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All reviewspb jpeanut butter and jelly sandwichesrooftop poolcrystal roomhot cocoapbj sandwichesbeautiful hotelfrench quarterold worldhot tubturn down servicebusiness districtbeautiful lobbybourbon streethigh ceilingsfew blocksloved this hotel
First time visitors to New Orleans. Very elegant hotel with great service from everyone. Restaurant was beautiful with great selections. Would definitely stay here again. Easy walk to Bourbon Street as well as other attractions.
Spent 4 nights here
Very elegant hotel but age was noticeable in bathroom as it looked worn and this gave the impression of not being clean
Quiet location but very easy to walk to all the attractions
great PB and J sandwich provided by chef...More
We (my wife, a girl friend and I) planned this trip several months ago. It began with a staying at a haunted hotel then evolved into lets make it Halloween in a haunted city, in a haunted hotel in a haunted room.
Which brought us...More
We spent 3 nights here with friend from the UK. The hotel is beautifully decorated and elegant rooms are everywhere. The Sunday jazz brunch is not to be missed if you are there for a weekend. It's walking distance to Bourbon Street and the Mississippi...More
The pros: Nice place in a good location. Beds are very comfortable and the rooms are clean.
The cons: The hotel is charming, but it's age really shows in the rooms. Just like most older hotels, it is loud (Stayed on two different floors and...More
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