Doubletree Hotel New Orleans

300 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130-1010, United States
#69 of 308 hotels in New Orleans
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 6 reviews
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Mediocre at best

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 23, 2009

I spent 5 nights at the Doubletree while at the conference recently, and was underwhelmed at the location. For what I was paying per night, there was a distinct lack of ammenities. The wireless internet only works in the lobby; there were no fans in the shower to help dissipate steam; minifridges cost extra per night; room service only came about once every other day, forcing us to call the front desk if we needed new towels or whatnot.

The location is really great however, right across Canal street from the French Quarter. It is clean, the beds were comfortable. But overall it was not worth the price.

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Good Central Location

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 9, 2005

We post this tip after Hurrican Katrina
devistated the greater New Orleans area.
We post the following pictures to show
the good times, and we know that all the
good times that New Orleans is known for,
will someday return, and New Orleans will
be more fun to visit than ever.

Our Last Visit: December 2004

Unique Quality: Great hotel, great staff, great rooms ....

Directions: Directions to Hotel:

From East: exit Central Business District.
Exit Canal St. turn right onto Canal -13 blocks.
Right on Tchoupitoulas. Hotel on left.

From West: Exit Poydras/Claiborne South
and right turn on Canal-13 blocks.

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Near Harrah's

by written on July 20, 2005

I didn't stay at this hotel. I did take two pictuers of it - once from the streetcar, and once from a tour bus. The AAA calls is a three diamond recommended Large Hotel.

There is a fee for parking (Valet Parking: $28.00 Limited Availability) and for hi-speed internet. They give a range of between $89 and $345/night for a single or a double all year round.

Unique Quality: It looks like from my pictures that it is right near Harrahs and therefore also near the ferry to Algiers, the Aquarium and the Canal Street Streetcar, and would be right across the neutral ground from the French Quarter.

Directions: Corner of Canal and Tchouphlas From West: Exit Poydras/Claiborne South and right turn on Canal-13 blocks.

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Awesome location - Perfect Hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 9, 2004

We sort of picked this hotel without knowing too much about it, but it turns out it was in a perfect location. We could not have made a better choice. Only blocks from the French Quarter and fabulous Burbon street and a very short walk to to the Aquarium and River Walk, we never had a problem getting anywhere!
Then of course there were the signature chocolate chip cookies that the Doubletree always gives their guests...YUM!!

The only issue that we had was transfer from the airport - the driver took a horrible way to get to the hotel since he had to drop other people off before us and then had to drop us off across the street which wasnt a huge deal except that we are terrible overpackers! But when we were going to the airport, the driver picked us up right on the side of the hotel. Be sure you arent waiting by the main entrance b/c you cant even see him from there. We almost missed it!

Overall - I would recommend this hotel to anyone.

Double Duty from the Doubletree

by written on April 21, 2003

Right on the edge of the Quarter, this was a perfect location for walking the "loop" down Canal, up Bourbon and then back to the room. Close enough, and yet far enough away. Hotel was decent, staff is extra helpful, and you can't beat the free cookie at check in.

Unique Quality: Harrah's casino just steps away is a bonus too. Comps are possible!

Directions: French Quarter

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Double Tree Hotel

by written on October 25, 2002

The Doubletree Hotel was close to our hotel and in a good downtown location! They are right next to Harrahs Casino and within walking distance to the French quarter, Aquarium/Imax Theatre and the Convention Centre.

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Address: 300 Canal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130-1010, United States

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
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