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Hampton Inn Hotels & Suites in New Orleans, LA

Hampton Inn Hotels & Suites in New Orleans, LA


Located in the vibrant historic arts and Warehouse District across from the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, this Hampton Inn and Suites offers you luxury accommodations and convenient walking distance to some of New Orleans' most well known attractions.

Housed in a historic landmark building, the building is a converted early 1900s masonry building where burlap sacks were manufactured to transport rice, beans and coffee from the Port of New Orleans to other locations throughout the United States.


Established in 2000.

Set across two towers - one a historic warehouse, the other a modern build - the Hampton Inn & Suites New Orleans Convention Center hotel offers unique accommodations in the heart of New Orleans. Located in the Arts & Warehouse District, which was originally developed in the 18th century, the neighborhood is now home to many businesses, shops, restaurants and bars. The hotel is conveniently located across the street from Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and is within walking distance of major New Orleans attractions including Jackson Square, the French Quarter, Harrah's Casino, the Aquarium of the Americas and the Mercedes Benz Superdome. Hampton Inn & Suites New Orleans Convention Center is the closest hotel to the cruise terminals, making it the ideal hotel for pre/post cruise accommodations.


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Rating: 4.09

Address: 1201 Convention Center Blvd, New Orleans, LA, 70130

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        Comments (46):

        1. Holly M.
        Hey, for a Hampton Inn this place is pretty good! I was surprised. I had to work at a convention in New Orleans and was put up here for a week. It was a great stay. Clean, spacious rooms with excellent housekeeping. Seriously! Mini fridge, I love having that. Not the best view, but when working I don't really care. The front desk staff was very pleasant and the free breakfast was pretty good. I would certainly stay here again. Fair prices too! Yay!

        31/03/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        2. William N.
        The Hampton Inn staff has been top-notch.  Any time we've asked they have responded quickly and with a smile.  Small breakfast bar, small bar, no business suite.  Clean. Staff friendly.

        20/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        3. Lisa L.
        this Hampton Inn was really charming, I loved the cute settings at the lobby level so much!

        the hotel was transformed from a cotton factory i think? they incorporate the original old industrial vibe with the cozy new Orleans style and that created one artistic interior. i could not believe it was Hampton at first.

        the room tho, was of course typical Hampton setting. a little old and slightly to the smelly side at this one. the room did not have anything to do with the whole charming French style downstairs, but it was really clean and the bed was comfortable as they promised.

        the breakfast buffet at this one was a bit nicer than other locations, if you can, try get up earlier and take your time to enjoy the cute interior with a cup of coffee and fresh waffle. it'll make a beautiful start for your day.  

        we were very satisfied overall, at the reasonable price, good location, lovely environment and friendly staff. can't wait to visit there again!

        27/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        4. Bindia K.
        The staff was AMAZING and FRIENDLY.  Its in a old brickston factory so its very rustic.  The room are cleaned daily, you have fresh towels always.  Free wifi, free continental breakfast (yogurt, omelets, hash browns, belgien waffles, FRESH coffee, fruits, toast, pastrys, biscuits. The list can go on) also when you chk in they have fresh warm cookies and they give you a buy one get one free coupon for bar drinks.  They have a court yard and pool :-)

        11/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        5. Reena M.
        What an awesome hotel! I don't understand why all hotels don't follow the standard that Hampton Inn sets. Free internet in the rooms & lobby, as well as free breakfast?  The rooms were great, maybe not the most spacious for 4 people but they were functional for our needs. We were there for a conference and were out all day anyway. But, the free breakfast saved my life!  The lobby and pool area were so nice! The couches were comfortable! I really couldn't have hoped for a better place, especially so close to the convention center!

        18/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        6. Erin V.
        This is one of the more charming Hampton Inns I have ever stayed at. It is an old renovated factory building but very clean and comfortable. Our rooms was very nice and clean. Downstairs there is a bar and little shop you can buy snacks at. It is located within close proximity to the Convention Center and Cruise terminal. Dont stay here if you want to be close to the French Quarter because it is quite a walk.

