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The Pelham Hotel

New Orleans, LA, US (MSY)

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Based on 497 reviews
Reminiscent of an English Manor Estate, The Pelham Hotel furnishings will take you back in time to an era of European granduer.
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dxl 2 dbl beds

Deluxe Two Double Beds

  • Two Double Beds
  • Cable TV
  • Hair Dryers
  • Irons / Ironing Boards
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dlx king rm

Deluxe King Room

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  • One King Bed
  • Cable TV
  • Hair Dryers
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Traditional Guest Room

  • One Queen Bed
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The Pelham Hotel
444 Common Street, New Orleans, LA US 70130

The Pelham Hotel offers the luxurious living standards of elegant New Orleans, combined with an ideal location nestled between the businesses of downtown and the beauty of the French Quarter. Enter through a warmly ornate lobby with a cozy seating area and old world décor. The grand scale of personal service and attention sets this boutique hotel apart from all others.

The European style historic landmark hotel offers 60 rooms, classically appointed guest rooms in European style. Other interesting features include 18 foot ceilings, original old brick walls, crown molding and 10 foot tall windows. Each of the guest rooms is fitted with European white linens, antique European furnishings, in room safes, and marble and granite bathrooms. Variety rooms vary in style including 4 poster king size and queen size beds.

The highly acclaimed Ruby Slipper is situated on the corner of the Pelham Hotel, offering all your traditional breakfast and lunch favorites.

NOTE - THIS PROPERTY IS 100 percent SMOKE FREE

Small enough to provide the grand scale of personal attention you deserve from our friendly staff who will help you in recommending the New Orleans Experience, the Pelham Hotel surrounds you with personal indulgences.

