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I just stayed there for four nights. The hotel was very clean and recently updated. Breakfast was included and very good with a variety of options. Caroline Smith, the Front Manager, was extremely helpful. She offered many several suggestions about the local attractions and gladly...More
Family and I going to NOLA for the first time wanted reasonable priced hotel within walking distance to French Quarter and other sites, as we were flying in and ubering to hotel. This hotel met and exceeded our expectations. Honesty, the staff made this hotel...More
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Response from Danielle K, Manager at Best Western Plus St. Christopher HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time to share your wonderful review. We love hearing that our staff goes above and beyond to accommodate our guest. Thank you for your great recommendations, we truly appreciate it. We hope to welcome you back again the...More
I stayed there for a wedding and this hotel was very nice. It's just across the street from the main action of the French Quarter and had been recently updated. The room I stayed in was very nice as well; I loved the exposed brick...More
This hotel was very nice and the staff was very helpful with where to go and what to see. They had excellent recommendation for cafe's and restaurants. they had a breakfast that was top notch with fresh made omelets every morning we were there.
The hotel was great. The location was perfect and the breakfast in the morning was excellent. The staff was very nice and helpful and I liked that they had extra security on during Carnival. There was one incident when we were there, someone pulled the...More
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