All guests enjoy complimentary access to the fitness center, lap pool, whirlpool, and dry sauna.
Wine Spectator magazine bestowed its award of excellence on the hotel’s Café Adelaide for its scrumptious Creole fare. Stop by for New Orleans beignets for breakfast or the shrimp-on-shrimp grits for dinner.
Each of the guest rooms offers fantastic views of the city skyline, Mississippi River, or French Quarter.
New Orleans's French Quarter: Let the Good Times Roll
Some folks think there is something distinctly foreign about New Orleans, a place where people’s priorities seem inclined toward enjoying life and relishing the moment at hand. Nothing says it better than the town’s unofficial Cajun creed: Laissez les bons temp rouler, or "Let the good times roll."
Historical buildings with intricate wrought-iron balconies line the narrow streets of the New Orleans French Quarter. Here, street musicians often fill the air with jazz music, their trombones and tubas swinging back and forth. Just off Jackson Square and near the towering St. Louis Cathedral, the legendary Café Du Monde serves beignets under heaping piles of powdered sugar, as well as cups of iced or steaming café au lait.
And then there's Bourbon Street, where neon lights advertise frozen cocktails and crowds gather along 13 city blocks. The nearby Frenchmen Street, just north of the Quarter, provides a slightly less touristy taste of New Orleans nightlife. Some of the city’s most popular live jazz and blues bars dominate this historic two-block district, with each venue hosting world-class musicians nearly every night of the week. Jazz fills the air at the Spotted Cat Music Club, where a sign warns that both drinks and drunks are barred from the piano—but like all rules in New Orleans, it's one that's bound to get bent from time to time.