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Hotel Mararin

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730 Bienville St
New Orleans, LA 70130
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(504) 581-7300
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Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
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Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA
Hotel Mararin - New Orleans, LA

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RSH

This hotel is mostly for the celebration. You have on of the best views during mardi gras (But that also makes the price go WAY up.) There is really nothing special about the hote...

Worst

If you want a hotel that is accessible for the handicapped this one isn't it. The Royal Sonesta is famous for the rich people who book suites years in advance to watch Mardi gras'...

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RSH 8/21/2005

This hotel is mostly for the celebration. You have on of the best views during mardi gras (But that also makes the price go WAY up.) There is really nothing special about the hotel; regular rooms, regular service, regular experience. There is really nothing that puts it over the top, or anything that I really don;t like. Obviously if you need lots of space order a suite, the rooms arent very big. Dont sit around in the hotel all day is what I say, go see New Orleans. more

Great 8/17/2005

This hotel is very nice and is located in a great location (it is not very quiet here though, unfortunately). The rooms are small, so I recommend staying in a suite. Some of the staff were great, some were average. Rooms overall though are clean and pretty comfortable. You might be able to get a better deal for a 4 star hotel though. more

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Famous hotel... 7/16/2005

If you want a hotel that is accessible for the handicapped this one isn't it. The Royal Sonesta is famous for the rich people who book suites years in advance to watch Mardi gras' crowds from its balcony. Every Mardi Gras weekend they have the ritual of Greasing the Poles. This is where vaseline is smeared along the poles leading to the balcony of the Sonesta to avoid anyone climbing up. MTV is on the Sonesta balcony every year during Mardi Gras. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    The St. Louis Hotel is a family-run business located between the famous streets of Bourbon and Royal. Spacious rooms are decorated in French Provincial style and feature such amenities as nightly turn-down service, cable television, writing desks, irons and ironing boards, individual climate controls, mini-bars and complimentary daily newspapers.

    The Details
    The hotel is home to the internationally acclaimed Louis XVI restaurant offering a French menu peppered with Creole accents. As a guest of the St. Louis, your breakfast will be served on the Mediterranean courtyard filled with tropical greenery, flowering plants and shimmering fountains; it includes such New Orleans specialties as eggs Sardou and flaming bananas Foster.
    Special events and occasions are welcomed at the hotel's exquisitely appointed reception facility, which accommodates up to 200.

  • 9/7/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    American Express, Discover, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    French Quarter, French Quarter - CBD

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