Larry Watts, the owner of 1896 O’Malley House, was happy to be included in an article about reputation management on review site TripAdvisor. Having been interviewed back in April by Tripavisor about how to succesfully run an award-winning inn, Larry was the natural choice to speak to the importance of responding to reviews and taking Read More »
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Calling all fans of comics, movies/TV, toys, and much more; to 2012 Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con.  This amazing 3 day event kicks off on Friday, November 30 and wraps up on Sunday, December 2 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. You simply won’t want to miss the following highpoints that we are Read More »
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Believe it or not, we still have limited availability for Halloween. With all of the wonderfully wicked things doing on in the city during Halloween week, you will certainly find many terrifying activities in which to take part. After you are completely undone by the haunted goings-on, come tuck your covers up to your neck Read More »
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New Orleans is a foodie’s playground, offering so many delicious restaurants, so you might find it difficult to decide where to have dinner.  Let us suggest RUE 127 – New American Bistro.  This amazing little restaurant can be found in a renovated New Orleans style shotgun home right across the street from 1896 O’Malley House Read More »
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October is a special month in New Orleans, with its haunted history and intriguing characters.  The history of this city is so bizarre – we don’t have to make it up!  What better way to celebrate this month of spirits than to explore the spookier side of the Big Easy? Explore one of the chilling Read More »
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Culture, secrecy, education, entertainment, magic, mystery, folklore, history, and legacy – New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum has it all.  This is an attraction that you won’t want to miss when you stay at 1896 O’Malley House.  This unique and interesting little institution in the heart of the French Quarter will make your visit complete. At Read More »
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