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This stay was the best I've had at a hotel from the very first day. People are great, accommodations are like home, and boy is the bar awesome! There were a couple nights where we preferred the in-house bar to Bourbon Street! Shane at the...More
The stay here was amazing and one of the best experiences in New Orleans and Shane was amazing at the bar. If you stay here and want a great experience with an amazing bartender ask for Shane!!! You won’t regret it trust me!
The staff was great. Very close to all the places we went. Bar area was fun and friendly. Doug at the front desk was super helpful with tips and information. I loved our room. Updated light, comfortable. BIG TV!. Laminate floors and cozy sitting area...More
The location of the hotel is good, right on Canal street nearby Bourbon and all the other places of interest in New Orleans.
The hotel itself is clean and nice, but most rooms do not have a windows facing outdoors, they are windows facing into...More
Response from CY-Downtown New... F, Front Office Manager at Courtyard by Marriott New Orleans Downtown Near the French QuarterResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to share your valuable feedback. My name is Emika Franklin and I am the
at the Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French Quarter. It has come to my attention that the service you received during your...More
The hotel is in a perfect location, it's clean, nicely set up, nice clean rooms, and the service is amazing. If there is anything wrong they will make it right. We waited awhile for a room but when the manager found out he not only...More
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