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Recently, our company held our National Sales Meeting at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans, 601 Loyola Ave, New Orleans - and it was a great experience. We stayed for 4 days (65 employees). The location, hotel, food, sleeping rooms, meeting space, banquet space, service and...More
We booked our two-night stay here and were treated like royalty (we felt a bit sheepish since we paid a very low rate).
Claude was our bellhop and did an outstanding job showing us to our room, all the while explaining all the restaurants and...More
Really nice... although my room was very small. I still give it. Food rating. Th upscale bars servers are the very best,, Kudos to Caroline and J Halbert in Vitascope. The best 2ever,!!! So concerned about everything.
This is the second time I have stayed at this property for a conference. The first stay was disappointing and my husband and I considered staying elsewhere but we decided to stay at the Hyatt to make the conference attendance convenient. Though all of the...More
The location of this hotel is great, nice restaurant and bar on site.
However, our room had an odor of B.O. that was tough to avoid. Other than that the room was nice and quiet. There is a Starbucks to get your morning coffee fix....More
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Response from HyattRegencyNola | Property representative |
Yes, Regency Club rooms are standard guest rooms with Regency Club Access. So guests can enjoy light fare and drinks with awesome city views! We look forward to having you stay with us.
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