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Good location depending on where your room is. Place is old and rustic which is fine but not a fair timeshare trade at all. Not a resort and no such service to even come close. Nobody on premises at night and no service for room...More
We received a stay at this hotel as a gift. We stayed five minutes..it was old, dirty, broken tv, etc. No elevator to bring up luggage had to drag it up the stairs. not a wheelchair friendly place, if you need one. They still charged...More
Chateau Orleans is in the Heart of 'touristy' New Orleans. It's literally just hundreds of feet from restaurants, clubs, artsy-craftsy shops and basic necessities and bodega-style shopping.
Considering its proximity to Bourbon Street, the facility is remarkably quiet. It's just the right distance from the...More
Initially walking into the room the furniture looked to be about 20 years old and not in a cool vintage-y way. The carpet was worn down and the threadbare couches sagged in such a defeated way it was almost sad to look at. I came...More
OMG!!! I called for simple hotel, airport and area information and spoke with a young lady at 504-524-8410 and her response was "girl you have a phone google it" are you serious.
I called back the next day hoping to speak to a Manager and...More
US$265 - US$334 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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