        Breakfast was very good and extensive but there were a lot of people at it so it was very noisy and just not what I like to wake up to in the morning...

        Overall it was a good experience but I would only stay here again if I was going to a Convention or on a cruise.

        29/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        7. Cheryl T.
        I arrived at this hotel on Christmas Day and was greeting with an extremely friendly and helpful staff and the most delicious warm white chocolate macadamia nut cookies on the planet.  The hotel was beautiful, clean and welcoming.  When I read that breakfast buffet was included in the extremely reasonable price of the room I was expecting the usual cold powered eggs and boxes of cereal that I always get and was prepared to eat breakfast out every day.  Boy was I wrong!  They had a full hot buffet of omelets, and something called a bagel topper which was so delicious that I decided to skip Brennan's and save the money.  They put eggs, cheese and bacon on half bagels and somehow they manage to keep the bagel crispy while the cheese makes the inside of the bagel soft... YUMMY!!!  They have a coffee area open 24 hours where you can get fruit, different flavors or coffee and hot chocolate at no cost.  There are great restaurants just blocks away from the hotel and a very dealable walking distance to the French Quarter if you're in the mood for the sleaze of Bourbon Street.  

        The staff of the hotel was in a class of their own: courteous and professional and extremely helpful (rare qualities to be found in customer service "professionals" these days.  These guys really seem to love their jobs. Special mention to a young man a check out that didn't give us his name, but arranged for late check out so we wouldn't have to hang around the airport waiting for our flight!  Thank you!!!!   Don't make a mistake and think the Warehouse District is too far away from the action.  This hotel is a gem.

        08/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        8. Dave W.
        With a heavy business travel schedule, it sometimes feels that I have stayed at just about every Hampton Inn (my budget chain of choice) over the last year.  While most Hamptons are consistent in providing a decent value for the price, this one exceeded my expectations more than most.  

        Being located right across the street from the Morial Convention Center, this location could not possibly be more convenient for convention access.  That being said, it is about a mile trek into the French Quarter and all of the touristy spots.  Thankfully, since I was there in mid-July with 90 degree heat and 90 percent humidity, you can walk most of that distance inside the air conditioned convention center and Riverwalk mall.

        The hotel itself is in a historic warehouse building but has been nicely rennovated.  The brick exterior and hardwood floors in the lobby are original, but the rooms are as comfortable as any modern Hampton I have stayed at.  Beds are comfortable, free breakfast is decent and staff is very accomodating and friendly.  

        All in all, I would probably not stay here for a personal visit, but for a convention, you would have a hard time finding better for the price.

        13/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        9. Ka T.
        Very nice stay with very friendly staff.  Some go well beyond the call of duty.  I was with a group of people and asked for directions to go to a restaurant near by.  Not only did the staff give me the directions, they also showed concerned with our safety due to the location so close to a high way entrance.    The Assistant manager immediately volunteered to take us in the shuttle and showed us how to walk back to the hotel if we wanted or to call him and he will come pick us up.  

        Great place, highly recommend

        26/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        10. Enid H.
        Lovely hotel! Would definitely stay here again. Location is a bit far from restaurants if you don't feel like walking a distance. Otherwise homey and service was great!

        27/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        11. Lisa H.
        The location is great for any convention goers in New Orleans, but is a cab ride to the Quarter as opposed to walking distance.

        We spent 2 nights here in one of the suites and I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of closet space.  The suite included a small refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot and complimentary popcorn.   The bed was a beautiful four poster and there was a pull out sofa for the teen that was with us.  The bathroom was quite large for a hotel, with a whirlpool tub and plenty of space to spread out.  

        The staff was very helpful and friendly, despite the fact that we kept the valet hopping going in and out multiple times in a day.  Parking is a little pricey at almost $30/night, but it's worth it not to get a ticket.

