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You can't beat the location of this Courtyard; a streetcar line at the front door and easy walking to all things French Quarter. In addition to the clean rooms and comfortable beds, the staff is phenomenal- everyone we had contact with was helpful and friendly....More
Really good hotel, clean, modern and comfortable. Very convenient for bourbon street and shops. One thing to look out for though is the valet charge at $38, they drive it 3 blocks down where the cost is $20 a day, thought that was a bit...More
I truly enjoyed my stay. The rooms are clean and nicely designed. Quiet. The hotel has a beautiful pool and spa. The gym is nice and clean. The morning staff at the Bistro (Lisa, kaquel, Rosa, and Shaniquel) were so friendly and greeted each person...More
After leaving rude staff at our New York hotel it was lovely to be greeted by such warm, friendly people at this New Orleans hotel. On arrival we were put into a first floor room, which was not suitable at all. You could hear people...More
Won't be going back to this location our first room had an unpleasant smell in it which they blamed the humidity on the management was nice and moved us to another room. Once checked in we attempted to get drinks from their bar , the...More
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Response from CY-Downtown New... F, Manager at Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French QuarterResponded 1 October 2016
Thank you for taking the time to complete a Review in regards to your recent stay at our hotel.
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