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Best Moderately Priced Hotel for New Orleans Vacation

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We will be traveling to New Orleans immediately after school is out in the Northeast for a week's visit. No one in the group of six has ever been to New Orleans, but we travel to a new destination every year as a group. It will be my wife and daughters (ages 3 and 7), in addition to my parents. We have been researching the destination and attractions. I would like any input on any moderately priced hotel anyone would recommend. We have looked into the Avenue Plaza Resorts, the Country Inn and Suites, the Springhilll Suites, the Best Western Plus French Quarter Landmark, the Staybridge Suites, and finally, the Westin Canal Place. I was really impressed with the amenities of the Westin until I read the comments on Trip Advisor. So I think even though that sounds like a nice place, I am a little gun shy about the reviews. The Avenue Plaza and Country Inn and Suites caught my eye otherwise.
Any input on the hotel to choose or any inside tips on anything in particular in addition to the hotel? We would like to do some sights in the mornings and relax by the pool in the afternoon most days. Thanks in advance for your input.

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