Boutique Hotels of New Orleans, LA

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Just as every city has its own unique energy pulsing through the streets and the people within it; so does every boutique hotel. As a guest, you’ll be treated to a type of live theater performance with a unique cast of characters: Guests from every walk of life, hotel staff, and you – the star of the show. 

 Our featured boutique hotels in New Orleans, LA are the ones that perfectly capture the city’s vibe. The ones we’re currently obsessed with. And the ones that deserve to have you in the starring role: As a pampered guest looking to capture the true essence of New Orleans.

Windsor Court Hotel

New Orleans, LAHome » Boutique Hotels » New Orleans Boutique Hotels » Windsor Court Hotel Windsor Court Hotel300 Gravier St., New Orleans, LA 70130Adding a dash of regal splendor to your New Orleans getaway is easy with a stay at the Windsor Court Hotel, consistently rated as one of the best hotels in Louisiana. This luxe property recently underwent a refresh, and the rooms offer the perfect combination of modern design and Old World charm. Of course, true Southern hospitality will permeate every aspect of your stay. Located just moments away from the world-famous French Quarter and Central Business District, it’s perfectly situated for vacationers and business travelers alike. No matter what brings you to Windsor Court, there’s definitely plenty to love. One of the hotel’s highlights includes its treasured collection of museum-quality artworks. You’ll find original paintings, sculptures, tapestries, and furnishings by more than 60 artists spanning the 17th to the late 20th centuries with a combined value of over $10 million. Many artworks are British and feature portraits of the royal family and Windsor Castle. You’ll also enjoy the 65-foot heated saltwater rooftop pool and deck. Grab a drink from the Waterman Poolside Bar and take in the spectacular views of the New Orleans skyline. If you need a bit more relaxation, head to The Spa at Windsor Court, which offers a variety of facials and massages, all with a focus on infusing you with positive, soothing energy. After all that relaxation you’ll need to refuel, and Windsor Court offers plenty of choices. These restaurants are popular with guests and locals alike, with The Grill Room leading the pack. Timeless comfort food specialties are served with as many locally-sourced ingredients as possible, whether you want a quick lunch or a multi-course dinner. For a more laid-back vibe, The Polo Club Lounge is ready to serve you. With elevated pub fare and live jazz music, it’s always a hit. A must-do at the hotel is Le Salon, serving traditional English afternoon tea and the sweet tunes of a harpist or a pianist to complement the experience. And when you need a caffeine pick-me-up or a sweet treat, Café Anglais fits the bill. And remember to bring your fur-kid along, as Windsor Court is a pet friendly hotel and even offers pet amenities such as a plush dog bed, placemat with a food and water bowl, and an area walking map with dog-friendly stops. Book The Windsor Court HotelGuest Rooms: Providing a serene haven away from the multitude of sights and sounds that New Orleans has to offer, the 400 sq. ft. Guest Rooms offer plenty of space to stretch out and a sense of cozy comfort. Italian marble baths, bath Amenities by Diptyque, and plush slippers might just tempt you into staying bundled up in your bathrobe a bit longer. One king or two queen beds 42" TV In-room safe Italian marble bath Many rooms include a private balcony CubieTime Bluetooth alarm clock with USB charging ports Fully stocked mini-bar ...

The Pontchartrain Hotel

New Orleans, LAHome » Boutique Hotels » New Orleans Boutique Hotels » The Pontchartrain HotelThe Pontchartrain Hotel2031 St Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70130 The Pontchartrain Hotel originally opened as a luxury apartment building in 1927. By the 1940s, it was reborn as an upscale hotel catering to the whims of prominent locals and visitors alike. More recently, the property underwent a massive renovation and rebranding aimed at restoring it to its former grandeur and bringing forth its historic character. Throughout the years, many prominent names have passed through the hotel’s doors, including Frank Sinatra, Rita Hayworth, The Doors, and several presidents and dignitaries. A source of pride for The Pontchartrain is that Tennessee Williams worked on “A Streetcar Named Desire” while here. The property is located right on the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line, which traverses one of New Orleans most historic neighborhoods, the Garden District. A stay here charms you, as the streets are lined with 200-year-old oak trees. Plus, you’ll be at the crossroads to downtown’s boisterous French Quarter scene and uptown entertaining, restaurants, music, shopping and business conferences. Drive, ride a bike, stroll along, or take the streetcar to randomly hop off at some of New Orleans’s top attractions, such as Audubon Park, Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, Commander’s Palace, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Contemporary Arts Center, and the National World War II Museum. The 106-room Pontchartrain Hotel features luxury suites, roomy extended stay sprawls, and anything but standard rooms. Their recent revamp brought guests four dazzling food and nightlife spots: Bayou Bar- Casual tavern-style ambiance with an extensive whiskey and beer list. The Silver Whistle Cafe- once a hangout of high-powered New Orleans judges. Now offers breakfast and brunch classics and a local favorite – their famous blueberry muffins. Jack Rose- Eclectic and fun dining that encourages spontaneous celebration. Try the Mile High Pie! Hot Tin- The Pontchartrain Hotel’s crown jewel. This rooftop bar offers stellar 270-degree views of the Mississippi River and downtown New Orleans. The space captures the look and feel of a 1940s artist loft with nods to Tennessee Williams. Guest rooms are luxuriously appointed and offer the perfect balance of Deep South charm and modern comforts. Expect old world antiques and textures as well as plenty of European flair and romantic color schemes that this Spanish-French city is known for. Lacquered black and mint-green tones evoke the majestic oaks dripping with Spanish moss, while layered Moroccan rugs create a multi-textured cozy feel. The vibe is elegantly effortless- perfect for sleeping, working, or celebrating. Book The Pontchartrain HotelClio King: Oversized room with King size bed, reading nook, desk and flat screen TV. Clio King City View: Offers spectacular views of the surrounding city and the Garden District. Erato Double: Spacious room with two double size beds, reading nook, desk and flat screen TV. Euterpe Queen/Queen Deluxe: Oversized room with two queen size beds, sitting area with sofa, chair and flat screen TV, and desk. Thalia Family Suite: Two bedroom suite with ...

