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Stayed here with my kids and grandkids for a family vacation for 1 night when we got in late from the airport. Hotel was very accommodating even though we got in around 1am. They had 2 rooms ready for us with complimentary items. Even at...More
I would definitely stay in this hotel next time I’m in New Orleans and I highly recommend it. Like all Intercontinental locations, the staff is very helpful and welcoming from the moment you come in. I love how the lobby and rooms were decorated with...More
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Response from John R, General Manager at InterContinental New OrleansResponded 22 January 2018
Dear TA Reviewer,
Thank you very much for the 5 star review of our hotel. We appreciate that you took the time to write about your experience and the great service provided by our team. We hope that you were able to try our signature...More
Stayed here for one week during a business trip. Hotel was very nice in a great location, walk to French Quarter and Bourbon Street. Canal street is a couple of blocks away and the market area / Jackson Square was a good 15 minute walk....More
My sister& I came for 5 nights/4days. The hotel is perfectly located on St Charles trolley line. Very quiet neighborhood. The rooms are large & clean . They changed my pillows from feather to non allergic. The concerige George was the best. Helped with tours,...More
We had an amazing stay over spring break! The staff was exceptional and the amenities exceeded our needs. The food in both the restaurant and room service was delicious and convient. We would definitely stay here again!!
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Hello, I pre-paid for my lodging at the hotel and the front desk required my card for incidentals and charged a mere $50.00 upon check in that was credited back in a few days after check out as I did not incur any additional... More
Hello, I pre-paid for my lodging at the hotel and the front desk required my card for incidentals and charged a mere $50.00 upon check in that was credited back in a few days after check out as I did not incur any additional fees during my stay.