        Continental breakfast was average, coffee was above average (not the normal hotel swill).  Our only disappointment was that the hotel bar closes at 11 pm.

        I'd definitely recommend this location to convention attendees.

        20/01/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        12. Shercole K.
        I recently went to a banquet in their ballroom, which was pretty nice.  The room was a great size for a medium to slightly large group of individuals. Great large staff to accommodate everyone. The food was actually good. I didn't have high hopes. They had a great fish and chicken plate and wonderful hot chocolate cake dessert. The location was pretty easy to find and accessible; right across from The Convention Center. Parking was good for me, but I can see it being a problem in the week or when large groups are visiting.

        06/12/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
        13. Constance M.
        This hotel is a very convenient walking distance to the French Quarter.

        One of the best things about it is the Hilton Service. Me and my Family checked in December 25th. We came in two vehicles and there were six of us with three rooms. When we arrived we waited about fifteen minutes for a bellman, who never came. We had tons of luggage and finally just carried it all up ourselves. We really only wanted a cart but oh well.

        When i told the manager, he discounted one of our rooms for the entire stay!

        It was smooth sailing from there. The rooms were clean. Beds comfy. Free internet. Free hot breakfast. It was great.

        01/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        14. Toya D.
        Stayed here during The Special Event (TSE) one year.

        Located in what's known as The Warehouse District, it's literally, a hop, skip and two jumps away from Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (where TSE was held).

        The staff was friendly, the place is clean and the FREE Continental Breakfast was fresh and plentiful every morning. The location is convenient and near the water and not too far from Bourbon, Canal, Poydras and Tchoupitoulas Streets, as well as The Mississippi River.

        A cheaper alternative to the high-end hotels in French Quarter and Bourbon Street. Would definitely stay here again.

        14/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        15. Alexandria N.
        I loved everyone that worked there besides some guy that works there at night. He isn't friendly. He is bland and dry. He works at night. But the manager is amazing. And so is Perry. Great concierge!!! He had the best suggestions and was more than helpful. He ordered our taxi on time. He had a list and map put together for places to see. The hotel is an old cotton factory. I think it's haunted. Haha. Loved the brick work but not the Parking situation. Yes it's a city but having to pay for parking while you stay at the hotel is ridiculous. Not happy about that.  The pool is small but rather cute. Beds are comfy.

        02/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        16. Steven R.
        This is an OK hotel. The staff, except the bartender, are very friendly. My only issue with the place is that other than breakfast they do not serve food. The front desk will give you, upon request, a booklet full of places that deliver. That's ok if you want pizza or other Italian food but not good if you want good local food.
        Other than that, very nice place. Probably wouldn't stay again, only stayed this time because I couldn't get a Holiday Inn group hotel within 70 miles.

        17/10/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
        17. Troy B.
        We have stayed at many New Orleans hotels including Le Pavillon, the Ritz, the Windsor Court and Roosevelt, but this Hampton is our new favorite. Of course it isn't as plush as some of those, but at half the price, it is plush enough.

        The pool is small but okay, as is the bar. The breakfast is typical Hampton.

        The service is excellent, the rooms clean and some are huge.

        As with all downtown hotels there is a huge parking fee, but it is within walking distance of warehouse dist. restaurants and the WWII museum.

        26/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        18. Susan S.
        This is an old warehouse made over into hotel and I love that, service great, their stored our bags for us on our last day and the only bad thing was my sons little camera taken from his bag but the storage area is not secure so don't leave anything valuable in your bags.
        Breakfast adequate.
        Room on the small side but clean and comfortable bed and pillows which is all I ask for.
        Location is great for convention center but a little far to the streetcar stop at Julia/river walk line.  Next time I would stay closer to a streetcar stop.
        Overall great value

        06/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        19. Carla V.
        This warehouse district hotel is great.  This is a great place to stay if you need to be near the convention center, which was the purpose of my stay.

        The staff is very accommodating and attentive. The rooms are spacious and up-to-date.  The rate is inexpensive in comparison to other convention center area hotels.  There are also parking lots and meters available for visitors, but the hotel provides valet for guests.  

