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I do not think the Astor Crown Plaza strives to delight its guests [at least not at the NOLA location]. The hotel seems to be OK with mediocre service. Considering the plethora of NOLA hotels, one would hope staff would work a little harder to...More
My girlfriend and I stayed at this amazing hotel over Labor Day and and were extremely pleased.
Everything at this beautiful facility was seamless from the easy check in to our prompt checkout two days later.
This hotel is in a great location, the corner...More
When they brought our car around after a two night stay, we noticed a few things. Radio was turned to a local FM station (not our choice of music) A spill had dried in the passenger front seat. Fog light was cracked and two scrapes...More
I was there for a convention. The TV in the first room didn't work, after 3 tries of fixing it, they moved me to a new room. The toilet didn't work in the 2nd room. Moved me to a 3rd room, which was all right,...More
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Staying here for four nights at the end of our USA trip - this hotel was very pleasant with some friendly staff, whilst our first room was spacious & had a lot going for it - the view was awful - overlooking some untidy works...More
$129 - $376 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#25 Luxury Hotel in New Orleans
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Uber for Garden District or some unique restaurants but the French Quarter is all a great walk. Riverboat Cruise is worth the money & don’t miss Beignets at Cafe du Mondrian - other places have then but worth the line wait... More
Uber for Garden District or some unique restaurants but the French Quarter is all a great walk. Riverboat Cruise is worth the money & don’t miss Beignets at Cafe du Mondrian - other places have then but worth the line wait if there is one. Great City, great food & great music.