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I had a two bedroom suite. It was large and it had plenty of room for 5 of us. The bathtub was closer to a hot tub, which was fun. We all took a picture with our swimsuits on inside it. The elevator worked fine...More
After reading some of the reviews, I was pretty optimistic about spending a week at the Hotel de L'eau Vive. We were looking for the real New Orleans experience and were not disappointed. Yes, the hotel is old which is part of the charm of...More
We stayed in Suite 104, a two bedroom, one bath suite. The living room and kitchen area was very large. The bathroom was a bit strange. It was a circular spa tub with a shower head in it. It had hot water and great pressure,...More
An old converted building that is looking really tired on the outside, and only slightly less so on the inside. The lift indicator lights were not working so there is no indication of whether it is working, or which floor you are at. Requires an...More
no full length mirrors wifi almost non existence ant [ if you have copd or allergies they use raid and spray it all over the room [ bring your own ant traps very old carpet again if you have any breathing problems heed the warning...More
US$149 - US$248 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were in room 405 (The Penthouse). We had great views of the city from our room as well as the were right next to the roof top deck that was open to everyone. I can't figure out how to post pictures.