        My favorite thing about this hotel is all the nooks.  The bar is small, but sufficient.  Perfect for happy hour and overlooks the pool.  The pool area has a backyard feel and is a great hangout for smoking.  There is also a courtyard before arriving at the registration desk for eating breakfast and there is a park next door for exercise.

        This place is a jewel in the warehouse district and is worth checking out if you're going to be in and around the convention center.  This is my new go to for conference events.

        16/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        20. Aaron S.
        I live in the neighborhood and have all of my guests stay here.  The hotel is not your cookie cutter Hampton Inn.  It is located in a historic building in the Warehouse District.  It's location offers access to some of New Orleans finest restaurants, as well as the Arts scene.  The area has several upscale bars and art galleries.  It is about a 10 block (15-20 minute) walk to the French Quarter, but along the walk you will experience the great offerings of the Warehouse District.  It is a mix between loft style condominiums and commercial businesses.  Too many great bars and restaurants to mention.  

        Try to get a suite in the old building if you can.  The suites have very high ceilings, and exposed brick walls with the original windows.  Very classic, loft style suites that are virtually unheard of at any other Hampton Inn.  The lobby area is all original to the warehouse era and features 100+ year old wood floors, wood ceilings and beams.  

        I have all of my guests stay here and they consistently comment on how nice this hotel is and how it is truly unlike any Hampton Inn that they have ever seen...  In my opinion, this is one of the nicest hotels in the area.

        19/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        21. Sean D.
        I stayed here with a group that was competing at the Convention Center the weekend before Mardi Gras.  The hotel was well prepared for our large group and a perfect location.  

        The room was perfect.  It was clean, well supplied and quiet.  The breakfast in the morning had a large selection of items and different both mornings I stayed.  I will definitely stay at this location again when I return to New Orleans.  It is far enough from the noise of the French Quarter, but easily accessible by a short walk.  It is truly in a perfect location.

        02/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        22. Lan D.
        This Hampton Inn is a renovated warehouse. This is the trend in the Warehouse District/Convention Center area in New Orleans. Only, I would not have expected this place to be as nice as it is. Having stayed at many Hampton Inns previously, I was surprised at how nice this one is. However, they price accordingly so there you have it.

        The one downside to this hotel though is that it's not really within walking distance of the French Quarter (well, a mile, but that seems inconvenient for a vacation.) However, it's right across the street from the convention center so if you're in town for a function, it's the ideal place to stay.

        16/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        23. Diedre R.
        A group of 50 of us went to New Orleans for the Falcons vs Saints game.

        I read most of the reviews online, so I wasn't shocked to find that this was an older hotel, or as some people say its Historic.

        It was within walking distance to the RiverWalk Market Place and the Shops at Canal Place and while some people had no problems with walking to Bourbon Street, I thought that too far of a walk and took a taxi.

        When we checked in a two people (well four since it was double occupancy) requested new rooms. They claimed their rooms smelled moldy and wet.  These request were honored with no problems.

        Just like any other hotel, you don't want to be near the elevator or ice machine or you are bound to hear people walking and talking all night.

        Our room had two double beds, and there was a post note on one of the beds that stated that the linen had been changed.  Not sure why it was there, but THANKS!!  We also had a mini fridge, and a flat screen TV and all the buttons on the remote were still marked.

        I left my phone charger home and I called down to the front desk and asked them if they had one I could use, she asked me what type of phone I had and when I answered her, she stated that they only had them for older phones. That was my only interaction with the staff.

        I was sorta bummed that there was no restaurant on premise, cause once you leave all that drinking on Bourbon Street, it'd be nice to be able to order up to your room.  There were some places that delivered, but when we called them they had wait times over an hour.

        They have a okay continental breakfast, the three days we were there, I mostly went with pink grapefruit slices and muffins (saving my calories for New Orleans foods) but they had the standards bagels, eggs, bacon, sausage, grits, etc types of food.

