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The staff here are very hospitable, accommodating, and friendly. Special thanks to the Manager Cesley, Angel, Malachi, Keke and Charese for making our experience enjoyable. Will definitely stay here again 😊
We were in town for a convention this hotel is an easy walk to the convention center, restaurants, the mall and the Julia St. trolley stop. Front desk staff and housekeeping staff always smiling, pleasant and courteous. Shout out to Malechi in the bistro and...More
I’ve been to New Orleans twice before staying at a couple other places. This was the best! Very comfortable and clean. A decent pool for the kids. The employees were all friendly and accommodating to anything we needed. A bistro on the 1st floor.
We stayed here after our cruise.... this hotel is actually in walking distance from the port but of course we decided to take an uber... When we checked in Courtney at the front desk was so pleasant and so helpful. We wanted to leave our...More
The Courtyard Is a strange hotel. First off the floors are huge and if you are unfortunate enough to be on the other end of the floor, the walk to the elevators is crazy. The pool is outside and only four feet deep.
Once a thriving industrial zone, today this district is home to a buzzing arts scene with an amazing assortment of galleries, boutiques, and studios having moved in and set up shop throughout the disused warehouses for which the area is so well known. Much of the art you'll come across here is local in scope, ownership and inspiration. However, among the many old brick warehouses are modern structures of steel and
glass housing large-scale cultural institutions of national prominence such as the National World War II Museum, the Contemporary Arts Center, and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Just as eye catching as what’s on view inside the galleries and museums is the chance to see your ship come in at the Julia Street Cruise Terminal, which serves as a wistful reminder of the city’s historic maritime prominence.