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The empress was a very nice and comfortable place for me! Clerks were friendly and assisted me with what I needed. Very good price to be located so close to the French quarter. I will definitely be returning there when needed!
My friend and I booked the Empress despite the negative reviews we read here and on other sites. We were travelling on a budget and were willing to sacrifice luxury for economy. I was prepared for the hotel to be dreadful... it was not!!! Dated,...More
I recently stayed at the Empress. We had an enjoyable stay. The rooms were nice and for exactly what we needed. It was clean and had complementary coffee. Just a few blocks from The Quarters. Will definitely stay there again.
Had a great stay, great location the rate was in my price range .The staff was very helpful, I believe the desk clerk was named Cristopher very professional and a friendly personalty. Can't wait to visit The Big Easy during Halloween and stay at the...More
Great price .easy access to French quarter clean rooms.excellent parking,nice balcony .Friendly and helpful staff.easy access to trolly.lobby had various tourist information well lit excellent wifi good experience
US$81 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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