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New Orleans Louisiana USA

International House

221 Camp Street

New Orleans, LA

29.9511 -90.0689

161 Reviews

First reviewed by Jordan

  1. “Small and easy to get in and out”

    Markham R

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  2. “We very much enjoyed our stay, your front desk people are very helpful and nice. Wish that you would have a larger fitness center (when we were there, it was undergoing some kind of renovation. I wasn't sure what was planned).”

    Lesley

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  3. “the room had too few lights. It was like being in the dark.I lost an 18Karat earing and there was no chance to look for it because there was no light.It was a problem.”

    janet

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  4. “I was expecting a better experience. I had a particular problem with one of the guwst service agents.”

    Vincent

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  5. “Only negative for us was a rather audible humming noise created by roof-top equipment below our window (east facing) even in a closed window condition.”

    mark

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  6. “Public spaces are fantastic, service impeccable. Rooms not on same design level (I'm an interior designer) not enough light, but great art work and photography;i think they were still recovering from Katrina and not up to the usual standard, as are many hotels in the area. Great price!”

    Carmen

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  7. “The music in the lobby was loud making discussions with the front staff difficult. Front staff were friendly, but could possibly use more training. Wireless internet access was terrible at best. Room was marginal.”

    Christopher

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  8. “Overall, I enjoyed my stay at International House in New Orleans. The lobby and adjacent bar are stunning, especially at night when lit by candles. Very seductive! The hotel itself is conveniently located -- walking distance to most attractions, but far enough away to avoid any unwanted noise and congestion. The rooms are large and comfortable, especially the beds. My only "complaint" is with the layout of the bathroom. It seems odd to have the room's only closet located in the bathroom, which made it especially difficult to share. I'd prefer to have it accessible from the sleeping quarters.”

    Andrew

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  9. “New Orleans is obviously recovering from a traumatic blow, and so the amenities and services at this hotel were very 'bare bones'.”

    Elizabeth

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  10. “A lovely hotel still struggling to recover from the effects of Katrina, much like the rest of New Orleans.”

    Bill

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  11. “new orleans continues to suffer from Katrina relative to support staff. Any lack in this hotel seemed attributable to work-force challenges. Front desk staff, for example, provided us with inaccurate driving directions...took us well off course and a poor end to the stay. Rooms were nice and hip. Clean.”

    gail

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  12. “Left quite a detailed list of suggestions at the hotel”

    james

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