Grenoble House

New Orleans, LAHome » Boutique Hotels » New Orleans Boutique Hotels » Grenoble House Grenoble House323 Dauphine St., New Orleans, LA 70112Located amid the vibrant merriment of the French Quarter you’ll find the historic 19th-century sanctuary that is Grenoble House. This meticulously restored building offers a unique balance of classic New Orleans architecture with all the modern amenities to make your NOLA getaway supremely comfortable. The exposed brick walls, fireplaces, high ceilings, and winding staircases evoke plenty of old world charm, while each of the 17 suites comes with a fully-equipped kitchen for plenty of modern convenience. These features make Grenoble House the perfect getaway for families with young children (picky eaters anyone?) and guests looking for an extended stay in New Orleans. There’s also plenty of outdoor spaces, including an expansive back courtyard framed by lovely original brickwork. It houses an inviting pool, a whirlpool tub, and a large terrace with ample seating. Grenoble House is perfectly situated just one block from world-famous Bourbon Street and three blocks from Canal Street and the hustle and bustle of the Central Business District. But once you step back onto the property, you’ll be swept up in the quiet and soothing environment of the hotel. You’ll be centrally located here, without being overwhelmed by outside foot traffic. Popular attractions close by include Bourbon Street, of course, but also the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, LaLaurie Mansion, Magazine Street, and some of New Orleans’s best restaurants. Book The Grenoble HousePlease note that all rooms are suites and feature furnished modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances. This includes a stove/oven, refrigerator with icemaker, microwave, dishwasher, disposal, and other small appliances. Dishes, silverware, glassware and other miscellaneous utensils are furnished. Cable TV and Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Executive King Suite: One Bedroom with king size bed. One Bathroom. Grand King Suite: One bedroom with king size bed. One bathroom. The Grand King Suite is much larger than the Executive King Suite. Grand Queen Suite: One bedroom with queen size bed. One bathroom. The Grand Queen Suite is very large and is Grenoble House’s most popular. This suite is located on the ground floor and opens up to a spacious courtyard. Queen Courtyard Suite: One Bedroom with queen size bed. One bathroom. There are two Queen Courtyard suites, the first is on the ground floor and opens to the spacious courtyard. The other suite is on the second floor and has a spiral staircase leading to the bedroom on the third floor. Two Queens Courtyard Suite: One Bedroom with two queen size beds. Opens up to the spacious courtyard. Two Bedroom Townhome: Two Bedrooms with five queen beds. One full bathroom and one and half bath. As a courtesy to the other guests, occupancy is limited to five adults. Two Bedroom Suite: Two Bedrooms with three queen size beds. Two full baths. Book The Grenoble House Perfectly located in the heart of the French Quarter Outdoor pool and hot tub Full kitchen suites ...


Far from ordinary, New Orleans boutique hotels give you the chance to put your finger on the city’s pulse without even leaving your room. These independently owned and operated properties capture the city’s unique personality in their architecture and interior design. Plus, staff are expected to have an intimate knowledge of the best and most authentic NOLA experiences so you can find the best things to see and do. As an added bonus, many of the boutique hotels in New Orleans, LA offer on-site restaurants and bars, which are some of the best in the city.

Several of the New Orleans, LA boutique hotels are located in the historic French Quarter, the iconic city’s cultural hub. Step outside any of these gorgeous properties and you’ll be impressed by the breathtaking architecture, entranced by a waft of buttery beignets or spicy Cajun and creole favorites, and moved by the sultry magic of Jazz tunes. Looking to take home a little piece of New Orleans? The French Quarter is filled with boutiques and funky shops on both sides of the streets. You’ll find everything from artwork from renowned NOLA artists, antique shops, right down to kitschy and fun souvenirs for your friends back home. 

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