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Omni Royal Orleans Hotel

Omni Royal Orleans Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Omni Royal Orleans is an upscale business hotel housed in a historic building in the French Quarter. It offers 345 elegant (if small) rooms featuring solid amenities, including flat-screen TVs with LodgeNet system, iPod docks, and stocked minibars. Property highlights include a renowned restaurant, a heated saltwater rooftop pool, and a well-equipped fitness center. But there’s a fee for in-room Wi-Fi (free for Omni’s loyalty program guests) as well as for valet parking.

Hotel Monteleone

Hotel Monteleone Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 600-room French Quarter hotel has made literary history and cocktail history, but it's no museum piece. Monteleone renovated guest rooms in 2010, completing its new look in 2012 with updates to its common areas and restaurant. On the upper floors, the hotel offers some of the city's most exhilarating views. If you'd rather get your kicks on the ground, ride the legendary Carousel Bar.

The Roosevelt New Orleans

The Roosevelt New Orleans Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With a grand lobby, classic rooms, a rooftop pool, a historic restaurant, and wonderful service, The Roosevelt attracts a varied crowd of celebrities, well-heeled couples, and business travelers. The upscale spa, the large fitness center, and the hotel’s central location are all great features, but guests should note that there are fees for Wi-Fi and for valet parking.

Audubon Cottages

Audubon Cottages Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With a gorgeous Tuscan-style courtyard complete with a heated saltwater pool; seven exclusive one- and two-bedroom cottages; top-notch services; and a central location in the French Quarter, the Audubon Cottages is a great pick for travelers looking to splurge. Just note that there are no amenities aside from the pool and that parking is available only at the hotel’s sister property a block away.

The Whitney Wyndham Hotel

The Whitney Wyndham Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This perfectly adequate 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. But features are few, and rooms have old tube TVs and no Wi-Fi.

Bourbon Orleans Hotel

Bourbon Orleans Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A grand Southern hotel with a haunting past, the Bourbon Orleans is home to a delicious Creole restaurant; a signature cocktail in its popular bar; and 218 attractive, elegant rooms, some with balconies over Bourbon Street. Situated in an excellent French Quarter location between polar-opposite scenes -- the party-centric Bourbon Street and upscale, art-gallery-clad Royal Street -- Bourbon Orleans offers the best of both worlds for visitors. It also offers an intriguing history (ask about the resident ghost) and a stunning outdoor saltwater pool.

Bienville House

Bienville House Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Straddling two busy French Quarter streets, the historic Bienville House is as an urban oasis, with tropical rooftop terraces and a soothing courtyard. This boutique hotel has fewer than 100 rooms, a parlor-like lobby and friendly touches, such as free lemonade and cookies in the afternoon. High ceilings make the rooms feel spacious, but the decor is unremarkable, and Standard Rooms lack windows.

Wyndham Riverfront New Orleans

Wyndham Riverfront New Orleans Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Wyndham Riverfront is housed in a former rice mill in the Central Business District, an area where retrofitted warehouse condos are springing up -- but the hotel doesn't take full advantage of its great historic bones. Rooms are chain-like, but large, and most have sofa beds; the on-site restaurant is solid; and the location is convenient to cruise terminals and a massive convention center.

Le Richelieu

Le Richelieu Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Authentic and funky, this historic boutique -- located in a residential area on the French Quarter's far edge -- allows guests to experience the neighborhood as the locals do. It's also an easy walk to Frenchman Street, an exciting area in the Marigny experiencing a renaissance in live music and tapas-oriented restaurants. But while the old-world decor is charming enough in the lobby, it's less impressive in the slightly worn rooms, and bathrooms are in dire need of renovation.

Four Points by Sheraton French Quarter

Four Points by Sheraton French Quarter Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This Sheraton property is no ordinary chain hotel: It's located on the site of the historic Old French Opera, and today's young opera singers perform in the lobby bar. The hotel's biggest draw, though, is its priceless spot in the heart of Bourbon Street, where a different kind of music keeps the block throbbing. While the Four Points French Quarter is usually priced competitively, you'll pay a premium for coveted Bourbon balcony rooms during special events.

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  • Historic
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
  • Value
  • Boutique
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Locations

  • Central Business District
  • French Quarter

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Bar at Pool
  • Basic Television
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Brands

  • Four Points by Sheraton
  • Omni
  • Waldorf Astoria
  • Wyndham
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