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I arrived at Soniat House on the second of my four night “weekend” minimum stay and was taken to Room 11 just inside the front door, the former carriage entrance of the property, which meant I was sleeping in the horses’ quarters. Horses apparently don’t...More
9 Thank Maurine H
Response from Frances S, Owner at Soniat HouseResponded 2 April 2015
There is never an excuse serving cold coffee or disturbing a guest by serving a preordered breakfast 1/2 hour early. The cost of all breakfasts for the 4 of you have already been credited to your respective credit cards.
Horses were never quartered at 1133...More
I've stayed here multiple times over the years and while still good, and old South authentic, it has become a little tired and indifferent. We were offered room 24 at the beginning and were so tired we took it even though it is plain and...More
3 Thank sheams54
Response from Frances S, Owner at Soniat HouseResponded 21 May 2015
Please don't give up on us. In the past year we have totally redone a full third of our rooms and baths. Unfortunately 24 nor 33 have been done yet but come back in the Fall. 24 will have a new bathroom and 33 will...More
Rooms are like staying at your grandmother house ...relaxed, clean,...you will be very well taken care off by everyone at this hotel.....Bkfst is always nice specially if taken in the Patio.
This hotel is for people who want to stay in a House rather than...More
I've stayed here many times but today when some plans fells through for me, Soniat House staff (Irvin) made great efforts to make sure I had a place to come home to. I've stayed in many rooms here but Room 30 was a great surprise...More
We've stayed in great hotels all over the world and Soniat House is one of the best without doubt. Words that immediately come to mind: elegance, charm, beauty, warmth ... on and on. We stayed in a quiet second floor suite off the courtyard and...More
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US$335 - US$510 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#50 Romantic Hotel in New Orleans
#70 Business Hotel in New Orleans
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