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The Hotel is centrally located to alot of attractions. We didn't rent a car but were able to walk to Bourbon St, Canal St, Restaurants, Street Car etc. Hotel was clean and friendly staff. It was a little dated and pool was green.
i had them make a reservation for a dinner cruise. They didn't tell me that they would charge me $59 to make the reservation. I just noticed it on my credit card statement. It would have been nice if they had mentioned this because I...More
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We arrived here after our Carnival Dream Cruise...looks can be deceiving...we were greeted by Gail, the front desk clerk. She was very friendly and had our information and room ready for us. The room and hotel wasn't like a Marriott or Hilton, but it was...More
I booked this as an exchange of my timeshare via Interval International. I was attending jazz fest, so I prechecked in and left my luggage "checked" with the front desk person. When I came back later that evening, I received my key and asked for...More
The visit was arranged through my sisters timeshare. It was a 3 bedroom unit in what they called the annex. It was about 1/2 block down from the main facility. For me, the positives were: Within walking distance of the french quarter, riverwalk and trolley...More
Compared to the more evocative monikers of some other parts of New Orleans, the downtown’s humdrum title might suggest that this area is all about business and little else. But don’t let the bland name keep you away from the Central Business District. The CBD offers a wide range of fun things to do that would be touted as exceptional in less jubilant corners of the world. Bordered by the French Quarter, the Arts
District and Tremé, with the river at its eastern extreme, this hub for sports, gaming, shopping, theatre, family-friendly activities, and amazing regional cuisine makes a smart base wherever your interests lie.
Response from 597sherrys | Reviewed this property |
There was not a safe in our room. Ours was a one bedroom. The kitchen and sitting area were in one space and bed in another . I did not see any studios. Get the one bedroom if possible. Overall the best thing is location... More
There was not a safe in our room. Ours was a one bedroom. The kitchen and sitting area were in one space and bed in another . I did not see any studios. Get the one bedroom if possible. Overall the best thing is location. Otherwise not much good about it. They advertise a pool but it is a dirty small puddle no sane person would put their toe in. the elevator broke down and we were on the fourth floor.
Response from curly-qs-mom | Reviewed this property |
No insects - it was very clean.
As far as floors, there is an elevator. It's a little slow but it works. With all of the brick, it was pretty quiet as far as rooms around and over us. The only small noise problem was... More
No insects - it was very clean.
As far as floors, there is an elevator. It's a little slow but it works. With all of the brick, it was pretty quiet as far as rooms around and over us. The only small noise problem was that some people in the courtyard were listening to music a little late, but they stopped once asked.