My wife and I recently stayed here and were overall very pleased. The hotel is technically a part of the French Quarter, but it is located at its periphery. This was nice as we could quickly and easily walk to the Quarter without being directly in the crowd or noise. Obviously, this is a Ritz, so it is nice as expected. The layout is unusual and mildly annoying in that you enter at street level. Take an elevator to the third floor lobby. Take a different elevator to the fourth floor, and wind through some hallways to get to the club level floors, where you take another set of elevaotrs to your room. With that said, we wouldn't let that deter us from staying there again, and the amenities of the club level were worth it to us. You could easliy eat breakfast and lunch there everyday, and drinks are available from (roughly) 11a-10p. I can recommend it without hesitation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Closed due to damage from Hurricane Katrina until December, 2006. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans Hotel New Orleans
- New Orleans Ritz Carlton
- Ritz New Orleans
- Ritz Carlton New Orleans