Hotels Near Stallings Playground In New Orleans

4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.07km from Stallings Playground
We really enjoyed our stay here! The staff are all so friendly and fun. We loved the historic charm of the house. The well-stocked kitchen is a great amenity. The backyard is just awesome - small but super charming. We visited in winter and definitely enjoyed the hot tub. They host a group activity every night, and we really enjoyed the chance to hang out and meet fellow tavelers. We stayed in the backyard private room. The room itself was nice - it had everything we needed, and the bed was very comfortable. Only downside is that it is a creaky old house, so we did hear footsteps overhead a fair amount in the morning. People definitely respected the quiet hours so it wasn't a huge issue but it disrupt our sleep a little. Still, I absolutely would recommend Madame Isabelle's. It's a really fun place, and it's awesome that it's on a nice quiet street but such a short walk from so many awesome places on Frenchman Street and in the French Quarter!
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4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
2.1km from Stallings Playground
We stayed at the Canal Street Inn for two nights prior to leaving NOLA for a cruise. The property is absolutely beautiful both inside and out with a gorgeous outdoor seating area on the side of the Inn as well as on the front porch. The staff was fabulous to work with and we really enjoyed speaking with them over our breakfasts, which, by the way, were delicious. Our room was more than adequate and very comfortable. There are sidewalks all around and we were able to go for a run to City Park which was actually closer than we anticipated. There is a streetcar stop right in front of the property which makes travel to the French Quarter very easy. The only problem is that the Canal Street line is currently interrupted by a road closure due to the remnants of the Hard Rock Hotel construction issues. That is certainly no fault of the Canal Street Inn and was completely able to be worked around. It was so nice to stay in a quiet little spot away from the insanity of the quarter while still easily accessible when we were in the mood for that insanity! We would without question stay here again.
FromUS$171
1.2/511 Reviews
2.2km from Stallings Playground
I love Best Western FQ I stay in New Orleans quite often. Even though I have a home, I LIKE TO PLAY THE ROLE of a LOCAL TOURIST!! And when I do, this is my fun hotel. It is conveniently located to everything. Uber is very reasonable, but the best way to get around is to walk. It is directly across from Louis Armstrong Park, walking distance to French Quarters, Canal Street and more. Tons of great restaurants. Oh and three blocks from a police station. Ain’t nobody doing nothing bad in that area. SAFE! If you wanna stay in, the pool is small but comfy. Breakfast is full service and The French Quarter Store has great reasonably priced food. Ty is a great tool to use to find great spots and welcomes every guest with a smile. Everybody loves Tyronne, locals and hotel guest. There is a great bar in Best western that is always full of the nicest people and Ty makes great drinks while he answers all questions about the city. Best Western practice COV-Id safety. So much that the bar closed. Must wear a mask and it is sanitized and 6 foot rule applied In closing, the price to stay is usually very reasonable and the rooms are clean and rated average with courtyard views
FromUS$126
2.2/511 Reviews
2.3km from Stallings Playground
The hotel was by far the most scenic place we could have stayed. The authentic original iron work to the brick buildings we stayed in. The court yard travels you back in time. The location of the hotel is right in the middle of the French quarter and the market across the street had some amazing and well priced food. Blacksmith bar was walking distance from the hotel as well as many other sights and restaurants. Kenneth was absolutely amazing! From the moment we walked in he showed us some of the best hospitality that I’ve ever experienced. He even acted as a concierge and made us a dinner reservation as we were casually asking about commanders palace. He gave us all the tips for good local food and overall the hotel was clean, quiet, and very relaxing. The only down side was the bed was a little uncomfortable and the room a little dated but that is to be expected considering it’s a building that was built in 1700s. If it was all modern inside it wouldn’t have had the same feel. I was hoping for a little spooky stuff which was mild but this will not be our last stay here. We will definitely be coming back and with more people once the world is back to normal. Thank you everyone for your hospitality and you truly made our trip fantastic.
