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New Orleans Marriott

4,860 reviews
+1 504-581-1000

New Orleans Marriott: French Quarter Elegance and Luxury

What's a New Orleans Marriott Room Include?

The massive towers of this 1,300 room hotel dominates the Canal Street skyline, an elegant sanctuary from the French Quarter's frantic pace. The spacious rooms and suites are furnished in southern modern style with bold colors and polished woods. Guests rave over Marriott's signature Revive bedding. The cavernous marble-accented baths feature luxe bath products and a cascade shower. A large flat screen TV with premium channels round out the room amenities. Wired high-speed Internet access is available for a daily fee. 

What Amenities are Available?

The Marriott is one of the most recognizable hotels in New Orleans and offers its guests full-service amenities such as concierge and porter services. There's a gorgeous outdoor pool studded with sun lounges and a fifth-floor fitness center with excellent city views. WiFi is free throughout the hotel's public spaces. The New Orleans Marriott really shines in its on-site dining options. The innovative 5 Fifty 5 restaurant serves modern interpretations of traditional Cajun and Creole cuisine as well as updated American fare. The intimate 55 Farenheit Wine Bar and Lounge serves classic cocktails and boasts an impressive wine list with more than 200 selections. There's also a Starbucks for a quick cup of joe and a sweet. Parking is by valet only.

What are the Rates Like?

You'll definite pay a premium for the Marriott's prime location and luxurious amenities. Expect to shell out between $210 USD and $240 USD per night. Other fees add up quickly, such as the daily surcharge for in-room Internet access, parking, and tips for the staff. 

What's the Bottom Line?

If location, luxury, and top-notch service are your main criteria, you can't go wrong with the New Orleans Marriott. This is a perfect hotel for romantic getaways and Mardi Gras revelry. Business travelers might find the lack of work space and in-room WiFi inconvenient, but upgrading to the Concierge room offers access to business services for an additional fee. 

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Central Business District
555 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
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User Highlights
"Fantastic restaurants within walking distance" "Excellent onsite parking"
Not enough parking facilities, according to 81%.
98% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
"Impeccable customer service" "Phenomenal front desk staff"
90% found the staff to be very friendly.
68% said the reception staff was ok.
"Rooms were very clean and comfortable" "Clean beds"
77% said rooms were clean.
83% thought it was clean.
"Made to order omlets" "We even had complimentary breakfast"
Breakfast prices were ok, according to 56%.
"Horrible water pressure" "Carpet was stained"
77% said rooms were clean.
85% said the beds were comfortable.
"No fan in bathroom" "Air-conditioning didn't work"
85% said the beds were comfortable.
69% said rooms were small.
"Fantastic property" "Quiet lounge facilities"
54% thought the building was acceptable.
74% complained about the elevator.
Wellness Area
"No jacuzzi" "Good fitness center"
top-notch fitness area, thought 78%.
Value for money
"Charged me for 3 days" "Poor value for your money"
55% thought it was overpriced.
Breakfast prices were ok, according to 56%.
"Paying for Wifi" "Wifi wouldn't work"
80% said the wifi quality was bad.
55% thought it was overpriced.

Good to know...

Elevator in need of updating
Great view
Parking is rare
Clean rooms
Expert Reviews
Stay in the "middle of the action" at this "elegant" French Quarter high-rise with "pleasant" (if a "tad small") digs, featuring "soft" bedding plus city or river views in some.
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This hotel is mere steps from the French Quarter's restaurants, nightspots and historical attractions, as well as the Mississippi Riverfront with an aquarium, casino and shopping mall.