New Orleans is home to some truly breathtaking and beautiful sights. The city is unlike anything else you are going to find in the country, with the combination of architecture, music and food. Whether you have been to New Orleans before or this is your first time, you are able to enjoy every single minute of your time here, regardless of what you do. Of course, if you truly want to experience the full New Orleans experience, you are able to stay at some world class hotels that boast beautiful design styles you just are not going to find anywhere else.
Windsor Court Hotel
Central Business District
Recently, the 324 room hotel went through a $22 million renovation in order to give it the distinct French look in a beautiful old English facility. There are jazz bands playing throughout the different small coves in the building and it just has a vibe as if you are in the middle of a European countryside surrounding by New Orleans jazz music. What else is there to want when staying at a hotel? Of course, your room is suited with Italian marble in the bathroom, plus you have all the technology you might need inside the room as well. Just make sure to pick up a pecan praline while you are in the area.
The Roosevelt Hotel
This newly renovated hotel is in an older 1920s building, but it gives you a rather unique design element. The majority of the building is decorated in geometric mosaics, providing an almost subtle Middle Eastern look to the facility. On top of this, the larger hotel actually reduce the number of rooms it has during its renovation, as it transformed 700 rooms into 504, giving you more room with your stay. Plus, there is a pool on the top of the building, which gives you excellent views of the city, not to mention a 12,500 square foot Spa, with 10 different treatment rooms and an in-house Italian restaurant by by Food Networks Iron Chef John Bresh. This way, no matter what you are looking for or are in the mood for, The Roosevelt Hotel is going to provide you with exactly what you might need.
Omni Royal Crescent
Located about a six minute walk from the French Quarter, this hotel is going to give you a bit more quiet than what you might find in one of the hotels right in the heart of the area. Plus, the art district is going to give you some beautiful sights form your bedroom window, and as the hotel is situated in a smaller, eight-story building, you don't have to deal with as many residents while inside the hotel. Best of all, every room is decorated with 19th century furniture, including the bed, sofa and grandfather clock. Essentially, you are going to turn back time when you walk into your Omni Royal Crescent, but still have all the up to date and technological luxuries you desire.