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International House

221 Camp St, New Orleans, LA 70130

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International House, New Orleans, Louisiana
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International House - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
This hotel alone has managed to fuse old and new successfully - it is modern without being obnoxious, stylish without being frigid. It is, in fact, one of those most rare things in life, a boutique hotel with soul. In the lobby, ornate pillars and decorative moldings are copied from the original 190...

No title - expert review
This 119-room Beaux Arts confection, located in the Central Business District, has been attracting flush hipsters since its 1998 opening. Rooms, colored in taupes and creams, have CD players with music by local musicians. Generously sized bathrooms, fitted with massive tubs or double-headed showers ...

No title - expert review
The lobby of this boutique hotel is an architectural dream, with 23-foot-high ceilings, ornate pilasters, marble floors, and seasonally changing decor. Fine linens and fabrics enhance the guest rooms, which, although small, are attractively decorated in a contemporary New Orleans style, with CD play...

No title - expert review
A standout from the start, the International House has set a new standard with its creative design and meticulous attention to detail. Record company and film execs should love it, but so should anyone who's had enough of Victorian sweetness and needs a palate cleanser. Here, a wonderful old Beaux A...

No title - expert review
This smoke free boutique hotel fulfills many travelers' dreams. It has all the modern luxuries, feels at one with its surroundings and injects an element of fun. A voodoo priestess is on call for guests with special needs -just one example of the wit at work here. The intriguing mix of minimalism an...

No title - expert review
Two blocks from the French Quarter in the Historic Central Business District in one of the world's most eclectic cities, is a hotel like no other. International House is about New Orleans today. It's about a tangible contemporary style and an intangible spiritual warmth weaving its way throughout. I...

No title - expert review
It is time to go back to New Orleans: if not for the Mardi Gras shops selling Comme des Garcons, and fusion cuisine replacing the beignet. International House hotel still manages to fuse old and new successfully it is modern without being obnoxious, stylish without being frigid. It is, in fact, one ...

The Center of New Orleans Chic - user review
The best looking thirtysomethings in New Orleans congregate in the magical loa (the hotel's lobby bar) every evening after work. Dress to impress. The hotel is a New Orleans interpretation of the best boutique hotels in the US. It's like the Delano with Louisiana ...

A fun and hip place to stay - user review
The International House was a cool place to stay at! It has a very similiar feel to the W but without the price tag. This place is hip so you won't come across the "stuffiness" of a typical 4 to 5 star hotel but you still have the comfort of one. I would definitely recommend it despite som...

Funky and non traditional - user review
I guess opinions are pretty polarized about this place. It doesn't have all the traditional services no valet parking or internal garage, very limited room service, no restaurant. We didn't care about much of that, though it would have been nice to eat breakfast there. On the up side, though, it's s...

Only place we stay in NO - user review
Our company travels to New Orleans every few years and this is the only hotel we use. Most of all, we return to the Intl House for the consistency of service. Very comfortable and clean rooms, extremely friendly and helpful employees. No room service at the time of our stay as part of continuing Kat...

A fine hotel with an excellent staff - user review
You can't beat the location just a few blocks from the French Quarter. The International House is a cool place to stay the lobby and bar are very chic and the rooms are quite comfortable. The staff, I think, is the best selling point. Everyone at IH is very helpful and cheerful. The doormen especial...

Accommodating Guests Seems to be a Problem - user review
When I booked the room, I asked for smoking room; got nonsmoking, and asked for more than 1 ashtray; got 1. And that was just in the 1st hour. Room service line is ALWAYS busy have to call desk. Breakfast promised in 25 30 mins., took an hour. Got half and half instead of the milk I ordered. And thi...

You can definitely do better - user review
I was in New Orleans last week first for work and then for pleasure. Based on the rave reviews I had read about the International Hotel and the added value it provided when you stay th...

Give the Hotel International a try - user review
I was there over Labor day. I got nothing but good things to say about it. We found a $75 night rate on the internet and based on the reviews on this site we took a chance. We had a re...

Nice, but still recovering. - user review
The location, architecture and decor of the International House are great. Both classic and modern. It's located in the CBD right next to all the big hotels like the Marriott, W, and...

Bogus charges, Crappy customer service - user review
The room was wonderful, but the after-service is law-suit worthy. I received a bogus-charge on my credit-card from the hotel. They refuse to remove it -saying that I need to go through my c...

Decent, but overpriced - user review
The staff were excellent, from beginning to end. The room was decent by NO standards, although a bit drab. Location was great... close to the Quarter, but away from the noise. Many s...

Great Option for Budget-Conscious - user review
Very friendly. We called the hotel directly to book and they matched a cheap price I had found online with no problem. Room was on the small side. Lobby and bar are great. Als...

Loved it! - user review
We found a very reasonable rate online for International House ($99/night) and found it to be a fabulous find for the price. The hotel was clean, and the front dek staff were very frie...

Attractive and serene - user review
We were walk-ins into the hotel as a result of seeing a brochure at the Louisiana Welcome Center. My stay was very pleasant and uneventful. Can't say there were any bad experiences. The s...

Most Amazing! - user review
When I booked my reservation, I booked it with Sherie. She was the most pleasant person I have spoken with. She made making a reservation so easy. She was very detailed oriented and thoroug...

Stay Away from this Place - user review
Wow that was a bait and switch. Having stayed at some great hotels with a modern style, I was expecting a serene simple atmosphere and excellent service. The only nice feature was the l...

BEAUTIFUL!! - user review
The best place to stay in New Orleans! When I return to New Orleans, this is will definitely be my home awa...

The BEST of New Orleans! - user review
My husband and I stayed here for Mardi Gras a few years back, and it was AWESOME. We also stayed at the Ritz-Carlton, and definetly prefer this hotel over the Ritz any day! The ro...

International House -- New Orleans Hotel Reviews
Who needs a concierge when you have a "voodoo priestess" for your special needs? This downtown boutique hotel is a departure from the traditional New Orleans hotels filled with antiques and history, yet it still manages to immerse itself in the uniqueness of local culture. Ultramodern, sty...

Mobil Travel Guide: International House New Orleans LA
At this top-rated boutique hotel, the dcor is a winning mix of New Orleans style and contemporary chic. The charming folk art and handmade furniture created by Louisiana artisans serve as a pleasant reminder youre in Cajun country, but the stainless steel and marble accents give the ritzy, intimat...

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