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Unique, historical atmosphere. Comfortable rooms with exposed brick and original windows Staff is super friendly and helpful. Convenient location to so many things. Bar downstairs serves great pizza, cocktails and breakfast. We will be back!
We stayed here and really enjoyed the atmosphere and quirky vibe. The rooms have some old brick wall or walls depending on the room location. The bar was a hot spot for guests and the staff were very friendly. We had a great cocktail to...More
This hotel has a great vibe. It's Unique, doesn't feel like a big chain hotel, and captures the spirit of NOLA well. It's in good location within walking distance to French Quarter. The lobby bar was fun and had great pizza!
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Loved this little boutique hotel in New Orleans! All within walk distance of the French Quarter. The staff was extremely accommodating! Coldest day ever in New Orleans with ice and snow in the ground. The staff made sure everyone was warm and cozy! Have us...More
Response from Leanna H, Director of Operations at Q&C HotelBar New Orleans, Autograph CollectionResponded 1 week ago
So you got to stay with us during the NOLA blizzard?! I'm so sorry you had to deal with the cold all the way down here! I'm glad to hear that we were accommodating and we hope to see you now that the weather is...More
I really wanted to love this hotel. It has a cool vibe to it, but once you look a little closer, it needs some attention. Overall, it seemed a bit tired, in need of fixing and paint in many places. The rooms were small and...More
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Response from Leanna H, Director Of Operations at Q&C HotelBar New Orleans, Autograph CollectionResponded 1 week ago
We appreciate you sharing your experience of our property during your recent visit. I apologize you had trouble with getting daily housekeeping service. I will speak to our Housekeeping department to ensure that our guests that are staying over are serviced in a timely manner....More
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