Queen And Crescent Hotel New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

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Conveniently located in the heart of the business district, guests of the Queen And Crescent Hotel New Orleans will find many New Orleans attractions within easy reach. Within just a few blocks, guests can tour the French Quarter and Bourbon Street, and sample the local cuisine and nightlife. Also nearby are Morial Convention Center, the Superdome, and the Aquarium of the America’s. The Queen And Crescent Hotel New Orleans is located in the business district at 344 Camp Street, New Orleans. Guest rooms at the Queen And Crescent Hotel New Orleans include mini bars, coffee makers, hair dryers, irons and ironing boards, plush robes, plus in room fax and modem capabilities. With an atmosphere from the early 1900’s, the Queen And Crescent Hotel New Orleans offers guests many amenities, as well as a taste of the past. The hotel features a daily complimentary Continental breakfast, an on-site lounge, 24-hour valet parking, concierge and laundry services, and an executive fitness center. The hotel also provides meeting and banquet facilities for special events. The hotel features 196 rooms in two, 12 story buildings.

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  1. Jennifer Close (verified owner)

    Basic hotel room away from the noise of the French Quarter

    Unless we find a deal elsewhere, this is typically the hotel we stay at when we head to New Orleans. It is opposite of the French Quarter, on the other side of Canal Street but it is close enough to use as a home base. We also like where it is located in relation to Decatur Street, which is where we often spend much of our visit with the family. The hotel room itself is standard but had enough room for our family of four. Parking is the one downside. It is over 30 dollars a night, which is typical in NOLA. During one of our stays, we had to wait almost three hours for our car. They double park the cars and our car was stuck above a car in which they couldn’t locate the keys. They were eventually able to get our car out and offered some compensation. We were annoyed but everyone was kind and apologetic and we considered it extra free time to do some last minute exploring.

    Tips for Families

    You will have to pay for wifi if you need it during your stay.

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