I accompanied my 92 year-old father to New Orleans to attend his World War II reunion. This hotel is a little older, in need of an upgrade. My room was fine- popcorn ceiling giving away its age. The room was clean but dated and definitely not sound insulated, I heard the guy next door coughing in the morning.
There was a dinner held in the ballroom, food was actually pretty good. My complaint had to do with an injury my father suffered and the response at the front desk. My father banged his arm on the door jamb in the bathroom and sliced his thin skin. Not having a first aid kit, a friend went to the front desk where she was met with indifference and believe it or not, no first aid kit- not a bandaid, nothing. Luckily another employee from a different department ran and got some supplies from the kitchen. Another example, I pointed out to a janitor that one of the hand sinks in the bathroom on the main level was plugged up, he nodded his head but it was still plugged next time I went in.More
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