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General Info
Locally owned and operated by the Dupepe Family since 1961, the Hotel Provincial combines the grace and charm of old world elegance with the modern conveniences of today. Located in the heart of the French Quarter just blocks from Bourbon Street, it features spacious guestrooms with 19th Century award-winning architecture. Guests of the Hotel Provincial enjoy an intimate and relaxing atmosphere with a variety of tropical, French Quarter courtyards and two refreshing pools throughout the property.
Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
master card, visa, amex, carte blanche, diners club, discover, all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Location
With a stay at Hotel Provincial, you'll be centrally located in New Orleans, steps from Old Ursuline Convent and French Market. This historic hotel is within close proximity of Historic Voodoo Museum and Pontalba Buildings.
Neighborhoods
French Quarter - CBD, French Quarter
Categories
Hotels, Lodging, Motels, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Valet

Wi-Fi: Free

Check-In Time: 3 PM

Check-Out Time: noon

Property Amenities: 24-hour front desk, Restaurant, ATM/banking, Concierge services, Safe-deposit box at front desk, Wedding services, Use of nearby fitness center (discount), Porter/bellhop, Bar/lounge, Tours/ticket assistance, Dry cleaning/laundry service, Luggage storage, Computer station

Room Amenities: Daily housekeeping, Shower/tub combination, Hair dryer, Private bathroom, Premium bedding, Designer toiletries, Air conditioning, Refrigerator, Flat-panel TV, Iron/ironing board, Cable TV service, Premium TV channels, In-room safe

Price Range : Average

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markleavell

11/30/2008

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Overall
Great deal, great location, great coffee and breakfast!

This place is friendly to all, the courtyards are beautiful, and the pool is wonderful. Nice restaurant on the grounds as well. We came just prior to Hurricane Gustav, and the hotel staff kept us informed as the city was evacuated, and worked with us on getting a cab out of the city just before things got scary. Great place! We had a lime tree just outside our room in a quaint container, and our room was well equipped. I heard some strange sounds of men yelling as if in pain, and attributed it either to a haunting or to some of the more colorful guests who were there for Southern Decadence. Ha! Great place. Thanks, Hotel Provincial.

GeorgiaO

02/14/2003

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Overall
Disappointed

Our 2nd time here - not good. Our room was over Chartres Street - we could here every cough, horse trot, sneeze and conversation! Bring earplugs! The hallway light shone right through the window on the door, but it was turned off after a phone call to the desk. The bathtub was defective: water had gotten under the lining. Showering was like riding the Titanic. Definitely needs replaced. Try to get a room in the back if you can. This place is expensive too, so heads up.

mgorfain

11/18/2002

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Overall
surprisingly nice

Wasn't sure if we should stay here or not, but the price seemed good and the location is in the part of town we prefer. What a great choice we made! Quaint & quiet rooms, several courtyards to enjoy, two pools (one small, like my private paradise) & the best restaurant in the city next door!

RWubbena

05/31/2002

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Overall
Romantic hideaway

I wasn't sure what to expect. I wanted something romantic & unique, yet reasonably priced. We got more than our money's worth. On top of being a historic site with antiques in every room, the location was quiet. It was several blocks away from the noisy part of Bourbon, and halfway between Bourbon and the French Market. The staff was very friendly and helpful, even making sure we had safe cab drivers (what a help!). We actually enjoyed hanging out on our quiet little balcony as much as exploring the City. Our thanks for a wonderful, memorable vacation.

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