Club La Pension
6 rentals: $113 - $257 per night
1 resale: $9,950
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New Orleans offers an eclectic mix of attractions, and they're all at your doorstep when you stay at Club La Pension, located at Canal and Decatur Streets. Cafe Giovanni is located right at the resort, or within a short walk, you can be dining at Antoine's, listening to jazz on Bourbon Street, wandering along the banks of the Mississippi, or shopping. Discover multifaceted New Orleans-part antebellum graciousness and grandeur, part uninhibited Mardi Gras spirit, and part gleaming, modern city on the move. Casino gambling is nearby. New Orleans offers something for everyone.Club La Pension
115 Decatur St.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130 map it
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Laundry Room
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Boating (6 miles)
- Car Rental
- Casino (5 miles)
- Fishing (6 miles)
- Game Room
- Golf (3 miles)
- Grocery Store
- Health Club
- Horseback Riding (5 miles)
- Lake (6 miles)
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities
- Ocean (6 miles)
- Playground Area
- Spa Services (3 miles)
- Theme Park
- Video Rentals
- Water Skiing (6 miles)
- Wind Surfing (6 miles)
- User: deborah644
- Posted: Oct 21, 2014
Visited this resort for just one day. Rooms are very tiny and not much to offer other than location.
- User: david2249
- Posted: Oct 19, 2009
We stayed here in October 09. We had a totally refurbished 1 bedroom with brand new everything. The appliances were full size and it had a great kitchen. The staff were very helpful and the location was superb right in the French Quarter close to Canal St The rooftop patio with hottub was fairly large and comfortable with loungers and patio tables. There was coffee and tea service in the lobby in the mornings.
The only annoyance was the expensive internet connection which cost $30 per week. At least it worked well.
This is our second trip to New Orleans in two years. The evidence of Katrina in the French Quarter is virtually gone with virtually all of the hotels and businesses open and busy. The food and music are great. The Saints are winning and the atmosphere is enthusiastic. We will be back next year.
- User: jamest1
- Posted: Nov 24, 2007
You could put a mattress in a refrigerator box in this location and it would get 2-1/2 stars!
We stayed in a corner 1 BR unit with one side facing Canal Street, another side overlooking the Marriott's taxi stand. Between street noises and the near-constant "talk" at the taxi stand, there weren't many quiet moments. But, if you want quiet, go to the mountains.
Club La Pension has been pieced together from three or four "one of a kind" buildings in a city full of "one of a kind" buildings. It is far from a cookie-cutter condo. It is quirky, but lovable.
Unloading and check-in were difficult on Friday night in a crowded area. Lots of traffic, parking spots in front of the resort were full, one luggage cart, tired people, horns honking, etc. We parked in a commercial lot ($20/day) three blocks away, never used the car until we were ready to leave. Unless you will be day-tripping, I recommend flying.
The mattress was too soft by a lot. Some cable TV channels had a loud hum, drowning out the programming. There's no hi-speed internet access -- had to dial-in using the only phone, which was in the bedroom. (New Orleans supposedly wired the French Quarter after Katrina but I couldn't detect it. Two WiFi nets at the adjacent Marriott were detectable and my laptop said I was connected but I was never able to do anything. CLP staff said no one else could either.) There were a few houskeeping and maintenance issues that, if taken care of, would support a five star rating. All these are things you can get along with. This is a great facility in a fabulous location. I'm happy to be an owner.
- User: jimm254
- Posted: Sep 21, 2007
Loved it for the location/staff was helpful and friendly
- User: robh54
- Posted: May 24, 2007
Stay here Feb/07 and would recommend this resort to anyone wanting a helpful staff that goes above and beyond any resort I have been to.(especially Pierre)
The room was a two bedroom with one and a half bath with large living room area and smaller kitchen, but who is eating in the room with all the great food within walking distance. The resort is older but hey it is the French Quarter isnt everything older there and would not want it to look new, if I did I would go to a hotel.
There is a great restaurant and bar on site. They also give you a key to get in after hours, so not just anyone can walk in.
Go to this resort expecting great service and a nice room and you will not be disappointed. I am looking into buying a week in the French Quarter because of the great time I had, and Club La Pension will be on the top of the list.
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