See why so many travelers make Avenue Plaza Resort their hotel of choice when visiting New Orleans. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 (1.7 mi) and Preservation Hall (1.8 mi), guests of Avenue Plaza Resort can easily experience some of New Orleans' most well known attractions.
Rooms at Avenue Plaza Resort provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Avenue Plaza Resort guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a rooftop terrace, and 24 hour check-in. You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Avenue Plaza Resort.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Stein's Market and Deli, St. James Cheese Company, and St James Cheese Company, which are some delis that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular gardens such as Longue Vue House and Gardens, New Orleans Botanical Gardens, and Hollygrove Market and Farm.
At Avenue Plaza Resort, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to New Orleans.
I made my reservation through RCI several months before my trip. I called Worldmark the week before checkin, and they said they didn't have a reservation for me. I told them I made it through RCI, and they transferred me to another person, who said she had just arrived at work and needed to boot up her computer; she said she would call me back, but never did. After several phone calls between Worldmark and Hilton Grand Vacations, it finally was straightened out. The staff on the phone at Worldmark was very rude. And on arrival, the staff did their jobs, but were not very friendly or welcoming--except for one person, Kelly; during our stay Kelly was the only desk staff that was really welcoming and helpful with a smile. The accommodations are nice; there is everything you need in the suites. The discount city tour offered was very nice. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and the tour was definitely worth the money. My only comment is that it is in a van, so it is hard to take pictures without getting reflections through the windows, or not being on the side where the picture was needed to be taken.…
Like Jennifer M, my reservation was just cancelled. Luckily, my reservation isn't until early March. Like most travelers, I already made my hotel, tours and flight reservations. I am still going to NO, but because of poor management, I will not be staying at Avenue Plaza. I just wonder why and how the hotel was taking reservations, knowing that renovations would be upcoming. This just shows "poor" management. This just added an extra burden on me to find another hotel and now have to pay a higher rate now that the vacation is closer. Of course, Wyndham offered nothing, but a refund. I have stayed at Avenue Plaza in the past and, in general, I like the hotel itself. I do not like the sales reps or staff who repeatedly badger you to attend an "update" which is actually a "sales presentation". My last "update" had the sales rep blatantly lying to me. After I had my share of his BS, I just told him he was a liar and walked out. That review is still on TA. I come to No every year, but I will not never stay here again. You have lost my business and my respect.…
Booked this property for the first time for Mardi Gras. Another family got an email saying their reservation was being cancelled because it was over booked 3 weeks before check in. We called to double confirm our reservation and were told we are fine and would not be cancelled. Now only 2 weeks till Mardi Gras we get a cancellation email! Called and got nowhere talking to someone from who knows where! Do not book here!!! Apparently a paid in full reservation means nothing.
The location is perfect. Close enough to the French Quarter to get to the action quickly by taxi but far enough away to get a good night's sleep without the noise. The beds were very comfortable but the room was a bit small. No cleaning service was offered for an entire week. The pitch to join the timeshare was a bit overbearing. Christmas decor was fantastic! Very pleasant and helpful front office and bell staff.
The Parking is really bad we had valet park the car it was 236 dollars for one week a lot higher than stated. The room size was descent but not laid out right the bathroom was way to small no place in shower for soap or shampoo. Also the toilet area was really small . Also one morning woke up to no hot water and was not told about it just had to get in shower to find out . they could have let people know they had a problem. Just overall not good valve Also not best neighborhood be careful walking to far from hotel at night.
Booked room for husbands 70th bday on Sept 8 for arrival on Dec 9 thru booking.com. It was cancelled on Dec 7 for "unforsee events". As per booking.com "hotel overbooked and therefore my room was cancelled". I had been receiving emails and even a letter of time share pre-qualification from Wyndham prior to checkin. Called customer service for assistance and none was offered and stated basically not their problem. Asked for supervisor 3 times before allowing me to hold for 30 min until I hung up out of frustration and dissappintmen, which was probably the intent. Needless to say at the last minute I was unable to find/afford anything available at that point. Booking however did assit in securing and airbnb which was very far and subpar to the hotel booked. I am very unhappy and as a consumer confused as to why this was allowed to happen. If hotels do not honor reservations thru 3rd party vendors then they should not allow the reservations to be booked at all! Why is the hotels error now my misfortune and dissapointment? Wyndham should be ashamed!!!…
We stayed here for a long weekend wine in NOLA. The location is great for walking through the Garden District, abs We often walked to Magazine St for meals. The room had all of the amenities we needed. And the front desk staff was polite. We accidentally left something in the room upon checking out and the manager was helpful in returning it to us. We were staying at this location because my mom is a timeshare owner. The sales team was overly eager to get us to spend time with them ... so much so that we rushed through the lobby as fast as possible to avoid them.
We had read that a car is not necessary for a visit to New Orleans. So, we decided to drop off our suitcases and supplies at Club Wyndham Ave Plaza with our rental car first, around 3 PM on a Monday. And then we would turn in the car to the rental facility near the NOLA airport and take Uber or Lyft back to the hotel. We didn’t feel like paying $30-40 for Uber of Lyft so we decided to chance it on public transportation. We found it rather easy to use. Outside the car rental facility, was a bus stop for a bus that went to downtown NOLA and a bus transfer station next to the Main Library. From there we transferred to a bus that took us to Jackson/St. Charles Ave- a 2 minutes’ walk from the hotel. Total cost for 2 seniors was $1.60. The bus we transferred to was the #91 Jackson-Esplanade. The #91 we would use a lot for our week in NOLA. We even used it to get supplies from Walmart. The other public transportation mode we used was the St. Charles Street Car which stops directly in front of the hotel. This is a very popular Trolley line and can be crowded. The St. Charles Trolly took us directly to the edge of the French Quarter on Canal Street. At that stop, transfers stations to the 2 other trolley lines were nearby. All day passes were a bargain: $.80 for seniors, $3.00 for non-seniors, 3- and 7-day passes are available. They can be used for the buses, street cars and the ferry that crosses the Mississippi to Algiers Point. They are good for a 24-hr. period after purchase and can be purchased directly on the buses or trolleys. If you are not in a rush, public transit in NOLA is an excellent and inexpensive way to get around in this fascinating City. NOLA may have a reputation for being unsafe and having a high crime rate, but in sticking to the tourist areas using public transit, we felt completely safe. To top off our adventure with NOLA public transit, on our last day we went from Club Wyndham Ave Plaza to the NOLA airport for FREE! It was November 8, Election Day and all buses, ferry and trolley rides were free. We caught the #91 at Jackson St/St Charles Ave (2 minutes from the hotel) which took us to the Main Library Transfer Point and there we boarded a RTA Express bus to the airport. Thank you, NOLA RTA. …
Great hotel, trolley stops outside with a 15-minute ride to Bourbon Street. 24-hour bar and convenience store close by. Plenty of eateries within walking distance but I would recommend Tacos & beer as the best for value. No real need to rent a car as valet parking is expensive and trolley service is good. Quiet area so a good sleep available. Hotel room has all you will need - kitchen, tv, iron, good shower and comfortable beds. Enjoyed our stay in this hotel.
The room was great, staff were friendly, pool & hot tub very enjoyable, bathroom was a little poky but fine and the bed was very comfortable. Location though is AMAZING, a much nicer & quieter area than in French Quarter but still with some great bars & restaurants nearby and with the street car right outside the front door you are in the French Quarter in no time at all for just a couple of dollars. The property is a Club Wyndham so just be aware that you will be pressured (and yes I think that is the right word) into attending the 90 minute info session about their holiday share stuff ...and they find it quite hard to take no for an answer!
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