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Well, it’s a Courtyard by Marriott so you know it’s going to be nice and it is. The location is the biggest plus to this hotel. You are about a block from Bourbon street yet the hotel is dead quiet. The sounds from Bourbon street...More
Best bartenders ever! Shane, Slay and Romell are awesome! We just stopped by to have one drink and they kept us entertained for hours. Love love love these guys!
Even if you’re not staying here - this is s the spot!
we were recently in town for a couple of fun nights and barely spent any time in the room but if we needed to ask anything of the front desk it was answered with a genuine smile. walking distance to everything. we made it to...More
The hotel is very nice and modern looking. The staff is extremely polite. The “Happy Hour” everyday from 3pm-7pm is a nice touch. It’s not a huge hotel and it doesn’t have a restaurant or room service so you will have to eat out at...More
This stay was the best I've had at a hotel from the very first day. People are great, accommodations are like home, and boy is the bar awesome! There were a couple nights where we preferred the in-house bar to Bourbon Street! Shane at the...More
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