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Rating: 4.62

Address: 820 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA, 70112

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    Comments (42):

    1. Cazsh R.
    Great room. surprisingly good breakfast.  overall an amazing quality for the price we paid. staff was friendly.  everything was quality.

    16/04/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Rusty M.
    A very well run place, and a great value.  Located in the Central Business District at Poydras and Carondolet, it is a few blocks from the French Quarter, but is adjacent to the St. Charles streetcar, which is quite convenient.  The building is a restored former phone company building, with high ceilings and quiet rooms.  The pool and hot tub on the roof were a nice treat at night.

    Drury ups the ante on evening hospitality: 3 free cocktails instead of 2!

    The hot breakfast was well done, with scrambled eggs, biscuits, gravy, make-your-own-waffles, cereal, toast, etc.

    Our only beef: the card keys were all jacked up, and we kept having to go to the desk to have them re-set.  A little bit of a hassle...

    10/08/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Shane L.
    Great place...would stay again

    23/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Melissa D.
    This is a wonderful hotel with top notch customer service. The entire staff is so genuinely friendly it just makes you smile. The representatives at the desk are eager to help and set up a swamp tour and dinner reservations. They were able to give us several recommendations. The hotel has a hot breakfast (sausage, eggs, biscuits & gravy, waffles). They also have a snack set up at night.  All for free. The rooms were very clean and smelled fresh. It's a great location. Everything pretty much in walking distance or you can take the trolley $3 all day. I will look for Drury Inn & Suites wherever I travel based on this visit.

    27/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. John E.
    This is my favorite hotel in NOLA. This is one of the hotels that 'gets it' when it comes to treating the guest like a star. The staff is wonderful and helpful, the lobby is pretty. The rooms are huge and the beds are so comfy. Some of the rooms have Jacuzzi tubs! The suites are really nice! There are power strips in the room! There are enough outlets to get work done and charge up your cellphones.
    When I was staying there for CTIA, I had some issues with the wifi being overloaded, but since I've stayed there since, the wifi has been solid, and fast. Verizon's LTE is great to fall back on though.
    The hotel is undergoing a renovation, adding a parking garage and more rooms, so you have to valet park at $25 a day. They are really good about getting your car, but still allow 15-20 mins to get your car.
    The pool on the rooftop is great! The breakfast is usually biscuits, gravy, sausage, eggs, bagels, cereal and juice. There is popcorn and soda from 3-10 pm, and a simple dinner 'sundowner' service that includes three alcoholic drinks. The bloody marys are kinda spicy. The bartender is a little heavy with the tabasco.
    Overall, I usually get a rate of about $170 by booking through the hotel's website.
    It isn't terribly close to the Quarter, but you can walk to Burbon street. The Super Dome is close too. The trolley is right there so getting around is easy!
    Can't beat the value of this hotel, with so many things included, (yay booze) you really do save a bunch over other places.
    You have to hold your room key over the lock over your door to access your room, and same with the elevators. Keeps non-guests out!

    20/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Eric P.
    Drury gets 4 stars because of its location, pricing, and comfort. It is pretty much no frills, but it definitely is above average for economy hotels in the CBD.

    I was totally lucky to get a room the night before Jazz Fest -- and for under $200!! The location is very convenient: just blocks away from Canal Street and the Quarter, but far enough that you don't feel overwhelmed by partiers all the time.

    The hotel is clean and well appointed. Nothing too fussy or over the top, but tasteful all the same. The king room was on the small size, but the bed was very comfortable and the decor attractive, if conservative and on the plain side.

    Was a little taken aback by the copy of the Bible sitting ON the desk, but it is the south, I guess.

    The cons: plumbing/staffing. I took a shower with the shower curtain on the outside of the bath. only to find that the entire bathroom had flooded! I asked the desk clerk to send house cleaning or maintenance (at 8pm) -- and he told me that he was the only person on staff at the time!!! He gave me a bunch of towels, but that did not do the full job.

    Breakfast hours: most days it is served only until 9:30. kind of early for a party kind of city.

