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With a stay at The Pontchartrain in New Orleans (Garden District), you'll be convenient to Coliseum Square and Mercedes-Benz Superdome. This historic inn is within close proximity of Rink Shopping Center and St. Mary's Assumption Church. Make yourself at home in one of the 82 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireles...
Overall Rating - Excellent - 229 reviews
The room at the Poncha train was very nicely renovated.
I did however encounter a couple of unwanted insect friends, in the form of a waterbug.The room was nicely furnished, very clean and spacious.
The room was very spacious and clean. The staff especially,Thomas was excellent.
For the prince parking should be included, and each room needs an iron.
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With a stay at Inn on Ursulines, you'll be centrally located in New Orleans, steps from Gallier House and Beauregard-Keyes House. This romantic inn is within close proximity of Old Ursuline Convent and Historic Voodoo Museum. Make yourself at home in one of the 15 air-conditioned rooms featuring MP3 docking stations and flat-screen televisions. Your pillowto...
||||Good - 1154 reviews|
The Chateau is a quaint hotel in the heart of the French Quarter. The 48 rooms, which are newly refurbished, overlook the courtyard with pool and patio or the streets of the quarter. We offer complimentary breakfast and morning paper delivered to the room daily. Also there is secured off street parking
Overall Rating - Good - 1154 reviews
Staff was very helpful and polite! Small rooms, but we don't ever spend too much time in there, so that was far from a concern. Was an older hotel, but very comfortable.
Right in the middle of the French quarter. Quaint and old fashion. great a/c. Friendly staff.
No elevator but only two stories.
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With a stay at Inn on St. Peter, you'll be centrally located in New Orleans, steps from Congo Square and Louis Armstrong Park. This romantic inn is within close proximity of Basin St. Station Visitor Information Cultural Center and Preservation Hall. Make yourself at home in one of the 29 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring MP3 docking stations and...
Overall Rating - Excellent - 2 reviews
Loved that the building kept so much of the historic feel while updating the rooms with modern comfort. There were no major frills, but everything that was there was good quality. The bed was very comfortable, there was unlimited coffee, tea, and cocoa K cups with keurigs in each room. We had a 2nd floor room, all of which have french doors opening onto the patio with tables and chairs, a lovely place to sit and relax. The french doors were able to both be unlocked and left open to let the air in. The staff was very willing to help and were very enjoyable to interact with. The location is great. It's close to a lot of great things, and a moderate walk to others in the quarter without being right in the middle of the craziness of Bourbon St. Bonus points, they know the french quarter is loud at all hours and provide complimentary packs of ear plugs for those of us who are light sleepers.
I thought some of the staff were a little unprofessional with the conversations amongst themselves while in the public areas, but not at all something I would even hold against them, the rest of the experience was so nice. The power happened to go out one evening in the quarter while we were there (luckily for only a few hours). I was surprised in such an old town that the Inn wasn't prepared for such an event with flashlights or candles for the occupants.
The location was great. The hotel was located just a few blocks from Bourbon Street. It was a short walk to Bourbon Street or Jackson Square, but far enough away that you didn't hear any noise from Bourbon Street at night. The hotel provided Aveda bath products and were generous with addiitonal bottles when more were needed. We stayed in a two bedroom suite which had access (you had to climb out the window, but it wasn't a big deal) to a beautiful balcony with tables and chairs overlooking St. Peter.
Being in the French Quarter, this was an older building. The bedroom that was directly over St. Peter was noisy as you heard the nightly parade of street cleaners, garbage trucks, etc. But, I'm also a very light sleeper.
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