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... experience. We are not far from the famous Bourbon St. It's crowded, smelly, hot, noisy and buzzy. But even though there are multiple sounds of music clashing with each other and bar hustlers all wanting you to come to their bar, we press on to Frenchman St. Several people back in NZ and here, had told us to not bother with Bourbon St, but that the locals and others into music, make their way ...
... was so green and there was a spanish moss hanging from almost every specie of tree which made for an impressive and picturesque sight! This moss is also incredibly strong and was used for suturing during the Civil war and as car seat filling in some top model cars! (And if you're wondering why the guides use marshmallows, it's because they don't want to use meat as they want the alligators to be able to fend and hunt for themselves and not be reliant ...
... decided to try "Bourbon Street's Strongest Drink" - the "Jester". We walked around Bourbon and the French Quarter the streets - wandering into different shops, and then decided to head back to the hotel and relax before dinner at 9pm.
Around 8pm, we wandered down to the hotel bar for our free drink before dinner. We met a great couple from British Columbia that were sailing on the Norwegian ship on Sunday. Their names ...
... Where we stayed was opposite the office and it was previously a home for army cadettes so the rooms were huge and had mini kitchens in them. Again there was exposed brick giving the place a really cool look. We took that day easy so the next day we got up and went to the French quarter in the daytime to have a look around. We discovered some really cool things that day – a famous cafe called Cafe du Monde which had what seemed like 50 staff there at ...
... was not so concerned that his new wife would turn into Miss Piggy!
As with the food, there is no escaping the music in New Orleans. On the street, in the bars and restaurants and even by the mighty Mississippi, music surrounds you. Trumpet, sax, double bass, trombone and always a black man belting out a thick smooth melody. Jazz, blues, reggae, rock, pop, or any combination of the above is alive in the streets. Tipped off by a local that the best ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Park Plaza New Orleans
We attended a Microsoft conference and what would otherwise have been a pleasurable business trip was marred by this hotel. The rooms were musty & dirty, the beds too short and the food was appalling. The cooked breakfast was rolling in fat and the tea was served in a coffee pot resulting in the most foul brew! Even when we up-graded to an executive room, the same problems were encountered. The views were not pleasant and the whole place gives over a depressing perspective of New Orleans. This was further enhanced when having given our car for valet parking, were advised that it was about $30 per day for parking! Having travelled extensively and owning our own home in the US, we were bitterly disappointed and will ensure that should another conference be staged in New Orleans, we will NOT be staying at this hotel.
Avoid like the plague
My colleagues and I had been booked in here for the Microsoft Momentum conference. I have to say that this is one of the worst hotels I have had the misfortune to stay in. The wallpaper was falling off the walls, the carpets were worn out, the lobby smelt, the elevators were a nightmare, the pool had been drained, the bar was understaffed I could go on but the memories of this place are making me feel nauseous. Please avoid at all costs!
The lobby, restaurants, and hotel staff were all very nice. But the positve feeling changed when we saw the room. It had a very strong mildew smell. The vents were covered with black/green mold/mildew, as was the tub/sink. It was so bad we had to leave our door open most of the time. We asked to switch rooms and had the same problem. They said they are renovating and trying to get rid of it. Would pay a little more next time and stay somewhere nicer.
Tried to check in at 4:30pm. Was told to come back in 90 minutes as rooms were not cleaned. Only two small elevators were working, meaning the wait for an elevator could be up to 20 minutes. Reserved non-smoking room. Got a smoking room. Lights in room did not work.
Video check out did not work. Hallways smelled. Not a great area right around this hotel.
First, they did not have our reservation that was booked on their website, or should I say, they had not entered when we arrived.
Admittedly, we arrived at the height of a terrible tropical storm. They began to run out of food as a result of too many guests being stranded there. The city was hosting many people as that was the week of an education convention and the Coca Cola Essence Festival. The elevators were VERY slow as a result and many of us resorted to using the stairs, which smelled and were obviously not intended for guest use. Conference rooms smelled musty as well. At another point several of us were locked out of our rooms, supposedly due to high humidity. This happened over a period of a few days. Another guest I knew said he had ants in his bed and my roommate and I looked under ours to find things that were not put there by her or I. Housekeeping responded promptly to requests, however the requests would never have been made if toilet paper and towels were given in the right quantities. The restaurant "Pralines" did give nice and courteous service. The shuttle service was prompt and courteous as well. When it came to our bill, we were quoted a conference rate, which we did not receive and had to spend about a half an hour rectifying with the front desk. I would have preferred a nicer hotel, closer to things, even if it did cost more money, but we were assigned this place and thus didn't have any choice unfortunately.
hideous, moldy room that smelled, rooms not made up until 5pm, coffee and toiletries not restocked, elevators broke. Location is 7 blocks from french quarter but no ammenities closer than that. Stay at the new Clarion 2 blocks closer to the Frnech Quarter. It is new and much nicer and cheaper.
Hotel was great!
The staff was especially courteous and the rooms were great. 2 double beds and a hide-a-way, which really came in handy when the kids fought over space. The location was a little questionable, I agree with the user that stayed in the Clarion, once you got past 2 or 3 blocks, the neighborhood improved, but the Radisson had a Complimentry Shuttle to the French Quarter and Riverwalk and back so there was no need to walk. That was a Godsend in itself. The vacation was wonderful, but Bourbon St. is not someplace to take small children. My son is 14 and he got an eyeful! But we all had a wonderful time. Hope to go back sometime without the kids.
A Great Historic Hotel
I recently stayed in this hotel and was very satisfied. New Orleans has many large chain hotels to offer and this is one of the nicest ones. Located on Canal Street and within walking distance to the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Jackson Square, and more this historic hotel is a New Orleans landmark. Nice rooms with good views of the city along with a well-trained staff and good amenities. As for the location in town, you have to take into account that you're staying in New Orleans and there's not too many nice parts anyway. Located just down the street from other nice establishments such as the Ritz-Carlton and Crowne Plaza. FYI: They are currently doing a HUGE renovation so the hotel may not be at it's best right now, but when finished this place will be a GEM!
Where do i start? Absolutely terrible hotel. damp smell, filthy sheets, light in room not working, bathtub didn;t drain.....the list is endless