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Why Stay At Hotel Monteleone
Bayou-bound travelers seek out this family-run New Orleans landmark for its central French Quarter address, just steps from the carriage houses and ironwork galleries that line Royal Street.
The romance of NOLA's bygone eras prevails in the historic Hotel Montelone's white-marble lobby, where the chimes of a 1909 hand-carved mahogany grandfather clock have kept time for the century's most notable politicians, writers, and actors. The Beaux Arts-inspired building's gold-tinged rooms offer a touch of Southern hospitality with antique furniture, gilded mirrors, and ornamental moldings. But to truly feel at home, order a Sazerac at the revolving Carousel Bar—a 25-seat den that has hosted the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Truman Capote—and listen as regulars spin tales of voodoo priestesses, haunted alleys, and jilted lovers.
Indulge in a personalized massage, hydrating pedicure, or aromatherapy treatment at Spa Aria, or take a dip in the heated rooftop pool.
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Historic Hotels of America
Arrive at Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) which is approximately 15 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 30-45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.214 Royal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Rooftop Pool
- Spa on Property
- Beauty Salon
- 24-hour Fitness Center
- Business Center
- Business Services
- Pet Amenities
- Internet Access
- Flat screen HD TVs
- 2 Phones
- Coffee Makers
- Marble + Granite Bathrooms
- Hair Dryers
- Plush Robes
- In-Room Safes
- Irons + Ironing Boards
- AM/FM Clock Radios
- 2 Restaurants
- Poolside Bar
- Gym Snack Bar
- Hotel taxes
Why We Love New Orleans
In New Orleans, there's no shortage of joie de vivre. Begin your days with beignets and Creole architecture in Jackson Square; master the art of eating crawfish at a block party on Bourbon Street; then scat with the best of them at one of Preservation Hall's live-jazz shows.
History Tour: Channel your inner Scarlett O'Hara on a plantation tour with Old River Road Plantation Adventure, whose guides take you through antebellum mansions and manicured gardens framed by moss-draped oaks.
2041 Canal Street. 1-866-671-8687
Tours from $70.
Outdoor Excursion: The Gulf Coast is still a fisherman's paradise. Charter a boat to cast for flounder, tailing red fish, and barracuda.
2783 Privateer Blvd. Barataria, LA.
Boat charter packages starting at $400.
Where to Eat: Arnaud's serves gourmet versions of classic Creole dishes, including turtle soup, speckled trout Amandine, and filet mignon in brandy cream sauce. Don't miss the signature remoulade, a NOLA favorite since 1918.
813 Bienville Avenue.
Dinner for two $50.
Where to Drink: In the up-and-coming Freret neighborhood, Cure's owner and mixologist Neal Bodenheimer lures a well-heeled crowd. A must try: the curiously named Waiting to Derail, a rye and citrus beverage with bite.
4905 Freret Street. 1-504-302-2357
Drinks for two $20.
Why Go Now
March 20, 2012
Mad Men Party at Hotel Monteleone
Fans of the celebrated AMC show pay homage to the 1960's with vintage attire and classic cocktails at the Carousel Bar and Lounge. Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans.
April 12-15, 2012
French Quarter Festival
The largest free music festival in the South brings together R & B, zydeco, blues, jazz, and gospel on 18 stages throughout the city.
Bourbon St., New Orleans.
May 22-26, 2012
New Orleans Wine and Food Experience
On the floor of the New Orleans Convention Center, the city's top restaurants turn out their best small bites and wines to benefit local non-profits.
900 Convention Center Blvd., New Orleans.
August 28 - September 2, 2013
This event over Labor Day weekend draws more than 100,000 costumed participants each year. Weekend passes are recommended.
Various locations around the French Quarter.
October 11-13, 2013
Louisiana Seafood Festival
Live Entertainment, celebrity chef cooking demonstrations and local arts and crafts make this three-day festival a must-see.
Woldenberg Riverfront Park, New Orleans.
November 1-3, 2013
Voodoo Music Experience
Headliners at this three-day festival have included Soundgarden, the Raconteurs, and Snoop Dogg. City Park.
Three-day general admission from $125.