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Marriott on Canal, central location to everything. Great pillowtop beds. Request high floor overlooking the river, spectacular views! The Sheraton across the street is pretty nice as well.;)

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You didn't say when you would be going but forgetting seaon for the moment-you are going to NEW ORLEANS! It is a city with incredible character and flair. You can stay at Sheraton anywhere but with a little research you can find anything from "average" to super luxury local hotels that will give you some great memories. Off season (summer) prices are real cheap everywhere - even the best. In season things can get pricey but with a little work you can find bargains. I have stayed at Le Richelieu on the edge of the Quarter and booked the Provencial for Feb. ($138 +tax). Use TripAdvisor to get a feel for some names and reviews of the hotels. It's got a nice mix of everything.

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You didn't say when you would be going but forgetting seaon for the moment-you are going to NEW ORLEANS! It is a city with incredible character and flair. You can stay at Sheraton anywhere but with a little research you can find anything from "average" to super luxury local hotels that will give you some great memories. Off season (summer) prices are real cheap everywhere - even the best. In season things can get pricey but with a little work you can find bargains. I have stayed at Le Richelieu on the edge of the Quarter and booked the Provencial for Feb. ($138 +tax). Use TripAdvisor to get a feel for some names and reviews of the hotels. It's got a nice mix of everything.

 

What was Le Richelieu like? Would the rooms be suitable for 3 adults?

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The room I stayed at at Le Richelieu was not really suitable for 3. It is a charming couples place. The rooms I could see (when service was cleaning) showed them to be be more in line for 2. Depending on the age of #3 a cot might be ok but if the child was older-the room may not be ideal. We loved the location (away from the night noise of the quarter) but close enough to walk, the size (pretty small)and the parking (free).

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