New Orleans

City House Hostel New Orleans / French Quarter is IN the French Quarter and a block from Bourbon Street. Stop in and see why guests from all over the world choose City House Hostel New Orleans / French Quarter when they are in New Orleans and the French Quarter!

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    New Orleans - French Quarter

    129 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70112

    Directions to City House Hostels: New Orleans

    neworleans@cityhousehostels.com

    Check Availability

    +1-504-571-9854

City House Hostel New Orleans / French Quarter is IN the French Quarter and a block from Bourbon Street. Stop in and see why guests from all over the world choose City House Hostel New Orleans / French Quarter when they are in New Orleans and the French Quarter!

Ride the trolley streetcar along tree lined streets and past cemeteries that host parties, or listen to jazz at one of dozens of famous music joints throughout the city. It’s pretty hard to get stressed in New Orleans, but having a good time is easy - especially when you stay at City House Hostel New Orleans.

We are proud to be the only legal hostel in the French Quarter, just 2 blocks to world famous Bourbon Street, the street-cars of Canal Street, and all the jazz and uniquely New Orleans style of French-Creole cooking you could want!

Looking for art, antiques, classic jazz or contemporary, a quiet night along the river or a raucous night out on the town, City House Hostels: New Orleans is in the center of it all and a place you can always come back to as Your House in the City.

City House Hostel New Orleans / City House Hostel French Quarter offers private rooms, private suites, and a variety of mixed dorms from 4 beds to 12 beds. We also have a quiet computer lounge and a brand new kitchen and common space. All bathrooms are shared.



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Directions


Free Uber Ride
From Train Station, Bus Terminal, or Automobile Parking!

Get a free $20 ride from Uber when you sign up and use our code below.  It really is free. No catches.

Please note – Uber is currently UNABLE to pick up from Philadelphia International Airport

Download Uber App > Run App
Select uberX
Confirm location
Enter “129 Burgundy Street, New Orleans, LA 70112” as destination
Select PROMO CODE > Enter “NOH129”
  Enjoy a FREE ride on us!


Arriving by Bus
Options below for:

Greyhound Bus Depot
Megabus / Bolt Bus / Bus Depot

 

From the Greyhound / Amtrak New Orleans Station

Exit the building and follow the traffic to the RIGHT to Loyola Ave

Turn RIGHT onto Loyola Ave following the side walk to the UPT Streetcar Bay 1 

Take the 49 Loyola-UPT Harrah's Casino via Canal Street Street Car

Exit the streetcar at Canal Street & Rampart Street

You will be across the street from Saenger Theater - look for the big sign!

Cross Canal Street

When facing Saenger Theater ( or having it to your LEFT ), turn RIGHT and walk down Canal Street for 1 Blocks

Turn LEFT onto Burgundy Street

You'll see our sign and the door on your LEFT - just ring the bell and one of our friendly staff members will welcome you to your House in the City!

 


Arriving by Train – New Orleans Station

( Amtrak, All Bus )

City House Hostels : New Orleans address is:
129 Burgundy Street, New Orleans, LA 70112

 

From the Greyhound / Amtrak New Orleans Station

Exit the building and follow the traffic to the RIGHT to Loyola Ave

Turn RIGHT onto Loyola Ave following the side walk to the UPT Streetcar Bay 1 

Take the 49 Loyola-UPT Harrah's Casino via Canal Street Street Car

Exit the streetcar at Canal Street & Rampart Street

You will be across the street from Saenger Theater - look for the big sign!

Cross Canal Street

When facing Saenger Theater ( or having it to your LEFT ), turn RIGHT and walk down Canal Street for 1 Blocks

Turn LEFT onto Burgundy Street

You'll see our sign and the door on your LEFT - just ring the bell and one of our friendly staff members will welcome you to your House in the City!

 

 

 


Arriving by Airplane

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport ( MSY )

City House Hostels : New Orleans address is:
129 Burgundy Street, New Orleans, LA 70112

By Bus ( ~$1.25 each way. Must have exact change! )

From the Airport Terminal A

From the FIRST LEVEL
From the SECOND LEVEL

Look for this sign:

 

Take the 202 Bus / Canal Street Bus

 

EXIT the Bus at Elk Place at Canal Street. You will be across the street from Saenger Theater - look for the big sign!

Cross Canal Street

When facing Saenger Theater, turn RIGHT and walk down Canal Street for 2 Blocks

Turn LEFT onto Burgundy Street

You'll see our sign and the door on your LEFT - just ring the bell and one of our friendly staff members will welcome you to your House in the City!

 


Automobile Parking At:
Parking On Site!

City House Hostels : New Orleans address is:
129 Burgundy Street, New Orleans, LA 70112

 

There is paid parking available in a parking garage right below the hostel!
 

              PLEASE NOTE   City House Hostel New Orleans does NOT own, operate,
             or have any relationship with the parking garage!  If you don't like the prices,
             the atmosphere, or the tickets that they give - please feel free to park ANYWHERE
             you like! This is just the most convenient option!

After you've paid for parking ( there is a little cash box near the entrance! )

Exit the lot onto BURGUNDY STREET

You'll see our sign and the door inset on the building - just ring the bell and one of our friendly staff members will welcome you to your House in the City!

 

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