Chalon House

75% love it
Charming B&B not too far from all the action
This "creole cottage" was built in 1830 and offers a real glimpse into the history of New Orleans. It's also said to be haunted if you are looking for some adventure while you sleep??


    • Great place to stay
      My partner and I stayed at the Chalon House last Mardi Gras and we had a great time. The rooms are very large and comfortable The lounge is set up like a living room which made it feel more like you were staying at a friend's house instead of a hotel. I got a huge kick out of playing with the little pig and my partner used her photo taken with the tiny horse on facebook for months. The hosts, Jim and Scott are great. You start out with a printed list of suggestions for food, bars & entertainment on your bed, and they are alway eager to give directions & suggestions. I lost my medication and Scott drove me to Walmart to have it refilled. Talk about above and beyond expectations, damn.

    • cindysgirl
      cindysgirl Over a year ago
      Loves it

      I loved it
      I don't know what that lady's problem was but I stayed at the Chalon House for JazzFest, also in June. It was great. Everything was comfortable and clean and very nice. There was some remodeling going on in private areas but it didn't affect the guest areas at all. We had a great time with Scott and Jim, the owners . They treated us like long lost friends. We crossed paths with them in the French Quarter and sat outside Lafittes Blacksmith talking and laughing for hours . I can't wait to go back to New Orleans and I'll be staying The Chalon House for sure.

    • kennyj
      kennyj Over a year ago
      Loves it

      I can only assume that NOtraveler is in fact a local competitor instead of a guest. We stayed at the Chalon House and loved it. We were pleased to find that the room was actually nicer than the photos on the website and the guest lounge was great. We didn't have to stay cramped in the room, we could spread out and relax . Everything was spotless and Jim and Scott couldn't have been nicer. We'd come in at night and they would invite into their personal space and ask us about our day, give us suggestions as to where to eat and even took us to see the Treme Brass Band at the Candle Light Lounge. They let us play withbthe tiny horses too. We had a wonderful time and we will go back. We had a really fun couple of girls in the next room and they felt the same way. It was more like staying with family.

    • NOTraveler
      NOTraveler Over a year ago
      Hates it

      Not worth the trip
      Filthy spot with defensive "innkeeper". Stay home.

    • ChalonHouse
      ChalonHouse Over a year ago

      The Chalon House is now Open for Guests
      Check it our for yourself. It's a quite, 10 minute walk to the heart of Gay New Orleans