FromUS$93
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
2.36km from Stallings Playground
We were in NOLA for a birthday party last week and stayed at the super convenient Inn on St. Anne. It was close walking distance to many of our favorite spots like the Clover Grill. There are two building at the Inn. The main one is where you check-in and across the street and down about 30 feet is the second house. The second house is the old Marie Laveau property. It is reported to be haunted. I didn't have any experiences. We stayed in room 50. Most of the rooms open onto a lovely little courtyard. We used this area as a catching up spot, and a waiting for the last person to be ready spot. The rooms are quaint and still very original. We had a fun sloping wood floor and an armoire for a closet. No other storage except a small nightstand drawer. But we were only there two nights. The one big adjustment was the bathroom. It is tiny. And definitely not conducive to two people at the same time! The hot water had to run in the tub and the sink together, for a solid five minutes, to produce any hot water, and the shower pressure was low and couldn't be run with the sink at the same time. But it is a classic and historic building, so that's what you should expect. The bed was super comfy and snuggly. We did run the window AC unit for the white noise the first night to drown out any noises from the courtyard and the second night because of the need for cool air. The noises are mostly people making their way back to their rooms and were usually quiet by midnight or so. It was not an issue for us. There are nice cold bottles of water you can grab for $1 by the front desk. They were very welcome each night we returned. The lady at the check-in was super casual. Two of our rooms weren't ready yet due to our early arrival and she said she'd let us know when they were ready. When we asked her how, and did she need a cell number, she said "nah, I'll send a smoke signal, you'll figure it out". She did eventually take a cell and called us to let us know they were ready when we were. It is a cute and quaint hotel with lots of history and charm. The location and price make if a great value.
FromUS$99
4.5/5Excellent14 Reviews
2.4km from Stallings Playground
The hotel is a half hour drive from the airport and 20 minutes walk from the lively French Quarter. The twin rooms have two Queen size beds with children. The hotel is located on a relatively quiet and safe canal street, which is good value for money.
FromUS$99
4.4/5Excellent12 Reviews
2.4km from Stallings Playground
The receptionist was really nice, gave me restuarant info, I think all around the rooms were too exspensive for location. Your on canal street, but about 6 long blocks from French quarter , an if I would’ve totally seen that when booking, I definetly wouldn’t have stayed, also there’s no breakfast because of covid, so I need to get my cash back extra I paid for that
FromUS$97
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
2.42km from Stallings Playground
We stayed here for two weeks and found the location to be ideal for exploring NOLA. The staff were super friendly and helpful. I think we had the smallest room, but we managed to make it work and was comfortable most of the time. If you are a light sleeper we would recommend asking for a room around the courtyard side as it can be a little noisy at times round the front. Everything was basic in the room, but we don’t mind that as we were out exploring most of the time. Some people Have stayed that the location is a little shady to walk to in the evening, but we found this not to be the case (especially since we are from the UK and was our first visit to the US).
FromUS$109
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.51km from Stallings Playground
We have been to New Orleans a number of times and all but one time, we have stayed at the Frenchmen Hotel to be close to the music that has made Frenchmen Street so popular. Up until now, the Royal Frenchmen Hotel and Bar had not yet opened, so this was our chance. The Royal Frenchmen is on the other end of Frenchmen Street and is a bit more upscale in amenities. They have room safes and morning breakfast. They have coffee makers and refrigerators in the rooms. They have live music in the bar AND courtyard (sometimes at the same time). The most notable thing however is the staff. Every one of them would bend over backwards for you and treated you more like a local than a tourist. We didn't want to leave. The music on Frenchmen street starts at the hotel itself so essentially the hotel is ground zero for hitting the clubs. The location could not be better. It is also only three blocks from the French Market Streetcar station. The only downside for us was the housekeeping staff didn't restocked the coffee each day. No worries though. The people at the desk have the pods at the ready! Also, if you are not an early riser and have a street facing view, be prepared to be wakened by trains running along the river. Oh the sounds of New Orleans! Oh, and one more thing. If you use the Airport shuttle, they don't include this hotel on their list yet. They do however stop at the Frenchmen Hotel two blocks away and the driver will most likely drop you off at the Royal Frenchmen. On pickup however, you will have to walk the two blocks to the Frenchmen to be picked up. So allow time for that. Again. Thank you Billy, Liz, Maggie, Ben and all the rest of this great staff!!! Be seeing ya again for sure!!!
FromUS$179
4.9/5Perfect28 Reviews
2.52km from Stallings Playground
Check in at 4 pm, early check-in for 25 dollars, Ctrip's so-called garden view room has only a small window, the window is a wall, the room is very dark, change the room for 25 dollars, parking 38 dollars, plus breakfast, a total of 220 dollars a night . Bourbon Street has all gone back and forth 3 kilometers. Breakfast is typical of American style, egg sausages. No extra bed, sofa bed and extra bedding.
