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SpringHill Suites by Marriott New Orleans DT/Convention Ctr

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

They allowed us an earlier check in because the room was ready. The room was spacious and immaculately clean. Big points! Daily service, including full breakfast, which I was never able to attend because it ended at 9:00 AM and I had late night events on the convention. They should extend till at least 10:00 AM. Staff was friendly and helpful. Close proximity to the convention center. Best feature was the value for price. Room rate averaged $150 per night, less than other hotels in the Warehouse District. Would do it again in a minute!

The hotel was clean. The breakfast was good. The staff was superb. Very close to the Convention Center, a 10 minute walk to the French Quarter, and a short street car ride to the Garden District.

Stayed with a family of 5 in a suite. Enough room and a comfortable stau6.

Amenity locations could have had better directions.

The only thing we didn't like was the construction around the hotel and the view from our room was construction. Not the fault of the hotel. The staff was all very friendly and accommodating. Great breakfast too. Room could have been a little cleaner and the sofa bed mattress was very thin but they usually are. Overall very nice place.

The room was small and a poor configuration. I feel like because of the rate I received I got an older or poorer quality room than others. It felt like bait & switch. Had I not been locked in for the hotel I would have moved to another hotel

Convenient to the French Quarter, but not overrun. Also some less crowded place nearby to enjoy. Super friendly staff, although there may be some wait for service, since they spend time with each guest seeking help or information.

We spent 3 days in NOLA before our cruise. I chose the hotel because it is an easy 5 minute walk to the ship. After the $36 taxi ride from the airport we were met at the hotel by the friendliest staff we have ever encountered in 50+ years of travel. The rooms are large with comfortable beds and a nice kitchenette area. The included breakfast was very good. It took us about 15 minutes to walk to Bourbon Street and less time to get to the HUGE WW2 museum. Next time I will skip the cruise and stay in NOLA ....... its a GREAT CITY !!!!

The breakfast was great , everything was pretty good

Our family of 2 adults and 2 teens had a wonderful experience. Well...the first night we were practically in the front yard of a bar that partied til 2am, so not so great. But the next morning the front desk couldn't be more accommodating & we were wisked into a nice 4th floor inside room. Beautiful place. Good food. All nice staff--we were there 3 nights. It was expensive, but there were several things going on that weekend, so we expected that.

We stayed in NOLA to go to the aquarium and the zoo. The hotel was just a few short blocks to the aquarium. The room was plenty big for me and my 4 kiddos. The hotel staff were super nice and the breakfast each morning was AMAZING! DEFINITELY RECOMMEND THIS HOTEL!!

Last minute trip to New Orleans and we ended up here. It's a clean hotel but has some renovation going on in the driveway. Can't beat the value. Plenty of food options within a block. The river walk is pretty much across the street. About a mile to bourbon street and the French quarter. Staff was nice. Complimentary breakfast not anything special.

I took my 6, 8, 8, & 9 year olds to New Orleans to the aquarium, imax theater, and the zoo. The room was huge, very comfortable, and very nice. It was just a short walk to the aquarium and imax and close to some great restaurants. The staff were super friendly and they had an awesome breakfast every morning! I highly recommend this hotel, it's not near the French Quarter but that wasn't where we needed to be, but it's not a bad walk if you did want to go!

Location was just close enough. Hotel was very new and clean. Pool and whirlpool were nice at the end of the day.

When we first arrived, we weren't sure what to expect because the area is undergoing urban renewal with some boarded up buildings and road work going on. We were pleasantly surprised by the inside of the hotel. The staff were all extremely helpful. The rooms were clean and comfortable for our family of five. The pool and gym facilities were nice. Breakfast was included and items were constantly replenished. The biggest downside for us would be that it was kind of far to walk to the French Quarter. There is a trolley stop about three blocks away although it was a little difficult to locate because of the construction going on in the area. Parking was $25/night which for a large city wasn't unreasonable. Overall I think the hotel was a great deal for the price and I would return if ever in New Orleans again.

