Four Points By Sheraton French Quarter

 
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Elegant & personal
Four Points by Sheraton French Quarter allows you to explore Crescent City. We're located in the heart and soul of New Orleans at the crossroads of Bourbon and Toulouse Streets. This French Quarter hotel stands on the site of the legendary French Opera House, which served as the center of New Orleans' famous Creole society, and is within steps of world-famous sights and attractions. Let the good times roll as you immerse yourself in jazz music, wonderful cuisine and the exciting happenings near our historic Bourbon Street hotel.

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    • IrishWombat
      IrishWombat Over a year ago
      Loves it

      An ideal stay in the Vieux Carré
      I felt welcomed when I arrived at the front desk. I was greeted with a smile by the doormen and the clerk. While I’m a Gold Preferred Guest, I am confident that they would have given every guest that level of warm welcome. It’s New Orleans. It’s the South. It’s how it’s done. My room was cozy. The style was current. I knew that I wasn’t going to be in the room for long so I didn’t need a lot of space. I was there for a conference and to visit as much of the area as I could in my short visit. The room worked well and the Wi-fi was strong enough to stay in touch with the office. Also, as someone who is linked inseparably with his technology I felt there were ample outlets in very convenient places throughout the room to charge a phone, a computer and a tablet. I had a balcony room on Toulouse and I was surprised how quiet it seemed at night. I really couldn’t hear Bourbon Street from my room – and I wasn’t too far from the corner. In fact the location of the room provided me all of the charm of being the Vieux Carré without any of the grief. I even took the opportunity to sip some coffee outside on the balcony on my last morning there. I stopped at the bar for my complimentary drink and I was happy that they had a seasonal Abita on draft. I don’t usually lounge in my hotel bar because I like to go out and interact with locals. I hit Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar, Café Lafitte's in Exile, Good Friends and Bourbon Pub and Parade. However, it was nice to start my evening out with a drink at the hotel. I was a little nervous about being smack dab in the center of it, but it was a wonderful stay. One more tip, über is not permitted to pick up passengers on Bourbon Street. Walk either a block up to Dauphine or down to Royal to call for an über.

    • Jaguar2
      Jaguar2 Over a year ago

      Ramada
      This is now part of the Ramade hotel chain.