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Bourbon Orleans Hotel
The Bourbon Orleans is a gay-popular New Orleans hotel situated in the French Quarter of the city, just moments from the gay nightlife. This historic hotel offers Southern charm with luxury amenities. It was once a ballroom and then it became a convent. Having lived many lives this building has considerable charm. On-site guests can take advantage of an outdoor pool and on-site restaurant. Roux-on-Orleans offers authentic Creole cuisine alongside classic American dishes. Live jazz music is showcased on occasion at the on-site bar, Bourbon O. Guests of the Bourbon Orleans Hotel will be welcomed with a complimentary cocktail.
Hotel Monteleone is something of an institution in New Orleans. It has a famous carousel bar and it's rumoured to be the place where Truman Capote had his first and by no means last drink. Opened in 1886, it is still owned by the Monteleone family.Located in the city's French Quarter, popular gay bars like Double Play are just around the corner, and the centre on Bourbon St. is just 10-15 minutes, where you'll find the The Bourbon Pub And Parade and Napoleon's Itch.This charming hotel has a heated rooftop pool. You can dine onsite at the Criollo restaurant and drink at the beautiful Carousel bar, pictured above.The rooms are decked out in a classic European style. You can also opt for one of the luxurious literary suites - each one is named after a famous American writer.
Hotel St Pierre
Hotel St Pierre is a boutique hotel built in three former French colonial houses. This quaint hotel offers comfortable accommodations and quality amenities, including two separate pools. Guests of Hotel St Pierre will benefit from a complimentary continental breakfast served daily. Each charming guestroom is equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, microwave, and refrigerator. Dating back to the 18th-century, this building has character and classic details such as high walls and chandeliers.
Hotel Le Marais
Hotel Le Marais is a gay-popular New Orleans hotel, offering chic lodgings in the city's bustling French Quarter. It's half a block away from the bustle of Bourbon Street, offering a refuge from the city's wild nightlife. Should that wild nightlife beckon, you can go for a drink in the many surrounding gay bars like Double Play or The Corner Pocket. Despite the name and location, this hotel eschews classical design and goes for something more funky and modern. It's almost like waking up in Prince's boudoir. The colours are bold with a purple theme maintained throughout - from the pillows to the lighting. Inviting guestrooms include flat-screen TVs equipped with streaming devices. Select rooms offer balconies, whilst others have courtyard views - some overlook the French Quarter.
Hotel Mazarin is a budget-friendly hotel near to Canal Street and just half a block from Bourbon Street. Guests can enjoy handcrafted cocktails and live music at the on-site bar, La Louisiane. Alternatively, Patrick's Bar Vin offers an extensive wine list and light bar fare. There's also plenty of gay nightlife close by. The rooms have a Creole style. The black marble granite floors and oversize beds are very satisfying. This is a great choice if you're looking to do New Orleans on a budget.
Chateau LeMoyne is a popular boutique hotel in the French Quarter, close to the city's popular gay nightlife. There's many bars and clubs around, in particular Double Play is a few blocks up the road, and Good Friends Bar about 5 minutes further up. The Martini Bar and Restaurant serves traditional Creole cuisine, crafted cocktails, and live music. This Holiday Inn-owned hotel offers an on-site restaurant, bar, heated outdoor swimming pool, and a spacious courtyard with seating area. The historic building encompasses comfortable guestrooms, and upgraded suites offer balconies overlooking the French Quarter, perfect for Mardi Gras.
Chateau Hotel is a hotel in New Orleans' French Quarter, built in a restored 18th-century mansion. It's intimate and homely. This hotel has an outdoor pool, courtyard, and bar, amongst other amenities. Each European-inspired guestrooms offers satellite TV and free Wi-Fi; a coffee-maker is also included. Ideal for an affordable base in New Orleans.
Dauphine Orleans Hotel
Dauphine Orleans Hotel is a historic New Orleans hotel. Just one block away from Bourbon Street, this characterful hotel is close to the city's gay nightlife. The location is ideal as you can be subject to excess noise if you're too close to Bourbon Street, while if you're too far away you feel as if you're missing out. This hotel offers a perfect equilibrium. The rooms have a classic Creole design, with yellow and lightly accented colours throughout. Amenities at the hotel include free Wi-Fi, a fitness centre, outdoor pool, and on-site bar.