We went for Bayou Classic, the room was ready, this location is within walking distance from downtown, the staff was very courteous the entire time, including those that served in breakfast area. The only downfall is by it being a holiday weekend, there was a charge for parking which was not stated, but they do have other spaces that are free on a first come first served basis at a certiain hour. So prepare to pay for parking without hassle. The other problem is hearing into other rooms, not to quite, and I was on a side that could hear the nightclub/bar near by! So i guess it depends where you are, the location is one of the greatest,

The hotel was pretty average as far as hotels go. The room was nice and served my family well but when we got there after driving 8 hours, they tell us at check-in that the parking garage is full but they have a recommendation of a parking garage a couple of blocks away. I don't know what parking would have cost us there. NOLA doesn't have cheap parking anywhere, we are aware of that but, NO PARKING! It cost us $30 bucks and a long walk in 80 - 90 degree heat. Not impressed to say the least. Breakfast was free. With a family of 5, that was nice.

We stayed here for a mardi gras ball at the convention center. it was a great location. parking filled up fast and had to pay to park down the street.

Even though you are not right on Bourbon street, this hotel is the perfect place to stay with just a quick cab ride to Jackson Square. We stayed here during the 2013 French Quarter Festival and slept great! We would definitely go back to this hotel again.

Room options

Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Suite, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for SpringHill Suites by Marriott New Orleans DT/Convention Ctr

Everyone (8) Couples (7) Business (3) Family (17) Friends (9) Other (3)
5

nice hotel close to the convention center

Everyone

They allowed us an earlier check in because the room was ready. The room was spacious and immaculately clean. Big points! Daily service, including full breakfast, which I was never able to attend because it ended at 9:00 AM and I had late night events on the convention. They should extend till at least 10:00 AM. Staff was friendly and helpful. Close proximity to the convention center. Best feature was the value for price. Room rate averaged $150 per night, less than other hotels in the Warehouse District. Would do it again in a minute!

By , from Providence, RI on Mar 16, 2017

4

nice hotel close to convention center

Everyone

The hotel was clean. The breakfast was good. The staff was superb. Very close to the Convention Center, a 10 minute walk to the French Quarter, and a short street car ride to the Garden District.

By , from Reading, PA on Nov 21, 2016

5

great stay!

Everyone

By on Nov 7, 2016

5

nice hotel less than 1 mile to french quarters.

Everyone

Stayed with a family of 5 in a suite. Enough room and a comfortable stau6.

By , from Orlando, FL on Aug 4, 2016

4
Everyone

Amenity locations could have had better directions.

By on Jul 23, 2016

4

family of 5

Everyone

The only thing we didn't like was the construction around the hotel and the view from our room was construction. Not the fault of the hotel. The staff was all very friendly and accommodating. Great breakfast too. Room could have been a little cleaner and the sofa bed mattress was very thin but they usually are. Overall very nice place.

By on Jul 23, 2016

2

bait & switch

Everyone

The room was small and a poor configuration. I feel like because of the rate I received I got an older or poorer quality room than others. It felt like bait & switch. Had I not been locked in for the hotel I would have moved to another hotel

By , from St. Louis Mo on Jun 12, 2016

5

clean, friendly, warehouse district hotel

Everyone

Convenient to the French Quarter, but not overrun. Also some less crowded place nearby to enjoy. Super friendly staff, although there may be some wait for service, since they spend time with each guest seeking help or information.

By , from Leawood, KS on Apr 4, 2016

5

best staff ever !!!

Families

We spent 3 days in NOLA before our cruise. I chose the hotel because it is an easy 5 minute walk to the ship. After the $36 taxi ride from the airport we were met at the hotel by the friendliest staff we have ever encountered in 50+ years of travel. The rooms are large with comfortable beds and a nice kitchenette area. The included breakfast was very good. It took us about 15 minutes to walk to Bourbon Street and less time to get to the HUGE WW2 museum. Next time I will skip the cruise and stay in NOLA ....... its a GREAT CITY !!!!

By on Dec 30, 2015

5

great

Families

The breakfast was great , everything was pretty good

By on Aug 17, 2015