FromUS$110
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
2.53km from Stallings Playground
This hotel is great in all aspects. Beautiful historical building that has been very well maintained with an out door pool and courtyard that I really enjoyed having some afternoon down time by. Rooms were clean and cozy with ample space, quiet too. The location is unbeatable. But what topped off the stay was the service. I stayed right after the hurricane when many parts of the city were having power issues and phone line issues. Adam at the front desk was very thorough with helping me with anything I needed. I would highly recommend this hotel. And I will stay here again if I find myself in New Orleans again,
FromUS$95
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
2.53km from Stallings Playground
This hotel was fantastic. It’s located right next to a streetcar station. Our room had a mini-kitchen with cutlery and dishes, a washing machine and a dryer. The staff at the reception were friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our stay so much.
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Hotels Near Stallings Playground In New Orleans Review

4/510 Reviews
We stayed here with our kids (ages 13 and 9) the weekend before Mardi Gras. It was quiet and cozy, perfectly situated in the French Quarter so we were able to walk everywhere we wanted. The beds were very comfortable, I slept with my daughter and could not even tell she was in there with me! The breakfast was superb - hot chicory coffee (or decaf, tea, or hot chocolate), and warm croissants with butter and strawberry preserves. The staff went above and beyond to make us feel welcome (William in particular was such a treat!). We stayed in room 110, it's separate from the main building and felt as though we had a private bungalow. It is an old, old property, and therefore will never be sparkling clean. However, our only concern was the amount of dust and dirt on the floors. We had to wear socks until we were ready to go to sleep, then we'd take them off and immediately get into bed.
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FromUS$97
4.5/55 Reviews
We stayed here for two weeks and found the location to be ideal for exploring NOLA. The staff were super friendly and helpful. I think we had the smallest room, but we managed to make it work and was comfortable most of the time. If you are a light sleeper we would recommend asking for a room around the courtyard side as it can be a little noisy at times round the front. Everything was basic in the room, but we don’t mind that as we were out exploring most of the time. Some people Have stayed that the location is a little shady to walk to in the evening, but we found this not to be the case (especially since we are from the UK and was our first visit to the US).
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FromUS$109
5/511 Reviews
Perfect!
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FromUS$169
4.5/510 Reviews
Hi , visitors hello and welcome to Bahrain ; This was a boutique hotel , at the heart of the capital of Kingdom of bahrain 🇧🇭 ( Al Manama ) The hotel is close to everything you will possibly need , we had a pleasant stay , the stuff was friendly, polite and most important quite , we felt like home in a different place , it was a super nice getaway from all the stress covid 19 gave us they made us feel welcomed and relaxed , stuff was wearing there unique floral masks that was so welcoming , every thing was well cleaned and sanitized .. breakfast was good the mushroom 🍄 egg omelet was excellent, Pool was under construction 🚧, but the very good news , we got a free access tickets to ( solymar beach ) In amwaj island Thats almost 25 minutes away from the hotel , they gave us free ride drop off and pickups at the timing we gave , they also offered us to choose to be in a maserati or rengerover , we picked maseratii and that was an experience a VVIP ride , thanx to you mercantile team for that unforgettable experience. Our car was parked at there privet parking , they did not charge us on that , the offer we got for the room was good offer for all the service they gave us honestly, but we did not get the priority to stay at the restaurant 🙄😂 bcz we booked at a short notice , and there was a big group that booked before us , witch was fare enough , I did not like though when i had to pay 6 bd for a coca cola , that is 300 fils from the market, thats not triple the price thats x triples , 🙃 but then again thats our mistake, who does THAT !! 😅 either you take what you need from the mini bar and replace them b4 checking out hahaha or never touch that mini bar ever @ a five star hotel or else you need to pay it off like a rockstar;) anyway that was marvelous, and this little hotel gives you , your space , and its full of art and picture in every corner you turn your head too witch gives an amazing vibes... enjoy your stay and i hope this helped 🤗💜
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FromUS$111
4.5/510 Reviews
My husband and I recently stayed a night here just to get away to N. O. My main priorities when choosing a hotel are cleanliness, location and value. Hotel le Marais met all of my expectations and went way beyond. The location was perfect, an easy walk to Jackson Square. I am very picky about cleanliness in a hotel and this one exceeded even my picky expectations. The bed was comfortable and the linens and towels very nice. The staff was great, from Pierre at the front desk, to the bartender, maids and breakfast hostesses. The full breakfast was good and it was free. I feel that we got great value for our money. This hotel is cheaper than a lot of hotels I've stayed at in N. O. and was as nice as any and better than most. i will be back for another stay very soon.
