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That would be ignorance on my part, not the hotel's. My wife and I booked a trip on the Amtrak train traveling from Texas to New Orleans (first time on train and first time in New Orleans) our stay was from May 10 thru May...More
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Response from WL-DHR, Public Relations Manager at Wyndham Garden Baronne Plaza New OrleansResponded 17 May 2016
On behalf of Kendra, Chrissima and the entire Wyndham Garden Hotel staff, thank you so much for the wonderful 5 star review! Hearing positive feedback such as yours really makes our day! If there is anything else we can do to make your next stay...More
The rooms were adequate but small and if you wanted a King size bed was an inside room. It did feel a little claustrophobic. If you want a room with an outside view you need to get a double. The front desk staff told me...More
Response from WL-DHR, Public Relations Manager at Wyndham Garden Baronne Plaza New OrleansResponded 14 May 2016
On behalf of the entire Wyndham Garden Hotel staff, thank you so much for the wonderful review! If there is anything else we can do to make your next stay even more memorable, please do not hesitate to contact us again (504-522-0083)!
US$81 - US$312 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#73 Romantic Hotel in New Orleans
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