    Lockdown: during the week they lock the outside doors at 10pm. And you have to use your room key for the elevators. so this, depending on your lifestyle, either a welcome security relief or an awkward hindrance to any "what happens in New Orleans stays in New Orleans" kind of socializing!

    05/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Brian M.
    Close to trolley stop so getting around not too difficult.  Our room was noisy and toilet ran once per hour which was a minor inconvenience.  Vending machine on second floor did not have a working bill device so had to go to other floors to get drinks when the kickbacks were not in progress.  Kickbacks are good but very busy, food is just heated stuff you get at a wholesale club so it's not fancy (meatballs, potatoes, chips, salsa, spring rolls, nacho cheese).  You get a 3 drink allowance (or extra shots count as a drink) so that was nice.  Pool requires two elevator stops (go to 9, then off and go up another to 10) and the pool is small, but good enough size for our two boys.  Hot tub was plenty hot but the towels went faster than I've ever seen so grab one if they are available.  Guest services was responsive however at getting extra towels when needed.  

    Take a left out of the front doors and walk two blocks for Regionellis pizza which is awesome, or go up Baronne to P&G for good local fare.  There are some shops in one Shell Square for a quick bite and the credit union can get you trolley tokens in bags of 10 for $12.50.  Of course you can always just buy a fare on the trolley itself.  Canal is a couple blocks and Bourbon street is essentially the same street the hotel is on, but may be too far for safety at night or for the elderly.  Sidewalks close to the hotel are being redone but crosswalks too and from the hotel are easy to cross.

    15/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Jim M.
    Too many hotels today try to be fancy, or premium, or up scale, but fierce price competition leaves you feeling like you're at the prom. Everything is rented, and low quality and kind of a thin veneer on top of junk.

    Drury does not seem to be doing this. They try to be pleasant, instead of fancy, and it works.

    Is the breakfast amazingly great food? No. Is it hot, clean, fresh, varied and are the folks preparing polite? Yes.

    Is the happy hour a huge buffet of foodie delights? No. It is hot dogs and loaded baked potatoes and chips and salsa, etc. Is the bar fully stocked with top shelf names? No. But you can get beer, wine or a simple mixed drink. Free. Again, hot (or cold as appropriate), clean, fresh and polite.

    Coffee, tea and soda available in the lobby all day.

    Genuinely free wi-fi without stupid disclaimer log in pages or pass codes.

    Free parking.

    Our room was spacious, bright (in spite of small, but tall windows) and very clean.

    All of the staff were kind, polite and attentive: something that was shockingly untrue of NOLA in general, despite the reputation of Southerners, in general.

    Just north of the French Quarter, this Drury is a bit of a walk from all the tourist stuff, but so much cheaper than the Sheraton, Marriott or Hilton that it was an absolute no brainer, and I think we got better service, to boot.

    22/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Elizabeth R.
    Thanks to my experience here I'll look for Drury Inns wherever I travel now- but of course one of the ways they keep prices down is by having their locations outside of the major metrapoles in many states (or the obvious ones anyway).

    I knew I was going to like this place when, upon check-in, they told me that they'd noticed my preference for a room away from the elevator, and since they had it free they upgraded me to a suite with a jumbo jacuzzi. Wow!

    The next clincher was the delicious breakfast- standard hotel breakfast in some ways, but free! The biscuits were amazing. Biscuits plus good scrambled eggs plus salsa and Tabasco sauce plus orange juice = yum! When I got tired of that I tried the fresh french toast, muffins, or yogurt. Jim relished the Belgian waffles.

    Another perk was coffee available in the lobby at all hours, or free soda of many kinds.

    And then there was the 5:30pm free munchies and cocktails!
    And did I mention the free no-catch wireless? And the free parking in New Orleans?

    This was a quick walk to Canal St for my conferences, or right next to the trolley stop.
    Although I had trouble sleeping, the bed was no more or less comfortable than any other decent hotel's.
    Really, I couldn't beat the price for the quality in New Orleans, and was much, much less happy the time I stayed at the Marriott on Canal whose only selling point was a Starbucks in the lobby.

