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Maison Pierre Lafitte is in a very unassuming but perfect location, located right next door to The Roosevelt. Maison's accommodations are nice and comfortable and the staff are very personable. They do not have parking; however, across the street is a secure parking tower and...More
This place is awesome good location very nice people very helpful. Diffentely will be staying here again. Very very clean. Close to the trolley and the French Quater is across the street can get any better.
We had a great stay. Location is close to everything, which is good/bad. The room itself was clean, spacious studio with a kitchenette and small bathroom. We were on 4th floor on corner of Roosevelt and Canal. With that also comes the bad- LOUD, streetcars...More
A group of four of us rented the two bedroom for a week in New Orleans. I admit I had read some reviews and was nervous as to what I would find. All of my fears disappeared when we walked into our apt. We had...More
Four of us stayed at this unique hotel this past week and it was a perfect fit for us. We had two large bedrooms, a large living room with balcony access overlooking Canal Street and with two baths. The staff was super friendly and always...More
USD 227 - USD 312 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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