The Cornstalk Hotel

915 Royal Street | New Orleans, LA 70116-2701  [SEE MAP]New Orleans, LA  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Most photographed hotel

Jan 1st, 2020

Gorgeous place to visit. The hotel is breathtaking and well worth a visit to take photos. Google the history of why the iron fence was commissioned. Beautiful inside and lovely rooms - gets booked quickly so don't dely TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Historic hotel

Nov 9th, 2019

This hotel was definitely historic. The rooms were old and a little worn, but it’s all about the experience. It was safe and clean, and the location could not be beat. No restaurants onsite, but Nola is full of amazing restaurants. The staff were really nice. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 1

Post cruise

Oct 27th, 2019

I had been looking forward to a stay at the Cornstalk for years ever since it was featured on the young and the restless. I finally got there for a 1 night stay after my cruise. To say the least I was very disappointed in every aspect of this stay. From the non friendliness of check in to the cleanliness and charm of the room, nothing looks like the photos on their website! It needs a full overhaul to keep its historic charm. The curtains in the room were tattered nothing seemed to be kept up the bathroom seemed unkept and dirty There was no charm from checking to checkout No one assisted us or ask if we needed help. Upon check in we arrived early and knew our room would not be ready We were told u can put your bag in there had to place our own luggage in the room next to the check in desk which is 1 small desk, we were not even greeted Welcome to the Cornstalk Hotel, very aloof and rude. Upon checkout as we were lugging our bags to the front door the same employee that checked us in was on his phone talking and loudly said Well room 4 just left. For 200$ a night, never again a huge disappointment, I definitely will not recommended this boutique hotel to anyone. I would have much rather stayed at the Marriott Angela C TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Excellent location

Oct 17th, 2019

This is a beautiful historic home centrally located in the French Quarter. Only a couple blocks from Jackson Square. It’s on Royal street which is the best street in the Quarter, in my opinion. So location was the number one reason to stay here. The courtyard is actually in front of the house as opposed to the back, like other properties. So we were able to relax with a cup of tea and watch the people on Royal Street and listen to the guy playing guitar across the street. The building itself is over 200 years old and quite lovely. So keep that in mind, it won’t be as well kept as some of the newer buildings but that really didn’t bother me. The room was decorated well, four poster beds, Victorian era wallpaper, chandelier, etc The room was clean, the AC cold, and the water hot. That’s all I needed. Private bathroom in all rooms. The central location was really the best feature of the house. I would stay there again. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Two nights in NO

Oct 6th, 2019

Believe it or not, my mother and I stayed at the Cornstalk House when I was about 15 years old. That was in 1963. I remembered the visit as magical, so I wanted my husband to enjoy the way I did. This year is our 50th wedding anniversary. The visit did not disappoint! Our room was on the second floor on the right facing Royal. It was lovely and furnished with antiques. The only thing I would suggest is the need for more than one chair in the room. The bed was too high to use as seat. We had access to a guest shared balcony on the front of house right next to our room. That was a fun spot to drink wine and watch the extemporaneous Mardi Gras parades and tours that stop to teach about the history of the house. I would have loved an elevator but I did enjoy our room. If we had planned ahead, there are first floor rooms to rent. Thanks to the staff for finding a spot to park our car on sight! We didn’t need it since we could walk wherever we wanted to go. I am sure I go back to the Cornstalk Hotel! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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