Great hotel with friendly staff in the heart of the French Quartre. Very convenient location, walking distance to many attractions and street car or bus routes to others. Staff were very helpful. Quiet courtyard around a small pool
Traveller from New Zealand
This French Quarter hotel is located on a quiet residential street just 2 blocks from Bourbon Street and within walking …More
The Royal Sonesta is ideal if you want outstanding accommodations immersed in all the varied entertainment, exuberant crowds, and culture of historic Bourbon Street. An oasis of class and respite with its own restaurants, bars, jazz club, and coffee shop, the Sonesta provides a central location to everything in the French Quarter including world class restaurants, bars, music, tours, museums, shopping and the "Mighty Mississippi River waterfront. A professional, knowledgeable and friendly staff attends to your every need. Polite and personal, they make everyone feel like family and take pride in sharing their great city with you. The Jazz Playhouse has some of the best nightly entertainment spots anywhere in New Orleans in an intimate setting. Try the Desire Oyster Bar which opens right onto the excitement of Bourbon with many tasty light dining options. Overall, the Royal Sonesta enhanced the pleasure of our first time New Orleans experience, and we look forward to returning for many years to come!
Traveller from Massachusetts
This French Quarter hotel is directly on lively Bourbon Street, just 6 blocks from Jackson Square and 2 blocks from the St …More
very good location but the room safe did not work,the television would freeze in the middle of the channel and I had a day when no one cleaned the room. the good: very good location and comfortable bed. not really a 4 star. talk to other guest and they seem to be happy so I must have been giving the worst room in the hotel but I still paid the same as everyone else
Traveller from las vegas
Overlooking the Mississippi River, this 29-story New Orleans hotel is adjacent to Harrah's New Orleans Casino and the lively …More
Overall, we had a favorable experience at the Wyndham. However, there were a few dissatisfiers. Several days into our stay, the power to several outlets in the room was lost. We brought that problem to the attention of the front desk staff. We were told it would be corrected, but it was not. My wife and I simply worked around that inconvenience for the last several days of our stay. In addition, coffee supplies for our in-room coffee maker were not refreshed one day. Also, the temperature controls in the room were difficult to adequately manage.
Traveller from Pennsylvania
This hotel is in New Orleans in the French Quarter, a block from Bourbon Street and half-block to the business district. The …More
This place was perfection! From the service to the ambiance to the amazing location..we loved EVERY single second of our visit here. I recommend a room with a balcony, and if the weather permits sleep with your balcony door wide open. This was our first trip to New Orleans..but certainly not our last. I miss it desperately already, and it has only been 3 days since returning back home! I've certainly recommended this place to friends who have already booked their upcoming stay in a few weeks! Thank you to the lovely Hotel St. Marie for making our stay so unforgettable. Oh yea...and their coffee is delicious too!
This New Orleans hotel is known for its picturesque 2nd-floor balconies. The French Quarter hotel is 0.5 block from the …More
The location of this hotel in the French Quarter was close to all local hot spots. The staff we're very friendly. The hotel is a very old hotel so don't expect it to be in perfect condition. The only thing I found wrong is they need a better vacuum cleaner. Water and coffee all day long. The staff we're great. I would recommend this hotel it was a great experience.
Located in French Quarter, this historic hotel is steps from Old Ursuline Convent and French Market. Mercedes-Benz Superdome …More
With its mix of sacred and profane, the French Quarter defines laissez-faire. This 85-block area is home to Bourbon Street’s rowdy bars, as well as Royal Street’s upmarket antiques. The devil’s music—in the form of New Orleans jazz—thrives at Preservation Hall. Nearby, hymns accompany Mass at St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square. A block away, French Market vendors hawk foods and souvenirs.