Value for money
Distance to city center
|New Orleans Louis Armstrong|
Distance to airport
|"THE OTHER STAFF Was great!"||(in 85 reviews)|
|"Pool area nice and very secure!"||(in 43 reviews)|
|"Clean and close to French Quarter."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"not enough hot water."||(in 33 reviews)|
|"Air conditioning didn’t get cold."||(in 23 reviews)|
|"The room was dirty."||(in 137 reviews)|
|rooms was dirty||in 363 reviews|
|rude staff||in 206 reviews|
|best hotel||in 129 reviews|
|great location||in 120 reviews|
|hot water||in 117 reviews|
|pool area||in 102 reviews|
|nice and the lobby||in 76 reviews|
|air conditioning||in 64 reviews|
|price was good||in 56 reviews|
|french quarter||in 37 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 33 reviews|
|bathroom door||in 15 reviews|
|screen tv||in 12 reviews|
|new orleans||in 9 reviews|
|needs some repair||in 6 reviews|
|vending machines||in 5 reviews|
Worst Place Ever
The lady on third shift was really nice. It was close to Superdome.
First room smelled of Pot, the people next to us were smoking it heavily. The second room heater did not work and there were roaches and bugs everywhere. The elevators were broken. The place looked nothing like the pictures. Homeless guy sleeping the lounge area. This place is just and in and out for drugs and prostitution. I had two children with me. I have never stayed in something so awful. If i would have had the extra money. i would have found somewhere else to stay.
Dirty, room wasn't ready when we arrived at check in. Not a good part of town, half mile walk to anything. Did not apologize for any of their wrongdoings and we are still fighting them for a refund.
Not only was this hotel situated in a very dangerous neighborhood (Tulane Ave is notorious for gangland shootings), but the property manager failed to provide basic amenities (didn't have running hot water). When I confronted her about her shortsiding, she failed to provide a refund and had a very nasty attitude towards me. I would recommend travelers to stay far away from this establishment at all costs.
There were beds and there was a roof. Sorta.
No customer service. Lucky if you walk out WITHOUT being yelled at. Shady with your credit card. I had to dispute a charge they made without telling me. The elevator was broken and we were on the 4th floor. Maybe I'm spoiled but I usually expect more than a nod and a blank stare when I talk to someone who is supposed to be a customer service rep.
You get what you pay for.
The staff was very polite and professional. The location was great because we were going to Voodoo Fest which was held in City Park. Easy less than $10 cab ride. The beds were reasonably comfortable.
The area was sketchy. We arrived at night and were not sure we were at the right place. The carpet did not appear to have been vacuumed. The room was very bare bones as far as decor, which is fine because it was very, very inexpensive. The shower drain was gross and clearly clogged.
Stay as far away as humanly possible from this hor
Absolutely nothing even remotely acceptable about this "hotel".
Horrible Staff Uncomfortable beds. Cleanliness nonexistent. Shower didn't work. Windows didn't lock. Dirty everything. Too expensive for what it is. How it's still in business is beyond my friends and I. Some people gave this place more than one star??? Only reason they get one from me it's because I can't give them a negative star rating. Did i mentioned the staffs lack of professionalism? A simple attempt on being kind to the people that have contributed to the fact that you're still employed would suffice.
Room was filthy and had bed bugs.
It was humiliation to have to stay there.
Not safe. Don't go there. Prostitution. Broken down rooms.
I got a non smoking room but the room smelled like cigarettes, the sheets had scorch marks, some of the outlets didn't work and no internet
gritty and underfunded, but I've stayed in worse.
The price was better than others within the distance to the quarter. You get a little bit edgier look at the city. The outer brickwork is charming. It has potential, but looks like it needs a lot of funding to bring it up to snuff. The bed was clean and comfortable.
Lights didn't work, carpet and walls are gross, no bathroom vent, never had enough towels and staff couldn't get more, 3am street brawl at the night club next door...
This place had a bed and a roof ...
The carpet was wet when we got there and it never dried out. The bathroom was disturbingly gross. The jacuzzi was a large wet ashtray.
Filthy, no one cleaned our room for 9 days! Most disgusting place ever.
availability of towels, parking, the lack of clean sheets on the bed
The staff was very friendly and helpful
The room was poorly cleaned. My room was also without windows.
I have often stayed at poor budget hotels, but this was the absolute worst. Do not stay here, unless sleeping on the stree is your only other option.
Area of town wasn't the best. No towels in the bathroom, but a great little dive bar across the street.
no heat in room, very unclean, smelly, smoke alarm disconnected, bad paint job
The price. That's about it.
Yes. The rooms were very unclean. Two towels with no floor towel for the bathroom is way too few. No washclothes. Ice machines didn't work. Shower had not been scrubbed in a very, very long time. Fire alarm was pulled twice one night.
The staff was so nice. I would recomend this hotel to anyone who wants to stay near New Orleans on a budget.
Located in New Orleans (Mid-City), Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans is within a 5-minute drive of Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System. Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in New Orleans? This hotel has 2500 square feet (232 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans is located at 3900 Tulane Avenue in Mid-City, 2.3 miles from the center of New Orleans. Metairie Cemetery is the closest landmark to Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans.
Yes, Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans offers free parking.
No, Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans is 9.2 miles from New Orleans Louis Armstrong. Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans is 68.8 miles from Gulfport Biloxi Regional.
No, pets are not allowed at Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans.
Yes, Midtown Hotel - Downtown New Orleans has a pool onsite.