February 12, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Loews New Orleans in New Orleans, Louisiana
Ideally situated in the heart of New Orleans' riverfront, just steps away from the famed French Quarter, the Loews New Orleans never lets you forget you're in the Big Easy. The city's latest luxury hotel brilliantly showcases colorful interior design elements derived from a mixture of Creole, West Indies and Colonial French influences. In an elegant, oversized guestroom or suite, offering parlor-style seating and panoramic views of the Mississippi River or the city skyline, you'll be graciously received in a contemporary and relaxing atmosphere.
Where the wrought-iron balconies are bursting with flowers, you'll enter a vibrant world of Southern color, history and river traditions. Fill your days with shopping on Royal Street and admiring the architecture of the Garden District. Patronize the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the acclaimed National D-Day Museum, and the New Orleans Museum of Art. Dine at a dizzying array of world-class restaurants, including the hotel's Cafe Adelaide, full of authentic N'awlins flavor. And get to know the French Quarter by catching an evening of classic New Orleans jazz.
Location of Loews New Orleans
Nearest Airport: MSY
Amenities for Loews New Orleans
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- 285 Guest Rooms
Reviews for Loews New Orleans
We were lucky to mix a business trip with a little pleasure down in NOLA this week. Thanks especially to Doruk, who helped me so much when I had a dilemma on space. We were a group of about 10 there, and they took great care of us.
The view is fantastic. I found the room size very spacious. Close proximity to everything. Bright lit hotel. The lobby always smells good. Staff was available at all times. I would stay again do to the space of the room size, view of the room and the location.
newyorkjustin - new york
We paid $275 per night for a 4 night stay and were very disappointed. The staff was really nice, but the accommodations were disappointing. We loved the view, the room would have been great if it was clean. Day one we found dirty, used earplugs on the floor and someoneâ€™s hair and other debris in the tub. The sink and tub were stopped up for the first two days. The day after maintenance came to fix the sink and tub, black water kept bubbling out of the sink randomly. Day three we had no water and had to go to the lobby to use the restroom and to a nearby hotel to shower. The hotel provides text communication so we provided them with photos of each of our issues as we experienced them.
The staff were so helpful, they organised champagne in the room for my girlfriend's birthday and gave great advice on where to go. I can't remember the chaps name on the concierge desk, it was either Clarence or Terence I think, but he really made an extra effort, which made our stay all the better. I would have given 5/5 but the spa was closed so we could not get the treatments we were looking forward to. The sauna didn't work either. However in fairness there were signs saying it was due to reopen soon with new spa management. The staff were great, the location is good for all of downtown and the hotel was really cool looking.
We stayed here on our last trip to New Orleans and had a wonderful stay. The room was spacious and had a great view. We truly enjoyed CafĂ© Adelaide and were there every day of our stay. The bar was fantastic as well and we had a blast working our way through their cocktail menu and playing the most ridiculous games of Scrabble out in the lobby. Can't beat the location. We were within walking distance to just about everything we had planned to do, from WWII museum to the many great restaurants in the area, to the water and to the French Quarter. Everyone we met at the hotel was very pleasant and professional. Would definitely recommend and stay here when our travels bring us back to New Orleans once more!
Karina F - Key West, Florida