el trato, el precio, la ubicacion, se rompio el servicio de internet
La ubicación, aunque no en el corazón del barrio francés como muchas otras opciones, estaba muy cerca de la música en vivo en la calle Frenchman. El personal era muy amable y servicial. La propiedad es muy vieja. Mientras que no me importó demasiado, las camas eran muy incómodas y la moqueta parecía como si podría usar una limpieza.
At first I thought the location was good but at 3am a large group of bums would gather outside of our room fighting,singing,and yelling very loudly-so much that we were scared for our safety. They would not accept our travelocity reservations and tried to charge My credit card again, even though it was already paid for. We did not get the rooms we asked for with two queen beds. The restaurant was closed the entire time we were there too. For the price we paid the tiny room should have had a refrigerator or at least a coffee maker.
Hotel room was beautiful. Loved our car was inside the courtyard, safe and close. Can't wait to go back.
location price furnishings, maintenance level
Staff is wonderful. Courtyards are perfect and the location is great! Would definitely stay here again.
Pool, beds, doorman and location Desk staff and the lose of free breakfast
If you are looking for a place to stay in the French Quarter, close to the action but not in the midst, this is it. Hotel Provincial is everything you'd expect with a boutique hotel. Rooms were small but adequate. Beds are comfortable. Bathroom space is generous. One of the best features is the middle courtyard. Kind of acts like and outdoor lobby. Enjoyed sitting there early in the AM before heading out for fun. Hotel convenient to Jackson Square, Royal/Bourbon street action yet far enough off track so you don't have to "live" with the distraction. Most of the staff was friendly and very helpful A few staff members need to go back to customer relations 101, but thrat is hardly a reflection of the staff overall
2 blocks from bourbon
Great service even though the hotel was booked solid for ballgames in town! Awesome doorman/concierge and continental Breakfast~ Breakfast dishes could be a little bit larger - and/or a tray to carry since we had to sit outside to dine~
My absolute favorite thing was the real shuddered Windows, floor to ceiling that actually opened up to the French quarter. Like you could hang out the window and watch the groups go by on the haunted New Orleans tours. The fact that they stopped in front of my hotel was only slightly nerve racking The room smelled a little like mold and my ears and throat itched all night. Also, the toilet seat was loose and threatened to throw you on the floor everyone you sat on it.
que estaba muy bien ubicado y sientes el barrio frances. Me gustó el servicio gratuito de café y pastas por la mañana, es un detalle. Las habitaciones que daban en la parte interior, las más baratas, tenían muy mala ventilación y eran un poco oscuras.
Excelente situacion. Y las instalaciones muy agradables, con jardin y piscina. El desayuno bastante malo, pero al lado hay muchos restaurantes y cafes.
La ubicación del hotel es excelente, es un hotel limpio, pero muy antiguo. La habitación no tiene ventanas y eso no está claramente descrito en la reserva (destacado). Por lo tanto pagué U$250 por una habitación de una categoría muy inferior. Inaceptable.
Ubicación y arquitectura Una habitacion sin ventana no debiera ser parte de la oferta de hospedaje del hotel
The lamothe house has an incredible location, we could walk and explore the French quarter very easily. The staff was super friendly, the pool Is beautiful, the room was clean and I loved that they used Aveda products in the hotel bathroom. I'd definitely recommend this hotel to anyone and will most likely stay here my next trip to New Orleans.
Very close and convenient to Frenchman Street...choose enough to French Quarter area without being in the middle of it all Nice quiet area, loved having the secure parking lot right there
Great room with huge shower and jacuzzi tub. Bed was very comfortable. Rooms were very much in the style of the French quarter. Great for people that are not using the hotel for more than a place to sleep comfortably with great location for a French quarter experience. No bar attached
Servicio de desayuno es desastroso. habitaciones muy incómodas y sucias. instalaciones muy pobres.
Personal muy amable.Excelente ubicación en el French Quarter. Necesita una reforma. Hotel bastante antiguo.
El hotel está muy bien situado, la habitación que nos toco era grande y el desayuno y el periódico por la mañana son de agradecer. Algo ruidoso, sobretodo por la mañana para los que nos gusta levantarnos tarde. Y quizás también la moqueta en el suelo no da una sensación de limpieza.
me gusto su ubicacion y la atenci'on . podrian mejorar en la limpieza,
Céntrico Instalación muy vieja, mucho ruido de las máquinas de aire acondicionado.
