I typically stay at a Hilton Property but due to the lateness, my options were limited. I decided to go with Le Pavillon and could not be any happier with my choice. Great location, awesome and friendly staff and a comfortable room. I will definitely stay here again.
The hotel is lovely and all of the staff were excellent. The housekeeping was a bit relaxed, we didn’t get new cups everyday, nor was our coffee and tea replaced. We had plenty of towels and everyone was very helpful and friendly.
The hotel is located centrally in the hip downtown warehouse district, walking distance to Bourbon Street and Garden District. Since this is technically a 4 star hotel, we expect to have umbrellas available but they didn't. We had to find a place to buy an umbrella when the rain came. In New Orleans, ...
Check in was fast and friendly. I've stayed at this hotel twice before. My daughter and I came in town for Luna fete, which is in Lafayette Square directly next to the hotel. Valet is $44.50 a night, but there are plenty of parking lots and garages close by. They are typically $40 (give or take) for over night parking. We look forward to our next stay.
Hotel was nice and in a good location. The staff was friendly. My only complaint was that there was a lot of noise coming from somewhere in the hotel at night. It sounded like if there was work being done. I didn't tell the staff, so that is on me but I was getting back to the room late and it sounded like hammering. It would get quiet and then loud again. Didn't stop me from sleeping since I was coming back to the room tired. Overall the hotel was very good.
Very nice hotel with a great location. Everyone was great, especially the valet staff.
The hotel is located centrally in the hip downtown warehouse district, walking distance to Bourbon Street and Garden District. Since this is technically a 4 star hotel, we expect to have umbrellas available but they didn't. We had to find a place to buy an umbrella when the rain came. In New Orleans, where weather is unpredictable, I'd think they'd have that available to us.
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