    24/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Melanie B.
    Fabulous hotel. Stayed here when we didn't have electricity after hurricane Issac and this place knows how to treat their guests. Complimentary breakfast and dinner buffet was great. Room was very clean and large with nice big ceilings and windows. Loved it, highly recommended

    16/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. Cynthia C.
    This place gets 5 stars because of the value for the buck. It's conveniently located near by Burbon Street without the LOUD noises. They also provide free wifi and daily free happy hour and breakfast. The staff were nice and accommodating. They also had a small gym for any crazy people who like to work out on vacation.

    Can't ask for anything more!

    13/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. K K.
    My husband and I are on a cross-country trip so not only are we worried about safety but also cleanliness and hospitality. This place is beautiful, extremely clean, modern, very safe, and 5 blocks from Bourbon Street. The rates are very reasonable for the area and quality. The car is safe in their personally-guarded lot. They also have free breakfast and afternoon drinks. Kristen at the front desk was so helpful and fun to talk to. Definitely recommend for the paranoid traveler.

    01/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Dave C.
    Comfortable beds!
    The hotel is overall very good, but most impressive were the beds... they're comfortable! Most hotels cheap out & buy hard (uncomfortable) beds because they last longer, but Drury's were great and we slept really well.

    The location is good for the value, and the hotel is very accessible.

    Bathrooms were very clean, and had LOTS of water... more water out of a shower head than I can remember at any hotel ever (usually it's just a trickle).

    Free breakfast and snacky dinner were good, though only an idiot would stay in NOLA and fill up on free hotel hot dogs.

    The only negative is the loud hall & door latches. All night long you hear other rooms' doors going KA-CHUNK.

    Free WiFi is nice... amazing that some hotels still charge for this.

    After the Royal Sonesta, this is my new favorite NOLA hotel (and it costs 1/2 as much).

    29/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    14. Tiff C.
    This will be my go-to hotel from now on when I go to New Orleans.. the free perks is what makes this place WONDERFUL!.. Its located with walking distance to all the touristy spots like French Quarter, Riverwalk, etc.. FREE parking(anyone who has ever been to New Orleans appreciates this) FREE soda and popcorn(all day and night) FREE snacks from 5:30-7pm every night(hot dogs, chicken tenders, nachos) FREE breakfast(eggs, sausage, bagels, waffles, yogurt, fruit)..WONDERFUL staff(so wonderful that the lady didnt charge us the $10 roll away bed fee) looove this hotel.. you wont be disappointed!

    01/11/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    15. Ben C.
    This is great hotel in center of New Orleans, within walking distance of the French Quater.  There is free breakfast and dinner(not the greatest food, but is there for free if for convenience or don't want to eat out), free wifi, great staff, good room service. This is not an elite or super nice place(this is no Roosevelt Hotel), but they take care of you and you have everything you need to enjoy your trip-which is why I am giving five stars.  The hotel is right next to the street cars and five or six blocks from the French Quarter. My wife and I walked all over French Quarter and the Drury put us in a great place to do so. Highly recommended.

    29/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    16. Matt E.
    Another Priceline find. I can't recall what I paid for it, but it wasn't much, as I've gotten pretty good at lowballing that site.

    The best thing I have to say about this hotel is the location? It's adjacent to the French Quarter (maybe a 10 minute walk), but far enough way to be removed from people vomiting on themselves. Always a plus.

    The room was nice enough, considering New Orleans is one of those places where you don't spend a lot of time in your room. Very clean, and FREE WIRELESS!!!! This was very convenient for planning everything we wanted to do.

    In fact, one thing that really impressed me about this hotel was how they're like the opposite of a nickel-and-dime operation. Free wireless, free breakfast buffet, free cocktails at happy hour. It was all just quite pleasant.

    Not the fanciest hotel in which I've ever stayed, but for the price I was quite happy. I would certainly considering staying here again on a future visit.

