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The Hyatt gave us a great deal and was beautiful. The service was great, the room was huge, and the breakfast at 8 Block was incredible. The concierge helped us with tours and dinner reservations which was greatly appreciated since a tropical storm made everything...More
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I stayed here three nights and overall had a pleasant experience. The hotel is huge. My king bed was very comfortable. They have several restaurants in the hotel. Including Seafood, Sushi, pizza, and a very elaborate breakfast buffet. I would recommend this hotel. The elevators...More
US$139 - US$426 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#13 Green Hotel in New Orleans
#19 Luxury Hotel in New Orleans
#44 Business Hotel in New Orleans
#48 Romantic Hotel in New Orleans
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