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FromUS$149
4.7/510 Reviews
We stayed at the Canal Street Inn for two nights prior to leaving NOLA for a cruise. The property is absolutely beautiful both inside and out with a gorgeous outdoor seating area on the side of the Inn as well as on the front porch. The staff was fabulous to work with and we really enjoyed speaking with them over our breakfasts, which, by the way, were delicious. Our room was more than adequate and very comfortable. There are sidewalks all around and we were able to go for a run to City Park which was actually closer than we anticipated. There is a streetcar stop right in front of the property which makes travel to the French Quarter very easy. The only problem is that the Canal Street line is currently interrupted by a road closure due to the remnants of the Hard Rock Hotel construction issues. That is certainly no fault of the Canal Street Inn and was completely able to be worked around. It was so nice to stay in a quiet little spot away from the insanity of the quarter while still easily accessible when we were in the mood for that insanity! We would without question stay here again.
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FromUS$171
4.4/526 Reviews
The location is good, I personally prefer it, because I feel that the Bourbon Street is too noisy, but here it is quiet. Cost-effective, clean and new facilities in the house, there is a big supermarket nearby on foot. It's a dozen or twenty minutes walk from Bourbon Street.
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FromUS$105
3.5/510 Reviews
One of the few places with free parking left in New Orleans Brett was amazing super helpful with things to do, and how to get around. This man made our trip great and this Mansion left us impressed with the inside of the architecture you’re surrounded by in New Orleans. Convenient location Safe Neighborhood and there was a movie filming during our visit in the hotel which we got to see behind the scenes. Very great experience would recommend this place over and over.
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FromUS$99
4.5/510 Reviews
This was a great boutique hotel off the beaten path. Do not expect high end hotel with all of the amenities...no coffee maker in the room, no refrigerator, etc. but the hotel makes up for it with charm. Our biggest (and possibly only) complaint is that the door did not have a deadbolt (room 15). The lock was your basic interior door lock like at home. Although we felt fairly safe, a deadbolt or chain lock is pretty standard, particularly when we stayed during Mardi Gras. The floors in the room are painted concrete. The internet was spotty and slow. The shower has wooden grated floor which was interesting and unique, but kind of awkward and a little uncomfortable. The rain shower had no pressure and was finicky on temperature. We didn't use the rooftop bar or the hotel bar, but the spaces were neat. I worried about the noise from the rooftop bar, but it was fairly quiet. If you are looking for an interesting room, this is it!
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FromUS$89
5/511 Reviews
very very good
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FromUS$100
4.5/55 Reviews
Cannot recommend this hotel/experience highly enough. Even before we saw the beautiful property (or properties -- there are four unique buildings here), we were impressed by the individual attention: recommendations about where to eat, cool things happening in the neighborhood, etc. Our week-long stay was one of the best all-around experiences we've had in a U.S. city. The rooms are beautifully/thoughtfully designed, the historic spaces of this former school/church/convent wonderfully showcased, and the staff incredibly friendly/knowledgeable/helpful (they even offered to ship something we couldn't bring back on the plane). It helps, too, that the location is PERFECT. Marigny is a lovely/funky neighborhood with great restaurants, one of the best music scenes in town (Frenchman Street), and it's an easy/quick walk to the French Quarter. Free bikes from the hotel make for fun rides to the Garden District, City Park, Bywater, or Crescent Park. Even just hanging out at the hotel was great -- terrific bar/restaurant and homemade ice cream, to boot. We were ready to take up permanent residence.
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FromUS$125
4/510 Reviews
A perfect place to stay, especially if visiting the convention center or waiting to go on a cruise. Not far from the ****** but a bit of a walk for going to the French Quarter. Rooms were clean and in good shape. The included breakfast was better than most. The kitchen staff always included something a little more creole/cajun to the menu that set it apart from the usual scrambled eggs. The only issue is parking. There aren't many options for self parking. You have to use the valet service which works fairly well but is an added cost.
