I brought my family to New Orleans since I thought they could enjoy the hotel and the city since my days at a week long conference would be quite long. We have had car troubles and harrowing snow and ice through 4 states, drove 19 hours on an 1100+ mile trip. All we looked forward to was a relaxing stay.
I'm a Starwoods member and this is what I'd like to know...WHY a hotel on the caliber of the Sheraton use double beds rather than queen size beds in their rooms?? It's our first night and 4 people in 2 double (full size) beds was absolutely M I S E R A B L E. The extra 6 inches of a queen bed WOULD HAVE MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE! If the goal is to make people comfortable and happy - they should have splurged on the queen beds.
Eight days like this at a rack rate of $350+ a night...I dunno. Tempted to leave and go find a Homewood Suites or something. Don't get me wrong, it's a beautiful hotel, centrally located and nicely appointed rooms - albeit a little small. But if you have a family of more than TWO - fuhgeddaboudit! Stay somewhere where you can have a little more room and BIGGER BEDS - or a king for the grown ups and a pullout for the kiddies. I'm stuck here because of my conference.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sheraton New Orleans Hotel is on the historic Canal Street streetcar line adjacent to the French Quarter and is ideal for conventions and special events, with over 105,000 sq ft of meeting space including a 28,000 sq ft ballroom. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton New Orleans Hotel New Orleans
- New Orleans Sheraton