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So I am typically a Hampton Inn kind of guy. We had some Hilton points and splurged for the Roosevelt. So glad I did, the room was wonderful and the staff went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable and enjoying our stay....More
My friend and I stayed at the Roosevelt a couple of days after Christmas for three nights. The hotel is beautifully decorated for the holidays, which means it's often crowded with all kinds of people taking their photos among the splendor. If crowds bother you,...More
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Response from TheRoosevelt, General Manager at The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria HotelResponded 9 January 2018
Thank you so much for taking the time to write a great review of the Roosevelt. I am so happy that you enjoyed our beautifully decorated lobby and lighted makeup mirror! Our staff works very hard to provide true Waldorf Service, and I...More
The rooms are amazing!! Great and helpful staff. Great for business meetings also.. good location . Our room was right next to the pool but the noise still was not bad . Pool is on the rooftop and beautiful
Entire staff was First Rate. Location was perfect. Always fun time in New Orleans...but this time a small parade came in the lobby....and handed out masks. Breakfast was outstanding, servers attentive. Upgrade to small suite was a nice perk! Thank you.
My wife and I visited for Mardis Gras and found this to be an excellent hotel choice. The high rooms were quite and comfortable, when we needed a break from the action in the rest of town. It was easy walking distance to many of...More
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Response from sherpasmom | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I stayed there in October and our luggage was stored while we did Sunday brunch at Arnauds and last minute shopping. I found both the valet and the bellhop service here outstanding. No worries storing luggage.
Response from KimberFlorida | Reviewed this property |
It would be worth it ONLY if they offer it in Domenica- otherwise- I agree- many other options to consider for the $$
Again, if they are offering the Christmas brunch there, I would totally splurge!
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"Make sure about the size of the shower.Maybe out of holidays the service would be better."