Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area Hotel

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The Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area Hotel is a 4 star 18-story New Orleans hotel is in an early-20th-century building, 2 blocks from the French Quarter and Bourbon St, 6 blocks from Louisiana Superdome, and 0.5 mile from Harrah's New Orleans Casino. This New Orleans hotel ...

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The Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area Hotel is a 4 star 18-story New Orleans hotel is in an early-20th-century building, 2 blocks from the French Quarter and Bourbon St, 6 blocks from Louisiana Superdome, and 0.5 mile from Harrah's New Orleans Casino. This New Orleans hotel is within 2 blocks of the French Quarter and Bourbon Street. The Riverwalk and Ernest N Morial Convention Center are 1 mile away. The Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Qtr Area Hotel has a 24-hour fitness center, and 6 meeting rooms with 8,410 square feet (781 square meters) of meeting a...

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Did some say Hurricane!

Reviewed 18 november, 2021

We landed in New Orleans on a weekend Hurricane Ida was supposed to land on the Sunday of our visit. We had no idea she was moving that fast. Ida came early. The staff at the hotel was calm, nice accommodating and wonderful. Upon our arrival they verified if we needed to extend our stay and had place to stay during the storm. The hotel was neat, clean and Jazzy! It's also very walkable to everything New Orleans. Thank you Renaissance New Orleans we enjoyed the hotel & the city!

Greg and Nikki W

Fun times

Reviewed 22 august, 2020

Great customer service great location . The rooms were clean . The food in the bar down stairs was sooo good 😁 . The best charbroiled oysters ! Look forward to coming back . We stayed for a week and really enjoyed it !

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Between 3* and 4* based on location of your room.

Reviewed 24 april, 2020

The location is great, though not right in the middle of the French quarter, with easy enough access over Canal Street. Now it certainly wasn't a quiet experience. We unfortunately due to the rate I had booked, received a room directly across from the elevator AND on the street side above the garbage cans. I should have moved had I known about the garbage truck noise in advance. Noisy on both sides especially in the morning when the garbage trucks came through. It's a lovely old building with little insulation. The front desk staff was nice and greeted us throughout our 4 night stay. Now the fun part - one night the fire alarms went off around 11:00pm. For some of us with children, yes, we were asleep in New Orleans. So when you are near the elevators, there is a large door that SLAMS shut to disallow access to the elevators during a fire. That door certainly worked and got the opportunity to work 3 times that night at my dismay. Twice before midnight and then again around 5:00am. Luckily being on the 5th floor, it was an easy walk down. I left two in the room before dragging everyone out of bed - there was no fire but an angry dishwasher in the restaurant kitchen whose steam they said was setting off the alarm. The biggest issue was the staff couldn't turn off or knew how to turn off the incessant fire alarm noise even after it was determined a false alarm - the firemen had to do it for them. Now that happened twice - by 500am fire alarm, the staff had figured it out. I would stay here again, believe it or not - though they didn't have a pool. So I might try the other Renaissance with a pool next time. The rooms were nice however our bathroom in 503 needs to be updated as the wallpaper was coming off and tile was moldy. So to avoid garbage truck noise, stay away from any of the lower levels and rooms ending in 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07. I would avoid those numbered room on floors 3,4, 5,6, 7, 8 as well. I guess the higher you get up, the less noisy. You might be better off in rooms ending in 18,19,20,21 etc. Rooms ending in 03 and 04 are directly across from each elevator bank on each floor. Valet parking was $40 a day, I think.

zinniaqueen

Best situation, but old building

Reviewed 1 march, 2020

Walking minutes from French Quarter. Good service, friendly staff, During Carneval very expensive. OLd building with no noise isulation on windows. On stree side very noisy. Restaurant facility inside. Good and cheap parking inside

Waltertrips

Clean & Location is perfect for French Quarter

Reviewed 27 february, 2020

Spent 3 nights here for Mardi Gras. Perfect location to access French Quarter attractions & just a couple blocks from parade routes. Canal street with trolley stops one block away. Daisy Dukes a 24/7 restaurant with good food around the corner. Hotel is clean. Big lobby with lots of seating areas. Small bar in lobby for refreshments & in morning hours a coffee bar is open. The attached restaurant (tacklebox) has really good food and a large bar. All the staff was extremely friendly & helpful. Our housekeeper was fantastic... she made our room shine every day. Our king room had a large bathroom, big closet, and mini fridge/coffee maker/ hair dryer. The bed was soft & comfortable. Parking is valet only - no self park. As far as cons: We did have a problem with the shower leaking out the bottom of door, but we made it work & cleaned it up with towels after using it. The water pressure in shower was not great too. Our friends stayed in a different room and had a bathtub & no problem with pressure... so I guess it just depends on what room you get. Also, lots of street noise, but that’s to be expected with a big city hotel. We would go back because of the location & cleanliness.

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