do within walking distance. Rooms were quiet and very comfortable. Easy access to French Quarter. Unexpected surprise on Sunday was a pop up holiday art market.

Date of stay: December 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 December 2020

My husband and I are local, newlyweds, and were yet to have our honeymoon due to COVID. We were delighted by the suggestion from a friend to try out this local gem and have an in-town getaway. Indeed it was. The hotel is absolutely gorgeous. We essentially had the Rectory to ourselves, which was amazing. Dinner in the Church was magical and we were transported to another place entirely. Incredible food, wine, and service, not to mention a harpist playing ethereal music late into the evening. We ended our evening in the lounge, which is as opulent as the rooms. Carolina went above and beyond to ensure our stay was as relaxing as possible. Staff was responsive, communicative, and we felt truly care for. Thank you so much for creating such a unique and special experience for us.

Date of stay: December 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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