AMENITIES:
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • 25 inch T.V or larger
  • AAA Approved
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Cable
  • Desk/Work Area
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Hair Dryer
  • Housekeeping
  • Interior Corridors
  • Ironing Board
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Parking (Fee)
  • Private Bath
  • Radio
  • Wake-Up Service
  • Wireless Internet
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 497 reviews
from Mariel1405
Submitted on 17-05-2016
The hotel is located within walking distance from the French Quarter. They have parking for $35 per night. They will take your keys and take your car to a secure location. Check in was quick. The hotel lobby is beautiful. The room (with window) was comfortable but a bit outdated. Like putting the mini fridge on top of a dresser and having a flat screen tv hanging on the wall (way up). The rooms can be fixed up and still maintain that boutique hotel charm.
from Palmyra, NJ
Submitted on 20-05-2016
This is a small hotel in a beautiful building, beautifully furnished. It's in a good location. The bed was comfortable. That's the end of the positives, unfortunately. The first, and huge turnoff, was Troy giving me a power sell on tours when I checked in, even going so far as to tell me that I only had until 8:30 p.m. to decide. It's true there's a Keurig in the lobby, but only with the chemical "creamer" and with fruit flies circling the area. The windowless room was like a coffin, nothi... Read more
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Submitted on 20-05-2016
We stayed in April and the people on the desk are great. Robert was wonderful, so friendly and helpful. A shout out to the person on nights too, very friendly. The rooms are very clean and bright. We had a fridge and a safe but you can get coffee downstairs in the lobby. The Ruby Slipper is close for breakfast or lunch and the hotel is in a good location. It's a short cab ride or walk to Bourbon Street or other tourist spots. it just has the old New Orleans charm that I love. Thanks!! I
from southport
Submitted on 22-05-2016
This Hotel is in a great location just a short walk from all the attractions New Orleans has to offer. Our room was spacious and very quiet, so we could unwind after a long day out seeing the sights taking in the sounds and unfortunately smells of the city...(to be fare it was only a certain location that the smell was all pervading..). The staff in the hotel Keenya, Robert and Troy were very friendly and helpful when asked any questions and my wife has a tendency to ask lots of questions.. I wo... Read more
from Rotorua, New Zealand
Submitted on 25-05-2016
Lovely high ceiling Art Deco style hotel. Quiet street just far enough away from the craziness of Bourbon Street. Boutique. Clean. Liked it a lot. Short walk to the French Quarter. Would recommend if you are looking for something rather than a big fancy hotel.
from Blue Ridge, Virginia
Submitted on 26-05-2016
We recently stayed at The Pelham to attend National KidWind Competition and International Wind Energy Conference. Very elegant nostalgic hotel. Clean rooms. Friendly courteous staff. Beds were very clean and comfortable. No breakfast at hotel. We ate breakfast at The Ruby Slipper right next door. Delicious and affordable for a family. USA today Newspaper delivered each am outside your room door. Plenty of brochures on local things to do and see in the lobby. Didn't get to do any sightsee... Read more
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Submitted on 31-05-2016
The Hotel was nice and comfortable but rooms felt tight and lobby was small, small enough you may be waiting outside to check in, the front desk lady is rude, no coffee makers in room, have to stand in line in the lobby for a small cup of coffee out of a kurieg maker with one type of coffee and your window view is of a parking lot if your lucky or of a graffiti painted building, 2 elevators both slow as molasses, valet drivers are hard on your vehicles, you have to pay 35.00 a day to park your c... Read more
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 08-06-2016
My mother and I took a belated mother's day trip to New Orleans and after much research we decided to stay at the Pelham. I couldn't find a bad review and now I see why. The Pelham had all of the charming comforts of a boutique hotel, almost as if you were staying in someone's old, beautiful house. We did request an exterior room, as I wanted to have windows, so if that is important to you just make sure that is what you're booking. We had two insanely comfy, four-poster beds and we enjoyed comi... Read more
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Submitted on 09-06-2016
We stayed at the Pelham for two nights and it was wonderful. The room was so incredibly beautiful that it kind of look our breath away. The room was decorated with the most amazing and original dog paintings and the bed was gigantic! Troy checked us in who was just an absolute delight and so friendly and helpful. Just a ten minute walk to the French Quarter/Frenchmen Street and just off Canal Street. We walked everywhere. Great value for money.
from Houston, Texas
Submitted on 13-06-2016
The hotel is in a a great location; it is within walking distance of the french quarter and the river walk and you don't have to deal with the noise and traffic of the french quarter. The hotel has a very quaint appeal, but the rooms are small and the closet only opens three quarters because the bed is positioned right in front of the closet. The room was also freezing because there was no control of the temperature on the thermostat; it was either on or off. There is no full-length mirror in th... Read more
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Submitted on 27-06-2016
We just returned from New Orleans and I couldn't wait to tell about this classic hotel! The room was outstanding....very clean and had everything we needed. The location is very convenient...just a short walk to the trolley and close to Harrah's if you are interested. The staff was amazing. Troy was eager to recommend tours, dining suggestions and even provided discount coupons. Housekeeping staff was delightful. Having breakfast next door at The Ruby Slipper is a must!! We will return soon!
from Georgia
Submitted on 28-06-2016
