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Welcome to our Inn at the Old Jail

An original New Orleans retreat in historic Treme.

1902 Police Jail and Patrol Station

Built as a New Orleans police jail and patrol station in 1902, this Queen Anne beauty became a library, then a much-loved community center before it was damaged and abandoned in the 2005 flood.

Innkeepers Liz and Raul Canache have creatively restored the building, converting the crumbling neighborhood icon into a welcoming nine-room boutique inn rich with architectural details and antiques.

Amenities and Unique Features

Perfectly suited to singles, couples and families, the striking Queen Anne-style Inn welcomes travelers who are curious about history and interested in having a truly New Orleans neighborhood experience.

Fluent in Spanish, Liz and Raul live onsite and are available to offer personal assistance to all of their guests, including those visiting the various Latin American Consulates in New Orleans.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
1 mile to French Quarter
SE HABLA ESPAÑOL & Close to Latin American Consulates
Free Wi-Fi

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