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Went on a three day get away and chose to Stay at the Roosevelt. It was close enough to the French Quarter, yet far enough to get a good night sleep. The room was very comfortable and the service was exceptional. Nicholas at the Front...More
This hotel is beautiful and very clean. The hotel staff is very friendly and helpful. The room was HUGE and had a great view. No problems with check in or with check out. Great location, close to Bourbon street, French quarter, and to Super Dome.More
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Response from TheRoosevelt, Manager at The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria HotelResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking a moment to leave us a review of your recent stay at our property. We strive to offer impeccable service and your comments point to the fact that your stay was no exception. We are so pleased you enjoyed...More
We brought our toddler to NOLA for a last “only child” trip before a new baby, and had the most wonderful time. Trolleys are right outside, easy access to attractions, and amazing food right there in the hotel. Domenica was fantastic. We arrived later than...More
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We stayed for a 4 day weekend. The front desk staff was great, we had a snafu with our room key, quickly rectified and the staff went over and above to apologize. The rooftop pool is smaller than I expected, but again the staff was...More
The fanciest room I've every stayed in. This place was first class, even the room service. We had the one bedroom with the living room and bar. It had a beautiful dining table. The bathroom was huge. I felt like a movie star from the...More
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Thank you for your question. If you would like to sleep five people in one of our Luxury Suites, the configuration would require the use of the sleeper-sofa, a queen sized sofa that sleeps two, as well as a roll... More
Thank you for your question. If you would like to sleep five people in one of our Luxury Suites, the configuration would require the use of the sleeper-sofa, a queen sized sofa that sleeps two, as well as a roll away bed, which sleeps one. The arrangements will, in this case, be a bit tight but we are more than willing to accommodate you should you want everyone in one room. Please just let the front desk know of your requests, and we will be sure to have everything prepared for you upon arrival.