We arrived very early and was worried about the hotel letting us check-in early. Front desk allowed us to check in early with no problem at all. Very happy about that!! Will always stay here on our next trip to New Orleans. Room was clean, very nice atmosphere. Very close to shops and restaurants and about 20 min to Downtown New Orleans!
Traveller from Atlanta Georgia
Located in Metairie Business District, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Lakeside Shopping Center and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
The hotel is really nice, all rooms are specious & clean. You will only get two things for breakfast at ihop. Example; one toasted bread with coffee. But ither than that i totally recommend this hotel!
This 4-story motel is in Metairie's business district, 6 miles from the airport and 7 miles from downtown New Orleans.More
My daughter was having Lasik surgery nearby and we had to stay overnight so she could be back for her follow-up appointment the next morning. This was a very comfortable and convenient place for us to stay. I have never been a "five star" hotel guest anywhere. An affordable price for a clean room has always been more important to me. Sun Suites more than met that requirement for us this trip and the hotel staff was very nice.
Traveller from Crystal Springs, MS
Situated in Metairie, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tulane Lakeside Hospital for Women and Children and Clearview Mall …More
I WAS SOMEWHAT SKEPTICAL ON BOOKING THIS HOTEL. WHEN I ARRIVED, I WAS TREATED VERY WELL BY THE FRONT DESK AS I HAD USED EXPEDIA FOR BOOKING. I ARRIVED EARLY AND THEY LET ME CHECK IN AHEAD OF TIME. I WILL BE IN THAT AREA MORE FREQUENTLY AND WILL STAY THERE... THANKS Knights inn.
Traveller from Soso Ms
Situated near the airport, this motel is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Zephyr Field and within 3 mi (5 km) of Tulane Lakeside Hospital …More
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.