The Frenchmen Hotel
The Frenchman is a charming boutique hotel in New Orleans close to the city's famous jazz scene. This hotel features a spacious courtyard with an outdoor pool and hot tub. A vibrant, almost Caribbean style prevails, from the palm fronds of the courtyard to the colorful art in the lobby. Each room is like a mini Creole cottage. Exposed brick walls give them a rustic feel. This is one of the more charming hotels in the city, and it has the feel of a resort.
Le Pavillon Hotel
Le Pavillon Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in New Orleans, and it retains its old world, antique-laden charm. The entrance is framed by a 15-foot monumental pillar, creating an air of drama before you've even entered the lobby. Guests of Le Pavillon Hotel can dine on-site at The Crystal Room, which serves French cuisine. Additionally, guests can enjoy a gourmet PB&J sandwich, a unique dish served in the lobby. The rooms aren't that modern but they have an air of faded glamour that's quite unbeatable.
The Cornstalk Hotel
The Cornstalk Hotel is the most striking inn in New Orlean's French Quarter. It has an air of Victorian glamour that perfectly compliments the spooky charm of the city. A crystal chandelier hangs over the lobby, harking back to a bygone age - bring back those high vaulted ceilings, please. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places. The rooms are beautiful in an old world style. You'll want to party like it's 1899. The USA's longest-serving gay bar, Cafe Lafitte in Exile, is just around the corner!
Maison Dupuy is a charming hotel in a residential section of New Orleans' French Quarter. The hotel grounds consist of a spacious courtyard with a marble fountain and heated saltwater pool. You can dine at the hotel's Restaurant Bistreaux and try the famous hurricane cocktail. Each guestroom offers free Wi-Fi and a 37" flat-screen TV, whilst select rooms boast balconies. This is an ideal, quiet location to return to after you've partied the night away on Bourbon Street.
Royal Sonesta New Orleans
The Royal Sonesta is a landmark of Bourbon Street, situated in the French Quarter close to the vibrant gay scene. Bourbon Street is famously lurid - in a good way! - but this hotel adds a dash of class. Art Deco furnishings are complemented by abstract artworks and vibrant floral arrangements. Sleek guestrooms have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and separate living areas. Select suites have balconies overlooking Bourbon Street or the hotel pool. As a guest of the Royal Sonesta you can relax with a drink by the pool at the Oasis Pool Bar, or dine at the Desire Oyster Bar.
Windsor Court Hotel
The Windsor Court Hotel is a 5-star luxury hotel located in the heart of New Orleans, sat between the French Quarter and the Business District. The hotel is European in style which you can see in features such as Italian marble bathrooms. There is even a $10 million art collection that you can marvel at. The rooms are large and bright, with large windows that give great views of the Mississippi River and the city skyline. The suites include wet bars and private balconies, perfect for the Louisiana heat. The Windsor Court Hotel has a heated saltwater pool and rooftop deck. There are 4 dining options such as the popular The Grill Room, as well as a lounge where you can listen to live jazz. They even have a grand salon if you fancy some high tea. Due to the hotel's proximity to the French Quarter, it is close to much of the gay scene. New Orleans hot spots The Bourbon Pub Parade and Oz are only a 17-minute walk away.
The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans
The Ritz-Carlton hotel in New Orleans, is an upscale 5-star hotel located on the edges of the French Quarter. The building itself dates back to the early 1920s, which can be seen in its antebellum style. This hotel truly has that southern charm, with complimentary seafood gumbo being served at check-in. If you're looking for a great spa, you have found it! The hotel's spa is spread across the entire ground floor and boasts 22 therapy rooms. The Ritz-Carlton has its own in-house jazz trumpeter who performs in the Davenport cocktail lounge on the weekends. The hotel's flagship M Bistro serves both regional and international dishes and other dining options ranging in prices are close by. The gay scene is right on your doorstep, with Bourbon Street only being a block away. Popular venues in the area include Bourbon Pub & Parade and OZ.