Hotel Monteleone Rating: 4.0 Pearls

New Orleans is known for some pretty epic parties, topped of course with Mardi Gras celebrations throughout the city and the historic French Quarter district every year. But some hotels keep the wild times going all year long. For the best places in the French Quarter to get your freak on, take a look at some of these awesome party hotels in the Vieux Carré, and just maybe you'll get to take home some beads yourself! The 600-room French Quarter hotel has made literary history and cocktail history, but it's no museum piece. Perched high above the French Quarter, the Hotel Monteleone sign has been a beacon for lost travelers since 1886. But there’s nothing drowsy about the Monteleone. It’s one of the city’s most vibrant hotels, hosting drink enthusiasts from all over the world every July for Tales of the Cocktail, which is headquartered at the hotel. The Monteleone also crackles with conference-goers, who make use of the hotel’s capable meeting staff and roomy facilities. Also notable is the Monteleone's legendary Carousel Bar, which is dressed as a kids’ ride that slow-spins cocktail drinkers past a bank of windows facing Royal Street. Make sure to ask for the hotel’s signature Monteleone Cocktail, a citrus-spiked whiskey. While you’re spinning, look for celebrities like Dennis Quaid and Michael Jordan, who have been spotted here.

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 New Orleans is known for some pretty epic parties, topped of course with Mardi Gras celebrations throughout the city and the historic French Quarter district every year. But some hotels keep the wild times going all year long. For the best places in the French Quarter to get your freak on, take a look at some of these awesome party hotels in the Vieux Carré, and just maybe you'll get to take home some beads yourself! The 600-room French Quarter hotel has made literary history and cocktail history, but it's no museum piece. Perched high above the French Quarter, the Hotel Monteleone sign has been a beacon for lost travelers since 1886. But there’s nothing drowsy about the Monteleone. It’s one of the city’s most vibrant hotels, hosting drink enthusiasts from all over the world every July for Tales of the Cocktail, which is headquartered at the hotel. The Monteleone also crackles with conference-goers, who make use of the hotel’s capable meeting staff and roomy facilities. Also notable is the Monteleone's legendary Carousel Bar, which is dressed as a kids’ ride that slow-spins cocktail drinkers past a bank of windows facing Royal Street. Make sure to ask for the hotel’s signature Monteleone Cocktail, a citrus-spiked whiskey. While you’re spinning, look for celebrities like Dennis Quaid and Michael Jordan, who have been spotted here.
New Orleans is known for some pretty epic parties, topped of course with Mardi Gras celebrations throughout the city and the historic French Quarter district every year. But some hotels keep the wild times going all year long. For the best places in the French Quarter to get your freak on, take a look at some of these awesome party hotels in the Vieux Carré, and just maybe you'll get to take home some beads yourself! The 600-room French Quarter hotel has made literary history and cocktail history, but it's no museum piece. Perched high above the French Quarter, the Hotel Monteleone sign has been a beacon for lost travelers since 1886. But there’s nothing drowsy about the Monteleone. It’s one of the city’s most vibrant hotels, hosting drink enthusiasts from all over the world every July for Tales of the Cocktail, which is headquartered at the hotel. The Monteleone also crackles with conference-goers, who make use of the hotel’s capable meeting staff and roomy facilities. Also notable is the Monteleone's legendary Carousel Bar, which is dressed as a kids’ ride that slow-spins cocktail drinkers past a bank of windows facing Royal Street. Make sure to ask for the hotel’s signature Monteleone Cocktail, a citrus-spiked whiskey. While you’re spinning, look for celebrities like Dennis Quaid and Michael Jordan, who have been spotted here. The Royal Sonesta fronts one of the world’s most notorious streets on Bourbon Street. It's one of the French Quarter's swankiest hotel, and guests can customize it to their level of party pleasure with a virtual concierge that lets you make restaurant or tour reservations online, ahead of your visit, or stage amenities to be in your room on arrival. These selections include Mardi Gras mask and beads, local Abita beers, and house-made pralines (!!!). Also on-site is live jazz (and cocktails, of course) at Irvin Mayfield’s Jazz Playhouse . The Mazarin has great potential, with a prime location straddling the bars of Bourbon Street and the hushed art galleries on Royal in the heart of the French Quarter. The on-site wine bar has a wonderful selection of wines from around the world, and is popular with locals and tourists alike. The Inn on Bourbon sits in the liveliest heart of the French Quarter, directly on Bourbon Street and within walking distance of streetcars, the Mississippi River and its riverboats, Harrah’s Casino, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, the Insectarium, Jackson Square, Preservation Hall, and dozens of world-class restaurants. Adults will enjoy the strip clubs, free-flowing cocktails and an always-buzzing, electric street crowd. The hotel is located just behind St. Louis Cathedral, giving guests the option of a raunchy walk down Bourbon Street or an elegant afternoon in Royal Street galleries. The hotel smartly oriented its gorgeous pool area toward quiet Royal Street, while opening its bar, "'Bourbon Oh!'", onto Bourbon Street. Guests also get a complimentary welcome drink of the same name upon rival.
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