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More Fantastic Historic Hotels in New Orleans

New Orleans is known for its Southern hospitality and charm, and as a traveler there is no better way to experience this first-hand than with a stay at an authentic Southern hotel.

Having already established that New Orleans is the perfect place to splurge on a luxurious historic hotel, here are five more historic hotels in New Orleans. Between private spas, rooftop pools, and revolving bars, this city has truly redefined the standard expected from a historic hotel.

Bourbon Orleans Hotel

An iconic hotel in the famous French Quarter, sitting right behind St. Louis Cathedral and near famous Jackson Square, Bourbon Orleans Hotel is in the center of the city’s most exciting attractions.

Start your day with a Southern New Orleans breakfast and stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi. If traveling during Mardi Gras, be sure to reserve one of the French Quarter balcony suites for unbeatable views of the parade.

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Place d’Armes Hotel

An intimate hotel which is only steps from Jackson Square, Place d’Armes Hotel is in the heart of the historic French Quarter. It is a AAA triple-diamond rated property set in renovated and resorted townhouses which date back to the 18th and 19th centuries.

A historic hotel with modern amenities and services, guests can enjoy the charm of antique reproduction furniture while taking pleasure in high-speed Wi-Fi and 24-hour concierge help.

Le Pavillon Hotel

Chandeliers hang from the ceilings and oil paintings from the walls — Le Pavillon Hotel is one of the most glamorous and lavish in New Orléans.

Among the first skyscrapers to grace the New Orleans skyline, the grounds were a former plantation before hotel construction in 1907.

Now a Historic Hotel of America, guests today enjoy impeccable classic décor, a fabulous downtown location, and a rooftop pool with views of a city skyline which has very much since evolved.

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Whitney Hotel

A mid-range property in the New Orleans central business district, Whitney Hotel is a historic landmark in a great area, just one block back from the Charles streetcar line and other public transportation.

Converted to a hotel from one of the city’s first bank buildings, the property today still boasts Whitney Bank’s original marble pillars and bank vault, and has incorporated the original architecture into the restored façade. Rooms are intimate, though with enough space in which to work or relax, and amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel.

Dauphine Orleans Hotel

Boutique accommodation in a historic building in the French Quarter, Dauphine Orleans Hotel is just a block back from iconic Bourbon Street, and combines a historic hotel with modern amenities.

Rooms are charming and elegant, with inclusions such as continental breakfast and complimentary W-iFi, and some have the additions of exposed brick, balconies with a French Quarter view and private spa baths. Those who chose to stay on site can relax in the central courtyard or soak up the sun by the pool; however, for those who chose to step outside, it’s only a short walk to the streetcar lines for access to the rest of the city.

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