        I went down to get juice one day after the breakfast was over, and it was empty and didn't seem to be something they offered throughout the day, but tea bags and hot water were accessible all day.  

        Not sure how far the SuperDome is because the bus we took down drove us to the dome, but it was about a ten minute bus ride.

        Would stay again if I was in New Orleans, but I would prefer to be closer to where the action is.

        10/12/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
        24. Amy K.
        Absolutely perfect location for the convention center. I did not get a chance to try out the fitness room, but the facility itself was pretty neat. The rooms are a little outdated. My main complaint is there was no thermostat. It's just a window AC unit, so during the night, it's always on or always off. I'm super picky when it comes to temperature while I sleep, so this was bad!

        The staff were all super friendly, and the breakfast choices were pretty large. I LOVED the fact that they had an oatmeal station. Fresh oatmeal with a selection of mixed nuts, dried berries, brown sugar, cinnamon, etc. Awesome on a cold morning!

        Taxi to and from the airport (MSY) is pretty expensive ($33/one way), so check ahead of time with the shuttle service that NOLA offers.

        21/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        25. Courtney M.
        Absolutely loved this location! The hotel rooms were a bit drab and notably older, but the quaint reception area, courtyard and hotel bar were certainly pluses.

        In the morning, if you need to leave earlier than the breakfast bar times (i.e. before 6a), they have breakfast "to go packs" with bottled water, fruit, small muffin, granola bar and small candy item.

        I would gladly stay here again!

        16/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        26. Jon L.
        I'm impressed with this Hotel.

        I like getting my Dividend Airline Miles.

        This is a really great location in the Warehose District.
        So many great restaurants and bars nearby.

        The decor is great since they kept the Fulton Cotton Mill theme.
        I like the pool area, great to lounge around on the comfortable chairs.

        They have a terrific buffet breakfast in a nice open and room area to eat.
        The staff is fantastic.

        It sits right across from the Mississippi Heritage Park which is really nice.

        28/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        27. Beth B.
        So clearly there are no conventions in town because I got a room here for dirt cheap especially for a big city.  I'm thankful though because this place is great! As mentioned, it used to be a cotton mill so is about 100 years old.  That gives it a lot of character and makes it different than your average Hampton Inn.  

        The lobby is wonderful.  Lots of separate seating areas.  Didn't go out to the pool but looks like a good place to hang out. Actually surprised that there is a pool.  The breakfast area is pretty large so no worries about finding a place to sit though I imagine that it gets packed during convention times.

        My room, according to the map, was one of the smaller rooms but was still plenty large.  I loved the 4 post bed that I needed to use the stairs to climb into. The bathroom is huge!

        Wifi was a little spotty on my ipad but has been fine with my laptop.  

        If there are no conventions the next time I come to town, I'm staying here again without a doubt.

        23/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        28. David S.
        Love this Hotel!  I always stay in the "old" part of the hotel, with high ceilings and 4-post beds. A real New Orleans experience. So close to the Convention Center, and lots of restaurants as well.

        The staff is always friendly and helpful, and they go above and beyond to be of service. Reservations helped with some goofy requests on this trip, and the Manager of the bellman even drove a group of us to the airport when the cabs stopped running due to cold weather.

        Customer service is alive and well here. Stay here if you can.

        29/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        29. Russell B.
        We really liked this hotel. It's about a mile to walk to Bourbon Street, but the intervening neighborhood is highly trafficked and seems quite safe.

        This hotel, built in an old warehouse. has more personality than most Hampton Inns. It has a bar with interesting people watching and our room in the new section, while quite conventional in amenities, was spacious and clean. It was truly a bargain at $89/night. Service from the front desk to valets and bellhops was friendly and efficient.

        Definitely staying here next time we're in NOLA.

