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Jul 13th, 2019
Good location one block back from bourbon st, old charm but badly needing a refurbishment, carpets badly stained and bathroom is tiny and outdated, staff were friendly enough, the bed was comfortable enough TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Keep on walking..Don't stay here..
May 12th, 2019
We had a group stay here recently and yes it was sure a historic site. All of the tour companies drive by this hotel as it is in the French Quarters and the outside is original. BUT...I have never seen such disgusting carpet in hotel rooms at the Cornstalk has...my room had soooo many spills, rips and dirty spots on the carpet I would not even let my dog sleep on the floor in a hotel like this. It is not like the hotel rates are cheap...the rooms smell...the coffee is terrible and has no amenities. We were all very disappointed overall and just a side note I slept with my flip flops on because I didn't want to touch the floor at all...disgusting.... TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Needs a lot of work
May 1st, 2019
I stayed at the cornstalk hotel last month for 3 nights with my wife, she was really looking forward to staying there, we arrived outside to see the famous fence being painted, but when we went inside it all went downhill. The hotel could be stunning, but as others have said it’s really run down inside. The carpets were badly worn and stunk, the “receptionist” was terrible, not welcoming at all. The room we had was on the 1st floor, it looked out on to royal street and the balcony, the balcony wasn’t private, as I lay on the bed to rest people were out in the balcony and could look right into my room!! The room itself is as the rest off the hotel was, tired, and not very clean, the shower was terrible also. This hotel could be amazing with some TLC, it really deserves it. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Character and Location
Apr 15th, 2019
This historic mansion turned into a hotel is a charming and comfortable place to stay. The rooms are decorated to look the part (unsure whether I was looking at antiques or reproductions.) You're just a few blocks from everything fun-music, food and history. This isn't a luxury property if that matters to you, but the rooms are clean and comfortable and the staff is friendly and helpful. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
The spot was right. Tho hotel wasn't.
Apr 14th, 2019
Spent two nights in the Cornstalk after arriving in New Orleans at the end of a Mississippi River cruise. We looked for a well located hotel in the French Quarter. Got that right. HOWEVER - no elevator, no lobby, no clean carpets (they were dirty and tattered), no place to sit,except in the halls, little or no electrical outlets in the tiny rooms. Lighting was poor, shelving in the bathroom was tiny, showers were cheaply finished by what looked like unskilled workers. The transom light over the doorway was thinly covered so the rooms were lit all night from the hallway. Did I mention the strange layout of the room for watching TV? Do remember to bring your pole to vault into the high bed as well. (I'm 6'1".) I understand "old" or "classic", but this one is not worth exploring except from the street to view the corn in the wrought iron fence. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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