Royal Street Inn and R Bar
What We Love
- A suite stay with a welcome drink at a hotel-cum-bar in the popular Marigny neighborhoodPicking up your complimentary welcome drink from R Bar, a popular local nightlife spot
- Hanging out in a well-appointed and comfortable suite
- Taking a stroll down Royal Street and into the French Quarter, to shop for antiques or works of art
What To Know
- Light sleepers will want to bring earplugs – noise from the street and bar jukebox will find its way into your room
- The R Bar is quite rowdy on weekends (it's open till 6 am)
- The inn hosts regular Friday crawfish boils
- Very close to the French Quarter and clubs and bars of Frenchman Street
- Free WiFi
With a stay at Royal Street Inn and R Bar in New Orleans, you’ll be minutes from Gallier House and New Orleans Mint. This inn is within close proximity of Beauregard-Keyes House and Old Ursuline Convent.
Make yourself at home in one of the 5 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Cable programming and iPod docking stations are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and separate sitting areas, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
Food & Drink
Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include luggage storage and coffee/tea in a common area.
How to Get There
Adam the GM was always available and very helpful. We got there way before check in time, but he held our luggage. free drink tickets and super comfortable beds. Its at the end of royal st so not too loud at night, but still just a few blocks walk from everything. would definitely book again
Having never visited New Orleans we were lead by a number of potential places to stay and eventually came across the Royal Street Inn and R Bar.
We had the Storyville suite, which has a good sized place with bedroom / living room with ensuite shower and toilet. The room is themed on the infamous Storyville area of old New Orleans, which is a really nice touch as history is such a big part of a trip there.
Cannot emphasise how helpful the staff were, including the ascent with all our luggage from the kerbside. The room also came with a couple of drink tokens which was also a nice touch.
The room has a fridge and coffee making facilities, and they had a nice stock of cold water already there. There is a nice selection of toiletries and the room service each day ensures all the mess you make the day before is put back to normal.
My wife and I loved our stay there. The Rooms are above a lively bar downstairs, but we didn't mind and to be honest really didn't feel the noise level was a problem (you get complimentary ear plugs if you are sensitive). You also have access to the shared balcony or overhang as I think its technically called.
There is plenty of character in the room, bar and locality to enjoy. To some this may not suit, but if you are looking for something fun and entertaining with a real hospitable group of people then look no further.
We stayed in the Mississippi Room on March 6. Just a very quaint place and management is so welcoming. We got there a little early, but Adam saw us trying to get into the bar to check in and welcomed us in. He took us to our room and explained all the amenities. It was a lovely room. Friends of ours stayed in another room, which was also great. The neighborhood is great and a quick walk to the quarter. We enjoyed our stay and ended the evening at the bar downstairs, which has great character. The stairs to the rooms are narrow and curvy, but as long as you don't have problems with that, I'd totally recommend this place. We will stay there again.
Very cool little bar with a much more local vibe. Doesn’t feel at all like some of the tourist traps on bourbon street.Would love to book a room here next time I’m in town. Rooms look great and it’s just a couple of blocks from Frenchman Street.
Gumbo not that good. Drinks ok. P.O. boys good tho. Kind of a corner greasy spoon. Waitress was wonderful though. Oyster sampler platter was delicious. ESP since I love them cooked. In future I’d skip gumbo n go straight to oysters !!!