Stayed in the hotel for one night and it was the worst experience. The room had no window; the carpet had holes it it and a few stains. There was almost no light in the room because two light bulbs were out. The same situation with the bathroom, two of the lights didn't work. The shower Curtain was covered with mildew and looked like it has been used for a few years. TV looked prehistorical as well. Sheets were wrinkled and had HAIR on them. My husband and I called downstairs and asked the front desk clerk to send a housekeeper to change sheets. The clerk stated that all of the housekeepers left and that he would bring the sheets when he is done checking somebody in. After about 15 min of waiting I called the front desk again and requested clean sheets. In a few minutes the clerk brought the sheets and didn't even apologize for the sheets being dirty. When my husband tried to put " clean" sheets on bed, we noticed that they were completely wet. I called the front desk back and requested clean and dry sheets. After we finely went to bed, we received a call from downstairs again. We answered the phone, but nobody spoke. In about an hour we received a new call from downstairs, and the from guy stated that he accidentally dialed out room number. Needless to say,we didn't get any sleep that night. Never again I will stay there and wouldn't recommend anybody to go near it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Pelham Hotel is in the heart of what you come to New Orleans for. Only minutes from the French Quarter, Harrah's Casino, the Riverwalk and the Warehouse District, distinctive styling, uncompromised convenience and a friendly staff await you. Historically located on a site that was formerly the plantation of Jean Baptist Lemoyne de Bienville, founder of New Orleans, the Pelham Hotel offers a grand scale of personal service and attention to detail in an intimate boutique setting reminiscent of old-world European grace. The hotel offers the luxurious living standards of elegant New Orleans combined with personal attention and an unwavering commitment to your happiness. This historic landmark hotel offers 60 uniquely appointed guestrooms featuring grand 18-foot ceilings, original old brick walls, crown molding and 10-foot-tall windows. Each room is fitted in imported white linens, duvets and antique furnishings. In-room amenities include a self-programmable safe, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and radio alarm clocks with iPod/MP3 connections. Marble floors, granite vanity tops and curved shower rods adorn each bathroom. Adjacent to the Pelham Hotel is the highly acclaimed Ruby Slipper Restaurant, featuring local flavors such as BBQ Shrimp & Grits and Bananas Foster Pain Perdu along with traditional favorites for breakfast and lunch. Surf the web or catch up on some work with peace of mind as all guests of the Pelham Hotel can enjoy free wireless Internet access! Hotel is 100% Smoke-Free. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Pelham Hotel New Orleans
- Pelham Hotel New Orleans
- Pelham New Orleans