TownePlace Suites New Orleans Metairie
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of TownePlace Suites New Orleans Metairie
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews TownePlace Suites New Orleans Metairie Harahan
Travel Blogs from Harahan
... tired that night from being sick the night before that the people stomping above and the drunken people coming home at 3am didn’t bother me.
Our final day in New Orleans we headed to Café Du Monde to have some beignets. They are basically a fried pasty that is covered in icing sugar. They sell them in 3’s and at only $2.45 for 3 we got a serve each. I have to say they were pretty delicious but you end up covered in icing sugar powder ...
... speed wireless at the hotel was definitely a plus! They also had a café available during the day to enjoy a coffee while you work. I was exhausted and decided to take a brief nap before enjoying the nightlife.
We had dinner on our own this evening. I was anxious to experience more music so I grabbed a slice of pizza (boring, I know) and hit the jazz clubs. One of our vouchers was for Preservation Hall. The Preservation Hall Stars were performing ...
... moved to the top deck and took in the beautiful breeze and some piece and quiet. I sat on a Heineken for the rest of the evening and we enjoyed the views on either side of the boast. Dixie land jazz band played up the front and we could hear it at the back. We passed refineries, Navy boats and barges and interesting buildings and goings on. There was plenty of light and the river views were always interesting. With something different around the each bend. ...
... of the workforce that built fort Adams and when you looked at the stone walls of the fort there were all the tell-tale signs! Myself and Melanie walked along Fort Adams and by the water edge before we set off to take ocean drive road. The views were amazing but so was the company! Melanie had to stop me from talking at various point so that I didn't miss the views, I was so busy blathering away! There were a number of lovely, large houses some owned by celebs and ...
... in 1864 as a burial site for both Union & Confederate soldiers who died in the Gulf states area during the Civil War. This plot of ground is on a portion of the actual battlefield of the decisive "Battle for New Orleans". Veterans of all major American wars and conflicts have been inturned here. Of the 15,000 here more than 6,700 are "unknowns". Only four U.S. veterans of the War of 1812 are buried here; ...