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This hotel is the oldest and largest hotel in the neighborhood. Four generations of the Monteleone family have served as directors of the hotel since its opening in 1886. Major renovations completed in 1996 have only added to the hotel's charm, and because of its size you can almost always get a room here. Although the hotel is large, the service is still very personal. Accommodations range from luxurious suites to comfortable family rooms. Famous residents included Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner. Le Cafe restaurant is a favorite with New Orleans natives and even if you stay somewhere else, stop by to see the Carousel Bar. Hotel amenities include concierge services, room service, laundry service and a rooftop swimming pool.
Inhabiting the historic Audubon building on the fringes of the French Quarter, The Saints Hotel features a 1960s mod decor theme with lacquered furniture, white and blue colored hues and bold patterns. Everything from the plush Egyptian cotton linens to the high-end toiletries is meant to provide the utmost comfort to guests. Located just blocks away from popular jazz clubs, restaurants and shops, The Saint Hotel is the perfect luxury accommodation choice while staying in the Big Easy.
The Central Business District of New Orleans is home to one of the city's grandest hotels, the 1880s-era Le Pavillion. Having survived the Great Depression, this historic building is often called "The Belle of New Orleans." The Belle continues to practice traditions of old in these modern days, all the while staying true to the meaning of Southern hospitality. One such tradition is a nightcap of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches served with hot chocolate or cold milk each evening in the lobby.
Listed as one of the top 100 hotels in the United States, Hotel Maison de Ville is a great gateway to whatever business you have in New Orleans. Guest rooms surround a charming courtyard filled with banana trees and a bubbling fountain. Rooms vary considerably in size, but all are elegant and filled with antiques. The best features are the lush feather beds and the modern, luxurious bathrooms. Guests are treated to in-room breakfasts and nightly turndown service. There is also complimentary sherry and port served in the evenings. The hotel's restaurant, Le Bistro, serves lunch and dinner. Other special amenities include newspaper delivery, shoeshine, dry cleaning and laundry, concierge, room service and twice daily maid service. There is an outdoor pool and access to a nearby health club.
Maison Dupuy, opened in 1975, stands on what was once the site of the first U.S. Cotton Press built in 1602. The hotel recently completed a $5 million renovation, which includes the addition of the award winning restaurant, Dominique's. Just steps from the French Quarter, this hotel offers a full-sized pool, Jacuzzi, spectacular courtyard and beautifully designed rooms, with everything from four-poster beds to local art. This hotel is perfect for a romantic getaway, business meeting, banquet, wedding or a family vacation to the Big Easy.