Loews New Orleans Hotel
Located just three blocks from the French Quarter, the Loews New Orleans Hotel is housed in a remodeled office building with a modern, locally inspired design. The lobby is decorated with colored glass panels and a large chandelier, while the 285 guestrooms include local photography, granite-and-wood vanities, and neutral-toned furnishings with bright red or blue accents. The rooms also have large windows overlooking the French Quarter, Mississippi River, or downtown skyline. Owned by the Commander’s Palace restaurant group, Café Adelaide serves inventive Creole dishes like shrimp and roasted tomato grits, paired with handmade cocktails from the Swizzle Stick Bar.