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Recognized as a Bed & Breakfast of the Year by the city of New Orleans, the Parkview Marigny offers elegance and convenience. Bordering on Washington Square Park, Parkview is two blocks from the French Quarter, and one block from the many restaurants and music clubs of Frenchmen Street.... more
The Courtyards Bed & Breakfast, located adjacent to the historic French Quarter in the Faubourg Marigny, offers a taste of old New Orleans with a Caribbean twist. The Bed & Breakfast is a collection of three 19th century buildings connected by courtyards. All rooms have been decorated with meticulous detail and most open on a private courtyard.... more
The elegant Sully Mansion, the only inn the Garden District and designed by renowned architect Thomas Sully in 1890, is the most intact of the few remaining "Sullys" in New Orleans. Original stained-glass windows, ornate ceiling medallions, a grand stairway, and 14-foot-high covered ceilings are just a few of the features of this rare Queen... more
Located at the highest point of the Historic Esplanade Ridge District in New Orleans, the richly appointed Wisteria Inn features lushly landscaped private grounds that includes wisteria, pear, banana and pecan trees, a private deck, a pond and verandah. Guests of Inn are only minutes away from The French Quarter, The Riverwalk and many other... more
Hotel Maison de Ville, meaning townhouse in French, is a historic hotel located right in the heart of New Orleans' famed French Quarter district. This three-story building was rebuilt by Jean Baptiste Lilie Sarpy in 1783 (following a couple devastating fires), in what was at the time the center of the city. The main building of this boutique hotel... more
Since 1886, the Hotel Monteleone has proudly stood as one of the first landmarks you encounter in the French Quarter. And now, after a multi-million dollar refurbishment, the Hotel Monteleone sparkles anew as one of the glowing symbols of the French Quarter! The Hotel Monteleone has long been the home to some of the city's, and the world's, most... more
The location of Pelican Roost offers the best of both worlds: convenient to all of New Orleans' major tourist attractions yet secluded on a quiet residential street half a block from the Mississippi River. Take the free ferry and walk to Bourbon Street and the sites of New Orleans. The bright yellows, soft blues and bursts of color makes Pelican... more
Located on Grand Isle, officially Louisiana's only inhabited barrier island, Landry House, a three bedroom guest home surrounded by 200 year old oak trees, offers a charming getaway. This three-bedroom house, originally built in 1931 by Hamilton and Olivia Landry, is filled with charming details from antiques to plush feather beds.... more
Bay Tree Plantation is situated on the historic Mississippi River Road between New Orleans and Baton Rouge in Vacherie, Louisiana. Once a large sugar cane plantation, the property consists today of four river-front acres featuring the Creole cottage, the Rene' House and a private cottage that was once a doctor's office. The lodging is elegant.... more
Located in Metairie's upscale business district, the Sheraton Metairie New Orleans offers guests luxurious accommodations and a helpful staff. The Sheraton Metairie is an ideal destination for both business travelers and vacationers to the New Orleans area. The hotel is close to many corporate offices as well as local attractions including the... more
Maison Perrier, once a New Orleans "Gentleman's Club" where a Mrs. Moore lived with her an unusually large number of "nieces" and entertained until all hours, had become a respectable painted lady. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Maison Perrier is located in the Uptown/Garden District area of the city. The rooms are still... more
Enjoy lazy afternoons in the French Quarter. Experience the creative infusion of her Arts District. Take a romantic trip upon the timeless St. Charles streetcar line. No matter what corner of New Orleans you want to explore, there is a New Orleans Fine Hotel ideal for your next visit.... more