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We were upgraded to a double king suite when we arrived, thanks to Osa, who helped check us in. We were traveling with our adult son. The beds were very comfortable and the staff was exceptionally pleasant. The hotel was clean. The style and atmosphere...More
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Response from TeamMarriott, General Manager at Courtyard New Orleans French Quarter/IbervilleResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for being our guest at the Courtyard New Orleans French Quarter/Iberville. We are pleased that we could provide you with a gratifying stay and we appreciate your generous comments. Evaluations like these inspire and motivate our team to continue delivering exceptional...More
Great hotel property. Utilized one of the two king bed suites sharing one bathroom. Really liked this setup and would make for two couples using the same room very easy to do. In fact, they both have barn doors to give some privacy between rooms....More
It was a last minute trip to New Orleans, most hotels were full or ridiculously expensive, luckily for me the Courtyard was available, not that it was cheap, but it was less expensive than others in the area.
Located within the Quarter, the hotel is...More
What I loved about this place was it was a three minute walk to the heart of the French quarter but was far enough away where u didn’t hear the noise at night.
A slight negative is two elevators - one to get to second...More
Great customer service! Love Sharacus R. was amazing! He gave us outstanding service. He's a great representative for Marriott. Sharacus R. was a perfect gentleman, pleasant and he went out of his way to help us by any means necessary. Also, Osa provided great customer...More
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