Best Rooms: Although Andrew Jackson Hotel is a block away from Mississippi River, the surrounding buildings block any potential views.
Best Rooms: The hotel offers street views facing Bourbon Street, Orleans Street, and St. Ann Street. If you're looking to be apart of the New Orleans action, request a room facing Bourbon Street or St Ann Street. Orleans Street offers views of restaurants and buildings.
Best Rooms: Rooms overlooking Toulouse St. have the most enjoyable views, but since the hotel is only 5 floor, views are limited.
Best Rooms: For a view of the courtyard, which is your best bet for a view from this hotel, be sure to specifically book a "Courtyard Room" (comes with 1 king, 1 queen or 2 double beds). Bear in mind that 1 King or Queen Bed "Interior Rooms" don't have any windows -- and hence, no views.
Best Rooms: If you want to see the bustling activity on Conti St., opt for a room located on the front side of the hotel -- usually the "balcony rooms." Otherwise, you can request a room overlooking the pool and courtyard area.
Best Rooms: The best view of the bustling Bienville St. would be from the Balcony rooms, situated in front of the hotel. Opt for rooms that are on floor 3, since these offer the best vantage point.
4 star hotel
Area: Central Business District
0.49 mi from Historic Voodoo Museum
Best Rooms: As this property is only four stories tall, you won't find spectacular views because it's surrounded by other hotels. However, if you want some sort of view, be sure to request either a King Bourbon Street Balcony room which overlooks Bourbon Street, or a Courtyard balcony room.