Blue60 Guest House

In the heart of the Faubourg Marigny

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Welcome To The Blue60 Guest House

The Blue60 Guest House is in the beautiful Faubourg Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans. The Marigny offers a large variety of restaurants, small corner cafes with outdoor tables, live music venues, bars, and a world of charm that many tourists rarely get to experience. We are located a few short blocks from the famous French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Frenchman Street, and half a block from the new North Rampart Streetcar stop.

The house was built in 1842 and is rich with character. Experience living like a local in one of our three large guest suites, our full apartment, or live simply and stay in our smaller studio. Each guest room has a private outdoor entrance, a private bathroom with full amenities, 48″ HD TV with cable, mini fridge, microwave, CBTL coffee maker with complimentary coffee pods, in room safes, and free WiFi throughout the property. Relax in our hot tub or one of our several outdoor patios. 

If you are visiting to celebrate Jazz Fest, Mardi Gras, Southern Decadence, or one of the cities frequent events, the Blue60 Guest House provides a peaceful respite, yet is walking distance to most of the major attractions that give New Orleans such a unique flair for life!

We welcome you to step into our world.  

New Streetcar Line

Stops half a block from the guesthouse on St Claude and Elysian fields.

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02/20 20%
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02/21 60%
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02/22 10%
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02/23 70%
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02/24 30%
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02/25 50%
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02/26 80%

  • Everything You Need

    Refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee-maker. cable TV, and clock radio.

  • Stay Comfortable

    Blow-dryer, iron, ironing board, plentiful towels, and toiletries.

  • Private Entrance

    Private entrance to the outside.

  • Jacuzzi

    Easy access to the hot-tub

Professional Innkeepers Association of New Orleans