$75 as of April 2013. This was a pretty nice hotel and the price was very good for what you get. The room was nice siaed and had a very comfortable easychair. The bed was good and the breakfast helped start my day right. Good staff too. I would recommend this hotel!
Not that far from Antique Alley or Duck Dynasty
I was a bit happier with the Super 8. The facilities were a bit better than the Days Inn and the staff was friendlier. It was also cheaper. No pool for those to whom that matters. Breakfast was fine. $65 as of March 2011.
Although this motel looked pretty good on the outside I was not that happy with the facilities. There was a decent pool, a refrigerator, and a microwave; but the door lock was very touchy and the toilet needed work. The desk clerk was a little rude. The one the next morning was a bit better. Breakfast was average. A bit expensive for what you get at $81 as of March 2011. Not horrible but there are many other choices in town.
The Super 8 in Kinder is a decent enough budget motel, just nothing out of the ordinary. There were no extras except a bigger screen TV. The bed was comfortable. The staff was okay. If you are on a tight budget this motel is fine.
Hostel, B and B, Hotel; it's all of these when you stay at the Guesthouse. It's a sweet spot on the south end of Uptown New Orleans. Located on eclectic Magazine St. just four blocks from the St. Charles Cable Car, you can be anywhere for a buck and a quarter. Very unique building renovated from an Infant Orphan Asylum that was in operation in the late 1800's through the 1900's. The stay at St. V's was on Halloween weekend and I halfway expected some spiritual encounters, but all I got was some good $3.50 red beans and rice from their in house restaurant. The rate was around $25 a night, for a private hostel room with two, very sufficient beds. Bring your own bedding or sleeping bag if choosing the lower end rooms. The value of these rooms may come from their savings in not laundering the sheets. The staff was anywhere from cool to very helpful throughout the three-day stint. The part of town, well, that's the real kicker that made this dirty, little room excellent for the occasion.
Old, historic building with photos inside of early 1900's nuns giving care to their orphans. Great view of the Superdome and downtown from the third floor made sunset beverages just taste better. There was a pool, but the water may have been from the last hurricane. Who swims in October, anyway?
I stayed here for only one night. They didn't let me check in until 4pm. My room was clean, however I would describe it as drab. I couldn't get an internet connection unless I was sitting in the lobby.
The pool was dirty. The continental breakfast consisted of rolls, butter, and jam.
The location was good, it's very close to Bourbon Street.
Parking is expensive...no free parking anywhere close to the hotel.
I paid $60 for one night and feel that was probably a little too much.
Location very close to Bourbon Street and also very close to Jefferson Park and the St. Louis Cathedral.
The facilities were pretty decent; but the night clerk was more interested in talking with friends than serving customers. I'd give the hotel another try.
Free High Speed Wireless Internet Access; Microwave; Refrigerator; 25 inch TV with more than 40 channels including HBO, CNN, ESPN, Discovery and more; Clock Radio; Data ports; Hair dryer.
- Free High Speed Internet Access
- Interior Corridor
- Large Rooms and Jacuzzi Suites
- Free Daybreak Lite Breakfast
- FREE Local & Long distance Calls
- Free Fax Service
- Free USA Today Newspaper Daily
- Outdoor Pool
- Coffee available in the lobby 24/7
- Within Walking distance to Chef Roy's Frog City Cafe and Lounge Famous Restaurant
- Casinos are also within walking distance
- Pets are allowed with a required Deposit
- Convenient location with easy access to I-10
- Ample BUS, TRUCK and Trailer Parking
Our stay here was pleasant with a friendly staff. Breakfast was very good in the restaurant. It was nice staying right in the French Quarter, so we could walk to where we wanted to go most of the time, but since our room was by the street it was a bit noisy during the night.
Cheap. A bed. A sink. All that you need really. If you plan on staying in your room much in New Orleans, other than to sleep off your drunkedness, then you're in the wrong city. The only reason to be in New Orleans is to get *** drunk. If your lucky, maybe arrested.
They do have a common room to chill and read. Nice little outdoor place to chill and kick it for a while. They have a kitchen and large refrig's to store stuff.
It's no resort by any stretch. But hey, it's New Orleans. The place is dirty to begin with. Not that it's 'dirty', but to some i know, it would be.
