Hotels in New Orleans

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If you’re weighing where to stay in New Orleans, know that the city boasts the upscale business and convention center hotels that you’d expect from a... Read More

If you’re weighing where to stay in New Orleans, know that the city boasts the upscale business and convention center hotels that you’d expect from a modern metropolis, such as the modern Ritz-Carlton that looks out over Canal Street. New additions to the Central Business District such as the Ace Hotel and the Old 77 Hotel and Chandlery are attracting younger, more artistic guests. However, the joy of some of the best hotels in New Orleans lies in the historic properties, some of which have been run by the same family for generations, like the Hotel Monteleone on Royal Street. Each property has its own sense of place, from the chic W French Quarter to the discreetly luxurious Soniat House, and you’re likely to find your own slice of the city’s history no matter where you stay.

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  • Maison de Ville Hotel in New Orleans Courtesy of Hotel Maison de Ville
    Hotel Maison de Ville

    This historic, 18th-century French Quarter property was an exclusive retreat in the 1950s and 1960s, with Liz Taylor among the A-list patrons. After a... Read More

  • Mazarin Hotel in New Orleans Courtesy of Hotel Mazarin
    Hotel Mazarin

    The 102 rooms of this charismatic French Quarter property surround an impressive modern courtyard, regularly abuzz with a function or wedding.... Read More

  • Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans

    Courtesy of Hotel Monteleone/Paul Broussard

    Hotel Monteleone

    The romance of NOLA's bygone eras prevails in the historic Hotel Montelone's white marble lobby, where the chimes of a 1909 hand-carved mahogany... Read More

  • International House Hotel in New Orleans Courtesy of International House
    International House

    Designed in a style more reminiscent of New York boutique hotels, the International House Hotel lies ideally between the French Quarter and the Central... Read More

  • Le Meridien New Orleans Hotel Courtesy of Le Meridien New Orleans
    Le Méridien New Orleans

    Starwood spent $29 million transforming this towering Poydras Street property from its W brand to the more conservative but similarly luxurious Méridien... Read More

  • Ritz-Carlton New Orleans Hotel Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton
    Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans

    Looming on a majestic city block (the site of a former famous department store), the Ritz-Carlton unsurprisingly rubs shoulders—almost literally—with... Read More

  • Royal Sonesta New Orleans Hotel Royal Sonesta New Orleans/Thomas Watkins
    Royal Sonesta New Orleans

    There are few elegant landmarks on otherwise gaudy and bawdy Bourbon Street, but this 483-room modern hotel stands out as one of them. Stepping into the... Read More

  • Soniat House Hotel in New Orleans Courtesy of Soniat House
    Soniat House

    The combination of very traditional, almost rustic luxury accommodations and French Quarter setting distinguishes the Soniat House as one of New Orleans... Read More

  • The Old 77 Hotel and Chandlery in New Orleans Courtesy of The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery
    The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

    This renovated 19th-century warehouse has been transformed with creative aplomb, opening in 2015 and showcasing local artists amid the rustic original... Read More

  • The Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel Courtesy of The Roosevelt New Orleans
    The Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans

    One of the Grandes Dames of the city's hotel portfolio, this swanky property has an eventful and proud history, the visual aspects of which have been... Read More

  • Ace Hotel in New Orleans Simon Watson
    Ace Hotel New Orleans

    Another hotel that's making the CBD/Arts/Warehouse District more attractive is this none-more-hip chain, bringing its urban glam to NOLA. In-room... Read More

  • The Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans Courtesy of Windsor Court Hotel/Marco Ricca
    Windsor Court Hotel

    The 316-room Windsor Court is sitting pretty after a $22 million restoration that added a distinctly French allure to the classic English-inspired... Read More

  • W French Quarter Hotel in New Orleans

    Courtesy of W French Quarter

    W New Orleans - French Quarter

    Chain hotels can often sacrifice a sense of place, but not so with this scaled-down version of the trendy Starwood brand. It's an updated French Quarter... Read More

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