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LaSalle Hotel

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1113 Canal St New Orleans LA 70112
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(504) 523-5831
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Built in 1927 by Julian Saenger for an unheard of USD2.5 million, the Saenger Theatre has weathered through years in the Crescent City until Hurricane Katrina hit. Sustaining major damage, the theater went through a USD53 million renovation in 2011. Reopening its doors in 2013, the theater has revitalized Canal Street and welcomed artists and Broadway shows like John Legend and Mama Mia. The...

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It is everything and more that I remember as a child. They have done an outstanding and complete refurbishment of this wonderful, historic theatre. Whether it's a Broadway production, … It is everything and more that I remember as a child. They have done an outstanding and complete refurbishment of this wonderful, historic theatre. Whether it's a Broadway production, concert or comedy show,...

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Went to see a friend in a fabulous touring production of A Night with Janis Joplin at the Saenger. What a stunning theater -- so much fun! Walked from our hotel straight up Canal.

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The saenger theatre is an amazing old theater right in the heart of New Orleans. They have a variety of great acts and shows come through. The historic design and detail in architecture is … The saenger theatre is an amazing old theater right in the heart of New Orleans. They have a variety of great acts and shows come through. The historic design and detail in architecture is phenomenal. One...

My Past stay at the La Salle, N'orlands

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80

Old South with Antiques, cage elevator, Coeds staying in shared shower rooms made the stay more youthful and fun. Every Thing you need and then some. Reasonable. unique. Very helpful and nice people. If it has mice it would not be suprising they come in on the boats
N'orlands is the only place where cats are allowed in the Kitchens....

Charming, Old World Hotel!

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I can't believe how mean people are. This hotel is so very charming. No, it's not a Hilton or a Hyatt. So you won't find a pool or a flat screen television, but it is clean affordable and full of...

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Lasalle Hotel is located at 1113 Canal St, New Orleans, LA. This business specializes in Hotels & Motels.

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Located just half a block from the French Quarter, Hotel La Salle is most likely the least expensive place to stay in this part of town. If you appreciate "bathrooms down the hall" savings then this is the place for you. The old fashioned lobby has high ceiling fans and a wooden lobby-desk, and is truly charming.

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