    31/01/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    17. Scott S.
    It's Drury, not Dreary. It's so far from dreary, dreary thinks it's the opening scroll to Star Wars. (The previous sentence has been approved by R2-D2 for this review, despite the lack of swear words. Side note: Artoo curses like a sailor who chose a robot body. Do you think he's actually beeping? It's Galactic censorship!)

    This place was actually my introduction to New Orleans. I had originally intended to stay in Austin on my spontaneous road trip to Pensacola from Phoenix a couple years ago for some beach time, with the intent of staying in New Orleans on the way back. However, New Orleans already had other plans for me apparently because I decided at the Austin exit to just keep on going. So I rolled into NOLA on a Saturday night with my canine companion asleep on my shoulders, in need of a place to stay. I drove around to a few places and called a few places but they were either all booked or pricey or not dog-friendly. Finally I rolled into Drury exhausted and had my first encounter with the outstanding hospitality of this city.

    See, the price was right, and I was tired of looking for places, but alas this place wasn't dog friendly either. However, either purely out of the kindness of her heart, or having fallen under Stormy's "Chihuahua Spell of Awwwww", the front desk person that night said she'd look the other way and let him stay. She was super nice to do that for us, and that single act made a huge impression on me.

    As for the room itself, it was perfectly comfy at a good price, which is what I look for in the places I stay. That evening I walked the streets of NOLA for the first time, and by the end of the next day I was hooked. A month later I was living here in my home; a home called New Orleans.

    Thank you Drury, for so warmly welcoming me and my furry companion to your city, that soon became our city.

    Beep beep beep boop.
    (Translation: I fucking love this town.)

    21/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    18. Nicole H.
    This is a great hotel! They are priced affordably with large rooms and very comfortable beds!  You don't have to worry about getting in your car and looking for parking because its just a few blocks from the French Quarter!

    The front desk staff was VERY accommodating and kept the afternoon complimentary buffet open for any late comers (oops!). The best part of this hotel? They let my dog stay too, no questions asked! He loved it just as much as I did!

    Thank you Drury, I had a wonderful stay!

    17/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    19. Matt K.
    Stayed here for a wedding. Convenient, reasonably priced, very clean. The happy hour snack area was cool, but it gets very crowded. Definitely would stay again.

    15/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    20. Mary W.
    FREE wireless
    FREE popcorn in the afternoon
    FREE breakfast buffet
    FREE drinks and snacks in the evening

    I was really impressed with the number of power ports in the room. I need to use a CPAP to sleep and I like to charge my phone overnight. My roommate was charging her phone overnight, and there were still many unused power points.

    The front desk staff was quite helpful during check-in, during check-out, and during our stay.

    If I ever return to NOLA I'll be staying there.

    15/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    21. Allison M.
    I am a travel nurse and I stay, and have stayed, at many different hotels. I've also utilized valet parking many times and never encountered a problem, until I stayed at Drury Inn & Suites on Poydras Street in New Orleans. I finished a nursing assignment in Alexandria and came to New Orleans for the Jazz Festival before leaving Louisiana. I listened to my newly purchased iPod up until the time I handed over my keys, and my trust, to the valet with Central Parking. At this particular hotel, there isn't a parking lot and you must valet your car. While I understand that maybe I shouldn't have left a valuable in my vehicle, I did have it "hidden" in the center console where only someone snooping would find. I assume if I'm paying $30/night for parking and $300/night for a hotel room that I can trust the staff not to steal from me. I have called Drury Inn & Suites on Poydras Street in New Orleans and filed this complaint with two different managers on two different occasions. I have yet to receive a follow-up phone call from anyone at this establishment. The first manager I spoke with failed to ask details about the iPod, i.e. color, size, etc. The hotel staff members, that I encountered, were nice and the room was okay. As I mentioned before, I am a travel nurse and I travel and stay at hotels across the country. I will never stay at another Drury Hotel as a result of this occurrence and unprofessional management. I have and will continue to inform family and friends of this situation and encourage they not put their money or trust into this hotel either.

    28/06/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    22. Heather S.
    Rooms were nice size with all the basic amenities. The staff was friendly and allowed early check in and late check out. Also, they held our luggage for a few hours after check out to allow us some time to go into town before our flight.

