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Nice room and even better location. In walking distance to the casino and Bourbon st. Parking could be a challenge but still worth the price. World War II museum is also fairly close. The front desk staff went above and beyond as well
me and my wife visited new orleans again in june 2015 and stayed at the plaza suites room 317 i really enjoyed this hotel and room we had an balcony on the front porch with a jacuzzi it was really an awesome room its an...More
Will get into reason for rating later. This resort has to be in the most perfect location in NOLA. It is a 5-10 minute walk to EVERYTHING, French Quarter, Riverwalk, WW II Museum only topped by Smithsonian (a must see), many restaurants and 2 blocks...More
I have stayed at the Plaza Suite twice, once in 2012 and again this past April. The pros about this place is its unique character, beautiful 2nd floor atrium, and fun vintage firehouse details like the wooden beams on the ceiling. The location isn't terrible,...More
Good: great location, close to French quarter, convention center and river walk. Kitchen and bathroom were very clean.
Bad: room was very dark and dated. No parking unless you make arrangements with the staff. However if you need to leave early hope they are there...More
US$176 - US$369 (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.
I have to say parking is at a premium. If you stay at the Plaza Suite and use their parking (in an alley next to the hotel), you can't move the car for the duration of your stay. There is a parking garage nearby (so I was... More
I have to say parking is at a premium. If you stay at the Plaza Suite and use their parking (in an alley next to the hotel), you can't move the car for the duration of your stay. There is a parking garage nearby (so I was told) but I don't know the rates. If you park on the rooftop of Harrah's (about 2 blocks away) there's a daily charge unless you visit the casino each day (easy for some of us). The parking is $15/day at the Plaza and I think it's around $35/day at the parking garage and Harrah's (again, Harrah's is free when you visit the casino daily) but I wouldn't swear to it. To be honest, if you're a walker, the French Quarter is nearby (although the Quarter covers a lot of ground) and cabs are not that pricey from the Plaza (about $8 for the three of us to Jackson Square or the Market) We rented a golf cart (for up to 6 persons is available) for $99 for 4 hours and drove up and down every street in the Quarter in that time. They're easier to park if you want to stop for lunch (parking for a fee, except on Sundays). The Plaza will tell you about available nearby parking.