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Sheraton New Orleans Hotel

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • large hotel with lots of rooms
  • experienced staff
  • great service
  • central location

    Cons

  • typical corporate convention property
  • lacks the warmth of some of its competitors
  • can be crowded during peak season

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Sheraton New Orleans Hotel Review

After a $50 million stem-to-stern renovation, this property is more ready than ever to please corporate groups and conventions. Expect top-quality service, including a superfast elevator system. In the lobby, a fountain sets a tropical tone, and a Starbucks is a popular meeting spot. The hotel offers a nice balance of Creole and Cajun-style dishes in the airy second-floor Roux Bistro. The Pelican Bar is a highlight. Executive rooms come with many special amenities, but even the regular guest rooms are spacious and well-appointed, with contemporary finishes and lots of extras. One of the great downtown eateries, the Palace Café, is right across Canal Street.

    Hotel Details

  • 1,100 rooms, 53 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-30-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Tsk Tsk

    We stayed at the Sheraton in New Orleans and were initially very pleased. However, upon closer inspection we found the hotel lacking. The pool is miniscule. The room service is insanely overpriced, especially considering the Shoney's-esque quality. You have to pay extra to use the gym and there is no free wi-fi. The parking is atrocious and confusing, although this could be due to sidewalk construction outside the hotel. Overall, not worth the high price. Try the Loew's hotel for a real value.

    by cristindanielle, 7/17/07

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