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We stayed here during Mardi Gras because we were lucky enough to snag a suite with status. Otherwise we would most likely have gone back to the Ritz or The J.W. The suite was spacious and quiet. It does have two full bathrooms, one in...More
Response from TeamMarriott, General Manager at Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area HotelResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for the honest review and for choosing our hotel. We understand your comments regarding our decor and they will be used to plan for future updates and for freshening up our facilities. We appreciate the feedback, that helps us moving forward....More
We lucked out and had a upper level corner room, so we had a great view. The best thing about the hotel is its location and its friendly staff. Room was OK and the property maybe a little worn, but overall a great place to...More
There is nothing particularly great or horrible with the Renaissance Pere Marquette. I stayed here for the first time in over ten years and honestly nothing has changed.
The location is good if you want to be in the central business district as it is...More
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Response from TeamMarriott, General Manager at Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area HotelResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for leaving us a review of your stay. We apologize that your visit with us was just average and your accommodations did not meet your expectations. Being situated in the French Quarter, many of our guests enjoy our historic architecture being...More
Stayed here for 6 nights in February. The location is great...we walked to most places (WWII Museum, Bourbon St, French Quarter, etc). We did have a car, and ended up parking a couple blocks up the street (half the cost). People here are very nice....More
Very modern hotel. Odd lobby layout. Small check in desk on the right and MiLa and concierge on the left. Elevator bank straight ahead. Around Corner of check in desk the lobby opens up with lots of seating space, lobby bar and sundry shop.
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Response from Marlyn Smrekar O | Reviewed this property |
I don't believe the hotel is on the parade route. We chose the hotel because we didn't want to be in main area of Bourbon Street only within walking distance and we weren't disappointed, it definitely met our needs.