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Had a great stay in the Q&C Hotel. Historic building that the hotel allows to shine through. Cool bar and lobby with great food and drinks. My room was well decorated and very trendy, but quite small (appropriate for the age and retrofit of the...More
I stay in NO a LOT and have been to many, many hotels. The Q&C is a fine hotel and worthy of notice. The staff were all fantastic! I am not sure I’ve seen a bellman so on top of his game. The guy was...More
When I got home, I unpacked and found that my louis vuitton shoes were missing. I called and they said they did not have them. I was connected to the Housekeeping manager that said she would call me back and did not. ..after a week...More
Really wanted to love this place, but it didn't quite meet expectations.
Staff: I found Check in/out staff to be relatively unfriendly, which was a bit of a surprise for New Orleans.
The Room - Stylish. Very comfortable bed. But, the bathroom doesn't have a...More
i stay at the Q&C frequently on my monthly business trips to the Crescent City. The staff are the greatest and very welcoming. Last trip, my flight was cancelled back to NY and Irash and Michael went to extra lengths to get me booked again...More
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