We decided on The Pelham after reading several reviews, we weren't exactly sure what to expect but were pleasantly surprised. Even though the hotel is small, it has a lot of character. Our room had two queen beds, very comfortable and good pillows! I will say that our phone chargers didn't stay in the outlets too well.. not sure exactly why, but it didn't bother us! I do wish the bathroom would have had an extra shelf or hanging rod on the wall so you could hang up wet towels, the one over the t... Read more
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Submitted on 11-07-2016
Beautiful hotel with vintage charm and convenient location. Walking distance to French Quarter, Trolley lines, and restaurants. Staff friendly and helpful, particularly Troy and Barry. Highly recommended!
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 12-07-2016
I was pleasantly surprised to find this cute boutique hotel close to most of the attractions in NOLA. It is perfectly located within walking distance to French Quarter and Bourbon Street but at the same time away from the crowd and loud noise as well. There are unlimited restaurant options and cafes too. The public transport is one block away. The staff was good and so were the rooms as well. However would recommend to get a room with window.
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Submitted on 14-07-2016
I was visiting New Orleans during the July 4th/Essence festival weekend so hotel prices were jacked up! I was going to stay across the street at the Best Western, but found a lower price with the Pelham at the last minute. Initially, I was little concerned about the size of my room and the fact that it had no windows. However once I saw my room, it was cool. A room with a window wouldn't have had a good view anyway. Plus no window, meant better sleep. lol The rooms weren't the most modern, li... Read more
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Submitted on 19-07-2016
We enjoyed a few nights at the Pelham and thoroughly enjoyed it! The location is excellent, it's just one block away from Canal street so we didn't need our car at all during our stay. The receptionist was very helpful when we arrived, giving us local information about where to go for lunch and telling us about a tour we could go on. We couldn't check in until 3 but were able to leave our car with the valet parking and our luggage at reception. When we checked into our room, we were pleasantly s... Read more
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Submitted on 22-07-2016
The location was very convenient and the most an Uber cost was 10 dollars if we wanted to get around but the average was 5. We checked in early and the room was ready and exactly what I ordered. When we checked out early, a signature was needed and I was on my way. We could walk to the ww2 museum and several convenience stores around. It was really hot but the hotel had amazing air conditioning and the water from the shower was great pressure. The bed was stiff and tall but everything else is an... Read more
from Columbus, MS
Submitted on 22-07-2016
Our granddaughter and I stayed in this wonderful hotel. I knew nothing about this hotel by we loved the location, cost and website. The room was huge, 4 poster comfortable beds and helpful staff. We will stay here again. The Resturant was The Ruby Slipper that connects to the hotel. Excellent brunch menu and food.
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Submitted on 23-07-2016
I got a room with no window, but that's not that bad. The room and the bathroom are quite spacious. The bed is big, soft and comfortable, I fell asleep almost immediately after my head touched pillows :) The staffs are very nice. The hotel is next to Ruby's slipper, you can have breakfast there. And it's also close to the French Quarter, just about 5-10 minutes walk. I would recommend this hotel.
from Waynesboro
Submitted on 26-07-2016
This hotel was a very nice find and although it is not in the French quarter it is such a short walk away. In fact, it is a short walk from most everything. It is clean and very charming. The Ruby Slipper is a café next door that has the most amazing breakfast but go early because the crowd lines up for it fast! The staff was great and helped us organize a few tours that picked us up right in front of the hotel. The rooms were well kept but small. Good find and great location! Highly rec... Read more
from Decatur, Illinois
Submitted on 26-07-2016
The desk clerk ( forgot to write his name) was extremely funny and down to earth. Very professional. Helpful with suggestions for eating out and sight seeing. Would love to visit again in near future.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 28-07-2016
I absolutely love this hotel. The staff and management are always pleasant, the rooms are clean and the price is right! The location is perfect. It's not a Marriott or Hilton which is another reason to love this hotel. It truly reflects the essence of New Orleans in an intimate and personal setting. You cannot go wrong with this hotel.
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Submitted on 02-08-2016
Troy the hostess was very well organized an very helpful in planning our stay. I would Highly recommend staying at The Pelham Hotel. They booked our tours and explained in detail what to expect in them. Troy is joyful and full of life and willing to help any way to ensure you enjoy your stay. Highly recommend you experience The Pelham.
from Fayetteville, Arkansas
Submitted on 05-08-2016
My husband and I loved this hotel. It was beautiful inside. The rooms had high ceilings. The artwork in the lobby was beautiful. This hotel was in a great location. It was on a quiet street just a block from Canal St. There was a store close. The Pelham was also close to many great restaurants. The Ruby Slipper shares a building with The Pelham. Mother's is just a few blocks away also. The price for this hotel was also reasonable!
from Sassari, Italy
Submitted on 09-08-2016
If you visit NOLA, then just Stay at the Pelham: the best choice. You want be disappointed. IT is so stylish and very much in tune with the NO 1700style! The lobby is furnished and decorated according to a late 1700 touch which takes you back in time to the fabulous French Revolution age. My room was wow! No windows but it was a kind of junior suite with all the amenities and a huge bathroom and furnished like I said above. Great value for money and just one block from the French Quarter and t... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 11-08-2016