La ubicación es excelente, el hotel es viejo pero limpio, los empleados amables. Me hubiera gustado estar en el área cercana a la alberca, porque está más bonita que el edificio del frente.
Ubicación, antención del personal, limpieza todo realmente excelente. Nada, todo estuvo como se esperaba
Centrico, bien ubicado en zona French Quarter cerca a Restaurants y bares. Junto a tiendas El servicio de desayuno, no era lo mque esperaba, No habia meseros y habia una sola persona que se encargaba de preparar los desayunos y entregarlos a los clientes que esperaban en la puerta de la cocina.
cuando nos cambiaron de cuarto el primer cuarto que nos dieron olia a cigarro la regadera goteaba y el lavabo estaba tapado
I met my best friend in New Orleans for a long weekend, and staying at the Cornstalk was perfect. The room was gorgeous, the staff helpful, the courtyard a perfect oasis to sit and eat take-out lunch, the beds super comfy. It is in the thick of everything, without being right on Bourbon Street, which would have been way too crazy. Royal Street is extraordinary, with tons of gorgeous antique shops and good restaurants. Most importantly - there was a coffee shop just down the block from Cornstalk, and the Verdi Marte is only about four blocks away, where you'll get the best sandwiches in New Orleans. This place was utterly delightful. They don't make it clear on the website that there is no elevator, and that even to get to the ground floor, there is a huge staircase - and this is the only access. The day we were checking out, an elder couple was attempting to check in, but the wife - who used a walker - couldn't begin to make it up the stairs to the ground floor, let alone the 2nd floor room they'd booked. This was a Saturday night, and I imagine they had a terrible time finding another room - and they'd obviously flown in from somewhere far away. This is something that should be made crystal clear to anyone who books a room.
Great location, and what a wonderful room!
Parking was almost 30 dollars a day!
When i made the reservation I was NOT told that I would have to WALK UP 6 FLIGHTS OF STAIRS WITH NO HELP FROM THE STAFF TO CARRY LUGGAGE! Our wifi did not work..our keys did not work..there was a $150.00 deposit that was not told to us until we checked in..We were not expecting that...breakfast was extremely light which was fine but there was no where to eat beside the courtyard and most of the giests occupied that. The location was great..and it was quiet.
the position is very good just in the middle of the french quarter the room was without a window
Best location for the price in the Quarter. Although I would not suggest it for the fussy, those who want a real French Quarter experience will love it. On first impression room very small and ammenities I am use were missing. After my first walk around I realized what this hotel is really about. We loved it!
The location of the hotel was very good - one block from Bourbon Street and a short walk to most of the city attractions. The room facilities were tatty and in needs of an overhaul. The hotel could be very good - it has huge potential, but lots of little things let it down. The bed was not that comfy - in fact some of the slats under the bed had been broken, the bathroom facilities were dated (and in poor maintenance), the hanging space was a joke (a tatty wooden hole), the new blinds that had been fitted were also damaged and I even found an empty food carton under the bed. Not what I expected from a hotel in the USA.
The room was a little small but beautifully decorated
Beautiful hotel if not a bit difficult to find. A perfect French quarter inn on Royal. Phenomenal deal in mid sept.
This hotel although updated has an old vibe to it. It was a great place to stay. It is not your Holiday Inn or Hilton, so if you find yourself looking for that sort of thing this is not your place. Every time someone comes back to the hotel or leaves the hotel you will hear it. Including the 5 am return from the bar. Truly it didn't really bother me because I was in New Orleans for crying out loud. I came to expect it. However, if you are someone that needs complete silence and would be bothered by people getting back at all hours of the day then you may want to reconsider Hotel Royal.
Very comfortable and close to everything. Courtyard was beautiful. Not for elderly or people with problems walking up and down stairs, no evevators,
Convience to it all. Parking and fast internet right in the middle of all the fun. Kind of a maze. Floor sloped down and so did the bed causing me to have to adjust throughout the night.
its in the inthe city of new orleans the rooms are to small. no elevators
The only thing good about this hotel is that is located one block from Bourbon Street. My room was not cleaned even though I requested it. I had to practically beg for clean towels. There was no clock, coffee maker, or remote control for the TV. We were not even told where the included breakfast items would be in the mornings.