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I liked that it was the St Charles street car line. It was a tiny hotel. Mostly clean, even though it looks old My bathroom had a little bit of mold in it, but I'm assuming since it's New Orleans, that's a little hard to really eradicate. Besides that, Ines's very quaint and nice, especially the room. The hallways were old, but rooms were great.
Perfect location, pet friendly with easy access to grass to walk him. This is the main reason I booked this hotel and that it was such easy access to the French quarter etc. free parking. Every single front desk staff member was SO unprofessional. They did not greet us, barely look at us, was talking on her phone on speaker while checking us in. Thought next day person would be better. Nope. Even more rude. They made us park in a garage the first night away from hotel which was so inconvenient. When I went the next day to get our parking pass as promised the next girl wouldn't even look at me. I had to ask questions and her response was, Yup. Checking out with a different lady she spoke 2 words to me and handed my receipt. I've never experienced such un-customer friendly hotel staff located in the "friendliest city". Most of all our New Orleans experience was with friendly people except our hotel. The rudest. If the girls hate their job that much they need to get in a different line of work. I'm in sales and customer service. So unacceptable. They seemed to be nicer to older people. Room was tiny, very old, smells a little like mildew.