On the city's most fashionable corner of the French Quarter where St. Louis Street meets Royal Street. Within steps of Bourbon Street, Jackson Square and the Natchez Riverboat steamer, this is the location that visitors to the city prefer.
Covering a full city block between Chartres and Royal Streets, and facing the imposing facade of the Supreme Court Building, the Hotel has won many awards, including the coveted Vieux Carre Honor award for historic restoration. Elegant medium size lobby with antique crystal chandeliers, a casually elegant atmosphere, and a white marble promenade the length of the building create a feeling of intimacy not found in today's contemporary hotels. Bevelled and arched glass windows, shiny brass and warm rich colours have become a trademark of the hotel. When in New Orleans, you'll want to stay in a hotel that makes you feel like you're there. Location is the most important thing in selecting a hotel, and the location is the most impressive attribute of the hotel. This historic property has maintained a four-diamond rating for 45 years and continues the tradition of excellent service of its predecessor.