Fair Priced Hotel
My stay was very pleasant. The staff took a little long with getting us to our room but that didnt ruin my visit. The breakfast buffet in the morning was great. They had all types of food to choose from and the omlettes were great. We looked at the pool and it was a little small, but that didnt matter. The room was up to date and nicely kept. I liked the very high ceilings.
Unique Quality: Very tall room with high ceilings and big windows but it was comfortable to stay in.
Around the Corner from Canal Street
I have not stayed in this hotel, but it seems to be a convenient location. In the French Quarter but near the streetcar line.
The AAA calls it a small scale hotel and gives it their three diamonds approval rating.
A room with one king sized bed (for two people) was $149 in December 2004. They say off season rates start at $139 and in season rates start at $179.
Unique Quality: According to the website:
Guests also enjoy full use of the facilities at our adjoining sister hotel, the Astor Crowne Plaza, including:
* full service bar
* concierge service
* 25,000 sq. ft. of private function/dining rooms
* fitness center
* rooftop swimming pool
You don't don't go to New Orleans to stay at the hotel. This hotel was moderatly priced - the rooms were adequate - the service was friendly. What is really nice is the location. With a short walking distance to to Bourbon Street, it's just a short stumble back to your room in the evening.
Unique Quality: There is hardly any view - and there are better hotels. You will most likely end up spending more for it though.
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