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FromUS$127
3.5/55 Reviews
I had to stay at this hotel because my husband has cancer and was having a stem cell transplant. This hotel was very close to the hospital. I stayed at this hotel for a month, the hotel is very clean and the room I occupied was nice. I gave a 3 star rating because it has a balcony we can utilize but they close it down at 10pm for me this was not suitable for me to use because by time I came from the hospital with my husband I may have an hour or two to go up and unwind from a long day, I feel I had paid for a month stay and the balcony should have been available through out the night. Also for a whole week I didn't have a television they said it was something that IT had to fix but it took them a week to get it back on, my dishwasher looked practically new but it was broke as well they sent someone up to look at it and they just brought my some dish liquid so I can wash in the sink instead of getting it fixed or replaced, I mean I'm hear for a month I just thought it could have been handled better than that. I could have left and went somewhere else but the location was a deal breaker for me because when I receive an emergency call from the hospital I could be there within minutes. I was going to use the parking garage but when I found out it was a $30 a day fee for it and I had to walk up the street to get to my car I thought that was a little far fetch to have to pay for covered parking and I still had to walk in the rain to get to my room was absolutely ridiculous to me and it rained most of the days I was there. So the 3 stars is for location, friendly staff ,reasonable rate for my stay and the room despite everything else was nice. I think you should look into changing the hours to the use of the balcony it's a really nice place to go to unwind and especially with no T.V. in use for a week that was a little frustrating for me to say the least.
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FromUS$119
4.3/510 Reviews
This hotel is great in all aspects. Beautiful historical building that has been very well maintained with an out door pool and courtyard that I really enjoyed having some afternoon down time by. Rooms were clean and cozy with ample space, quiet too. The location is unbeatable. But what topped off the stay was the service. I stayed right after the hurricane when many parts of the city were having power issues and phone line issues. Adam at the front desk was very thorough with helping me with anything I needed. I would highly recommend this hotel. And I will stay here again if I find myself in New Orleans again,
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FromUS$95
5/518 Reviews
The environment is good, the service is very good, there is no breakfast, there is a small kitchen in the room, you can cook for yourself, free parking, it takes about 20 minutes to drive to the French Quarter.
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FromUS$99
3.1/510 Reviews
What a lovely surprise this hotel turned out to be. I am giving it 4 stars due to the excellent customer service... no matter who we dealt with they went out of their way to make our stay as comfortable as possible. The free breakfast was simple but there were plenty of options. When I read some of the reviews I was concerned but this was not our experience at all. Every area of the hotel we saw including our room was clean, the beds while inexpensive were surprisingly comfortable. The photos are a bit misleading as the rooms are sparsely furnished. It would have been nice to have a table and chairs especially since we were staying a couple of days. The area is industrial so there aren't any restaurants close by not to mention the area is on the rougher side so you don't want to be wandering around but since we were using Uber it wasn't an issue.
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FromUS$56
4.4/510 Reviews
We loved our stay at the Hyatt Centric French Quarter. It was in the perfect location. Close to good restaurants, Bourbon Street, walking anywhere in the French Quarter and close to Street Cars to explore the Garden District or other areas of the city. We took several tours and the shuttles picked us up right at the hotel, as well as the airport shuttle. The rooms are nice and the adjoining restaurants were nice to have as an alternative to eating out in the city. The Powdered Sugar restaurant located in the hotel is divine for desserts and breakfasts. Our room adjoined the courtyard where we could walk out and relax. I would definitely choose to stay here again.
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FromUS$158
4.5/510 Reviews
Great place right on Frenchmen street, we had a unit at the back of the building and really couldn't hear any noice unless we went to the bathrooms but the bedrooms were quiet. The staff is awesome there and really care about giving there customers a great experience. We will be back!
