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The hotel is located on the corner of Canal Street and Bourban street. Easy to walk to all the action and great resturaunts. Please tell the front desk at Check in NOT to put you next to the elevators. They kept me up all night!!!...More
Was met by the friendly valet staff out front and ushered inside to check in. Check in process was very quick and painless with a great job done by front desk staff to explain the hotels features and amenities.
Had a fifth floor Bourbon Street...More
Response from Ivy L, Manager at Crowne Plaza Hotel Astor-New OrleansResponded January 8, 2018
Thank you for the awesome review! I am glad that we made your stay in New Orleans a fun and enjoyable one.
Director of Operations
Astor Crowne Plaza is a gem in the French quarter. The location is fantastic but beyond that the service of the PBX operators were incredible. Erica Broussard and Michell Mercadel and Cheryl DAVIS pbx operators made this day great. Anytime I needed anything I call...More
This is a very nice Crowne Plaza property. Rooms are first class and the hotel has all the amenities of any other great hotel. The hotel is located at the corner of Canal & Bourbon Streets in the French Quarter. AND you can catch the...More
We had a terrible Airbnb experience and needed to find an alternative place to sleep at the last minute. We found this hotel on Priceline.com at a real bargain! From the moment we checked in to the moment we left, everything was perfect. The staff...More
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I don’t specifically know the answer. They have always been very amenable to requests. My suggestion would be first to look at their website, and if that doesn’t give you the answer, just call the front desk.