The Andrew Jackson is believed to be haunted by the ghosts of 5 boys who perished here in 1778 in a fire, when a boys boarding school stood on the site. They have been heard playing in the courtyard in the middle of the night, as well as being seen sitting looking at a TV in one of the rooms.
Many guests have witnessed an apparition that seems to match the appearance of General Andrew Jackson himself.
Most reports tend to originate from the 2nd floor, with phenomena such as disembodied footsteps and doors opening and shutting by themselves. There have also been reports throughout the hotel, on the 1st floor as well as the courtyard cottages.
The Andrew Jackson Hotel is listed on the National Historic Places since 1965. It’s located on the site where the famous courthouse stood, a place where Major General Andrew Jackson was indicted for contempt of court and charged with obstruction of justice.
The Andrew Jackson Hotel is one of the finest examples of the French Quarter style on Royal Street. It’s located right on the doorstep of the shops, classic restaurants, and the world-renowned Bourbon Street. It’s one of only a small handful of hotels that reside in the Vieux Carre district, the city’s most historic area. Ideal for those of you that want to experience the best in elegance, charm, and history that New Orleans has to offer!
Andrew Jackson takes care of its guests with the utmost in customer service. Being a historic French Quarter hotel, Andrew Jackson’s guestrooms also boast a wrought-iron balcony, overlooking the famous streets of the French Quarter.
You get a free continental breakfast, as well as free high-speed Wi-Fi internet access.[
- Ideally located in the historic French Quarter
- Free high-speed wi-fi
- Air conditioning
- Private bathrooms
- Wrought-iron balconies outside guestrooms
- Free continental breakfast
- Parking (surcharge)
Things to Do
Being in the center of the French Quarter, you really have everything that New Orleans has to offer right on your doorstep. From the famous nightspots, cafes, and restaurants, to the famous antique shops on Royal Street.
Within walking distance, you have great shops, the finest museums, historical landmarks, the French Market, and river cruises on the Mississippi. The world-famous Bourbon Street is just one block away too!