At the Inn on St. Ann there is a distinct southern feel in every detail throughout the property. Exposed brick, a grand staircase, wrought iron balconies overlooking beautiful St. Ann Street, century old oak trees shading a classic courtyard, and magnificent chandeliers, original artwork and antiques accentuating its original 18th century charm.
To add to the historical context, there is a Creole cottage on the property that was once owned and inhabited by the famous voodoo priestess Marie Laveau. Mystery and history surround the Inn on St. Ann, giving guests an experience that is pure New Orleans.
Visit: 1013 St. Ann Street, New Orleans; 504-304-1830; frenchquarterguesthouses