I have nothing bad to say about this hotel. I'd stayed at it when it was the Fairmont, but was happy to see it restored to its former glory as the Roosevelt. It's a beautiful art deco hotel, with a lot of attention to detail. Rooms were very nice and beds incredibly comfortable (I should know - thanks to food poisoning - I spent about 36 hrs straight in the room - I also know bathroom was spotless which was really nice when I collapsed on its floor). I saw some of the other reviews noted bad service but that was not my experience. The workout room is also head and tails above most of what you will see in NOLA hotels, because lets face it, you don't go there to exercise. Yeah, its expensive but worth it, especially if you are there for a special occassion, you get what you pay for (see my review on the hell hole Ambassador Hotel for evidence of that).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Roosevelt Hotel New Orleans, a Waldorf Astoria hotel, provides guests with a sense of history and place. Offering 504 luxuriously appointed guestrooms and suites, The Roosevelt is adjacent to the French Quarter and is convenient to all New Orleans attractions. The hotel features Waldorf Astoria Spa and Fitness Center, Fountain Lounge and Sazerac Bar, and Chef John Besh's Domenica. Spacious guestrooms offer luxurious linens, flat-screen TVs, refreshment centers, bathrobes, safes, and 24 hour in-room dining. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Waldorf Astoria New Orleans