Checked in and was given a room that was under construction and with no furniture in it. Then given a 2nd room with no ice bucket and told by the bartender that all he could give me was a glass of ice, because I didn't have an ice bucket.
This suburban Metairie hotel is located in shopping district, only 4.8 kilometers (3 miles) from Louis Armstrong New Orleans …More
"Moderately nice hotel, needs updating POOL CLOSED"
Staff works pretty fast and cleans rooms well. The hotel pool is closed until late April for repairs. The complimentary breakfast was good. IF YOU PLAN ON BEING IN THE FRENCH QUARTER WITH NO RENTAL CAR THIS IS NOT THE PLACE TO BOOK.
Traveller from chicago, il
Located in Metairie Business District, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Lakeside Shopping Center, Longue Vue House and …More
Had a great stay! Staff was very friendly. Only negative was that the cleaning staff forgot to leave us towels. But Reylana (I think that's her name) got us fresh ones. Food and drinks were reasonably priced. Great view of the water. I would stay there again in the future.
Traveller from W
Located in Metairie Business District, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Lakeside Shopping Center and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from …More
Didn't get room I requested with double beds. I was given a King size so it's a good thing it was just my daughter and I. I was told no doubles were available.. And that because I book through Expedia they only guarantee a room not necessarily what I asked for. Carpet was stained, fridge was bent and scratched up but clean. Bed and pillows were not the best but doable since we were hardly in the room. Also, I had issue with air and someone came right up to take care of it. So the entire experience was okay.
This hotel is in the heart of Metairie's business district, about 8 miles from Louis Armstrong International Airport, New …More
Pocket Guide: Metairie Business District Metairie Hotels
Characteristed by quiet streets lined with well-kept homes, affluent Metairie is a tranquil alternative to the bustle of the Big Easy. Once down-at-heel, the Fat City rea has been regenerated in recent years, and is now a dining destination where big-name chain restaurants rub shoulders with family-owned joints serving Creole delicacies. Lafreniere Park, meanwhile, is a peaceful oasis where you can stroll, jog, and feed wild birds.