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Museum Month started yesterday in New Orleans. Make sure you visit as many as you can in the month of August.
http://www.touristathome.com/new-orleans-museum-month/
New Orleans Museum Month is a collaboration among various museums in the city which allows members of one museum to experience the other museums for free. Check out the list of participants!
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Today is the first day of Tales of the Cocktails. Come out and enjoy some of the events in the French Quarter.
https://talesofthecocktail.com/events/tales-cocktail-new-orleans/
The cocktail industry is filled with pioneers, rabble-rousers and trailblazers. People with the courage to change the way the world drinks. Next summer, we’re i
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There are many different ways to get to New Orleans. Starting in May of 2017, you can now get a direct flight from Europe. Condor Airlines will operate 2 flights per week from Frankfurt to New Orleans. It's great to see more international activity at the airport!
http://bit.ly/2924CEg
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Are you coming in to New Orleans for Festigals later this month? We are less then 2 blocks from the event location. Book your room early to take advantage of our low Special Offer and Advance Booking rates

http://www.festigals.org/

www.astorneworleans.com
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Happy Independence Day!
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Looking for something to do today? #HappyTuesday
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See how to spend the morning and afternoon in the Garden District with this Happy Tuesday takeover, courtesy of blogger extraordinaire Juley Le.
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Come out and enjoy the First Friday on the Boulevard this Friday! Great food and drink specials as well as entertainment.
http://www.ochaleyblvd.org/first-fridays/
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Today is Bastille Day in New Orleans. Come out and celebrate our French Heritage at the New Orleans Museum of Art.
http://bastilledaynola.com/bastilledaynola/2016_bastille_day_fete/
Named the third best Bastille Day celebration in the world by Reuters.com, Bastille Day Fête is excited to announce its ... Continue →
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Live in New Orleans? Take the Eat Locally Challenge and support local farmers and businesses.

http://www.nolalocavore.org/
What's the Eat Local Challenge? Contact Us · Why be a Locavore? Rules of the Challenge · Participating Restaurants · Press Release · Media coverage of the 2014 Eat Local Challenge · Newsletter · Kid's ELC · Events, Events, Events. Calendar and Listing of Events · 2016 Urban Farm Bike Rides ...
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Come out to the restaurant in the hotel, The Bourbon House, for a $14 lunch Monday - Friday this summer.
http://bit.ly/28ZuJMd
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Start your morning off with a donut. There are many places to choose from.
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Donuts have found a way into our hearts faster than you can say, “One dozen, please.” Here are nine New Orleans donut shops to satisfy any kind of craving.
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Here is a list of the activities that are happening in New Orleans for the 4th of July Weekend. Enjoy!
http://gonola.com/2016/06/23/new-orleans-4th-of-july-weekend.html
The 4th of July is celebrated with the kind of panache that you’d expect from New Orleans.
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739 Canal St. @ Bourbon New Orleans, LA 70130
739 Canal St. @ BourbonUSLANew Orleans70130
(504) 962-0500ihg.com
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Refined option offering plush rooms, a storied seafood restaurant, a cozy bar & an outdoor pool.- Google
"The valet service guys, are AMAZING."
"We booked through expedia and got a two double bed room."
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Tiffany Kosmerl
in the last week
I saw the reviews on line for Crowne Plaza before we went. Cleanliness seemed to be the biggest complaint so I was a little worried. But our room was very clean. The common areas and pool were also very clean. The location (corner of Canal and Bourbon) was amazing. The room itself wasn't anything special and our room was right next to the pool, so we had no view. (It was really handy, tho, when we wanted to go to the pool.) Overall, I had no real complaints. It just was a nice, standard hotel.
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Amanda Cody James
a week ago
The room was a $60 room at best. It was clean other than a pill that my 4 year old found on the floor and brought to me. No amenities. I asked if they had a microwave in the building so I could warm up milk for my toddler, the night girl rolled her eyes and said, "um, no". It was pretty quiet there, no complaints about noise. Our kids were passed out by 8 and nothing woke them. The valet service guys, are AMAZING. I cant say enough good things about them. A regular sized pick up is considered oversized, so get ready for the extra 10 bucks on that, but the guys working there I loved them. Its a good place if you just need a place to crash for the night and don't mind the price tag. But we wont be back.
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Daniel Morales
in the last week
One of the nicest hotels I have stayed in recently. The cost of the room was a tremendous value, the only thing that was a drawback was the cost of valet parking. Other than that, everything was excellent including the staff!
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Danielle Brown
a month ago
I have stayed at this hotel several times at this point, and its location is great for Bourbon Streer fun, but the rooms I have stayed in have not been spectacular by any means. I have actually stayed in cheaper hotels that are a lot nicer. The best thing about this hotel other than its location has always been its friendly and helpful staff( i.e. Parking attendants and baggage area). I gave it 3 stars simply because the rooms leave a lot to be desired ( microwave, refrigerator, and decor).
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Sierra Acord
3 weeks ago
The rooms are great, ours looked over the pool. At night it was really fun to go stand out by the pool and look over the balcony at people! It did get very loud around 12 when everyone came in from the streets (I think it was a bridal party) but it died down pretty quickly. The restaurant in the hotel is also very good, ,along with extremely friendly employees!
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Mark Rosencwaig
3 months ago
Although this hotel is excellently located, staff and service made our stay less than enjoyable. In out 2 night stay, our room was never serviced. Housekeeping simply did not show up. When we called, they said there was nothing they could do as there was no one to clean the room. Furthermore, we had to call and ask for 3 rounds of towels as the ones in our room were either stained or alright dirty. Staff answering the phone were rude and seemed like they could not be bothered. It is clear that this warm southern hospitality is nowhere to be found here.
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Sherri Schwartz
a month ago
The room was gross. Bathroom sink was backed up. Shower had mold and the faucet Temps were backward. Cold was hot, hot was cold. Sink faucet had no cold. Lighting was awful, too dark to apply make up. Beds were hard as a rock. Bathroom floor was sticky. Window looked out to another room and did not open. Front desk was rude, no trash bags in trash can, no sugar or creamers with coffee in room. Front desk doesn't answer phone. TV previews on demand movies but when you try to order tells you to call front desk. Call front desk they have no clue and transfer you to a voice mail. Parking is outrageous at 43.00 a night. Takes forever to get car. Hotel ruined our first and probably only trip to New Orleans. Oh and after 11 good luck getting good coffee even at bar.
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Jessie Ayers
a month ago
I'm going the hotel a three to be nice, honestly. The service is very good, valet parking seems to need some more organization, and the rooms leave more to be desired. We booked through expedia and got a two double bed room. Room had no mini fridge which I thought was odd. The shower had low water pressure, was stained in the tub, the shower head was not in good shape at all, and the faucet dripped constantly. Large TV in room was nice if that matters to you. Room was clean and the AC worked good. The pool closes at 9 and when I mean closes I mean it. They won't even let you out there, whether your in the water or not. After 9 the only place you can go outside is on Canal Street. This was irritating because after a long day walking amongst hundreds of people your basically grounded to your room unless you wanna go stand back on the main street with no where to sit down and just relax. Personally I think they need to extend the pool area hours. 9 is ridiculous! Note to staying at this hotel, yiu will hear sirens all night long. They are constant, especially on Friday nights. The restaurant in the hotel, Bourbon House, is delicious which is why I think they are able to call this a 4 star hotel. It's not. The lobby is 4 star, the hotel is a 3.
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