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As far as hotels go, this is fairly standard. The rooms are nice and clean. The lobby was recently renovated and looks very nice. The location is perfect. What makes this hotel stand out is the staff!
Bria at the front desk, Romell, Slay, &...More
Honestly I was very disappointed in this experience, after calling the night before to confirm my reservation, I arrived from across country the next day and was told by RON they were sold out and I had to call Expedia to figure out what to...More
Response from CY-Downtown New... F, Manager at Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French QuarterResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to share your valuable feedback. My name is EMIKA FRANKLIN and I am the
at the Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French Quarter. It has come to my attention that the service you received during your...More
This hotel was perfect for us. We travelled without kids and everything was within a walking distance to the French Quarters, Jackson Square, WWII Museum and Bourbon St.
The staff at the hotel was extremely friendly and the rooms we pretty clean. We got there...More
Courtyard hotels are pretty standard. A month later we stayed in one a few states away and everything is the same, including the couch and the picture in the bathroom.
So this one has a really good location. It’s adjacent to the French quarter so...More
We always stay at Marriotts when we travel. However, we have had more positive experience at some than others and, I must say, we LOVED the Courtyard Marriott near the French Quarter. Not only was the staff great, but the rooms were spacious and the...More
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