The culturally elegant city New Orleans has been the home for some amazing luxury hotels in the region. The warm hospitality, excellent downtown, and booming industrial scene attract tourists and business people alike. Apart from well-equipped hotels, New Orleans also has some fantastic independent properties which transformed into accommodation spaces. The French Quarter is one area where lot of luxurious hotels exist in gleam. The rich history of New Orleans also attracts people all over the world. We bring you the list of 10 most luxurious hotels in New Orleans:
- Hotel Peter and Paul.
2317 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70117, United States
Heavy mint-green doors, foyer smells of gardenias- This hotel is bright and colorful and also has a beautiful aura of its own. It actually offers old-school comfort blended with contemporary facilities. In the city of sensory overload, Peter and Paul is like a welcome change and is also a bit austere. The Elysian Bar serves a wide range of homegrown wine as well.
- Audobon Cottages.
509 Dauphine St, New Orleans, LA 70112, United States
These 18th century Creole cottages are located around a swimming pool is a quiet stretch of French Quarter. It boasts of giving solitude in the midst of the city’s noisy roads. The cottages here are some of the oldest buildings in the city and retain the old-school charm. The sense of privacy which the guest can get here is unmatched.
- Henry Howard Hotel.
2041 Prytania St, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States
Named after the architectural hero, this hotel has a magnetic charm. Though it is a relatively new property, the comfort levels of the rooms here is quite mesmerizing. The front parlor, along with Italian-inspired detailing with decadent gold trim is appealing.
- Pontchartrain Hotel New Orleans.
2031 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States
The timeless elegance hasn’t changed a bit since its inception in the 1940s. The lobby comprises of crimson and emerald tones and has stunningly analog elevators, gilded mirrors, and gold leaf accents. To get majestic views of the city, head to the rooftop bar, Hot Tin. This bar is always occupied either with the guests or the locals alike.
- The Old no. 77 Hotel, and Chandlery.
535 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States
An independent boutique hotel is a converted warehouse- which is a rare feat. Marked by a pleasing retro sign , the Old no.77 has great brickwork, and dark wood floors that still feel the run of the mills even now. Thoughtful lighting, magical lobby area and rotating exhibitions elevate the overall look of the hotel.
- The Eliza Jane In The Unbound Collection By Hyatt.
315 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States
A former printing space, The Eliza Jane has unmistakable charm and industrial modesty. But after entering the lobby, one encounters bold European look with rustic colors and tiled floors. The rooms here emanate a village-like charm but in the midst of excellent facilities and state-of-the art technology.
- Ace Hotel New Orleans.
600 Carondelet St, New Orleans, LA 70130, United States
If you love everything fashionable and hip, Ace Hotel offers it all. Being relatively new compared to other signature old-school hotels in the area, the exteriors of the hotel are surprisingly nondescript. However, the interiors of the hotel have an art décor vibe. The live music venue 3 Keys on the rooftop attracts the best crowds of the city.
- Soniat House Hotel.
1133 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70116, United States
From the outward look, Soniat looks more like a mansion with regal aura. The pretty green shutters and intricate ironwork oozes great charm. The 31 rooms here are set around a lush 19th century courtyard filled with period antiques, wooden canopy beds, and original artwork. The hotel doesn’t have in-house restaurant but warm biscuits are delivered to the guest’s doorstep every morning.
- Catahoula Hotel.
914 Union St, New Orleans, LA 70112, United States
Because there are not much 19th century townhouses in the place where Catahoula is located, this place stands out instantly. However, the interiors are unmistakably modern with contemporary art, black and white flooring and the lobby pisco bar attracts a young and energetic crowd which loves to booze.
- Lamothe House Hotel.
621 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116, United States
The façade of this hotel is in salmon-pink which is quite stunning instantly Located just outside the French Quarter, the hotel has Corinthian columns, chandeliers, and hallways lined with oil-paintings, the hotel looks quite historically elegant. One can easily feel detached from modern world by staying in here.
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