        23/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        30. Tanya D.
        You usually can't go bad with a Hampton Inn but this location is really really nice. It's very clean, fresh and all staff are super nice. The lobby is elegant but also comfortable. We are staying for a small convention that is in the hotel and those rooms are nice too. They have a happy hour but please do not repeat my faux pas. If you are enjoying the small but refreshing pool in the pretty courtyard and want a drink, just tap on the window to the bar. Look for it, it's small but 'should' be obvious. The bartender is happy to serve you there. So you don't have to put your cover up on and drip drip through the lobby, freezing in the air conditioning, puddling at the bar. The bartender was very gracious and nice to me. But I was embarrassed! Duh! This is a great hotel and I will totally stay again when I need a staycation or am attending something at the convention center and don't want to drive back and forth home.

        20/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        31. Marilynn P.
        Awesome service.

        Awesome room.

        Awesome rates.

        Awesome breakfast.

        Awesome location.

        Awesome gym.

        Awesome courtyard.

        Awesome lobby space.

        Just awesome! I loved everything about my stay here and wish I could have stayed here longer.

        21/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        32. Lisa B.
        I visited the Hampton Inn & Suites while in New Orleans for the NAR conference and a professional business meeting,  The hotel staff was quite attentive and most helpful when my reservation from Rooms.com did not sync with the hotel.  As quickly as they could they managed to get me a room and all was good.  The rooms are spacious and clean.  While the rooms are dated everything was in good condition.  There is a free breakfast which was just fine.  I wasn't totally jazzed about the breakfast since it lacked healthy choices.  The fitness center was adequate with treadmills, elliptical machines, recumbent bikes, benches, free weights and other workout accessories.  The gym was absolutely quiet which allowed me to have my own private workout!  The close proximity to the Convention Center was also a great benefit,

        06/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        33. Meghan K.
        I liked this hotel. The location is a little away from the quarter, but if you're there for a a business trip it's perfect. It looks as if it's a renovated warehouse. They have beautiful wood floors. The rooms were spacious, clean, and comfortable. Even the views were interesting. They only have valet parking and it's 30 bucks, so be prepared.  They were offering cookies at check in and their breakfast buffet, which is included in the cost is amazing!!

        16/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        34. Amanda M.
        I have stayed at this hotel at least three times, all for business. Two of the three times they gave me a suite that is like a mini apartment. The ceilings are very high, brick walls painted a soothing color. There's a mini kitchen near the entrance with glass plates, and silverware, a nice break from plastic at the airport. A full size kitchen table is near that. A little living room with a couch, chair and coffee table is in front of the flat screen also visible from the four poster. Four tall windows to the ceiling reveal 2 sides of a city skyline, very pretty at night, making the space during the day feel bigger even though it already is a nice size. Floor to ceiling Curtains are thick but light gets in through the sides but not so distracting for sleeping.

        The rates were great, $128/ night, the week before Mardi gras. A Hampton inn in the French quarter was $175/night and then Thursday night jumped to $270/night. This location is a little further away from the excitement but much nicer rooms and quiet at night, minus a siren or two. Many good restaurants are nearby.

        The bathroom even had a big jacuzzi tub and neutrogena toiletries (usually reserved for Hilton garden inn). I had to take two bubble baths, because, when in Rome!
        Plus it was unseasonably cold. It's a great place to stay while on business and easy to get to the freeway but an easy taxi to the French quarter or wherever.

        Taxis were sometimes slow to show up but the concierges were always helpful. Best to call in advance, the same for retrieving your car from the valet.

        The breakfasts are huge: oatmeal, toast, waffles, bagel toppers, yogurt, fruit, cereal, sausage (turkey links not so tasty) and more.

        The hotel staff from the housekeeping to the front desk are friendly & helpful. This feels like more than a chain hotel, even though the Hilton line is my preferred hotel chain. I really enjoyed my stay and will certainly be back.

        The lobby was beautifully decorated for Mardi gras and gorgeous vases of flowers, too. I was very impressed.

        There are plenty of tables and couch seating areas for groups to meet or discuss business.

