InterContinental New Orleans
Address444 Saint Charles Avenue New OrleansSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Non-smoking rooms
Bureau de Change/ATM
- ATM/cash machine on site
- Currency exchange
- Tour desk
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Pets allowed
Description provided by property
Within 4 blocks of Harrah's New Orleans casino and the famous French Quarter, this Louisiana hotel offers an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi in every room.
A cable TV with extended channels is featured in each room at the InterContinental New Orleans. Tea and coffee-making facilities and a mini bar are also included. Ironing facilities are available.
A 24-hour fitness centre is available on the hotel's top floor. A concierge service is also provided at the New Orleans InterContinental for guests’ convenience. A business centre with fax and photocopying services is accessible in the lobby.
Located on site, the Veranda restaurant serves regional cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Guests can also enjoy pub fare in the English-style Pete's restaurant or light fare and cocktails at SoifFaim.
Many French Quarter attractions, including Bourbon Street and Jackson Square, are less than 1 mile from this hotel. The Riverwalk Marketplace is just 10 minutes’ walk away.
You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply. The property will be going through renovation works from Thurs 09 Jan 2014 until Mon 15 Sept 2014. During this period, guests may experience some noise or light disturbances, and some hotel facilities and services may not be available. Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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