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Old but very nice hotel. It was quiet and staff were very nice. Our A.C. broke the second night we were there and Virginia moved us to another room. She gave us a bigger room and was super sweet. Definitely will stay here again.
The location is a 10 minute walk from the French Quarter, 10 minutes the other way to the WWII Museum, and less then 5 minutes to the waterfront. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We parked in the Hotel Alley for $15 a night...More
In the warehouse district with the back door on Fulton St put dining and entertainment just a few steps away. Just a block from Harrah's casino and an easy walk to the French Quarter. While our unit was not as large as many timeshares, it...More
It's quiet, old and in much need of repairs and updating. It smelled weird , and the furniture is outdated . Our toilets didn't work in the 2nd room we were placed in. You don't want to know why we had to move out of...More
So much to see and do in New Orleans and loved that this timeshare was walk-able to so many things. Where in a crazy city like this can you go to a Latin Catholic Mass one day and a burlesque show another. So much fun....More
US$ 166 - US$ 369 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Phillip092674 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure about square footage but the unit was a decent size. It did have a pull out sofa which we did not use since it was just me and my wife. Hope this helps. We enjoyed our stay and would go back again.