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Great hotel and fantastic staff. We booked at the last minute but still got a great rate. The room was spotless and even though we slept in, the staff left a large bag full of towels, wash cloths, hand towels, soap, coffee, etc. tied to...More
We are currently staying one night in this hotel and were pleasantly surprised for our dollar. I booked online 3 hours prior to arriving and we were greeted with a lovely warm reception. My three main expectations when checking into a hotel is 1/ clean.......More
I was in town for a conference and booked at the Lafayette to experience New Orleans charm. The lobby was nice, as was the furniture in the room, but the rest of the facility was pretty disappointing. There were uncaulked dry wall screw holes in...More
I came for a business meeting. When I arrived, my room wasn't ready so I was told to check back in 45 min. I came back two hours later but the electronic key card system wasn't functioning. After waiting, I had to be let in...More
First time in New Orleans. Went for my fiance's birthday. Researched A LOT of hotels. Found this one for a reasonable price ($99 a night). Loved the location and the photos were awe-inspiring. But when we got there, we were not-so-pleasantly surprised. The room left...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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$88 - $255 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#48 Family Hotel in New Orleans
#82 Romantic Hotel in New Orleans
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Hi Chelsi, The Lafayette Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel. If you are concerned about allergies, you might try one of our sister hotels where pets are not permitted: Place d'Armes, Hotel St. Marie, French Market Inn, and Prince... More
Hi Chelsi, The Lafayette Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel. If you are concerned about allergies, you might try one of our sister hotels where pets are not permitted: Place d'Armes, Hotel St. Marie, French Market Inn, and Prince Conti Hotel.
The Lafayette Hotel only has one main entrance and it does go through the lobby. The hotel also has a parking lot located directly across the street from the hotel. Guests can reserve rooms that have street-side balconies by... More
The Lafayette Hotel only has one main entrance and it does go through the lobby. The hotel also has a parking lot located directly across the street from the hotel. Guests can reserve rooms that have street-side balconies by calling the hotel or visiting the hotel’s website. I hope this helps!