Prissy women need to stay away.
If you are looking for a simple place to stay when you are in Monroe, we had a very nice room at the Wingate. It was your typical 2-3 star hotel, and had some basic amenities like a business center, workout room, and swimming pool. It was very family friendly and close to a couple restaurants.
There was a movie theatre within walking distance, which would be great for kids on a roadtrip.
We upgraded to the renovated section of the hotel, you have to ask or you get put in the cheap and nasty section !
There are several floors and a roof top pool with views over New Orleans.
The ground floor has a revolving bar. Sit there, drink and spin around.
The room was very nice, quiet, with a minibar that knows if you've moved something from it. There were sensors under every drink and candy bar !
Definitely the fried oysters we ordered ! Could not get enough. Stop ! I'm hungry already !
The service was great once we demanded a nicer room for the money we paid.
I would definitely stay there again.
This is a copy of a hotel tip at my Kenner page
This hotel is directly located near the airport, when you drive from the arrivals you can see it at the first intersection you cross. This makes it ideal if you don't want to travel far when you had a long flight.
What does it have
It has a Denny''s restaurant connected to the hotel which is open 24 hours a day we got some take out and we had no complaints about the food.
There is a swimming pool, which did look ok but was directly located next to the parking lot, but it is fenched.
It should have continental breakfast but the desk klerk didn't told us were and we didn't find it either (we didn't really searched for it either). When we arrived on May 31, 2003 in the evening there was a female behind the front desk, she wasn't nice and she wasn't unpleasant, she just did her job and not a thing more she didn't tell anything about the hotel or whatsoever.
Another thing you should check at Best Western in general is when you have a Gold Crown Club Card if they ad your points, this was our second time we booked with our GCC number and didn't get the points credited automaticaly.
Picture taken sunday june 1st 2003 05:44
When we arrived at the hotel we were a bit disapointed the outside didn't look so promissing and we were happy that we just booked one night in this hotel. But when we entered the room everything we were surprised positivly, the room was in perfect order and clean. We don't know if the room was recently renovated but it looked that way, it made us forget about the outside.
We had a king bed and a non smoking room.
Dialing toll free numbers didn't had a service charge as some hotels do.
In the bath room everything was in working order, there was good water presure from the shower, which isn't always the case.
The hotel had a 24 hour airport shuttle, we didn't use but it can come in handy when you just want to go to the hotel, we got our rental car first.
VT prices are per person, the room was $59,00 before tax !
The inside room was very small, had one bed, a desk, two side tables, bathroom,closest with a safe in it and a window you could peek out with a garden view. The outside rooms with a patio were large big bed, desk, chair, and large bathroom.
We went thru priceline.com and will never do it again! The plane times stunk! And not knowing what you were going to get when you got there was a pain. We ended up with the small room. It was nice if you like staying in a closet!
As long as you are planning to only stay one night in a place during a round trip thru Louisiana the Days Inn motel chain is a good and cheap way of spending your nights. The motels are usually close to highway exits and easily accessible. They always have a swimming-pool and breakfast is free (coffee, fruit juice, donuts, danish, and sometimes fresh fruit).
Be sure to ask for a room in the innercourt, near the swimming-pool (less noise of the highway).
Rooms are big with 2 double beds, a TV, a fully equiped bathroom and sometimes a minibar and microwave.
We hadn’t planned on staying in Baton Rouge but after getting to La Place (20 miles out of New Orleans) we were turned back as the New Orleans was flooded due to ‘Isidore’ hitting the coast and the main highway in was also under water. At 7.30 at night we were driving through rain and heading out of rising water and going back to Baton Rouge. There was no accommodation in the immediate area available as the power companies had totally booked everything out in anticipation of their need in New Orleans and surrounding areas. I had a Best Western hotel guide in the car and used the mobile to call and find their closest available hotel. 20 minutes later we were driving into the Richmond Suites Hotel. A very nice and well situated hotel close to I-10 and a great relief for us to find somewhere for the night
The rooms were very comfortable and quite large. There was an excellent full buffet breakfast is included the next morning and some really good Louisianan strong coffee. There are also evening beverages and hors d’oeuvres included in your room rate and free local calls and newspaper. The complex has a pool, spa and a business and fitness centre.
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