Located in the quiet, residential end of the French Quarter, this former row house (and macaroni factory) has clean, basic rooms and, usually, fair prices. The public spaces feel sorta like Daddy-cave additions to a suburban home: a small wood-paneled bar, a glassed-in, poolside cafe, and a dunking pool. It’s definitely dated but somehow oddly cozy and welcoming, especially to Beatles fans who can sleep where Sir Paul McCartney and family did while in town recording Venus and Mars.