The Bourbon Orleans Hotel has many stories to tell, sitting on the site of both the grand old Orleans Theater and Ballroom, and a former convent. Restored in the 1960s in the Creole style of the French Quarter, the Bourbon’s rooms are all unique. From the gilded hangings of the ballroom and meeting halls to the Provencal furnishings of the Governor’s Suite, the grandeur of Old Louisiana is everywhere guests look.
The Roosevelt New Orleans is an iconic New Orleans luxury hotel offers an unparalleled combination of Southern hospitality, world-class service and historic surroundings. This hotel near the French Quarter is within walking distance to the city’s most vibrant attractions and entertainment, including Jackson Square, Bourbon Street and the Arts & Warehouse District. The luxury hotel offers guests expansive rooms and suites, destination dining experiences and absolute tranquility at the Waldorf Astoria Spa.
Welcome to New Orleans. Here, in this little corner of the American South, where European traditions blend with Caribbean influences, the history is as colorful as the local architecture; the food is the stuff of legend. Haitian and African Creoles developed an exotic, spicy cuisine and were instrumental in creating jazz and Zydeco.
New Orleans is one of the world’s most fascinating cities. Steeped in a history of influences from Europe, the Caribbean, Africa and beyond, it’s home to a truly unique melting pot of culture, food and music.
The epicentre of New Orleans high society and its richest architectural heritage, the Garden District was a vast plantation in the 1700s. Over time it was split into smaller parcels, and in the 19th century, well-endowed Anglo residents , whose wealth came from the city’s busy shipping trade, built massive mansions.
Creating flavorful memories from around the globe. John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, was British first lord of the Admiralty during the American Revolution. He’s also the guy who invented the sandwich. After sitting at a gambling table for 24 hours straight, he sustained himself with only a piece of beef between two slices of toasted bread. And …
Immerse yourself in New Orleans history at our luxury hotel on the edge of the French Quarter. Set within the historic 1908 Beaux Arts Maison Blanche building, The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans retains the grace and charm of an antebellum mansion.
The Hotel Modern New Orleans has an immediately welcoming feel; with no check-in desk, guests are greeted with complimentary drinks in the lobby lounge and escorted to their rooms just as if they were staying at a friend’s guesthouse.