The Pelham

444 Common Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $92.00
 

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... Craig kept throwing them into the water and the gator kept eating them. With that, redneck number 2 bought his airboat into our dead end and jumped off his boat to have a bit of a play with the Gator. The man was nuts. he gave it a hug and had a bit of a dance with it before getting back on his boat. The man was a nut. Even our redneck said he wouldn't do that.
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... Finally we got into our home for the next few days and met Lauren who was incredibly lovely! We had heard the French Quarter was at its best in the morning, when the streets had been hosed down from the night before and everyone was out drinking their morning coffee and eating Beignets!! Well that's were we headed, to Cafe Du Mondè famous for its Cafe Ou Latè & Beignets (french doughnuts!) We may of come here three days running for breakfast, not that I ...

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So it's early December and we’re hanging out with good friends, Jeff & Melinda in the bar of a trendy mid-town Manhattan boutique hotel having just sat through a performance of the much lauded (and to our mind over-hyped) Cyndi Lauper musical, Kinky Boots. This geezer (guy, bloke, chap, kerel – depending on where you’re reading this) appears, seemingly from out of nowhere and within a few minutes has suggested that we join him in New Orleans for Mardi ...

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So what does NOLA, mean? New Orleans Louisiana. Go Nola is a website that gives lots of great tips on what is current in the city. This morning, we have no go! We are so exhausted that we actually sleep in until 11am! A bit of a waste for such a beautiful city, so we decide to have ...

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... Pretty awesome bar :) The next bar started off with really good music, then went into a lot of country. Regardless, we all got our dance on and got pretty messy. This morning was a sleep in day which is awesome because every day is generally pretty early. Kristy has been vomiting most of the morning, but has crashed now so hopefully will be recovered a bit soon. In a couple of hours we have air boat rides, and then we're off to Florida ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Central Business District area of New Orleans, is near Historic New Orleans Walking Tours, Tours by Isabelle, House Of Blues, and Post-Katrina City Tour.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Pelham New Orleans

    Uncomfortable, unsafe, unpleasant

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    This is experience was horrible. I thought we (my husband and I) had gotten a GREAT deal, at a great hotel. I grew up near New Orleans so I knew about where the hotel was located, at the end of Canal St. near Harrah's, that was all I knew. Don't believe the website or the photos that are shown, I did not see that hotel. I did however see a hotel that was run down, the room was TINY!!! , the tv did not work,and to make matters worse, my husband plugged in the iron and it arched! His whole hand was black and it apparently threw the breaker because we lost power to half of our room and other parts of that floor. The "king-size" bed was actually two twin beds combined and most uncomfortable. The one saving grace was the staff, the were very friendly.

    Great Price, Good Service, Clean & Comfy Rooms

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    Although we were a little worried after reading some of these terrible reviews, we thought the price was right ($79 US plus taxes & fees when booked online) so we decided to risk staying there. We were pleasantly surprised by the courteous staff, easy check-in/out process, secure valet service, clean comfortable rooms and nice restaurant attached (which serves great food, by the way). The location was within walking distance from anywhere we wanted to go in the French Quarter. It took only 5-10 minutes to walk to the Aquarium, the Casino, the Canal St. Ferry, and only slightly longer to Bourbon St. and the French Market area. As far as what you've read about the neighbourhood, it's true - there IS a homeless shelter across the street and a burned-out building next door, but who cares about the immediate vicinity anyway? So you don't have a great view from your window, but hey, it's only an extremely short block to Canal St. & the Quarter. When you consider the price and the fact that the hotel itself is perfectly attractive & well-kept, you're sure to agree that the value is exceptional.

    Comfortable but pricy

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    Big room, comfortable beds and friendly staff. Great location if you have no car. We were somewhat surprised however that we had to pay an additional charge for a safe and telephone calls (whether we used them or not!) This made the "good" deal we thought we had invalid. If the extra charges are charged to everyone, then they should be part of the tariff, not sprung on the guests at check in!

    If you are looking for somewhere with easy access to the French Quarter and the river front, the casino, the CBD and the tourist trolley, then this is a good place to stay. Just be aware that the price per night advertised is not the whole price!

    Not nearly as bad as the reviews I read, after making the reservations

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    After making my reservations at the Pelham and too late to cancel without penalties, I ran across this website!!! I was very disappointed that I hadn't read these reviews first because I definitely would not have chosen this hotel. But, we decided to take a chance and hope for the best. Well, we were pleasantly surprised upon checking into the Pelham. It was not nearly as bad as some of the reviews made it sound.

    Good Experience

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    My 13 year old son and I stayed at the Pelham for 4 nights. We found our room quite pleasing - having left a hotel in the Garden District at 11:00 pm because our room was simply awful. Perhaps our opinion was swayed by our previous accommodations. The staff was helpful in making arrangements for tours, transportation, etc. The rate was good; however I found there to be additional charges for both the telephone and safe that were not quoted. When I questioned the staff about the phone charges - because I use my cell phone - I was told that the $4.00+/- charge covered both local and LONG DISTANCE calls (lets just say that between phone calls and my internet connection, I got my money's worth). The room, towels and linens were all clean. While the block was obviously under construction, I did not feel unsafe. I would stay here again.

    Stay somewhere else or don't go at all

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    The customer service was not great. The room is way over priced.

    There's an abandoned burnt building as your view. The only good thing was housekeeping. They turned the bed down for us and the bathrooms were clean. THe hotel had over booked the rooms and were busing people to different hotels in ghetto.

    Beware of the Pelham

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    To make a very, very long story short...this place is a poorly managed filthy dump!

    Don't stay in the Ghetto!!!!

    from

    I really thought the Pelham was one of the worst experiences that I ever had at a hotel. I ended up not even staying a full night. I checked out and found another hotel a couple blocks away that was much nicer and cheaper. The Pelham's rooms were filthy. There was dirt in the windowsills and scuff marks on the walls. The rooms also had a musty odor. I looked at three rooms before giving up and picking one. The staff was inadequate. When I needed assistance from the front desk, there was nobody there to assist me. Some security guards did their best but were unable to. Currently, I am in a dispute over hotel charges. There is charge an additional fee for using there phone. If you don't use a phone because you use a cell phone, you have to cancel this charge upon check in or get charged. I have never experienced this in another hotelT he location of the Pelham was just plain dangerous. There is a homeless shelter across the street and crumbling buildings on the other street. The security guards even indicated that it was unsafe to walk alone in that area. Bottom line - there are much safer, cleaner, and cheaper places to stay in New Orleans.

    Stay away at all costs!

    from

    Did not stay at this hotel - but had enough bad experiences with attempting to find a clean room and management that was helpful - that wanted to warn others.

    A real deal

    from

    We were able to book rooms for $79, a real deal for New Orleans. The rooms are nice enough, the staff nice enough.

    the neighborhood is rough. Lots of construction, renovation. And a soup kitchen across the street. That would be OK, except the advertised restaurant, the Metro Bistro is closed and the street noise at night is intense.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Pelham New Orleans

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent