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Le Pavillon Hotel
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Reviewed May 17, 2012

Always have to take a property that is over 100 years old with a grain of salt (small rooms,bathrooms) this property was nice overall. Moderately friendly staff, good fitness center with fresh fruit, cold water and rooftop pool area. Had breakfast one morning - nice but not the best (table area was dirty as was the utensils). The location is good for biz and French Quarter (close and quiet) Again NOLA is about the charm and culture of this city so if the hotel is the focus of your experience you missed out on a great town to explore. Plenty of huge box properties nearby. PB&J at 10pm in the lobby is priceless! Thanks for a nice stay I will return.

Room Tip: Highfloor - 9th floor also has walking access to pool and fitness center
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled on business
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1  Thank Stoweboard
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

We stayed here last week for five nights when we visited NOLA for the Jazz Festival. My husband and I always look for small, boutique-type hotels and this seemed to fit the bill. The hotel is a historical property, the common rooms, bar and especially the dining room are really beautiful. The front desk staff was very friendly and the concierge was extremely knowledgeable and helpful.
Rooms and bathrooms are clean and well-appointed, but small. The bed was very comfortable, they must have upgraded their mattresses because we didn't experience anything like some of the previous reviewers.
The hotel is in a perfect location - walking distance to the French Quarter and two blocks from the St. Charles streetcar which leads to the Garden District.
My husband had informed the hotel that it was my birthday, and when we came home one night, there was a tray on the bed with a beautiful chocolate cake and champagne! It was a lovely touch.
My only complaint was with the "$20.00" breakfast buffet. We decided to have the buffet and were shown to a wonderful table near the window. When we were seated, the waiter asked if we would like coffee or juice, we ordered both. When we received the bill, it was almost $30.00 per person for the buffet. When we inspected the bill, we discovered that we were charged for the coffee and juice. We were surprised, having eaten at many, many breakfast buffets and brunches over the years, we have never once been charged for coffee or juice. At the very least, the waiters should tell people this up front.
I would probably stay at this hotel again, but there are certainly better places to have breakfast.

Room Tip: Rooms on the upper floor are quiet.
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Lynn B
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

We stayed here for my Girlfriends birthday for 4 nights. This hotel is reasonably priced and decorated in old French antiques that really set the mood for my first visit to New Orleans! The staff was incredibly helpful as well courteous. As for location, the hotel couldnt be situated in a better location and still be quiet and peaceful. Being just inside the Business district meant that the hotel is close to all the action and the Canal Street Trolleys, yet still in an area that calms down and goes to sleep at night! My only complaint would be the restaurant. with so much fantastic food in NOLA dont bother to eat at the hotel, at least for dinner, it was underwhelming. Oh yeah, check out the rooftop pool too!! Its not made for doing laps, but has an amazing view of the city!

Room Tip: If youre into ghosts this hotel is supposedly haunted. Their "official" report says there are spirits on the 3rd and 9th floors as well as in the restaurant! Ask the Concierge for a copy of the report!
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank bluecarrot
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Reviewed May 6, 2012

We stayed here during Jazz Fest. It is a beautufully-appointed, small hotel with smart, attentive, and friendly staff. Our room was small but it was large enough for our purposes. We found that everything we wanted to do was within walking distance or only a short cab ride away. And, though we usually steer clear of hotel food, a sudden torrential downpour upon our arrival at the hotel prompted us to eat the lunch buffet which was very tasty (big thumbs up for the baked fish and bread pudding). Breakfast there was good too - outstanding buttermilk biscuits. We'll definitely stay there again.

  • Stayed: May 2012
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3  Thank GalleyCookNYC
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Reviewed May 4, 2012

Stayed here for 8 days woken up 3 of those days at 06.15 by staff setting up meeting rooms banging in the kitchen and trollies running back and forth outside the rooms and the management did next to nothing and did not keep refund promise.why they have rooms on this floor I just dont understand apart from it making them money there is no thought for the customer.rooms look good but very poor cleaning dirty laundry covered in dust had been there years behind draws under TV so if anything of yours drops behind like mine just throw it away.

most of staff are ok food ok rooms ok location ok but do not book a room on the 2nd floor walls are paper thin so expect to here all that goes on next to you and you would not have the noise to put up with at 06.15 in the morning if I returned to New Orleans I would stay at another hotel.

Room Tip: dont touch the 2nd floor if you want to sleep or just choose another hotel
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Paul H
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