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I arrived at the Lafayette and was immediately greeted by Carla Jane Brown, who is so nice and knowledgable about the area. You should know something about this hotel - if they have the room, they will automatically upgrade you. This is unheard of on...More
PROS: 1) Near everything, next to nothing. No noise (unless there's a concert in Lafayette Park), no vomit (as in the Quarter), no crowds. The area is becoming a little more touristy, so that may change. 2) I think it's relatively cheap, compared with other...More
I'm not really sure what's going on with this hotel. It is well located and has an elegant exterior but once you enter it all changes. The bar and restaurant seem to be franchised out and not open, which is shocking given the number of...More
I went on a long weekend vacation to NOLA with my sister - this hotel was reasonably priced, right outside the prime French quarter, and a clean, large room. The staff were very friendly and we would definitely come back to stay here again. If...More
This place is in a great location, walking distance to everything. There is also free parking around if you look hard enough so we didn't even need to pay the hotel parking fee for the three days that we were there. The rooms were clean...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$88 - US$257 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#48 Family Hotel in New Orleans
#82 Romantic Hotel in New Orleans
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Hi Chelsi, The Lafayette Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel. If you are concerned about allergies, you might try one of our sister hotels where pets are not permitted: Place d'Armes, Hotel St. Marie, French Market Inn, and Prince... More
Hi Chelsi, The Lafayette Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel. If you are concerned about allergies, you might try one of our sister hotels where pets are not permitted: Place d'Armes, Hotel St. Marie, French Market Inn, and Prince Conti Hotel.
The Lafayette Hotel only has one main entrance and it does go through the lobby. The hotel also has a parking lot located directly across the street from the hotel. Guests can reserve rooms that have street-side balconies by... More
The Lafayette Hotel only has one main entrance and it does go through the lobby. The hotel also has a parking lot located directly across the street from the hotel. Guests can reserve rooms that have street-side balconies by calling the hotel or visiting the hotel’s website. I hope this helps!