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At The Frenchmen Hotel, Old World charm, modern conveniences, personal attention and small size blend together to create a most memorable and enjoyable visit. Located at the French Quarter, the Hotel is adjacent to many of the world's finest restaurants, hot night spots, exquisite shopping, casinos, river boats, museums and historical landmarks.... more
Experience the Grand Victorian, designed and built in 1893 by famed New Orleans architect Thomas Sully. Lovingly brought back to its former glory and decorated with period furnishing, the Grand Victorian welcomes you to a majestic past within the comfort and convenience of a modern bed and breakfast establishment.... 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
Centrally located in the heart of the historic FrenchQuarter, the St. Ann Marie Antoinette offers the elegance and charm of a fine French Quarter residence just 1/2 block from Bourbon and Royal Streets. A small, family owned hotel, the newly redecorated guest rooms off charming individuality and many feature private balconies overlooking the... more
The Hotel Ste. Helene is perfectly located in the New Orleans French Quarter, 1-1/2 blocks from Jackson Square, two blocks from Bourbon Street, and two blocks from the riverboat docks. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Landmarks, the Hotel Ste. Helene embraces true 18th Century French Quarter Charm.... more
A double townhouse built in 1849, the historic Seger-Rees House, has been described by the National Trust Guide to New Orleans as Chaste in its Greek Revival style, it is the finest example of the style to survive the fire of 1895. Elegant suites, off street parking and a swimming pool, make this a tranquil, out of the mainstream place to stay... 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 historic Rue Dumaine Guesthouse offers luxury suites in a convenient setting. Five of the world's truly gourmet restaurants are located within easy walking distance, a one block stroll will immerse you in some of the finest antique shopping in the world and two blocks will take you to Bourbon Street.... more
Maison de Ville is located in the heart of the French Quarter. The high-ceiling rooms in the main house are furnished with antiques. The historic Audubon Cottages with private courtyards, are clustered around a pristine swimming pool. Each morning you are greeted with a continental breakfast. Complimentary evening port and sherry is served in the... more
The New Orleans Bienville House Hotel has recently completed a multi-million dollar lobby-to-rooftop renovation. The historic 83-room boutique hotel, features four sundecks, indoor valet parking, access to fitness center, a romantic tropical flagstone courtyard and pool and other such amenities. Each luxurious guest room and suite has been... 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
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
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