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It began by putting me in a room that was already occuppied. No water in the lobby New Orleans is a hot humid city and a little water in the lobby would have been nice. Didnt stay the whole time. Tried to tell them upon...More
This is a fabulous hotel. All staff are at the top of their game. Very professional. The room was quite comfortable and the bathroom was large and even had a vanity mirror for makeup. I loved that.
We had problems at 2 am with the...More
Stayed here during Jazzfest for the first time. Nice hotel, great staff and clean rooms. We loved the fun lobby with drinks, music, they sold jazzfest tshirts and even umbrellas and ponchos as it was a rainy weekend. Speaking of which it's nice that you...More
We attended the VFW National Convention and stayed at the Sheraton New Orleans. The hotel was extremely nice. There was some delay getting in as the traffic for the valet parking was backed up but there was a huge crowd. The check in process was...More
Wi-Fi expensive (A touch that could be added with stay) and 4 star rating is overrated. Towels were paper and other touches that could be there were lacking. Just an ok hotel in my opinion. Ate at the bar a few times and was pretty...More
$117 - $361 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#26 Luxury Hotel in New Orleans
#48 Business Hotel in New Orleans
#59 Romantic Hotel in New Orleans
#71 Family Hotel in New Orleans
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