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FromUS$213
4.5/56 Reviews
I stayed at the Marriott Residence Inn on St. Charles in NOLA. We were celebrating a sweet 16 tour for my daughter. We checked in dropped our bags and headed out. When we returned I began to disinfect and clean our room. I always do this-even before Covid. At first glance, we did not find anything alarming; which is why we dropped our bags and left. Besides, according to Marriott, they have COVID procedures (Global commitment to cleanliness) in place that claims to take additional cleaning and sterilization measures to ensure the rooms are safe. At any rate, I began to pull the sheets back, on both Queen beds, so that I could spray them down with Lysol and what I found was appalling. There were multiple semen stains in one of the beds…yes, you heard right. SEMEN and mystery sticky green substances on the pillow. The other bed had a huge yellow pee-like stain in the middle of the bed (see pics). I went downstairs and reported this with the night attendant. I showed him the multiple pictures that I’d taken. As I showed him, he gasped in disbelief and offered to put us in another room. He could not say why housekeeping didn’t clean the room, only that they were there. I told him that I had already spent about 45 mins cleaning the kitchen area, bathroom, and other areas. Moving to another room would be a huge inconvenience; as we are already losing time dealing with this. The only other solution was to get all new bedding, for both beds, and clean it myself. Additionally, the attendant said he could take $50.00 off of one of our nights for the inconvenience. I told him I would need to speak to management because offering me $50.00 is an insult, considering Marriott has claimed that each room has gone through Covid “sanitizing and cleaning”. As a matter of fact, housekeeping is stealing from them because they are paid to clean and apparently they are NOT. It took me over 1.5 to clean and make the room appropriate for me and my daughter. The next day, I met with a person that said he was the manager, Eric and our exchange was far from ok. His approach to the situation faux mediocre at best, and he spoke to me in patronizing way. He disagreed with my conclusion of what substance was on the sheets and did think this was a safety concern. At the end of the back and forth, he wanted me to tell him what he should do since I felt like $50.00 dollars wasn’t enough. I could not believe that I was treated like I was the problem when it was Marriott that dropped the ball and has me and my daughters at risk. Honestly, his tone, lack of professionalism, and non-existent regard for my time is what pissed me off the most. His last name must be Marriott because he acted as if he had the right to embarrass the brand. At the end, I was comped for 2 nights, given a subliminal dare to call corporate, and funky attitudes for the rest of the stay. ***I would not recommend staying at this hotel during COVID; due to the fact that housekeeping is NO
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FromUS$134
4.5/513 Reviews
Breakfast is average, only biscuit cake, good location, convenient to go, room is large and clean, price is relatively cheap, very quiet, with swimming pool, recommended.
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FromUS$79
4.5/510 Reviews
After a Horrible night of dealing with the Fairfield Inn Suites in Kenner, LA I was moved to this property and when I tell you the service, friendliness and cleanliness was EXEMPLARY! I did not arrive until well after midnight but was greeted with two smiling faces upon arrival. They could tell my frustrations immediately offered my son and I a bottled water, before knowing I was a platinum guest. After venting about my experience at the previous property they smiled and reassured me that they would take great care of us. They offered me a late check-out in case I wanted to sleep in late the next day and reminded me that I can stay up to 4pm. I explained that I was heading back to Georgia in the morning so 1:30pm would be fine but they insisted 2pm and let me know what time breakfast would be ending in the morning. The Hotel was absolutely Gorgeous, very clean and wonderful decor from the hotel lobby, the hallways to the rooms and the of course the room! This property is EXACTLY what I expect from the Marriott Brand and I HIGHLY recommend anyone who is visiting New Orleans to stay here! Kudos to all of the employees here!!!
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FromUS$169
4.6/513 Reviews
Quiet and quiet rooms are big and clean and the beds are big and comfortable ~
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FromUS$134
4.2/510 Reviews
We checked in on July 27th for our 4 night stay. Richard at the front desk was most helpful giving us tips on what to do throughout our stay. It was our honeymoon so they upgraded us to a city view room which even though was a very nice room it was a little small for our liking. There was a banging noise that persisted until around 1:30 am when we returned to our room. We called down to the front desk and the night auditor (i'm sorry I am spacing on her name) was very helpful she sent her manager Warren up with new keys to another room. That was room 214. This room was beautiful I believe they would describe it as a sort of King Studio. Most importantly there was no banging and my husband and I were able to enjoy the spacious room. Richard was able to get us set up on an Airboat Adventures Ride (which I will review separately.) That was awesome that they provided that service so we didn't have to worry about a thing. In addition to moving our room they also gave us a bar credit to their rooftop bar that has an amazing view of the city. Their drinks are pretty good as well if you are looking for a place to relax. There was no food and beverage downstairs due to Covid so I can not review that. There is also no little shop from what we can tell, to purchase small midnight snacks but there is a convenience store within walking distance that has everything that you might need. Overall a truly wonderful stay! I would highly recommend this place when traveling to NOLA.
