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All reviewsruby slipperhigh ceilingsgreat locationfront deskfour poster bedsfrench quartervalet parkinginterior roomcanal streetolder hotelwould stay here againwithin walking distanceshort walkbeautiful roomold world charmwalked everywhererooms are small
I stayed with two other friends in a room on the 3rd floor, while another two friends were in a room on the ground floor. We were there for a total of 10 days & loved every moment.
My friends on the ground floor didn't...More
This old building has a lot of charm but the front desk staff could have been more helpful. They did not seem to have much information about the area restaurants and sites. Also, the air conditioning was on in December so they provided a space...More
I really have mixed emotions about this hotel. It was my first time visiting New Orleans, so I was really excited about just being in this wonderful city. However, I wasn't that blinded by excitement to recognize that my place of lodging wasn't quite up...More
I recently stayed here with some friends to celebrate my birthday for the weekend of November 18th-20th 2011.We got a good price considering the fact that most of the hotels in this area were much more expensive. The location of this hotel was perfect. It...More
The hotel was overall great, very clean and welcome. The one thing me and my wife felt uneasy about was the entrance to the hotel is off of a side street that was very dark. Walking back to the hotel at night from the quarter...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.
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Personally, I would take a taxi. While the streetcar would be less expensive, I'm not sure it drops within a block of the train station. Plus lifting your luggage up (depending on how much you have) might be a chore. A taxi... More
Personally, I would take a taxi. While the streetcar would be less expensive, I'm not sure it drops within a block of the train station. Plus lifting your luggage up (depending on how much you have) might be a chore. A taxi would be worth a couple bucks more.