Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Big Easy is one of our favorite destinations, and with good reason. The historic Gulf city boasts a rich culture full of Jazz, creole food, and plenty of good times. When we visit New Orleans, we love getting a taste of the town right at our hotel, and these lodging options offer enough to keep us busy before we even hit Bourbon Street! Join us as we take a look at some of favorite hotel amenities in the great city of New Orleans. What's the Big Easy without a little jazz? The Royal Sonesta is Bourbon Street’s swankiest hotel, and guests who want a certain New Orleans experience can take a balcony room and watch an eclectic parade of people go by at all hours. Live jazz and a hopping pool scene add appeal for weary business people who can’t wait to break out of their meetings.

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 The Big Easy is one of our favorite destinations, and with good reason. The historic Gulf city boasts a rich culture full of Jazz, creole food, and plenty of good times. When we visit New Orleans, we love getting a taste of the town right at our hotel, and these lodging options offer enough to keep us busy before we even hit Bourbon Street! Join us as we take a look at some of favorite hotel amenities in the great city of New Orleans.
What's the Big Easy without a little jazz? The Royal Sonesta is Bourbon Street’s swankiest hotel, and guests who want a certain New Orleans experience can take a balcony room and watch an eclectic parade of people go by at all hours. Live jazz and a hopping pool scene add appeal for weary business people who can’t wait to break out of their meetings.
The Big Easy is one of our favorite destinations, and with good reason. The historic Gulf city boasts a rich culture full of Jazz, creole food, and plenty of good times. When we visit New Orleans, we love getting a taste of the town right at our hotel, and these lodging options offer enough to keep us busy before we even hit Bourbon Street! Join us as we take a look at some of favorite hotel amenities in the great city of New Orleans.
What's the Big Easy without a little jazz? The Royal Sonesta is Bourbon Street’s swankiest hotel, and guests who want a certain New Orleans experience can take a balcony room and watch an eclectic parade of people go by at all hours. Live jazz and a hopping pool scene add appeal for weary business people who can’t wait to break out of their meetings. The Hilton New Orleans Riverside bills itself as a conference center for business travelers, but it feels more like a resort with its riverfront location and fantastic lineup of options for recreation, including indoor tennis courts, personal training, and Pilates classes (easily the most inclusive fitness offerings of any hotel in the city). The 600-room French Quarter hotel has made literary history and cocktail history, but it's no museum piece. Modern touches like the heated rooftop pool and spa draw in celebs and Mardi Gras crowds alike, but the up-to-date gym with stunning city views is also a major perk. A slate of business amenities, like an Executive Club Lounge, courier service, and on-site foreign currency exchange, make this Central Business District chain hotel a draw for corporate travelers. But the rooftop pool keeps them coming back. Trendsetters and celebs stay at the International House Hotel for its quietly sexy vibe, attentive staff, and posh rooms designed by a top L.A. designer. Guests of the Penthouse Suite even get their own private terrace that looks our over the city and the water. The Hotel Mazarin (formerly known as the St. Louis Hotel) is an upper-mid-range boutique in the heart of the French Quarter. The hotel even has one of New Orleans' most luxurious courtyards. This nice mid-range hotel in the Central Business District, a block from the Charles streetcar line, has more history and character than your typical chain. Wyndham has made graceful use of the city’s first Whitney Bank branch, built around 1890, by preserving much of the old bank’s lobby and even restoring its vintage vault as a private dining room. The Hotel Mazarin (formerly known as the St. Louis Hotel) is an upper-mid-range boutique in the heart of the French Quarter. The hotel even has one of New Orleans' most luxurious courtyards. Loft 523 is the platinum standard of New Orleans’ boutique hotels, ushering in sleek, industrial decor (no fussy florals here) in spacious lofted rooms with large, luxurious baths. Partiers will appreciate that hip nightclub Le Phare is attached to the hotel, though room noise levels are louder during club hours. Straddling two busy French Quarter streets, the historic Bienville House is as an urban oasis, with tropical rooftop terraces and a soothing courtyard. The Bienville even offers an attractive heated saltwater swimming pool with a tinkling fountain and lots of green plants in the courtyard.
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