Holiday Inn New Orleans - Chateau Lemoyne

301 Rue Dauphine, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70112, United States | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $127.00
 

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... last day we went on a swamp tour, the Alligators come right up to the boat, at one point I was looking through the camera lens when one jumped up to get the hot dog off the stick that the guide was holding....I was zoomed in and it looked like the Alligator was jumping into the boat....I **** myself and nearly fell over from jumping back. The guide thought it was hilarious as they reckon that Alligators don't bite humans....hmmm, do I really want to test that theory....hell ...

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... I moved up Canal in search of Frappechino. My first stop was a MiniMart where I left the bottles at the counter when 3 of them rang up to $13+. I mean seriously, a soda at festival prices is cheaper than that. I made it to the CVS at Canal and St. Charles and was directed to the 4 packs I was looking for, $6.59 is what the price tag read and I was proud of my thrift! Checking out I looked at my receipt and had been charged
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Lundi Gras

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... Not that any of the assembled were Cajun, but it's Mardi Gras and this was one more in a series of festivities I'd been part of which were deliberately counter to the prevailing practice of standing alongside parade routes and screaming for beads and swag from the guys on the floats.


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... beautiful, the sort of places that look exactly like their postcards. The time and effort, not to mention money, that has been taken to restore and maintain these properties means that you really do feel like you have stepped back in time as you wander through the homes and around the properties. All of them are still working sugar cane farms and most have had the plantation homesteads protected under trust so they can not be sold and must ...

It's a WET heat!

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... but I was dying!

Inside Cochon was like the hotel room- cool and dry! I was happy to be inside, and even happier to drink some water. We both ordered Arnold Palmers and perused the menu. They had a little of everything, but we decided to get things that we normally wouldn't order in Vegas. I ordered pork cheek; Kristin ordered fried bodin, and we got a crawfish pie and a twice baked potato to share. Everything was ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the French Quarter area of New Orleans, is near Old Absinthe House, Musee Conti Wax Museum, Bombay Club, and French Quarter Walking Tour.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn New Orleans - Chateau Lemoyne

    Good hotel, but with some faults

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    We stayed at the Holiday Inn Chateau Lemoyne a few days before Easter 2004. We were two parties in two double rooms. One party had to change rooms due to a dripping air conditioner and the new room they received had a problem with a safety chain that kept falling off. A hotel handyman tried to fix it a couple of times but to no avail. On the other hand, the room was nice and had a good view of the hotel's charming courtyard and the swimming pool. The other party had a very good room facing a side street with a very comfortable king-size bed. Both rooms were surprisingly quiet considering the central location only one block from lively Bourbon Street. The staff in the reception desk were very friendly and helpful and we LOVED the nice ladies in the breakfast room (the breakfast was good, too!). One minus: We were surprised to find that there were no room safes and since all the safes in the reception area were already taken, we had to carry our valuables which is generally not a good idea in New Orleans. However, the helpful staff in the reception desk got us a safe as soon as one was available. It would be a good idea for this hotel to provide a safe in every room.

    Perfectly satisfied

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    We stayed here last October and were perfectly satisfied with the experience. Granted, it was free because we were using Priority Club points, but we'd gladly stay here again whether or not we were paying.

    Unhappy experience

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    I hold a confirmed reservation for a room for 2 nights..the 2nd and 3rd May 2004 and paid Hotels, from which I purchased the room at the end of March 2004. My husband and I arrived late on 2nd May 2004, as our train was delayed for nearly 5 hours and by the time we reached the hotel, it was 12.30am. The counter staff said that the hotel was "overbooked by 8 rooms" already, and she had to move us to the Holiday Inn Downtown. We were very unhappy at the thought of our reservation not being honoured and having to be shuttled to another hotel, when we were already so tired and so protested ...but of course to no avail. We questioned the integrity of the hotel's policy and even asked to see the manager but the staff said she was new and that the manager was not around. By the time we checked into the Holiday Inn Downtown, it was already 1.30 am and to add to our woes, the airconditioner in the room broke down at 3am and had to be repaired. Next day we were taxied back to Chateau Lemoyne...there were houseflies in the room....as our room overlooked a huge garbage container parked in the street.

    Walk On By

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    I recently stayed at the Chateau LeMoyne to attend a wedding held there. Never have I experienced more problems checking in to a hotel.

    Great place to Stay

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    Love the place, great service, clean room friendly staff. great location. Have been back several times and will go back again.

    Great Location

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    My girlfriend and I stayed at the Chateau Lemoyne June 19-22nd, 2003.

    We loved the location - only a couple blocks from Burbon street and all the action yet far enough away for some peace and quiet when you need it. Rooms were clean and the staff was friendly. Only complaint was the housekeeping staff came much too early to clean our room (around 8 am) which is very early if you have been out on Burbon street until 5 am!

    :) The pool area seemed nice but small. We never ate at the hotel but with all the wonderful food options in New Orleans you should go elsewhere anyway. Next time we might stay right on Burbon street so we can watch the action from our balcony but this hotel is recommended.

    Would we stay again?

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    Ideally situated for us in French Quarter but still quiet. Best pool in our trip (we stayed in five hotels from Memphis to New Orleans).

    Rooms were fine. If you can, get one with a balcony overlooking pool.

    As for New Orleans, we loved it!

    Would we stay again? Yes!!!

    Unhappy with the Chateau LeMoyne

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    My husband and I have been to New Orleans several times in the past five years. This time my husband and I took along a friend who had never experienced New Orleans. I spent quite a bit of time looking for a hotel on the internet and in Fodor's 2003 Guide to New Orleans. We finally choose Chateau Lemoyne for several reasons...it was an easy walking distance to the Quarter, the pictures looked great (an above average hotel without being extremely pricey), and the outdoor pool looked beautiful.

    I liked it a lot

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    I stayed here for a wedding and really enjoyed it. It has a good location and it was very pleasant. It was an excellent place for the wedding reception. I would stay there again.

    Not your average Holiday Inn

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    Very pleasant mid-priced hotel in New Orleans. Location is good, although not trule central in the French Quarter. Ther is only one bank of elevators, so many rooms are quite a distance from the elevator. Central courtyard pool, which needs some work but is charming from afar. Room was large and clean and staff was helpful.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn New Orleans - Chateau Lemoyne

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent