ooking for an alternative New Orleans getaway that provides relaxing accommodations for every traveler? You've discovered the Lions Inn bed and breakfast in the historic Marigny [pronounced "Marry NEE"] in New Orleans, Louisiana.
We, your hosts, call ourselves "a bed and breakfast located minutes from the French Quarter." Enjoy the celebrated Jazz nightclubs, restaurants and entertainment unique to Frenchmen Street in New Orleans just steps from our door. Or venture into the decadent world of Bourbon Street, with its bars that never close and a captivating energy of intoxicating abandonment.
No matter when you visit or what your objective is in visiting New Orleans, the Lions Inn bed and breakfast offers you a welcome respite from the day-to-day world.
nwind in the peaceful setting of the Lions Inn -- actually two historic residences converted into our contemporary version of the best in comfortable bed and breakfast elegance. One part of the Lions Inn is a charming 140-year-old, two storey, Edwardian house; the other is a typical historic New Orleans "shotgun double" -- both have been completely renovated with attention to guest comforts, historic detail, and antique furnishings.
Your oasis features ten non-smoking rooms decorated with elegant trimmings, most have private baths [some do share a bath] and all have luxurious linens on twin, king, and queen-sized beds.
e also invite you to relax on our garden patio - a perfect place to gather with friends for soft music, good conversation, or the first cup of coffee in the morning. An extended continental breakfast awaiting you each morning gives you the energy to explore the wonders of New Orleans. Among our most treasured features is our garden with swimming pool and Jacuzzi hot tub. No matter what season or time of day, the Lions Inn guests are welcome to indulge in the rejuvenating water and enjoy the privacy and exquisite fragrances our lush garden foliage provides.
or those who want to experience the city, the Lions Inn is located in the Faubourg Marigny District, a safe 5-block walk from the French Quarter. You can spend the day visiting places like the French Market, Jackson Square, St. Louis Cemetery, the River Walk, plus some of the most renowned shops and restaurants in the world. The streetcar stop at Esplanade ambles it's way along the riverfront, turns [at the famed Aquarium of the Americas] onto Canal Street where you can transfer to one of the ONLY moving Register of Historic Places, The Saint Charles Streetcar [the other is the San Francisco cable car]. The famed Saint Charles Streetcar rumbles up St. Charles Avenue past the mansions of the Garden District, Loyola and the Audubon Zoo.
ew Orleans from our perspective is two distinctly different entities.
There is the day-time New Orleans and the night-time New Orleans. Their rhythms are different, their passions ebb-and-flow at different paces.
By day New Orleans' life-blood is shopping, and exploring the myriad attractions that made and still make New Orleans famous:
t night, New Orleans' pace can become slow and romantic, or frenetic and passionate. The night-time New Orleans is yours to command, to shape and mold, to guide effortlessly into the dream you've been dreaming.
Its energy rises with the delta-moon and flavors your senses with tantalizing sounds and scents.
our "home" in New Orleans is the santuary of the Lions Inn bed and breakfast. At the Lions Inn, you can be certain we will do everything we can to ensure your visit is a memorable one!
The Lions Inn...and New Orleans, a perfect combination for making memories.