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DO NOT CHOOSE THIS HOTEL IF COMING FOR MARDI GRAS!!! Misleading in every way & not worth the $!!! We chose this hotel due to its location right on the St. Charles Avenue parade route. We live right outside of New Orleans but decided to...More
I would definitely stay in this hotel next time I’m in New Orleans and I highly recommend it. Like all Intercontinental locations, the staff is very helpful and welcoming from the moment you come in. I love how the lobby and rooms were decorated with...More
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Response from John R, General Manager at InterContinental New OrleansResponded 4 weeks ago
Dear TA Reviewer,
Thank you very much for the 5 star review of our hotel. We appreciate that you took the time to write about your experience and the great service provided by our team. We hope that you were able to try our signature...More
I stayed at this hotel during Carnival Season for 5 nights. This is our 5th year staying in this hotel. Mardi Gras is a crazy time and the staff/hotel handle it well. Another hotel is being build next door so the construction site definitely impacted...More
had to work in NOLA for Mardi Gras. my company purchased my room for 15 days at the intercon. it was great experience overall. room was brand new/remodeled and extremely clean. the staff did a killer job keeping it clean through my entire visit. I...More
Nice hotel with room for improvement. Great location. Honored early check in.
Service - top notch - everyone we interacted with was friendly and engaging.
Room - average size but two queen beds make travel with two teens much more manageable (as many other properties...More
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The Hotel it self does NOT have an airport shuttle. Depending on the number of people in your group, a taxi is I think 36.00 from airport to New Orleans area for 2 people and then an additional dollar amount per extra person... More
The Hotel it self does NOT have an airport shuttle. Depending on the number of people in your group, a taxi is I think 36.00 from airport to New Orleans area for 2 people and then an additional dollar amount per extra person in the cab. I had 4 adults in my group, we took LYFT Plus(4 adults and 4 suitcases in a Ford Escape) for approxamatly 42.00, it was cheaper to do LYFT/UBER then taking two cabs or taking a third party airport shuttle ( about 20.00 pp) to the hotel. Most airport shuttles wait for a full Van before going to New Orleans, so that means you could be sitting and waiting in the van for 15-20minutes before leaving the airport.
Lyft/Uber picks you up in the parking garage right across from baggage claim, goes straight to your hotel front door, no waiting for a full van and going all over the city dropping others off at their hotel before your hotel drop off.
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"the room we had was facing St. Charles Ave where we saw all the Parades."