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oday's Uptown #MardiGras parades:

Krewe of Iris - 11am - http://bit.ly/1nD4o8C

Krewe of Tucks - Noon - http://bit.ly/1KKxlEf


Today's Mid-City #MardiGras parades:

Krewe of Endymion - 4:15pm - http://bit.ly/1nD4o8D
(Will get to the hotel closer to 8pm)
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Today's Uptown #MardiGras parades:
(These do not go in front of the hotel)

Knights of Babylon - 5:45pm - http://bit.ly/1nD1Rey

Knights of Chaos - 6:15pm - http://bit.ly/1nD1ReA

Krewe of Muses - 6:45pm - http://bit.ly/1KKuOd7
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Today's Uptown #MardiGras Parades:

Krewe of Carrollton - Noon - http://bit.ly/1OM2fhp

Krewe of Femme Fatale - http://bit.ly/1Po1Ebc

Krewe of King Arthur and Merlin - http://bit.ly/1OM2fxE

Krewe of Alla - http://bit.ly/1OM2eK5

Come out and see the parades!
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If a #MardiGras parade is scheduled to go in front of the hotel, it will typically take about 2.5 hours from when the parade starts until the first float arrives.

Happy Mardi Gras!
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#JazzFest artists have been announced. Remember to book your room early before we sell out!

http://youtu.be/OmMjAf2LVz8
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We are 5 weeks away from the Rock and Roll marathon. Pick from 10K, 1/2 Marathon or a full marathon. Enjoy local bands at every mile. Book your room soon, as we will sell out this weekend.

http://www.runrocknroll.com/new-orleans/

http://www.astorneworleans.com
The New Orleans Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay and 10K runs along historic neighborhoods including St. Charles Avenue and the French Quarter. Register today!
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Today's Uptown #MardiGras parades:
(These do not go in front of the hotel)

Krewe of Druids - 6:30pm - http://bit.ly/1KKudIv

Krewe of Nyx - 6:45pm - http://bit.ly/1nD1gtt
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This coming Sunday is the third annual King Cake Festival — a celebration benefiting babies & children at Ochsner Hospital. Spend the day strolling Champions Square and sampling New Orleans’ finest #KingCakes from the city’s greatest bakers. #MardiGras

http://kingcakefestival.org/
Ochsner presents the third annual King Cake Festival — a celebration benefitting babies & children at Ochsner. Spend the day strolling Champions Square and sampling New Orleans' finest King Cakes from the city's greatest bakers.
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Want to learn how to cook Cajun or Creole food. Check out Crescent City Cooks. It's good for individuals or groups and is located only 3 blocks from the hotel.

http://crescentcitycooks.com/
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739 Canal St New Orleans, LA 70130
739 Canal StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70130
(504) 962-0500astorneworleans.com
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Refined option offering plush rooms, a storied seafood restaurant, a cozy bar & an outdoor pool.- Google
"The hotel was very clean and well kept, staff was very friendly and helpful."
"That is stealing from the hotel customers and misleading a valet service."
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Anthony Villarreal
in the last week
Room 701. Overbooked for what we reserved but was able to give us a handicap accessible room instead. We were told it had a view of Canal St......not true we face Canal but all we saw was another roof top. Room service took over an hour to bring us water and soda. The rooms only came with one towel. Not a horrible experience but for what we paid I expected alot better service. Will look for another place to stay next time.
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Aastha Batra
a month ago
This place has terrible housekeeping. There was a cockroach in my bathtub! I called housekeeping FIVE TIMES to come clean up the disgusting mess. They never showed. Two hours later I was still waiting and I never got to take my shower and I was late to my important dinner. This place is a total disaster.
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Eri Parlin
4 weeks ago
The Astor is a beautiful historic hotel set on Canal Street and the enterence of Bourbon St. We stayed on the 4th floor which was just remodeled, new moderen decor and beautiful antique looking wood furniture. It felt very clean. The service was great! Eric the bell hop took care of our luggage while we parked out back, Piper in the resturant was so cute and proffessional, and the maintance man came up in minutes to fix our clogged toilet. The hotel works great if you want to fill your cup in your room and walk Bourbon St or stand on the catwalk outside and people watch. Now remember its in a tourist city, so you will be surrounded with tourist, whom are drunk, homeless, whom are drunk, and work staff just trying to work. Why else would you go to Bourbon St.? This was our first time to NOLA and we had great time. Have breakfast at the many cafe's around Canal, spend the day exploring the swamps and Riverside Drive, and partied all night.....and repeat. We hope next time we come to NOLA, we will see Eric, Piper, and the guys in the food truck in front of the hotel at 3am.
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Jodie Wagner
4 months ago
Worst hotel stay ever. Arrived to a freezing hotel lobby. Room was set at 65, I increased to 72 - multiple times - never got above 70. Bed and pillow are the most uncomfortable things ever. Remnants of past parties in room via scotch tape on the ceiling, vomit/blood/other bodily fluids on bathroom door. No amenities other than bolted shampoo and conditioner in the shower. No breakfast included. Restaurant attached to the hotel is pricey and seated two parties ahead of our checked in party. And finally, returned to my room on our final night to find a huge ass cockroach on the floor of my room. I called the front desk to request someone come up...20 minutes pass...no one arrives, cockroach still on the floor. I call again explain I am leaving my room and want credit for the night. The manager on the phone was rude and although said she would credit the room but also hung up on me. The guy tried saying I brought it in with me from Bourbon St. Now this thing was HUGE....I think I or others in my party would have notices this thing on me. Nice try buddy. My friends room has stains all down the curtains, pop or soda running down the pictures in the walls, etc. Would not recommend anyone to stay here at all. I surely will not be recommending anyone to this hotel.
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Ken Hogan
in the last week
The rooms were clean, well-maintained and of a good size, but our room on the 11th floor was very noisy. There was some sort of mechanical noise all night coming from overhead (maybe HVAC or elevator?). We ended up in an ADA room, which was fine, but the accessible shower always flooded the whole bathroom floor--design flaw. I would give high marks to the staff; they were all very pleasant and helpful.
Crystal Miller
a month ago
We stayed here for New Year's 2016. The beds are uncomfortable and cheap. The room was over priced approx. $300 per night and no fridge or microwave or continental breakfast. We stayed on the 6 floor and had to go to 5th floor for ice because our floor's was broken. The valet parking was approximately $45 per night. When departing hotel they took us on a shuttle van with others to a parking lot with a sign posted for public parking $25. We then had to unload and load our own luggage. That is stealing from the hotel customers and misleading a valet service. We could not get the room thermostat to work on F and had to use C but still had problems. The only good thing about the hotel is the location for street car and Bourbon St. Also, Wi Fi charge was approximately $19 per day.
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Harold Heno
a month ago
My wife and I stayed here for the NOLA Tango Festival in June. It is a great location for Quarter access. We found the room comfortable and the staff helpful and courteous. We have stayed in hotels all over the world, some better some worse. This is a strong 4 star hotel. If you are seeking 5 star accommodations, choose a top property in a luxury chain or boutique. The price difference will clarify things a lot. This hotel is an extremely good value for the quality it offers. My wife and I are New Orleans natives, so we don't often stay in hotels when home, but this is a good option for our purposes when we do. We have booked here again for Mardi Gras 2016.
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Tiffany Swain-Bolden
a month ago
This hotel is in a great location, its perfect for people watching :)! (Right in the middle of shopping, restaurants, bars, & even pharmacies. (No Über necessary) My room was clean and comfortable. The staff was very friendly and attentive. I will be staying here again next summer.