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New Orleans is Home to Some of the World's Finest Hotels

Many of these hotels are in the heart of the French Quarter. You’ll also find many mid-scale and boutique places suitable for almost any price range. There are many fabulous places along the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line, so you don’t need to stay in the Quarter if you don’t want to. The downtown streetcar stop is just a few blocks from the Quarter.

The Hotel Monteleone

   A world-renowned, with old-style, European elegance, it’s been said that the French Quarter begins in the lobby of Hotel Monteleone.

   This venerable New Orleans hotel sits majestically at the foot of Royal Street and offers valet parking with two garages. Guests have the best point of departure for all things New Orleans.

   One of the last great family-owned hotels in the city.

The Omni Orleans

   Omni Royal Orleans offers graceful elegance in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter.   

   Located at the fashionable intersection of St. Louis and Royal streets, it has received the Four Diamond luxury award for the past 31 years.

   This luxury hotel incorporates modern amenities with a classic design inspired by the liveliness of the culture of New Orleans so that you can experience the spirit of The Crescent City.

Royal Sonesta

    Located on world-famous Bourbon Street, The Royal Sonesta New Orleans effortlessly combines timeless elegance and southern refinement, setting itself apart from other French Quarter hotels.

    Experience authentic hospitality, excellent food, wrought-iron balconies, and a lush courtyard. 

   The perfect place if you want to be right in the heart of the goings on in the French Quarter.

The Bourbon Orleans

    A hotel with character in abundance and personality to spare. A beautiful iconic landmark that captures the exciting energy and rich history of its fascinating neighbors. You can’t help but feel their gracious Southern hospitality, it’s woven deep into the fabric of the place.

    Walking their halls and exploring the rooms it’s easy to imagine the hotel when it was the gathering place for Creole society. Or be reminded of the visitors that have never left.  


Ritz Carlton

    Within New Orleans’ French Quarter on Canal Street, this four-star hotel honors the city through its services and décor.

    Housed in the historic Beaux Arts Maison Blanche building from 1908, the hotel pairs southern charm with boutique luxury.

   Local traditions inform signature spa treatments, chefs share their secrets to the perfect gumbo every afternoon and live jazz fills the Davenport Lounge Wednesday to Saturday evenings.

    This hotel matches the elegance, grace and superb quality of its namesake in New York City. From the rooms to relaxing and dining everything is first class.


Hotel Provincial

   In a city distinguished internationally for the charm and hospitality of its venerable French Quarter, there exists a secluded, intimate hotel that offers its guests yet another dimension to the Vieux Carre experience.

   The Hotel Provincial, although conveniently located near all the desirable historic and tourist attractions of downtown New Orleans, also offers its visitors the serenity and unique style reserved for the private, residential section of the French Quarter.

Chateau LeMoyne

   Named for the founder of New Orleans, Jean Baptiste LeMoyne de Bienville, the original building was built in 1847, and designed by famed architect James Gallier. Gallier designed many of the Crescent City’s most impressive structures including Gallier Hall, St. Patrick’s Church and the Pontalba buildings.

    A beloved boutique hotel, this is actually a Holiday Inn, and although a budget hotel, it has excellent amenities that include a charming pool and lovely courtyard.

Windsor Court

   A beautiful, rich hotel two blocks across Canal Street from the French Quarter the award-winning Windsor Court is in a class all its own. It has a decidedly English style about it, even to the afternoon tea that is very popular.

   A recent renovation has made this hotel even more elegant than before. It’s beautiful lobby with wonderful artwork and bar/pub on the second floor is worth a visit even if you are not staying there.

The Roosevelt

    A name that is recognized worldwide for its grandeur and luxury, The Roosevelt New Orleans has a proud history of delivering impeccable service tailored to each and every guest. A legacy that lives on today, over 125 years after the hotel’s opening.

   The hotel is renowned for its wonderful Sazerac Bar and its intimate Blue Room where many a world-famous entertainer have performed.

   It consistently garners accolades and awards. CNN put it in the top 15 hotels in the world for the holidays!


The Pontchartrain

   A GARDEN DISTRICT GEM: The legendary Pontchartrain Hotel reclaims its place as the ne plus ultra classic New Orleans hotel.

   Located in the Garden District of New Orleans, adjacent to its charming streetcar route, the Pontchartrain Hotel is a one-of-a-kind full service luxury New Orleans hotel.

   This historic circa-1927, 14-story architectural gem, provides modern luxurious amenities, minutes away convenience, and old school home away from home attention to all your needs.

The Columns

The Columns has been part of New Orleans long enough that it’s become a landmark in its own right. You don’t need to say the address when everybody knows the name. Overlooking St. Charles Avenue, with its stately magnolia trees and streetcar line, the Columns is an easygoing walk from other historic mansions in the district.

   Recently restored to its former glory the decor reflects its original elegant old-world style and makes you feel as if you’ve stepped into an earlier time. It also has a place in film history.

The Chloe

   One of New Orleans newest hotels along the famed St. Charles Avenue.

    Inspired by the rich history and creative culture of New Orleans, The Chloe is a renovated 19th-century mansion turned boutique hotel.   

   Just steps from the stunning Garden District, their central location invites guests to enjoy a local’s side of NOLA, while creating an inviting oasis for locals, themselves.

Parkview Guest House

The Park View, where timeless elegance joins southern hospitality to make your stay unforgettable!

   The Park View Historic Hotel is located on St. Charles Avenue, overlooking Audubon Park.

   Built in 1884 to welcome guests to the famed World International and Cotton Exposition, the Park View is listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks.

More Hotels

Listed above are some of the most beautiful and award-winning hotels in New Orleans and some of the most popular.

   Of course, there are numerous hotels all throughout the city, large, small, boutique and B&Bs, you are sure to find one to suit your fancy. is one of your best ways to find what you are looking for at prices that are suitable for your budget.

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