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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
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, the Bourbon Orleans Hotel offers custom-designed guest rooms and distinctive townhouse suites with incomparable views of the street life of the French Quarter, the picturesque rooftop skyline, or the tranquility of the inner courtyard overlooking the pool. Luxurious amenities and modern conveniences... more
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
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
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
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
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 past is present in the Dauphine Orleans Hotel, which boasts a history almost as old as the Crescent City itself. An unforgettable boutique hotel in the heart of the famous French Quarter, a palm-filled courtyard beckons you to relax in the shade or bask in the sun at poolside. Within its 19th century townhouse walls, you'll enjoy a serene... 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
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
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