The Columns Hotel

The Columns Hotel

The Columns Hotel locationNew Orleans, LA

Full service hotel (with up to 20 guest rooms available for room blocks & including a complimentary, fully plated, served, hot breakfast); public restaurant & bar lounge (hotel guests with capability to charge to rooms, as well as mingle with real regular locals, & listen to variety of musical entertainment); and on site, in house caterer that helps with all requests to use small rooms hosting 16-30 guests, medium rooms 20-45 guests (weather permits an outdoor area for another 20-30 guests), large rooms 50-95 guests, a combination of 2-3 rooms for 100-200 guests, and entire first floor (rooms, restaurant, lounge, & outdoors) as a venue for 200+ guests. Catering all inclusive of staff, china, linen, glassware, silverware, and a planner who can provide or recommend certain decor items, assist with rooms setups & sequence of service, as well as be there day of to execute previous plans or script day of changes.

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Review of The Columns Hotel by Tony Magee
2 weeks ago

The bar sets a pleasant, cozy ambiance to get a couple of drinks. Cocktails there are great. Even when the bar has a big crowd, there are a few nooks that you can share with a date or a small group. The atmosphere compels me to dress up a bit, but you don't need to get too fancy.

Tony Magee
Review of The Columns Hotel by chase greene
2 months ago

Old school feel rooms. Elevator small but staircase is decorated. Good bar who doesn't skimp on the alcohol. Would stay at again.

chase greene
Review of The Columns Hotel by Greig Roselli
2 weeks ago

I've never stayed at this hotel on St. Charles Avenue - but I wanna - nonetheless, it's a fun place to grab a drink and share a snack with friends - choose to sit on the outside patio or inside in one of the several old-style New Orleans rooms that are set up with first-come-first-served waiter service. I like the book-filled study next to the hotel reception desk. Check out the double staircase and the murals. You can actually spend hours examining the decor, maps, and tchotkes in this place. Then grab a drink and laissez les bon temps rouler.

Greig Roselli
Review of The Columns Hotel by Devon Davis
4 months ago

Historic and beautiful, I have not slept here but if you have been to New Orleans or even if you have not bring earplugs as these older beauties have creaks and noise. The hotel was a home and is now a grand in with amazing wood work, rooms all of different styles and a stunning front porch. Come take a tour and enjoy the gracious front desk attendants.( Sorry for fuzzy photo.)

Devon Davis
Review of The Columns Hotel by Bette Sharper
5 months ago

The decor is very lovely.It would be a elegant venue for a small to medium sized wedding reception. I found the staff to be very attentive and polite.
I recently attended a repast there for a long time employee, that was given by the owners. That show's a good regard for there team. That impressed
me with there level of care for there employee's and there guests.

Bette Sharper
Review of The Columns Hotel by Chris Smith
6 months ago

Nice old place. The bar makes excellent drinks and their breakfast is delicious. I wasn't that impressed with the rooms but than again I don't care about antiques. Other people love them. Still a cool place to visit. I'd avoid their elevator if you're claustrophobic because it's very small and people have been known to get stuck in it very scary.

Chris Smith
Review of The Columns Hotel by Jacki Budde
2 months ago

Really nice atmosphere with friendly waitresses and excellent food. The old fashions were outstanding.

Jacki Budde
Review of The Columns Hotel by Tiffany Wong
2 months ago

nice hotel. looks pretty with the huge columns. they have space for private events.

Tiffany Wong
Review of The Columns Hotel by Vickie Deihl
3 months ago

Great staff and cocktails but the place needs some tlc. A deep cleaning would go a long way. Overall very charming.

Vickie Deihl
Review of The Columns Hotel by Mama & Shortcast
7 months ago

The Columns was a fun place to stay. Lots of local flavor here. We were told that it was originally built as a private residence in the late 1800’s and it has all the charm and issues that you should expect from a structure that old. That’s not meant in a bad way at all, it’s just that you are most definitely taking a step back in time when you cross the threshold. Embrace it, you won’t be disappointed.