        This is my #1 choice for business stay in New Orleans.

        28/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
        35. Chris F.
        Checked in tonight, working on a film: this place is is a dump. First room reeked of cheap perfume. Second room was even worse. Walls are paper thin as well, could hear my neighbors phone conversations like I was in the room with him. I can't believe this  is a Hampton Inn. Feels more like a best western circa 1982. Lobby looks nice at first but closer inspection revels worn threadbare furniture. This place is in serious update.

        09/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
        36. Dana O.
        roomed strongly smelled like mold and mildew. Exceptional complimentary breakfast. Convenient location.

        19/03/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
        37. Toya G.
        Great location to the convention center but mediocre rooms.  The hotel rooms could use some updating but I guess they're trying to remain time period appropriate with the decor.  Think that's bad?  There was hair in my sheets that did not belong to me as well as crumbs of food on the floor.  GROSS!!!! Parking is super expensive and unfortunately this was my worst stay at a Hilton brand hotel.  Can't say i'd stay here again!

        05/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
        38. Terry S.
        We were happy to enjoy the warm chocolate chip cookies upon arrival.

        We had selected the room with two double beds and a foldout couch which really gave us quite a large room. We had a refrigerator and microwave in the room.

        Our beds were quite comfortable. We had free wifi.

        We had a free breakfast every morning with some interesting egg dishes. They had oatmeal with all the toppings. I wanted to have it but was tempted every morning by the waffles.

        My roommate also noticed that women asked at the front desk and were given bottles of water for free.

        You can't beat the close location to the convention center!

        I would be observant and careful at night when walking by the park. We did see some characters that were not quite comfortable to walk by at night.

        07/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        39. Andrea S.
        Came back and got more disgusted. Was staying for two nights but wanted to cancel one and was told on the phone 48 hours notice needs to be given. Didn't make sense to me since it wasn't prepaid. When I checked in, the issue was resolved. No one was offered a goodie bag this time and the next morning I wasn't offered a receipt or asked how my stay was. Definitely the worse Hampton inn I've stayed in.

        17/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
        40. Lisa R.
        We just had a group meeting here for the past 2 days. The warm cookies at check in were great. The room was a good value, We were in town for a convention and enjoyed the walks to our destination. The hotel is close to the mall and restaurants.
        For a meeting destination it was great. The food at our lunch was delicious, the gumbo, the chicken salad...personally I loved the lightly fried shrimp (better than my meal at Mulate's). The breakfast has fresh fruit, a waffle bar, eggs, meat of the day, yogurt and lots of other goodies. We would stay here again! Just across the street from convention center and 1 mile to bourbon street.

        10/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        41. Flora H.
        What a great hotel! We usually stay in the quarter, but this is just far enough to be away from the madness and just close enough that you can still walk to anywhere you'd want to go.  For much less than what we normally pay, we got a room about 3 times the size with a sitting area and kitchen. Our stay was very comfortable, and the staff was very accommodating (they even held our beer for us in the employee fridge after we'd checked out!). This is a great option for visiting New Orleans if you aren't there just to party and dead set on staying in the heart of the partying. We'll definitely be returning.

        26/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        42. Jannet L.
        This hotel was so great and different. Stayed here for conference right across the street. Asked for suite in older part after looking at reviews. It was bigger than most apts I've lived in. Had living room, kitchenette, work desk, king size bed, crazy big windows and ceilings, huge tub and shower. I wanted to stay in the room all night but of course had to leave to enjoy all the amazing food. I'd say the customer service was not good but adequate. Not super friendly or helpful at the front desk but the guys by the garage were really friendly. The breakfast is great and I just took it to go back to my awesome room.

        23/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        43. Angus W.
        Third time I've stayed here.. not your average Hampton Inn.

        No complaints about noise (and we made plenty..TMI)

        Decent free breakfast deal but nothing special.. standard funny looking omelets and four waffle makers... a couple of choices on coffee which I liked. Really big comfortable lobby with free wifi.