    The free hot breakfast and free happy hour are nice added extras!

    23/12/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    23. Andy S.
    The Drury Inn is not as close to the action as many other hotels in New Orleans, although it is only a block or two further and walking distance to the French Quarter and Superdome. I actually prefer the Drury to many hotels when I travel. They tend to offer the basics and cater to their clients. This includes happy hours and free food in the evenings. And you can't beat a hotel that provides free safe parking for their customers. That right there lowers the cost of staying here about $40.

    29/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    24. Chris S.
    This place truly goes the extra mile to make you want to come back.

    Free breakfast? Yup
    Free coffee? Yup
    Free Soda? Yup
    Free dinner? Yup
    Free booze? Yup
    Free Wi-fi? Yup
    Free internet? Yup

    Wow what else could you ask for?

    How about friendly staff, that'll help you plan your trip? Yup
    Friendly Manager? Yup
    Friendly cleaning staff? Yup

    Short walk away from the French Quarter, right next to a St. Charles St. Trolly stop so you can get to Uptown, Garden District. Everything you'd want.

    30/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    25. Lily C.
    This hotel is awesome! I have loved staying here because your room comes with wifi, breakfast, and dinner. The rooms are really clean, with a microwave and a refrigerator. It is close enough to the French Quarter so you can participate in the festivities that New Orleans have to offer. I really wish the food was a little bit better, but I can't complain since it comes with the room. Also, if you forget something like a razor or a toothbrush, they offer those things in the lobby free of charge. I would definitely stay in this hotel again.

    29/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    26. Sally M.
    Things about this place that make me happy:

    Allowed early check in, yay!
    Spacious - with super high ceilings that were fab
    Three free cocktails per night per guest (including snacks)
    Free breakfast (we kept it light with cereal, yogurt, and juice although they had warm offerings).
    Close to the Quarter
    Helpful staff
    Free printing and such in business center

    I really don't have much to complain about, except there is no room service. This was a great hotel. I'd come back here if returning to New Orleans.

    17/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    27. Matt S.
    Outstanding suite and services.  Room was BIG and had a separate bedroom that we needed for putting kids to bed before everyone else.  Didn't wake them up on the adjoining wall from the bathroom with either flushing or showering.  Min-fridge and microwave in the room.  Breakfast was good, location was good, valet parking was fast and everyone working there was courteous and attentive.

    23/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    28. S W.
    Solid, inexpensive hotel located close to various museums, including the National World War Two museum, the French Quarter, the business district, the garden district, the city park, Layette Square and innumerable other Nawlins attractions. This is much nicer than a budget hotel, but the prices should meet many budgets. They have breakfast included, along with snacks and a modest late afternoon snack/dinner, PLUS free happy hour! That's right, three free drinks to start your night right, including wine, beer and real mixed drinks/cocktails. Cheers!

    02/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    29. Lauren F.
    We had a great experience here. We got a super good deal on our room (which turned out to be a suite!) thanks to their military discount, so that was very appreciated. All of the employees we talked to, from the valet guys to the front desk staff to who I'm assuming was the manager were super courteous and helpful. The best part of our whole one-night stay was the fact that they had a free happy hour going on! Three free drinks per person and the very sweet bartender was not shy with the alcohol. Plus, there was food - Nachos, veggies and dip, salad, hot dogs, baked potatoes, and pasta with meatballs! We didn't partake of the food because we were headed out to dinner but it looked really good. And the free hot breakfast in the morning was really yummy! My only complaint about breakfast was that they were packing it up by ten... We barely made it before they started to close it down.

    The hotel is a short walk from the French Quarter and the Superdome, and it's right in the CBD. Plus all the included perks really help offset the cost of the room. All in all I would highly, highly recommend staying here!