Mama & Shortcast
Review of The Columns Hotel by Thomas Bretin
3 months ago

On a toujours l'impression d'arriver dans quelque chose de très classe mais non. L'endroit est convivial en terrasse, intime en intérieur.
La déco est très sympa.

Thomas Bretin
Review of The Columns Hotel by Evan Good
4 months ago

Went in for drinks with friends. Great ambiance and architecture, and friendly staff. Would have preferred a good cider or Mead to be on the menu, since they had a such a large selection.

Evan Good
Review of The Columns Hotel by Linda Wolfe
4 months ago

The drinks were good. Bartender was able to make a whiskey sour with egg white, which is tastier than the regular kind.

Linda Wolfe
Review of The Columns Hotel by Kimberly Silk
5 months ago

A gorgeous mansion in the Garden District, now a boutique hotel. Enjoy cocktails and tasty snacks on the front porch or in the shady side garden.

Kimberly Silk
Review of The Columns Hotel by Kyle Risser
5 months ago

Great staff, reasonable drink prices. Hannah was super friendly, will be visiting again.

Kyle Risser
Review of The Columns Hotel by Yotam andAnna
5 months ago

Very charming! Come here on a late afternoon for a cocktail. Both indoors and on the porch can be lovely.

Yotam andAnna
Review of The Columns Hotel by PJ LaRive Chief Engineering Nexus
6 months ago

The Ambiance was beautiful the drinks were great however the food was cold and subpar. I waitress was very inexperienced and when someone at our tabled asked a question she said i dont know google it......for such a luxurious place you would think their chef would take care and prep for presentation even though its Bistro Style Dining We will definitely try it again. At this point they're definitely not on my top list to put on the radio show but will try again maybe they were having an off night.

PJ LaRive Chief Engineering Nexus
Review of The Columns Hotel by Billy Priest
5 months ago

Beautiful old hotel with some interesting history associated. Had drinks in the first floor bar: lovely!

Billy Priest
Review of The Columns Hotel by Benjamin Leff
6 months ago

Always a great location, relaxing most of the year but packs a crowd during the holidays. It is truly a great time, spacious and excellent bar.

Benjamin Leff
Review of The Columns Hotel by Max Clemons
6 months ago

Very cool historic bar and hotel, but the drinks are just ok and the service wasn't that great. Definitely a must see location for anyone visiting New Orleans though

Max Clemons
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The Columns Hotel Location

3811 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70115, USA

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The Columns Hotel Q&A

How do you go about creating the perfect menu for your clients?

Ask if they are focused on a style of service or budget. By focus on style, we can offer a seated meal (fully served, buffet, or a combination of the 2) or casual/reception (light or heavy/stationary hors d' oeuvres or combination of both). At that point, bring forth a menu that has their needs in mind & show how if not exactly what they request, explain how we develop it into what they are asking.
If tackling a budget, ask what they envision spending completely (with or without range), if they have done in past what they had, and prioritize purposes (food & enough for a possible meal or before a meal or after a meal; beverages & if open unlimited is okay or is it business oriented and wish to keep everyone sharp by limiting quantity or types). At that point bring forth an estimate & menu format, showcasing a range of options from high to low, length of time, amount of space, and staffing levels.
After all that, let them know if there is any food or beverage item they are fond of that they do not see to let us know what it is to see if we can make it or propose something similar. Remind them that if it is a dietary or religious condition to have an item(s) we can start with whats on list or look beyond.

What do you love most about your job?

The direct access to everything: clients & staff (owners, co-workers); decision making based upon hopefully asking the questions needed with preparing an alternative; the history & knowledge of experience that serves to put on a grand show for even the smallest of occasions; and that quite a bit of the business is repeat or based on referral.

Why should our clients choose you?

We hope that any client chooses us for the direct access to planning their event, willingness to select from options proposed based off our experience & history, and that their is a comfort level that many of them feel to seek us out for all occasions & refer us to anyone they know would appreciate the same level of service.

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