Housed in the iconic Salvation Army building built in 1924, with sweet river and city views. Hop the seasonal house bikes and go exploring.
Mezzanine space offers coffee & juice by day, and cocktails & oysters by night. Former gym is now the restaurant. (And there’s a new gym instead!)
Even the smallest rooms rock luxe Turkish linens and bathrobe, bath amenities from LATHER, a mini-fridge and Smart TV.
Valet parking $35/night.
24-hour fitness center with cardio and weight equipment.
Complimentary turndown service.
Dogs OK, $25/night.
Room approximately 200 sq ft.
43" flat-screen TV.
Bath products by LATHER Modern Apothocaries.
Drinks served at Evangeline.
2 restaurants onsite. Or, The Whale serves American cuisine.
Room service available.
453 Boulevard of the Allies
What Our Bookers Think
91% Liked It (563 Ratings)
Great location and the bed was amazing and super comfortable! Room was the smallest hotel room I’ve ever seen. Barely enough room to walk around the bed. Elevators are super slow as well. Plan to take the stairs if you can. Pretty inconvenient
13 days ago
Good location, good employees. Only complaint was that the room was very tiny
6 months ago
Room too small. Smaller than nyc hotel rooms! Also terribly lit.
Need to Know
Rate displayed is per night, per room. Each room is guaranteed to fit 2 people. Extra guests are at the hotel’s discretion and may be subject to additional fees.