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My husband and I had a great time and enjoyed staying at the Plaza Suite Hotel Resort. It is within walking distance of the Convention Center. I was attending a Mary Kay Conference in New Orleans for 4 days and it was great that I...More
This resort is great. It is located just a few blocks from the French Quarter in the warehouse district. There are many fun bars and restaurants just steps away from the resort. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. The rooms are very nice and...More
excellent place to stay, roomy, nice, easy to talk to the French Quarter, fine restaurants and local ones easy to get to from here. Warehouse District is looking up. Found Emerils and El Gato Negro plan to stay again next year.
We stayed three nights and four days. We found the staff friendly and helpful. Our room, 311, had a window and a loft up a circular staircase (that would have been difficult to negotiate with a large suitcase). The room was clean and well-maintained and...More
Hotel has gone down a great deal over the past few years. Used to stay here a lot but the quality has gone down while the price has gone up. Rooms are dated and plumbing
was an issue. Interior rooms have no natural light and...More
US$156 - US$363 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Phillip092674 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure about square footage but the unit was a decent size. It did have a pull out sofa which we did not use since it was just me and my wife. Hope this helps. We enjoyed our stay and would go back again.