I loved the hotel and the staff was friendly. Big perks were location to the French Quarter and The Ruby Slipper. Go to The Ruby Slipper to eat...it's a must. I would definitely stay here again...my only complaint was the air conditioner (reason for 4 stars and not 5). The room was set up where it blew on our faces and we all felt kind of crappy in the morning. On the last night we just kept it warmer and I felt fine in the morning. Thanks for a great visit!
from Blaine, Washington
Submitted on 24-08-2016
Hotels in NOLA can be a crapshoot. You want to be close to the action, but not be bothered by the noise (& debauchery) of it when you want to sleep. I picked this place because of its location and price (comparable to others in the area that had NO charm, it was a steal) I really loved this place! The staff was friendly & helpful. The room was charming, if oddly laid out. It was within walking distance of pretty much all we wanted to do (Bourbon St, The Quarter, Superdome, Beignets). I loved th... Read more
from Siler City, North Carolina
Submitted on 26-08-2016
We liked this hotel overall and it was good value...except when you added the cost of parking each night ($30/night), it wasn't quite such great value. Although we were told we could have the car within 5-10 minutes at any time, we tended not to want to go through the hassle and so just left the car parked most of the time. The staff was helpful and the room clean and comfortable. The beds were very high! The Ruby Slipper next door was great for breakfast/brunch and it was easy to walk to Canal ... Read more
from Colt, Arkansas
Submitted on 31-08-2016
Wonderful placed to stay !! Just make sure you park your car in a cheaper place!!! Its $30.00 a night there. Close to everything but not to close so you can enjoy the quiet! Great location. Very helpful staff and clean!!
from Franklinton, Louisiana
Submitted on 07-09-2016
We like to stay here for the various meetings we have in downtown New Orleans. It is convenient to the CBD and the French Quarter, the rooms are charming and very up to date and the staff very New Orleans...savvy, colorful, helpful, professional. Valet parking available. The Ruby Slipper next door is terrific for breakfast and/or lunch.
from Farmingdale, New York
Submitted on 14-09-2016
We stayed in this hotel for 2 nights and it was alright. We got a great value 165$ on 2 weekdays for a windowless room. The room itself was somewhat cramped but very clean. Not having Windows it was alittle upsetting because we didn't have a working bathroom exhaust fan. 70$ for valet (35$ each day) was an only option because the nearest parking garage was too far to carry luggage back and forth. So if I were to go back I would search for a more expensive hotel with free parking... The hotel its... Read more
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Submitted on 16-09-2016
Great boutique hotel. Only few blocks from the French Quarter, Casino, Streetcar line, Canal Street. Friendly staff. Lively rooms. Free wifi. Reasonably priced. Would definitely stay again. Terrific restaurant attached...Red Slipper. Open for breakfast and lunch only...appeared busy for both.
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Submitted on 20-09-2016
We stayed 4 nights and enjoyed our stay very much at the Pelham Hotel, with its very friendly and helpful staff. The hotel is located very centrally to all the attractions: the French Quarter and Harrahs are just steps away. There's no need for a car, as the streetcar is a block away on St Charles Ave. This will take you to the Garden district and Uptown; a lovely day out and would highly recommend . If you like European Boutique Hotels, you will enjoy staying at the Pelham Hotel, we had 2 ro... Read more
from Toulouse, France
Submitted on 28-09-2016
Very disappointing place. Tiny rooms compared to what you can see on the pictures on their website. For our part, we booked the hotel on Booking because it offered better deals; maybe that's why we got the smallest room with no window! There was no real lights in the room, which always made it very dark (not easy if you want to look for something in your suitcase for exemple...). Regarding the personal at the reception. We met really nice persons, but also not friendly people that didn't even ca... Read more
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 06-10-2016
Although close to the French Quarter, Canal St, and other attractions, this hotel is in a quiet location, with double-glazed windows. Just one block from the main street - Canal St. The hotel is very clean, the staff are very friendly, and an added bonus is Ruby Slipper restaurant right next door. Fantastic for breakfast because of the internal door from Pelham to Ruby Slipper. (Be early for breakfast - the line stretches down the street from about 8 am). Although we were allocated the wrong roo... Read more
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Submitted on 06-10-2016
We stayed here for 3 nights and overall it was great. The location is a hug plus, it's close to the main attractions of New Orleans, close to the French Quarter, Harrah's Casino is close by and you're right on the streetcar route. The hotel is quaint, boutique looking and has a nice theme throughout. Very clean, no issues with staff or service. We had a room with two queen beds for the three of us, it was a very small room, smaller than we'd expected and it was difficult with 3 large suitcases... Read more
from Mobile, Alabama
Submitted on 08-10-2016
The Pelham is an old building with 18 ft ceilings. Beds are very comfortable but also very high. Location is great. Can walk to Riverwalk and trolley stops. You have a fridge in your room but no microwave. I guess it's to keep beverages cold. Keep cup coffee maker with good coffee. They only give you two but my husband walked to the lobby where there is coffee and brought us up a could more kcups. Room was very clean. Would recommend this hotel.
from Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 10-10-2016
I stayed at the Pelham for 3 nights while in town working at a convention. The hotel was clean and updated, although there were a few items where I noted deferred maintenance. The location was great for my needs. The biggest question going in for me was how a room without windows would be? I found out. It was fine. Normally I close the window shades anyway so I didn't mind not having any to close. Also, the hotel is only 4 stories and is pretty much surrounded by other similar buildings s... Read more
