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Top 10 Best Hotels In New Orleans
New Orleans is one of the most fascinating tourist destinations in the world. Of course, their world- renowned Mardi Gras has been going on for decades and let’s not forget their cajun cuisine is unmatched! But here’s a list of the ten best hotels in New Orleans in case you need to make a return visit in true Louisiana fashion.
1. Hotel Peter & Paul
Hotel Peter & Paul was built in the 19th century and it was once a church, a rectory, and even a convent. The hotel opened in 2019 and it consists of 71 rooms of beautiful vintage decor. The prices start from $155 a night and up.
2. The Chloe
The Chloe is a Victorian-era hotel that consists of 14 rooms. Transport yourself into the 18th century on your next visit to the NOLA. Prices start at $343.
3. Maison de la Luz
Experience luxury and southern charm at the Maison de la Luz. Make sure to visit their blue-toned Breakfast Room. Prices start at $459.
4. Hotel Monteleone
Hotel Monteleone was opened in 1886 and is one of the oldest hotels in New Orleans and has 578 rooms. Prices start from $289.
5. Le Pavillon Hotel
Le Pavillion Hotel is all about its extraordinary designs. The rooms are pleasing and the ambiance is also welcoming. Get your own customized cocktails at their in-house restaurant and bar. Night prices start from $214.
6. The Higgins Hotel
The Higgins Hotel is a property of The National WWII Museum. Because of its location, the hotel gives access to explore the whole city. At the same time, Higgins Hotel owns one of the best rooftops in town.
7. Pontchartrain Hotel
Pontchartrain Hotel was built in the 1940s. Home to the famous Jack Rose restaurant as well as their popular rooftop bar Hot Tin, the Pontchartrain Hotel provides all things “New Orleans”. Great jazz band, amazing food, and top notch drinks.
8. Hotel Maison de Ville
Hotel Maison de Ville is one of the oldest buildings in town. Located in the famous French Quarter, it consists of only 14 luxury rooms. Prices start at $100 a night.
9. Windsor Court Hotel
Committed to classic luxury a recent $15 million renovation to the property and it’s 316 guest rooms and suites. Each of the rooms offer private balconies or bay windows with views of the New Orleans skyline or the Mississippi River. The hotel offers afternoon tea to weekend brunch, a classic cocktail lounge featuring a live jazz band, a 65-foot saltwater pool with a cabana-style bar, and a full-service, luxury spa.
10. Hotel Saint Vincent
Hotel Saint Vincent consists of 75 rooms and is a new addition to the chain of hotels in New Orleans. Customers boast that Saint Vincent is their favorite hotel to return to on their trips to New Orleans.