The Historic Streetcar Inn Books First Guest

NEW ORLEANS, La. (November 28, 2022) – The Historic Streetcar Inn is proud to announce the booking of its first guest since its renovation. The inn welcomes all guests to visit and enjoy its unique and authentic offerings while experiencing the City of New Orleans. The Historic Streetcar Inn looks forward to servicing and tending to all future guests and ensuring every guest has the best Crescent City visit possible.

About The Historic Streetcar Inn

The Historic Streetcar Inn is comprised of two elegant 1890s-era Victorian Townhouses that have been converted into a charming 27-room property. The Inn is located in the historic Garden District of New Orleans. It looks out directly on the world-famous St. Charles Streetcar line, providing a quintessential New Orleans view and a gateway to City Park, Magazine Street Shops, and the French Quarter.

The gracious staff of the Historic Streetcar Inn ensures every guest’s stay in New Orleans is a distinctive experience complemented by our friendly staff. The inn serves complimentary coffee and tea and has a tranquil atmosphere in the evening as guests relax after enjoying their busy day in the city. The Historic Streetcar Inn is Southern Hospitality at its finest.

About J Collection

The J Collection represents 17 unique, locally owned and operated hotels with more than 2,050 rooms in New Orleans and Southeast Region. Each property has a distinctive style and personality, offering an authentic experience steeped in rich culture and charm. The collection is comprised of: The Jung Hotel & Residences, Hotel Mazarin; Hotel Le Marais, Dauphine Orleans; Le Richelieu, Melrose Mansion, Audubon Cottages, Maison Dupuy Hotel, Historic Streetcar Inn, Chateau Hotel, Hotel Royal, French Quarter Suites, New Orleans Courtyard Hotel, the New Orleans Airport Hotel, Nottoway Plantation, Dunleith Historic Inn in Natchez, MS, and Sheraton Refuge Resort and Conference Center in Flowood, MS.

Media Contact:

POLA Marketing
(504) 233-6889

J Collection Contact:

Mark S. Wilson
(504) 503-1455