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UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP AND NEW MANAGEMENT Holiday Inn Express – In The Middle of Everything New Orleans Located in the central business district of downtown, the newly redesigned Holiday Inn Express® New Orleans Downtown hotel is 2 blocks from the Mercedes Benz Superdome and Smoothie King Arena, only one block from new Market District. Holiday Inn Express New Orleans Downtown is walking distance to almost everything a guest comes to New Orleans to see. The hotel borders the French Quarter, is in the heart of New Orleans’ entertainment district and is an ideal setting for business travelers. The area is also home to Shell Oil Company and Entergy Corporation. Our rooms offer the new Formula Blue Smart Travel Design and we offer a complimentary full breakfast buffet each morning.
All reviewsbarn stylefront deskstyle doorshower and toiletfrench quartercanal streetroom was small but cleansaints gameminute walkstayed here for one nightdirty towelsfree breakfastwould stay here againhotel parkingwithin walking distancesuper domeyogurt
Reasonably priced hotel in an excellent location. Three short blocks from Canal St & another 2 blocks down to Bourbon. Clean & quiet with very comfortable beds. I read more than a few reviews where people expressed their displeasure with the breakfast. Don't know what...More
Stayed here for a Bears at Saints game. Fantastic location. Close to Mercedes Benz Super Dome. Two streets down. Three streets over. Few blocks from Bourbon Street. Eating and drinking all around this place. Has Convenient Parking. Rooms were nice, modern with two queen beds....More
My group chose this hotel because of the price and vicinity to canal and French Quarter. All within walking distance. There was only one person working the check in counter where we waited 15 mins before one of the managers, Carl came over to help....More
The Holiday Inn Express New Orleans Downtown on O'Keefe St is the precise example of "just enough." Allow me to explain.
+ Staff members are generally friendly and willing to help.
+ The room AC (wall mounted unit) worked fine.
+ On the surface,...More
I was pleasantly surprised at how clean and modern this hotel was after I found a very low priced deal on staying here. I was in town for a conference and the location of this hotel was very convenient from the business district and the...More
Compared to the more evocative monikers of some other parts of New Orleans, the downtown’s humdrum title might suggest that this area is all about business and little else. But don’t let the bland name keep you away from the Central Business District. The CBD offers a wide range of fun things to do that would be touted as exceptional in less jubilant corners of the world. Bordered by the French Quarter, the Arts
District and Tremé, with the river at its eastern extreme, this hub for sports, gaming, shopping, theatre, family-friendly activities, and amazing regional cuisine makes a smart base wherever your interests lie.
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Its a few minutes walk to the hop on hop off trolley. As for lamb sausage ? Hardly ! HIE offers a basic continental breakfast with some ‘ heat (microwave ) and serve ‘ items like powdered scrambled eggs , pork or turkey... More
Its a few minutes walk to the hop on hop off trolley. As for lamb sausage ? Hardly ! HIE offers a basic continental breakfast with some ‘ heat (microwave ) and serve ‘ items like powdered scrambled eggs , pork or turkey sausage patties , the pancake machine , etc. But there’s a great breakfast place around the corner if you don’t like the free breakfast here. . Not sure if they have lamb sausage tho
It is an old building. I didn’t care for it at all. The bathroom door is a slider door and if you are sharing a room, you have zero privacy when you go to the bathroom. The location is within walking distance to Canal... More
It is an old building. I didn’t care for it at all. The bathroom door is a slider door and if you are sharing a room, you have zero privacy when you go to the bathroom. The location is within walking distance to Canal Street and the French Quarter.