        Half significant ancient warehouse and half newer. We stayed in the newer section this time and it was just fine.

        I like the location being halfway between the Garden District and the French Quarter.. we walked back and forth between them. The warehouse/downtown districts offer some good restaurants and a bunch of tourist traps... Yelp is useful

        09/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        44. Eric L.
        Stayed for St. Patrick's day weekend 2015. No complaints about room. Large and comfortable. BEWARE of the valet parking. First night they left my car unlocked and unattended. Left to go eat and go to the quarter.  Got in late, had to park on the street, go find the valet attendant. Found him inside studying. Next morning called to get my car brought up, No answer. Went downstairs to get my car. At first they couldn't find my car, as the attendant from the night before didn't log it in.

        What a freaking mess!

        13/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
        45. Jimmy B.
        Stayed here for 5 nights to attend a national conference at the convention center. The Hampton is conveniently located across Convention Center Blvd which made morning travel very easy.  Check-in and check-out was incredibly efficient, and the staff was friendly. I tried to get a late check-out and kept being told to "check back tomorrow" which included up to the day I was checking-out.

        There are two sections of the hotel and I stayed in the "historical" side.  I highly recommend that you ask for this half if you were to stay here.  My room (King Suite) was great.  A full kitchenette with full-size fridge, pots/pans, and dishware.  The bed was quite comfortable, and I had great windows.

        Free breakfast every morning with snacks and coffee available all day.  The breakfast was nice, but nothing impressive - oatmeal, waffles, eggs, sausage, bagels, fruit, etc.  

        Only real complaint are the bath towels - they are super thing and scratchy.

        27/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
        46. Teri S.
        Stayed here for 5 nights for a trade show. This location is perfect for events at the  Morial convention center as it is right across the street. You hardly break a sweat getting to the show in the morning, and it is swampy in NOLA, even in October.  I almost always stay at Hilton properties and I do like Hamptons as they offer free breakfasts and Wi-Fi. This one was no exception and had all the little Hampton touches.
        Upon check in, I found I got put into a corner room (I had just booked a business king), which turned out to be a huge suite. There are only a few of these at the hotel, one on each corner.  SCORE. This is an old renovated warehouse so has a real cool vibe... brick walls,art,nice furniture, etc., My suite had a huge 4 poster bed, living room area and a kitchen with fridge and microwave. There were even real dishes and a dishwasher. It was well maintained, very clean. The bed was comfortable, it was quiet. Bathroom was huge and had a Jacuzzi tub. I had two closets. Tons of room.
        Along with the nice room surprise at check in, they gave me  a drink certificate at the bar. Of course I got a hurricane. The little bar off the lobby was cute and the bartenders were always nice. They have a few beers( Abita for sure) , a few wines and some cocktails. They had a TV and a few patrons were in there. They close it up by 11, though. A great lobby with lots of couches and that same old fashioned feel, a concierge who is quite helpful. The front desk staff were great. I interacted with several and they were all just great! They were organized and efficient dealing with packages, cabs, luggage, etc., The valets were nice and always pointed me in the right direction.  Breakfast was good every day, buffet style and they had a nice enough selection even for a vegetarian. Omelets , potatoes (which were especially good) oatmeal , cereal , fruit, yogurt and decent coffee and pastries. The coffee, water and tea were set up  24/7 pretty much.
        Across the street there was a little park with art and the area felt pretty safe even during the night. It was convenient to get everywhere by walking, with Mulate's Cajun restaurant and the  trolley stop at Julia  that gets you to the French market and bourbon street easily within a reasonable walk (1/4 mile or less). A little further walk and a few turns gets you  to the WW 2 museum and the trolley that gets you to the Garden district, and  just a tiny bit further than that in the other direction gets you to the Pier and trolley stop that takes you to the Treme.This was just a great hotel all around and I would recommend it for business or for vacation, as it was nice to visit bourbon st, but it was also nice to come back to this quiet little gem.

        13/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0