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Built in 1865, the McKendrick-Breaux House is a three story Greek Revival home located in New Orleans Lower Garden District. Its spacious, antique filled rooms and parlors mix period furniture with works by local artists. The location is perfect for exploring the city and fresh flowers always await you in your beautifully decorated room.... more
Celebrated New Orleans artist and collector Jana Napoli rescued a stately 150 year old Greek Revival townhouse in the heart of New Orleans' Arts District and transformed it into a home for two art galleries, including the world-famous YA/YA gallery, as well as the Bed & Breakfast that Conde Nast Traveler called "a perfect symbol of the seductive... more
The blend of colorful styles at Loews New Orleans Hotel creates a spectacular New Orleans vacation. Rising above the French Quarter, the Mississippi River and downtown New Orleans, Loews New Orleans Hotel offers 285 oversized suites – including the Grand Luxury Suite, the largest in New Orleans – along with a fitness center and the onsite... more
Surrounded by a unique and intricate 140 year-old "cornstalk" cast iron fence, the Cornstalk Hotel is small but elegant National Register Hotel in the Heart of the French Quarter. In perhaps the most distinctive and most photographed of the small inns of the French Quarter, you will have a unique experience of Victorian charm in the Vieux Carre'.... more
The W New Orleans is located only a few blocks from the lively French Quarter where you'll find a plethora of restaurants, museums, and entertainment options. Eat, drink, and be merry as you explore this vibrant and exciting area of New Orleans. If you're traveling for business, you'll find the hotel is only minutes from many corporate offices and... 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
Strictly Bohemian, La Dauphine, Residence des Artistes is by its own description a "very laid back guest house". The century old Victorian, just four blocks from the French Quarter and located in the artsy Faubourg Marigny area, is owned by an artist/travel writer who is a native of New Orleans. With guests from all over the world, many who... more
Ideally located adjacent to the French Quarter in the Central Business District, The Pelham Hotel, a European style historic landmark, offers 60 classically appointed guest rooms featuring fine antiques,marble baths, terry robes, and English soaps and amenities. Experience an intimate hotel steeped in tradition where grace, taste and manner create... more
At Lamothe House drive down beautiful oak lined Esplanade Avenue to elegant lodging that will make you feel as though you're a French aristocrat in the Victorain era. Stroll through their grand entrance and immerse yourself in 1800's furnishings; five foot golden candle sticks, console tables, pier mirrors, Victorian couches, and period paintings.... more
Located on the Mississippi River between the historic cities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Oak Alley Plantation has been called the "Grande Dame" of the Great River Road. A canopy of giant live oak trees, believed to be nearly 300 years old, forms an impressive avenue leading to the classic Greek-revival style antebellum home. ... more
The Rose Manor has the elegance and decor of an English country house, but is situated near the Southern Yacht Club and a 10 minute drive from the New Orleans French Quarter. Rose Manor guests have complimentary VIP Guest Passes to the West End Tennis Club, a well equipped fitness facility.... more
Located on historic St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans' beautiful Garden District, the 1851 Inn offers a unique lodging experience. The Inn features a breath-taking Rococo Revival parlor, soaring stained glass windows dating to the original construction, a romantic St. Charles Avenue balcony shaded by a massive live oak tree and charming use of... more
The legendary Roosevelt Hotel returns to New Orleans, renovated forward and back to a storied past. The Roosevelt New Orleans was a favorite of luminaries including Bob Hope, Louis Armstrong and Jack Benny. Today, it's a premiere luxury New Orleans hotel with all the ambiance of one of the South's original grand hotels. Each of its 504 rooms and... more