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We love to ride the St. Charles Street Car whenever we are in the city. The Q and C is only one short block from St. Charlie. The hotel itself is really cool as it is a couple of old historical railroad company buildings. It...More
Wonderful location. most friendly and helpful staff, especially Sean at the front desk.
cant wait to go back.
rooms are clean and spacious.
Breakfast was wonderful - suggest the Oatmeal.. Yummy.
Location is walking distance from Burboun street
This hotel was everything! Will was so helpful and accommodating our entire stay. Excellent food and activity recommendations and Elaine’s service at breakfast made us feel like we were home. We plan to stay here every time we visit the Big Easy!
We stopped here for three long days.
The hotel is a great spot just a hop and skip away from the main area of New Orleans, but that is about it. The hotel is slip in the middle bu a street, we were located across...More
Nice hotel, helpful staff, a little noisy in hotel at night Friday. A fair amount of street noise.
The location was fantastic! Able to walk almost everywhere. Tours taken offered on site pick up. Didn't need a car. Uber and Cab fare for airport to...More
Response from Joseph Q, General Manager at Q&C HotelBar New Orleans, Autograph CollectionResponded today
Hello Debra341959 and thank you for the review. We truly appreciate the kind words about our team here and I will make sure to pass along this feedback to them. I am sorry t hat t he outside noise affected your stay. I will see...More
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