    16/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    30. Nicole S.
    The staff was professional and courteous, the rooms were comfortable and clean, and the hotel felt secure (all entrances and elevators are guest key operated) and was conveniently located. A great value for the price as a hot breakfast (eggs, sausage, etc.), a light dinner buffet (pasta, nachos, vegetables, etc.), and three alcoholic drinks per day are included with your stay. Valet is highway robbery at $25/day ($28 after taxes), but not a huge issue. I'd definitely stay here again!

    15/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    31. Ch G.
    Excellent hotel, friendly staff, perfect location. Only giving 4 stars because of 2 things. One elevator was broken and I'd a scare. The other was that my shower was also broken; the water came out extremely hot.

    29/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    32. Allan G.
    I have nothing but good things to say about this place. A couple friends and I were here for Wrestlemania and i wouldn't have wanted to stay anywhere else. It was very nice inside and the front desk was very nice whenever we needed anything. I thought it was a good distance away from everything, my whole trip i didnt take a cab once other then going to the airport.

    Lets get to the real reason why i love this place. FREE FOOD. i mean its not gourmet stuff and one of the guys staying with me didn't like it at all and wouldn't eat it but hey its FREE. The hot breakfast was good, they had eggs, sausage, biscuits, cereal, bagels, and a station to make waffles along with other stuff. I thought it was all good except one morning when the eggs were a little runny. They have free soda and popcorn in the afternoon too which we found ourselves going down to refill quite often. The hot food for Dinner was good too. Id compare it to high school cafe food, which i actually liked. Had different food to pick from every night. Cant forget about the free drinks. 3 free drinks every night before heading out is always a plus. Bartender was very nice and helped deciding what we wanted to drink.

    There's also a rooftop pool which we didn't really get to take advantage of because it was kind of gloomy all week. If im ever in New Orleans again ( hopefully i am ) i will try my best to stay at Drury inn! Thumbs up!

    10/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    33. Drew P.
    I stayed here when I was in New Orleans last weekend.  I really hadn't heard anything about this hotel chain, as they are not in the area where I live.  I actually decided to stay here after looking at various travel sites and reviews, including the ones on here.  

    This is probably one of the best hotel experiences I have had with any hotel chain, except for the Disney resorts in Florida.  The beds were extremely comfortable and was able to sleep pretty easily too.

    The food provided was also pretty good.  They have both a free breakfast and dinner.  You don't get the free dinner at any hotel very often, but this chain has it.  You can even have up to 3 free alcoholic drinks in the evening if you're of legal age.

    As others have said, the hotel is not that far from much of the action in the city.  I ended up doing a city tour while I was there, since the weather wasn't as good for getting outside.  It was hot and had off and on rain while there.

    If you are in the New Orleans area, definitely look to stay here.  The price is comparable to other hotels, and you get so much more here.

    06/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    34. Ted G.
    We just got back from a long weekend in NOLA and stayed at the Drury Suites.  We LOVED it!  Perfect location.  A close walk to the Little Gem to see Kermit Ruffins, just a few blocks away from the Quarter, and an easy walk down to the Casino.  The rooms were huge and comfortable.  Free food and drinks.  The staff was always super friendly and helpful.  Couldn't have asked for a better stay!

    The next time we go back to NOLA we'll be staying here again.  No doubt about it.

    27/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    35. Jayne F.
    After a change in plans I was looking for a reasonably priced, comfortable hotel with a little southern charm, the Drury didn't disappoint. The staff were welcoming and the rooms were comfortable. Location was spot on, it was in a quiet area with a ten minute walk to the French Quarter. A few down sides; lots of kids/frat boys and sometimes it was difficult to get into the hotel as people were sat smoking on the front steps but those are really complaints about the people, the hotel and staff were spot on.

    21/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    36. Frank F.
    I would call this the best value of all the hotels in the Central Business District of New Orleans!  The room I was given was HUGE!  It would be considered a suite in many places, with a separate bedroom and all modern appliances.  It was a short walk or cab ride to Bourbon Street in the French Quarter or right down from the Super Dome.  The people were all professional and knew there jobs very well, including good tips on several places to dine that evening.

    If I go back to New Orleans, I would stay here again!  Thanks of the experience guys!

