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I will give two stars for location and a nice staff. It is not as advertised.
There is no pool. There is a dirty puddle that no one in their right mind would stick their toe in. The place was clean enough and I saw...More
I stayed at Hotel De L’Eau Vive through a time share for a week - It was a nice experience with a very friendly and helpful staff, a great location within walking distance to tons of good restaurants and the French Quarter, and was overall...More
As a timeshare hotel, the experience is a little different than in a normal hotel. The unit was spacious, with full kitchen amenities (although who wants to cook when so many good restaurants are close by?) The beds were very comfortable and the bathrooms were...More
Kind of a quirky setup, but plenty of room for 4 adults. Had a 2BR 1B. Location is awesome A couple blocks from river, trolley and dining. Would definitely stay again. Staff extremely helpful and courteous.
Nice unique hotel. GREAT area. Walking distance to everywhere you want to be. Employees are very nice. It's an old hotel (built in 1800's) but its nice. The standing shower is SMALL. The jacuzzi tub in the 2nd bathroom was needing updating in room 603A....More
US$150 - US$328 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No insects - it was very clean.
As far as floors, there is an elevator. It's a little slow but it works. With all of the brick, it was pretty quiet as far as rooms around and over us. The only small noise problem was... More
No insects - it was very clean.
As far as floors, there is an elevator. It's a little slow but it works. With all of the brick, it was pretty quiet as far as rooms around and over us. The only small noise problem was that some people in the courtyard were listening to music a little late, but they stopped once asked.