Hampton Inn & Suites Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Convention Center New Orleans
This Hampton Inn was situated nicely for our planned cruise and there was a free shuttle to the cruise terminal so it worked great. So location great and hotel itself was clean and what I have come to expect from Hampton Inn's for comfort and breakfast. Liked the lobby in the converted warehouse that the hotel was in.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Convention Center New Orleans
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This was basically a long day of flying from Seattle starting at 2 p.m. and arriving at our hotel at Midnight. We started off with a coffee at Starbucks in Renton while Marge had her nails down for the trip. The Starbucks stop helped us take some time away from the house and rechecking bags before Cindy brought us to SeaTac.
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... Harbour right through the VJ day in 1945. It was an excellent introduction to the entire museum and gave information from a US perspective that we simply do not normally hear about when talking about the British and European experience of the war.
It was then onto the main exhibits of the museum, carefully and thoughtfully curated to give a chronological experience of key events in the war. We learned of the American involvements in major European campaigns, as well as ...
Sam got up feeling a bit squeazy after her big night at Cajun Mike's Pub. She claims that she was a bit tired, but we all know it was self inflicted, so there is no sympathy.
We went down to the diner attached to the hotel, and Sam ordered a light breakfast of one pancake. She got one pancake. Damn thing was 16 inches across! She ploughed in bravely, but even with my help she barely made a dent in it.
Because Sam was feeling poorly, she decided to ...
... while waiting.
The buses finally arrived and we boarded...our tour guide was okay--and we weren't able to tour the French Quarter due to the streets being closed because of the Jazz Festival.
We drove the streets of the Garden District and toured the areas most affected by Katrina. Lots of homes still boarded up and needing repair. We stopped for lunch at a hot dog place, Dat Dog, that was ...
... we hadn't wasted our money to go on to it. Brayden walked us all to the main party street called Bourbon street which had a ridiculous amount of bars they just seemed to go on and on we couldn't see where the street finished in the distance. The first bar Brayden took us to we tried to sneak in when Brayden told us to however the security guard pulled us back and asked us to wait in line and have our ID's ready...of course we didn't have ID's that said we were 21 so we ended ...