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Are You a B&B First Timer? Discover our Bed and Breakfast

The Better Way To Stay, a website that helps travelers discover today’s inns and the B&B experience, has a new article, “To B or not to B&B” with helpful tips to help you decide when a Bed and Breakfast is the right choice for you! Reasons to stay at a[…]

War of 1812 – 200 Years Later

Historians, war buffs, and boat and airplane enthusiasts will have a great reason to come to New Orleans next month for Navy Week NOLA. Navy Week NOLA (April 17-23) is the kick off to three years of international events that commemorate the bicentennial of the War of 1812. They will[…]

Tennessee Williams Comes to Town

The annual Tennessee Williams Festival is slated for March 21 – 25 in New Orleans.     The five-day fête honors the legendary Tennessee Williams, his works, and literary life in the adopted city he called his “spiritual home” and features two days of master classes; a roster of lively discussions[…]

Daytrip: Paddle Bayou Lafourche

  The 11th annual canoe and camping trip is sponsored by the Barataria-Terrebone National Estuary Program. The start and finish of this historic waterway tour is only an hour and a half drive from New Orleans and the Grand Victorian Bed and Breakfast. Read more about it on our state[…]

Christmas New Orleans Style Concerts

Free holiday concerts are featured throughout December! You can find more information in the Christmas New Orleans Style guide St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square – the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the United States – presents holiday concerts at 6pm on the following days with some[…]

New Orleans Welcomes 3 Major Football Events!

Get your tickets now or just come down for the party.  Stay at the Grand Victorian Bed and Breakfast.  We are less than a mile from the Superdome and the French Quarter by streetcar or by cab. We are just far enough away from the crowds if you want to[…]

Revive a Tradition with Reveillon Dinners in New Orleans

  “Reveillon” the French word for “awakening” was a meal served after midnight mass on Christmas Eve. Now, reveillon dinners in New Orleans restaurants offer an opportunity for you to eat at some of the city’s finest restaurant at prices that make tasting four or more courses affordable.  Christmas New[…]

Celebrating B&Bs for Vets 2011

During the second annual B&Bs for Vets program, Inns and B&Bs throughout North America opened their doors to active and retired military and vets by offering a free room to those who’ve served in the military on November 10.     We welcomed Brandon and Gina from Louisiana (shown here[…]

Trusting Trip Advisor for your Travel Destination

  Well, if you haven’t checked off New Orleans as a vacation destination, it’s time you prioritize it to the top of your list! You may think we, at the Grand Victorian, are biased, but the number one forum site for travelers,, agrees. Topping New York City (ranked #6)[…]

Goop Goes New Orleans!

In Gwenyth Paltrow’s blogosphere of suggestions on places to go, things to see, and things to enhance your life, she shares her guest editor’s favorite places to go while he’s in the Big Easy. Michael Stipe, the frontman of the band R.E.M., exposes some of New Orleans treasured hotspots. That[…]

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