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Stayed here in June. The room was very nice. They were in the process of remodeling the hotel and if the room I stayed in was already done they are doing and amazing job. Check in process was very easy. Had valet help with the...More
Stayed for 3 nights, booked late just 2 Weeks before going. On arrival allocated a suite with sitting room kitchenette as well a bedroom. Furnishings were well kept, bed was comfortable, 2 TVs and coffee making for a pot not a miserable cup. Staff were...More
The rooms was exactly like the pictures online. The bed was very comfortable. There was plenty of hot water and the shower was huge. No tub in our room so if you like a soak might want to ask about that. I was greeted by...More
This is our first time to New Orleans. We stayed at the Holiday Inn the first night. It was nice, BUT if you want service, class, taste, then you stay at this hotel. The minute you walk in you are treated like royalty, room was...More
Have been staying here for a few years. Have always had a good experience. Reasonable priced rooms, great location. Rooms have been updated. Wifi worked fine. We were on the 6th floor in a newer room. Very comfortable stay. My daughter was on 3rd floor...More
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US$99 - US$350 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#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!
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"Request a room facing the side or back of the hotel as the front is very noisy at night."