Aug 9 - Aug 10
Not just a hotel room, a huge, gorgeous, full-size apartment. Looked like it had just been remodeled by HGTV. Beautiful rooftop pool. Great game room & exercise room. Nice staff. Walking distance to the French quarter. We wish we could have stayed longer (or just moved in) and we'll definitely be ...
We attended a concert at the Saenger Theatre, and it was very convenient. Only about a three to four minute walk. The room was very clean. There's no front desk, so communication was limited. I did have to call a few times to get info on check in and check out. Overall, it was a very pleasant stay. ...
The Jung is one of our favorite hotels in New Orleans, so my husband and I decided we’d try out Sonder within the hotel. Overall, it was a good experience. All communication with Sonder was outstanding! They are super responsive, very pleasant and eager to please. The process was a breeze, from booking, ...
Aug 20 - Aug 21
The property is well maintained. Nice curb appeal!
Aug 9 - Aug 10
property was well kelp. seemed to be making upgrades.
The loft was roomy however the sofa bed was very bad. Sleeping was difficult since the sofa was uncomfortable and the window in room(407) was above a loading dock. There were truck noises most of the night. The couch was bad to sit on so even watching TV was not good. The room was not clean. The ...
It is conveniently located: there are nice restaurants and grocery stores nearby, and it is on Canal street, one of the main streets where you can take a streetcar to downtown. The place is clean and cozy. The room is well lit and provides a microwave, a tv with free Netflix, a mini-fridge, and a ...
Aug 19 - Aug 20
The actual property was nice. The location was fine as well, but what they DO NOT clarify and tell you is that they take TWO HOLDS of $75 EACH! They tell you they take a hold on your account for incedentials and that it takes up to 7 business days for it to release. But then when I checked my bank ...
Aug 19 - Aug 20
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