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|"Beautiful rooms and very friendly staff!"||(in 63 reviews)|
|"Location excellent walk to everything."||(in 62 reviews)|
|"We highly recommend this hotel!"||(in 32 reviews)|
|"The room was not cleaned satisfactorily."||(in 23 reviews)|
|"Parking was expensive"||(in 5 reviews)|
|"I understand it inconvenient because it's New Orleans."||(in 2 reviews)|
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Quiet in the French Quarter
Rooms were clean and spacious. Bed linens were very nice. The inner courtyard is beautiful, expecially in the morning during breakfast. Next time we'll reserve a room on the courtyard. Our room faced Decatur St, but was quiet at night.
Very nice hotel lots of good things about it including location and cleanliness and most staff
Very rude and noisy maid staff in the early mornings and no follow up from management at all after I complained
We'll stay here every time!
Perfect location, very nice rooms and beautiful pool area. Staff was incredible and probably the nicest pet friendly hotel I have ever stayed in. Very close to all the fun, Harrah's casino, Cafe du Monde, house of blues, Bourbon St. We walked everywhere had a blast and never even thought about a cab.
Nothing, the hotel was great and New Orleans is one of my new favorite cities on the planet!
Very romantic place; staff was unfriendly
The hotel felt very French, romantic, and quaint. It was in a perfect location and within walking distance to the wedding we were attending that night. The rooms were cozy and the balcony was nice.
Somehow my reservation was saved under the name "Judith" (not sure if this was a mistake on Kayak's end, or the hotel's), and the staff treated me as if I had done something wrong. My name is not/has never been/isn't even close to Judith, so there's no way I accidentally gave them the wrong name. I entered the hotel to check in with the three friends who were also in the room, and they couldn't find the reservation and I had to ask "ok so what do I do?" and they told me to call whoever I booked the reservation through. The woman at the desk was rude and unhelpful overall, and finally, after we got the whole thing sorted out she noticed that the reservation had been made for two people instead of four (all four of us were standing at the desk) and she proceeded to charge us and additional $50 for the extra people. Of course, I was dishonest about the number of us in the room, but an extra $50 just seemed unnecessary seeing as we only planned to sleep there and not use an abundance towels, or even eat breakfast. The frustrating thing is that my emails from Kayak are addressed to me, with my real name, so I think the mistake was actually on the hotel's end and yet they were extremely unkind and did not apologize for anything. It was just bad business practice, but I suppose with a location as great as this one they'll continue to fill rooms no matter the customer service. Also the price for parking was just insane. I recommend looking for other places to park; a few of my other friends found a nearby lot for $15 overnight parking.
Location was fantastic. Staff was very friendly.
The air conditioner in one of our rooms was not working properly, even after a maintenance person came to service it.
Bienville House is located in New Orleans and named after the founder of the city, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville. Previous to its current life as a hotel, the venue started out as a manufacturing plant, then turned into a firehouse, and then became a luxury apartment building. Currently, the Bienville House is owned by the Monteleone family and is part of the Historic Hotels of America.
With its spacious rooms and beautifully decorated interior, guests will see and feel the French charm of New Orleans as soon as they step foot into Bienville House. Rooms offered include, but aren’t limited to, a Sundeck Room, Superior Room, and Deluxe Room. Guests who prefer suites can book the Interior Suite, French Quarter Suite, and Penthouse Suite. Bathrooms have rain showerheads, Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, and Carrara marble. There are also private balconies for those who enjoy people watching. Additional amenities include cable television, complimentary hot breakfast, Keurig coffee maker, and free Wi-Fi.
There is so much to be enjoyed when in New Orleans. Foodies should be sure to visit places like Café du Monde, Criolle (a Creole bistro), and Arnaud’s. Cocktail lovers can enjoy a delicious drink at Carousel, which is an iconic bar that has a fully functional carousel. The city also has many seasonal events like a beignet festival in the fall, New Orleans Pride in the spring, Southern Decadence in the Summer, and Mardi Gras in the winter.
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