Hotel lobby review-Four Points Sheraton

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Large lobby in the middle of the nuttiest part of Bourbon Street. Small bar with piano, some seating. Staff seems stressed a lot of the time.

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Hotel lobby review-Royal Omni

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Long, narrow space with three entrances; one at the Royal Street end, in the middle of the 600 block of St. Louis Street and the last through the lower level parking garage/men’s barber floor. It offers various comfortable seating configurations and Starbucks drip coffee at the hotel sundry shop at the lobby level. Bellmen are legendarily genial.
Bathrooms easily accessible and well-appointed with cloth-like hand towels. Bar in lobby. Noise dissipates well even when large groups congregate.

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Hotel lobby review-Hotel St. Marie

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Small lobby between Dauphine and Burgundy on Toulouse. Front desk clerks are friendly, no bellman available.
Seating is limited with no bar or shopping available.

http://www.hotelstmarie.com