Have you ever wanted to bring a moderate-sized group to New Orleans, only to balk at the thought of renting a block of rooms in a public hotel? Everyone knows that hotels have very few places for groups to gather … Continue reading
While NOLA is known mostly for our French and Creole residents, we certainly have residents from every nationality and lineage here in our beautiful city. Enough so that many non-French holidays see festivities and parades. And what’s the next holiday … Continue reading
All hail the road-warriors, the week-away-ers, those who assist other offices, and those who try to drum up new clients: the business travelers. For many, it’s the same dull thing: fly into a city, check in to a cold hotel … Continue reading
While we’ve barely shaken off the Christmas and have yet to celebrate the New Year, it certainly isn’t too soon to be thinking about Mardi Gras, happening during the entire month of February and culminating over the extended weekend of … Continue reading
Electric vehicles are becoming more and more popular, making it necessary for businesses to adapt in order to best serve their guests. We are proud to announce our partnership with Tesla Motors, bringing the first bed and breakfast in New … Continue reading
We are excited to announce the launch of our new website. We hope you will take some time to look around and see all that Canal Street Inn and beautiful New Orleans have to offer!
Come to New Orleans the week of January 26, 2016 and discover what Mardi Gras is all about for almost ½ of the cost and 100% of the fun. 1.- YOU WILL GET PLENTY OF BEADS!2.- Dozens of parades … Continue reading
Maybe it’s the heat, but we’re still in August, and we are already looking forward to December. Enjoy the holiday season festivities in New Orleans while staying at the historic Canal Street Inn, which is offering a special “Papa Noel” … Continue reading
New Orleans truly has something for everyone. A frequent visitor to our B&B called today to find out what fun things were happening for her three 20 something nieces and her sister to check out. They’re passing through on the way to Houston where the youngest will be spending a few months dancing with The Houston Ballet.
Given that all three girls were staunch athletes in training for various sports and they were traveling with their mom, they weren’t into the typical Bourbon Street experience so many young people come to New Orleans seeking.
We put together a great 48 hour getaway itinerary for them… Continue reading