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Hipmunk CityLove, Even More Historic Hotels in New Orleans

New Orleans is a city packed with options for historic accommodation, and with luxury living, central locations and staff with a reputation for their Southern hospitality, there’s really no reason not to book a historic stay!

May historic hotels are now luxury boutiques authentically restored to put the history and culture of New Orleans on display, though despite being housed in Victorian era buildings, each offer modern amenities for a truly comfortable stay.

You’ve read our round-ups of the best historic hotels in New Orlans, and that of more historic hotels in New Orleans, though if you still haven’t found that perfect property, here is even more choice! The following are even more historic hotels in New Orleans.

Ritz-Carlton New Orleans

A stay at Ritz-Carlton New Orleans offers exceptional accommodation from deluxe king or double rooms to incredibly opulent suites. Each room is spacious, with a sitting area and work space, vaulted ceilings, lighted mirrors, sound proof windows which run floor-to-ceiling, and beautiful marble bathrooms with luxurious robes and toiletries.

Sitting in a historic 19th Century building on the edge of the famous French Quarter, guests will find themselves in the historic center of New Orleans, with easy access to popular attractions like Bourbon Street and the Mercedes-Benz Superdome (formerly the Louisiana Superdome).

Cornstalk Hotel

With everything you would expect from a historic boutique hotel stay, Cornstalk Hotel, housed in a Victorian-era building, has guest rooms feature from chandeliers and four-poster beds to authentic 19th century wallpaper from back in the day. Though the hotel combines modern amenities with its historic decor — premium bedding, cable TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, and even a shoe shining service for before you hit the town.

Located on Royal Street in the very heart of the French Quarter, the hotel is close to art galleries, shopping, restaurants, museums, and fantastic nightlife and street entertainment.

Hotel Provincial

Centrally located with historic architecture and vintage interior design, Hotel Provincial is a great choice for a comfortable stay while in New Orleans. Creole antiques adorn each room, with French art hanging on the walls, though the property combines this with modern amenities such as luxury toiletries, air conditioning, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

There are two outdoor pools, as well as a scenic courtyard feature fountain. Hotel Provincial is within walking distance to the city’s best jazz clubs, and Bourbon Street can easily be reached on foot.

Royal Sonesta Hotel

One of the more affordable luxury historic hotels in New Orleans, Royal Sonesta Hotel is in the heart of it all — situated on Bourbon Street in the middle of the French Quarter. Most rooms feature private balconies with views of Bourbon Street, so if traveling to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, this could be a fantastic accommodation choice for you.

Guests won’t even need to leave the hotel to experience some of the best jazz in New Orleans — local musicians often perform at the property’s many restaurants and bars, and there is an on site playhouse, too. The large outdoor swimming pool is another big draw.

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Meg Jerrard is an Australian Journalist who has been travelling and blogging around the world for the last 7 years to inspire others to embark on their own worldwide adventure!  Her husband Mike is an American travel photographer, and together they have made the world their home.

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