This quaint hotel located in the French Quarter is simply lovely. Although there are areas that are being repaired and/or updated (which the signage clearly states), the staff goes out of their way to ensure the comfort of the patrons. General Manager Paul Collins is a charming man. He endeared himself to us from the moment we entered the building, giving us the highlights of the chateau as well as the area. His recommendations were "spot on"! There was never a time when we asked a question or sought assistance that he was unwilling to help or that his advice was "off". We had no difficulties with the maid service. Nor was the fact that the whirlpool tub in our unit was out-of-order a problem for us.The kitchenette in the unit was more than adequate for our needs. The living room sofa and love seat were quite comfortable, as was the queen size bed, even though our bed at home is a king! Loved the fact that there were more than enough electric outlets to handle the electronics we traveled with. This was a timeshare exchange and I would recommend it as a great place to stay. Great restaurants, shopping and public transportation are all within walking distance. Our suite was on the "street side" of the building and the noise level was not disturbing. (We're New Yorkers so it wasn't noisy to us at all!) The pool and courtyard were well-used every day with coffee available there every morning and danish and Bloody Mary's added to the offerings on the weekends. We would have no difficulty whatsoever returning here on our next visit and strongly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a nice place to stay in the French Quarter.
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