Soniat House

Soniat House

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1133 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70116 | (504) 522-0570, United States
Soniat House Hotel in New Orleans
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Price range
$$$$
Amenities
Free WiFi
Features
Traditional style

The combination of very traditional, almost rustic luxury accommodations and French Quarter setting distinguishes the Soniat House as one of New Orleans' most desirable hotels. Comprising three historic, Creole-style townhouses built in the 1830s by Joseph Soniat, the rooms promise a discreet tranquility that is delivered immediately as you walk into the gated tropical courtyard. Evenings can, and should, begin with a cocktail from the honor bar in the period parlor. Come morning, a breakfast consisting of cafe au lait, homemade Southern biscuits, and fresh preserves is served in the verdant courtyard or to your room by uniformed staff.

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