Four Points by Sheraton French Quarter

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The Four Points By Sheraton French Quarter is a 3 star hotel set on the former site of the French Opera House. Today, this New Orleans hotel stands amid all the "action," as the corners of Bourbon and Toulouse are a crossroads famous for Jazz, parades, shopping, and Cajun food. The Four Points by Sh...

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The Four Points By Sheraton French Quarter is a 3 star hotel set on the former site of the French Opera House. Today, this New Orleans hotel stands amid all the "action," as the corners of Bourbon and Toulouse are a crossroads famous for Jazz, parades, shopping, and Cajun food. The Four Points by Sheraton balconies are especially popular vantage points during Mardi Gras. This New Orleans hotel is perfectly positioned at the intersection of Bourbon and Toulouse streets, 1 block from famed Pat O'Brien's Bar, while Jackson Square and Louis Armstrong Park are within 4 blocks. In the courtyard, a f...

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Location, Location, Location!

Reviewed 19 january, 2022

If you enjoy being in the middle of the action, Four Points Sheraton French Quarter is the place for you. Reserve a room with a balcony, and you can enjoy the fun of Bourbon Street from above. Hotel ammenities are quite adequate, rooms are clean and comfortable, and staff was very helpful and courteous.

Mary B

The renovations are beautiful!

Reviewed 8 december, 2021

We had a Bourbon Street Balcony room. The room was so clean and nice. Our little private balcony was so fun. We threw beads and enjoyed the crowds from up high. We loved it. However, be aware…if you don’t like noise get an inside room. It’s loud all night long. We wore earplugs when we were ready to lay down. But isn’t a balcony on bourbon an experience everyone should have? Also, you are close to everything. We walked to The Court of Two Sisters, GW Fins, The New Orleans School of Cooking and all the bars and fun are right there. Whether you get a balcony or interior room. This hotel is clean and nice and affordable.


Great location, mediocre hotel

Reviewed 25 november, 2021

Stayed 5 nights over Thanksgiving. This hotel is great as far as location goes. Being in the French quarter most is walking distance from this hotel. Unfortunately due to it being on bourbon st, expect lots of noise from the street and from your neighbors coming in late. Bring ear plugs if you’re a light sleeper. The hotel/room itself was clean, the bathroom is super small and after 5 days it was really getting to us. There is also no daily housekeeping but you can request it along with new towels. We didn’t get to use the pool as it’s not heated and the bar/restaurant was closed. Overall the hotel was fine, I would not stay here again simply because I would never stay on bourbon st again. If you’re not into the night life stay somewhere else in the French quarter and visit bourbon st.


Great Location for Fun Balcony Rooms-With Caveats

Reviewed 8 october, 2021

This hotel was fantastic! The front desk, porter, and housekeeping were wonderful for our entire stay. Our 3rd floor Bourbon St balcony room was a fun way to experience the French Quarter in the center of everything. The pros: location, amenities, staff, weekend breakfasts (OMG, the blueberry pancakes!), Covid-19 precautions, balconies for people watching/hanging out/morning coffee & meals, rooms, great pillows. The cons: if you want to get a quiet night's sleep, those balcony rooms on Bourbon may present a challenge. The Funky 544 nightclub sits on the corner of Bourbon and Toulouse and keeps the doors open on both streets. It plays music at a volume so loud that I am certain they are trying to make sure people in Miami can hear it. Like seriously. Saturday night: loud music until 6am. Sunday night: loud music until about midnight. Monday/Tuesday nights: closed. These 2 nights were an anomaly, I think mostly because of the light foot traffic, Hurricane Ida recovery, and the kind of off season of early October. Gotta hand it to the public sanitation crew, too. They were out early every morning clearing the streets of the previous night's evidence. Kind of loud but not Funky 544 loud. I would ask for a room further down Bourbon away from Toulouse if you can get it just to dull the night club noise (maybe?). Ear plugs or white noise in earbuds can help. If you don't mind missing out on the pros of those Bourbon St balconies, the interior balcony rooms around the stunningly quiet pool courtyard might be a great tradeoff to get the location without the noise. Last thing, the bathroom was kind of small and the door was like a saloon door which opened in the middle. It was awkward and weird. The only way to fix it would be to replace it with door/doors that open out into the hallway or a pocket sliding door in the wall. If you still want the Bourbon St balcony experience without the Funky 544 nuisance (which most certainly is normally a 7 night/week operation), I understand the Royal Sonesta might be an alternative. However, I would choose the Four Points Sheraton again.

Dawna C

Birthday on Bourbon

Reviewed 5 september, 2021

This was a central location to every thing and all the action sits out front of the hotel doors. Party Zone 1, we had a Balcony room and it was perfect for crowd watching. Hotel was clean and staff was awesome!! I would recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to go out in the crowd and come back in to cool off and relax then go back out again. Perfect Location!!!