Stayed here for weekend full of football games in the Dome. Location is super with access to both the Dome and the Quarter. Rooms were kind of small with some age showing (wallpaper peeling off walls). Not uncommon for a lot of downtown hotels. Bar/lobby was nice. Staff was very nice and accommodating. Certainly less expensive than the Ritz and the Roosevelt, but still a little high for the room. If you are not planning on hanging around the hotel for long periods of time, certainly a decent property.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Capture the incomparable spirit of New Orleans with a big, easy stay at Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area Hotel. Set in the heart of the legendary French Quarter, our boutique New Orleans hotel provides a one-of-a-kind experience with floors and conference rooms named for jazz greats. Modern amenities seamlessly blend with the splendor of our mid-1920s building. Relax in style in well-appointed rooms boasting photography from local artists. A state-of-the-art conference center provides nearly 7,000 square feet of sophisticated New Orleans business and conference space to keep professionals on task and productive. We're also an ideal choice for a New Orleans wedding reception with onsite planners ready to assist! Break a sweat in the fitness center, or take it easy in our stylish lounge. Let us help you create lasting memories and extraordinary experiences during your stay at our boutique New Orleans hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Renaissance New Orleans
- New Orleans Renaissance