Chic New Orleans Hotel near French Quarter
The forest-green St. Charles streetcar, one of the world's oldest continuously operating transit vehicles of its kind, still rumbles down the street outside the Royal St. Charles Hotel, located just a block away from the historic French Quarter. The contemporary boutique hotel is chic and convenient, providing easy access both to the old-school New Orleans of streetcars and jazz joints and to the hard-partying New Orleans of bawdy, boozy Bourbon Street.
The hotel's guest rooms are decorated with bold colors and original artwork. In the morning, you can pop into PJ's Coffee & Café in the lobby for a pastry or pick-me-up. Other onsite amenities include a brand-new fitness center. A concierge is on hand to help you plan forays into the French Quarter or Harrah’s New Orleans casino, both of which are within walking distance. There’s a streetcar stop in front of the hotel if you’d like to travel farther.
New Orleans: Southern Melting Pot with Great Food, Music, and Cultural Landmarks
The unofficial motto of New Orleans is "laissez les bons temps rouler," a Cajun French phrase that translates roughly to "let the good times roll." This rowdy Southern metropolis is a cultural feast that engages each of the senses. Meals in particular are events. The flavors and aromas of French, American, and Caribbean cuisines blend harmoniously at the city's many bistros, greasy spoons, and fine-dining restaurants.
Each New Orleans neighborhood has a distinct flair: on Frenchmen Street, live-music venues overflow with the sounds of jazz, blues, and reggae. The French Quarter's wild nightlife attracts revelers into the wee hours. And in the genteel Garden District, Greek Revival and Italianate homes stand alongside antique shops, restaurants, and spacious gardens.
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