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We were on our way home and stopped in New Orleans for the night. There is no easy way to pull up to the hotel. No driveway or covered awning. No bellhop came to help us unload. My husband went inside to grab a cart...More
You cannot go wrong with the Astor-New Orleans! Great location, friendly service, and nice rooms. I have stayed at this location on a couple occasions and each stay was great. First stay we were on the Bourbon Street corner of the building and we did...More
Stayed there for one night- very comfortable room, fantastic location, and very impressive lobby! But what impressed us the most was the concierge service provided by Michele. We needed advice on where to go and what to do; and she took the time to really...More
Located on the corner of Canal and Bourbon Streets, this is an ideal location for exploring New Orleans. Rooms are clean and large but do show signs of wear. We found the staff to be pleasant and friendly. I would have given the property a...More
On departure we had to wait 3.5 hours to get our car, while most of the guests got their car in 20-30 minutes. The valet service is simply horrible. They kept us lying that the car is on it's way to the hotel, so we...More
$82 - $344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#28 Luxury Hotel in New Orleans
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