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How can this even be considered a hotel?! This is a hostil AT MOST.. and crappy hostil at that.
There is plastic on the beds.. but even under the plastic the beds are stained? Makes you wonder if the plastic is for the hotels protection...More
Ok, this place is a great place to stay if you're wanting something cheap and within walking distance of the French quarter and the four cemeteries close by. The room's were clean and the staff is friendly. We sat on the balcony a couple nights...More
Where do I start? We were told to park on the grass. We were told we were not allowed to bring anyone to our room, all entertaining had to be done outside. We were told we had to turn in our room key each time...More
There are other pictures in this section...Mine posted on booking.com This place is aweful. The bathroom wall was held up with masking tape. The climate control an old window ac and a plug in portable heater. Extra towels in grocery bag. The bathroom was so...More
Don't stay in this hotel if you don't want your trip to be a disaster. BYW, not every room has wifi, guess you'll know if you're lucky or not. Travelling for sightseeing, but this hotel turned my dream into a nightmare
USD 74 - USD 140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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