Just visited for a conference. This is a nice upscale hotel but has some quirks. The rooms are fairly standard. What I do not like is that there is no coffee maker in them. I just do not understand why "luxury" hotels think we want to have to get dressed to head to the lobby for coffee or pay room service. There also is not lunch option in the hotel in terms of a restaurant. Not a huge deal but seemed odd. The staff was friendly and helpful throughout my stay. I will say this is a noisy area of town and you hear a lot of street noise in your room. The location is good. Next to the casino. Close to the convention center, warehouse district and the French Quarter. Certainly a solid choice in the Big Easy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Now open after a $29 million dollar revitalization and located just steps from the notorious French Quarter but in a quieter location for a peaceful night's rest, our hotel is close to shopping, Harrah's Casino and the Warehouse District. ... more less
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