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Distance to city center
|New Orleans Louis Armstrong|
Distance to airport
|"Very clean, spacious and comfortable room!"||(in 37 reviews)|
|"Staff extremely friendly and helpful!"||(in 70 reviews)|
|"Great gem of a hotel!"||(in 73 reviews)|
|"Pool bar was not always open."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Tram stop right outside."||(in 2 reviews)|
|"The hotel staff were customer service oriented."||(in 7 reviews)|
|great staff||in 151 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 141 reviews|
|great location||in 92 reviews|
|spacious rooms||in 59 reviews|
|french quarter||in 42 reviews|
|pool bar||in 41 reviews|
|comfortable beds||in 36 reviews|
|stop is right||in 30 reviews|
|service was very good||in 24 reviews|
|new orleans||in 17 reviews|
|free drink||in 14 reviews|
|walking distance||in 12 reviews|
|canal st||in 9 reviews|
|close to main attractions||in 9 reviews|
|far exceeded my expectations||in 8 reviews|
|jung||in 8 reviews|
|streetcar stop||in 8 reviews|
|washer and dryer||in 6 reviews|
|claudette||in 5 reviews|
|clean and spacious||in 3 reviews|
The hotel was newly renovated with large open spaces and modern finishes. The room was very spacious, clean and accommodating for both a business traveler and a leisure trip.
While the hotel is new & modern with open spaces and large rooms it seems to be lacking warmth. For example the lights in the rooms were VERY BRIGHT with no dim levels, the floors are completely tile - no carpet or rugs so the room felt stark. Similar feel in the common spaces - for example the bar wasn’t open during the afternoon (IN NEW ORLEANS) and it seems the bar was the only popular space in the lobby area. The overall aesthetics are pleasing but something is just lacking. The management should really figure it out because the space is too nice not to be enjoyed by a high end clientele.
This was a hotel we had never stayed at before and I took a chance and it paid off. The hotel was updated, clean and very modern.
The location is on Canal but at the other end of Canal, so unless ur an avoid walker take an Uber or Lyft.
Spacious rooms, very clean and HQ finishes
I bit noisy from hotel engines
Just a short walk away from the French Quarter, the The Jung Hotel and Residences offers guests a modern luxury right in the middle of the history-infused New Orleans.
Each of the 207 guestrooms offer well-appointed décor, with accommodations that are both comfortable and unique. Guests are offered free Wi-Fi and desks to keep up while on the go. Televisions with cable programming, along with in-room coffee and tea facilities are offered for added guest convenience.
The hotel offers a 24-hour business center as well as a 24-hour fitness center. The outdoor rooftop pool desk boasts a heated pool with great views of the city. Also on the rooftop guests will find a bar offering up some of the finest cocktails and menu items guests will find. There is also a bar in the lobby of the The Jung Hotel and Residences.
Whether guests are in town for business reasons or for an opportunity to explore all of the charms of New Orleans, they’ll find that everything is within an easy distance of the hotel. Guests can walk to explore the French Quarter and Bourbon Street. During the day there are any number of places offering breakfasts and lunches infused with some of the best in New Orleans flavor. At night the city comes alive with vibrant music, endless entertainment and of course plenty of food and drink to go around.
The The Jung Hotel and Residences is a family-friendly hotel ideal for all travelers looking for comfortable accommodations right in the heart of New Orleans.
based on 523 reviews
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First constructed in 1927, the impressive hotel has been a heralded feature of New Orleans and has attracted the social scene for many years. Installing the city’s first retractable roof urged people from near and far to attend the lavish ballroom functions. A swarm of famous visitors frequented, including Billie Jean Jones and Hank Williams, who hosted their wedding at the venue. Passed down through generations of the Jung family, the historic charm can be felt as you explore the Baroque-inspired building.
Wine tasting sessions are run in the lobby every Thursday at 5:15 pm. Highlighting the exceptional art found throughout the hotel, a tour of the works with complimentary champagne is run at 5:00 pm on Friday afternoons. The lobby lights up with live music between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm every Friday, showcasing some of the most exciting local artists.
Make sure your next vacation is a stylish one by booking a Petite Suite. Boasting roughly 514 sq ft of space and a light-filled living area, you’ll be living a life of luxury. There is a king-size bed as well as marble floors. In the bathroom, you’ll find a double vanity sink and a walk-in shower. Available from approximately $194 per night, large windows provide stunning views of the city skyline.
You will be greeted with a welcome cocktail, while local calls can be made to stay in touch with family. Bottled water is supplied to all guestrooms daily, plus newspapers are located down in the lobby. If you’re a deep sleeper, wake-up calls can be made at your preferred time.
In the business center you will find two PC computers and a printer. Private workspaces can be found in every room, with audiovisual equipment available for rent. The hotel has 16 meeting rooms, which consist of boardrooms, grand halls, breakout spaces and conference rooms. On-site team building activities, such as mask making and cooking classes, offer the chance to enjoy a memorable experience together.
The lobby restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Start your morning off with eggs, pancakes, cereal, pastries, fresh fruit and grilled meats. Lunch is served between 11:30 am and 2:00 pm, with sandwiches, soups and salads available. The Creole flavor is extended into the evening when you can feast on succulent steaks, Gulf shrimp and seafood platters.
The easiest way to travel from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is by taxi, with the drive taking about 35min and costing approximately $45. Catching an Uber may mean waiting a few more minutes; however, the fare reduces to roughly $35. It is also possible to catch the E-2 bus service to Tulane at Lasalle and walk 3min to the hotel. (Prices checked 17/07/19).
The Jung Hotel And Residences is located at 1500 Canal Street in Central Business District, 0.8 km from the center of New Orleans. Saenger Theatre is the closest landmark to The Jung Hotel And Residences.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Jung Hotel And Residences.
Yes, The Jung Hotel And Residences offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Jung Hotel And Residences does not offer free parking.
No, The Jung Hotel And Residences does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Jung Hotel And Residences is 17.7 km from New Orleans Louis Armstrong. The Jung Hotel And Residences is 108.8 km from Gulfport Biloxi Regional.
No, pets are not allowed at The Jung Hotel And Residences.
Yes, The Jung Hotel And Residences has a pool onsite.