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I checked in on Thursday morning Feb 15th. I was greeted by the most helpful customer check-in person ( I so apologized for not writing your name down! ) She was absolutely wonderful...She kept asking me if there was anything else I needed!! I was...More
I was here for the Christmas holiday. Greeted by the staff at the front desk who were generous and kind. My room was fine. Comfortable bed (King), nicely appointed, no view but who cares in NO. Breakfast room is awful. Loud, TVs and kids, and...More
I have to start by saying that the first staff members you meet really set your tone for your trip. The receptionist that assigned us our room openly had an issue with gays. She smiled, gave beads, a map and a small King cake to...More
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Response from TeamMarriott, Manager at Courtyard New Orleans French Quarter/IbervilleResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for your recent stay with us. The little things really do matter, and from your comments, we dropped the ball at check-in. Please accept our apologies for what you encountered. We are glad that you enjoyed your room and thank you...More
Beautiful , Clean, and friendly. Those are the first things that come to mind. Back in NOLA second time this week. The front desk employees are polite and very accommodating. Especially, Mr. Spartacus Rankins, he took the time to answer our questions and spoke to...More
This hotel is well located, the rooms are comfortable, and the staff is friendly and helpful. But stay away from the dreadful breakfast room. We counted 8 TV screens in a fairly small space and probably missed a couple. Enough to drive anybody crazy --...More
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