    30/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    37. Demetria C.
    Nice stay hotel nicely decorated room OK nice comfortable bed after being out and about, paid $25 to park stated in/out but just used trolley to get around. Located about 4 blocks from Harrah's Casino and Bourbon Street. Breakfast was nice eggs oatmeal biscuits sausage patty, breakfast potatoes, waffles bagels , evening reception 2 beverages and finger food salsa chips nachos meatballs celery/carrots and hot wings. Soda/coffee available all day  ,popcorn after 2 . Elevator had to be operated by room key and after hour entry plus pool. Pool gym and laundry room located on the 6th floor pool is nice size with jacuzzi .

    27/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    38. Jaxx D.
    My wife and I visit New Orleans pretty frequently and like to stay in the CBD.  We met my in laws for three days and got a king suite.  It was HUGE!  Nicely appointed and clean.  Really clean.  We stayed in the new tower and I have not one complaint.  The maid service came in like you're on a cruise - you never see them.  No matter when you depart your room, when you come back it's clean.  The staff is so friendly that you can hardly believe you're in New Orleans.  The pool is big and sunny and they supply towels for you at the entrance to the pool.

    Now for what I consider to be exceptional - the food.  Not that the food is exceptional, it's good but more than that it's plentiful and free.  Yes, free breakfast with typical cold selections and sausage, gravy, biscuits, eggs, and waffles.  Then in the mid afternoon they have free popcorn and sodas in the lobby.  Then at 5:30 they have a small dinner of chicken tenders or meatballs with a soup, salad, and some other stuff.  PLUS 3 free alcoholic drinks for each guest, each day at "happy hour".  

    Location: Perfect for us, but could be a bit of a walk if you're older or just don't like to walk.  We enjoy the walk to the quarter and everywhere else.  It's safe and really, it's only a few blocks.  The streetcar does pass right by the hotel so it's perfect either way.  

    This is, without a doubt, where we'll stay while in New Orleans.

    03/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    39. Jessica S.
    This was my first time staying at a Drury hotel and I really enjoyed my stay.

    -Friendly staff
    -Clean rooms
    -Free breakfast buffet with eggs, sausage, waffle machine, yogurt, toast and so on.
    -Free soda and popcorn in the afternoon.
    -Free drinks and dinner-ish. I know some folks ate the food for dinner but I generally grazed it for snacks.  Menu items included hot dogs, mac n cheese, nachos, pasta and so on. I went for the nachos and veggies. Do take advantage of your three free alcoholic beverages per day. That's right, three free boozy drinks per day.
    -Conveniently located within walking distance of the Superdome and the French Quarter.
    -Rooftop pool.

    Honestly, I don't have a single complaint. We paid a fair price for the rooms and got a lot of value out of our stay.

    14/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    40. Tasha B.
    I came in from Georgia for the weekend.  I have to say my entire stay at the Drury Hotel was wonderful. I look and look and look around to find the perfect hotel /location and I could not do it any better than this hotel. The staff ( wonderful ), the heated pool and hot tub (wonderful), the kickback at 5pm ( wonderful). The location is right on point. This hotel is my spot for any stay while in New Orleans.

    09/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    41. John D.
    Visited for the Ohio State - Alabama game. Lots of great things about this hotel:
    - Clean Rooms
    - Friendly Staff
    - Great Location
    - Breakfast is free
    - Drinks in the evening
    - Roof pool and hot tub

    And Ohio State won!!! Go Bucks!

    05/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    42. Joceline T.
    Nothing bad to say about my stay here! Amazing hotel!
    -Super friendly staff, very helpful
    - Huge, clean room with nice decor(we had a double queen suite w sofa bed)
    -You get free wifi, free breakfast, free mid-day snacks, free happy hour and food(hotdogs, pasta, nachos and food like that)
    -Pool and ho ttub
    The hotel is about 3 blocks from Bourbon street so you're close enough but not too close where you get all the craziness. I walk to the WW2 museum, it was a little far but not that bad. You also have the street car right by the hotel to take you to the Garden District.
    I would definitely stay here again!

    05/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0