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Submitted on 11-10-2016
This hotel is off the main "drag" but within a few blocks of Bourbon St., The French Quarter, and the Riverfront. Trolley is also conveniently located within two blocks. While it is an older building, it does have a lot of history to it. The inside rooms (no windows) are a bit dark and could use more lighting. The room is comfortable, although it does need more than one chair in the room! No where else to sit except on the bed. The bathroom does need some maintenance as the toilet and fauc... Read more
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Submitted on 13-10-2016
Loved the room and location of the hotel to all down town venues. People were great and the Ruby Slipper was next door. Great for breakfast and or lunch. Not open for dinner. We stayed for four nights. Have been to New Orleans about 10 times over the years and this was the best stay yet. The price was great also.
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Submitted on 15-10-2016
As we entered there was a musty smell like mold. We had reserved a room with king sized bed and they gave us a small room crowded with 2 queen beds. The coincierge pushed registering for a tour, then when we cancelled revealed fine print forfeiting the deposit. Don't stay here!
from Bangkok, Thailand
Submitted on 21-10-2016
Great price at this perfectly located hotel near everything! Staff were so nice, rooms were classic style, but modern, clean and quiet. Price was perfect and was next door to a great restaurant for brunch. Couldn't have asked for a better room!
from Perth, Australia
Submitted on 21-10-2016
I stayed here in August 2015 when i arrived in the U.S for the first time and it was probably the best welcome to a new country I've had. The hotel was beautiful, my room great although i nearly required a pole vault to get up on to the bed :o) The staff were so friendly and helpful i thank them. It was in a good location one street back from the French Quarter so easy walking distance. I would definitely stay here again. There is a question below asking if the hotel was modern. Well no it ... Read more
from Bath, United Kingdom
Submitted on 22-10-2016
Booked 2 rooms here with family.....one room had no windows but apart from that it was a fab location. Need to get up early to get into the Ruby slipper but there is another down Canal street. Would recommend. ......
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Submitted on 24-10-2016
The Pelhum Hotel is a older hotel, lobby and hallways are freshly done. The rooms are small (I had a king size room facing the street). The bathroom was not at all as pictured on the website. There was a pedestal sink and a very small wicker table for your personal items. Very cramped for two people to use. Front desk staff was very helpful and personable. The location is well within walking distance of many favorite sightseeing attractions. There are other hotels very near by that I would try o... Read more
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Submitted on 25-10-2016
Just like any other hotel. In my opinion most if not all hotels are severely overpriced!! $189 - $242 per night!! Never have figured out what the difference is between a thursday night rate and Friday rate?? Pluses - Safe in the room for valuables, Valet parking (not optional) $35 a night unlimited access. Minuses - Beds were very hard and in my opinion uncomfortable, for queens they also seemed a little narrow (2 in ourt room), you would also think that for a high priced hotel they could ... Read more
from Homewood, Illinois
Submitted on 29-10-2016
We stayed at this property for five nights while on a business trip/conference. The room itself, while small was very comfortable and quiet. The high ceiling make the room feel bigger than it was. There were plenty of power outlets for our computers, phones, etc. The hotel itself has no food options at all, but there is a breakfast diner attached. It is very centrally located. Very close to the French Quarter and River walk. There is a lot to do in close proximity. However the streets smell of s... Read more
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Submitted on 08-11-2016
We stayed for 3 nights. We were lucky and got one of the 3 free parking spots out front. If you miss out on that, it's 35 dollars a night for valet. The tax for each night is outrageous but still comes out cheaper than surrounding hotels. It's located pretty much on Decatur St. and if you walk that, it takes you all the way through the main attractions in the French Quarter. There is no coffee pot in the room but free coffee in the lobby. The room has a very high ceiling and large windows which ... Read more
from New Orleans, Louisiana
Submitted on 09-11-2016
I'm from New Orleans and had not heard of this little hotel and it was great to stay there. It's close to the Convention Center, kind and friendly staff, easy walking through downtown area, and room was nice. It was much more affordable than the surrounding hotels which made this ideal as well.
from Fort Worth, Texas
Submitted on 09-11-2016
This hotel was a great little surprise, very spacious room and bathroom. Had a double room that had built in drawers and a large closet. So close to all the good spots in Nola...French Quarter, Harrah's and Jackson Square.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 14-11-2016
Stayed here with my husband for 3 nights and had a lovely time. I've read other reviews about the no window thing, but luckily, our room had two huge windows on the 1st floor. Very charming southern decor, small room, large bathroom, kind of dark (only lamps without overhead lighting which is why I have it 4 vs 5 stars), but none of that really bothered us. Comfortable bed. Clean. Very convenient and walkable to French Quarter, WWII museum, and less than 7$ uber to other areas. Next to Ruby ... Read more
from Townsville, Australia
Submitted on 28-11-2016
As first timers in New Orleans we wanted a hotel that was central, comfortable and not too noisy. The Pelham ticked all of these boxes. The room was spacious, the bathroom a good size and the location great. The foyer was tiny but I didn't think that this detracted from the hotel at all. The entrance into the Ruby Slipper through the foyer was great as you didn't have to line up on the footpath outside. If I returned to New Orleans again I would definitely stay at this hotel again.
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