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FromUS$111
5/511 Reviews
Very close to the convention center, far from the business district, breakfast
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FromUS$85
4.5/510 Reviews
We really enjoyed our stay here! The staff are all so friendly and fun. We loved the historic charm of the house. The well-stocked kitchen is a great amenity. The backyard is just awesome - small but super charming. We visited in winter and definitely enjoyed the hot tub. They host a group activity every night, and we really enjoyed the chance to hang out and meet fellow tavelers. We stayed in the backyard private room. The room itself was nice - it had everything we needed, and the bed was very comfortable. Only downside is that it is a creaky old house, so we did hear footsteps overhead a fair amount in the morning. People definitely respected the quiet hours so it wasn't a huge issue but it disrupt our sleep a little. Still, I absolutely would recommend Madame Isabelle's. It's a really fun place, and it's awesome that it's on a nice quiet street but such a short walk from so many awesome places on Frenchman Street and in the French Quarter!
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FromUS$82
4.1/510 Reviews
While we did not get to stay here, I was so impressed and relieved by the customer service at Dauphine this spring that I feel compelled to leave a positive review. We had planned an amazing New Orleans getaway for early May 2020. Unfortunately, this trip was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We were anticipating a struggle to get our money back, given the hotel obviously needs to meet a bottom line and stay open. Instead, the staff was extremely friendly and gracious. They gave us a refund right away and didn't pressure us to return. They told us to come back when it's safe and that they can't wait to have us in the future, but in the meantime to take care of ourselves. It would have been very easy for them to keep all or some of our money, or at least make the process difficult, as many other businesses have been. We can't wait to visit some day in the future and will definitely be booking the Dauphine for our trip.
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FromUS$135
4.5/513 Reviews
The service was great and the room was very clean and comfortable
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FromUS$88
4.5/55 Reviews
We were in NOLA for a birthday party last week and stayed at the super convenient Inn on St. Anne. It was close walking distance to many of our favorite spots like the Clover Grill. There are two building at the Inn. The main one is where you check-in and across the street and down about 30 feet is the second house. The second house is the old Marie Laveau property. It is reported to be haunted. I didn't have any experiences. We stayed in room 50. Most of the rooms open onto a lovely little courtyard. We used this area as a catching up spot, and a waiting for the last person to be ready spot. The rooms are quaint and still very original. We had a fun sloping wood floor and an armoire for a closet. No other storage except a small nightstand drawer. But we were only there two nights. The one big adjustment was the bathroom. It is tiny. And definitely not conducive to two people at the same time! The hot water had to run in the tub and the sink together, for a solid five minutes, to produce any hot water, and the shower pressure was low and couldn't be run with the sink at the same time. But it is a classic and historic building, so that's what you should expect. The bed was super comfy and snuggly. We did run the window AC unit for the white noise the first night to drown out any noises from the courtyard and the second night because of the need for cool air. The noises are mostly people making their way back to their rooms and were usually quiet by midnight or so. It was not an issue for us. There are nice cold bottles of water you can grab for $1 by the front desk. They were very welcome each night we returned. The lady at the check-in was super casual. Two of our rooms weren't ready yet due to our early arrival and she said she'd let us know when they were ready. When we asked her how, and did she need a cell number, she said "nah, I'll send a smoke signal, you'll figure it out". She did eventually take a cell and called us to let us know they were ready when we were. It is a cute and quaint hotel with lots of history and charm. The location and price make if a great value.
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4.2/512 Reviews
The only advantage is that it is very close to the meeting place. Don’t think about anything else. If you want to eat, you don’t have to eat.
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4.5/55 Reviews
We are so happy we found this lovely hotel. We stayed in a small separate cottage called La Petite Maison, with 2 bedrooms upstairs and large living room/ dining room/ kitchen downstairs. There's so much character in this hotel, from the gigantic antique beds to charming patios and lush greenery. Don't expect everything to be pristine; this is a building from the 1800's so there are quirks as one would expect. All the amenities are top-notch, with luxurious towels, linens, pillows, and fast valet service for our car. Great coffee and snacks available at all times. My only concern was that only half of the desk staff wore masks, and some didn't socially distance at all. When I pointed that out, I was given some attitude, even though it's required in New Orleans (as it should be).
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