Valentino New Orleans Hotels
Hotel St Marie
The Hotel St. Marie offers a warm and accommodating atmosphere deliberately designed and maintained to give guests a feeling for the real style of its historic neighborhood. Many guest rooms enjoy balconies that overlook the scenic vistas of the French Quarter. All hotel guests may relax in our lush, tropical courtyard or take a cool break from French Quarter fun in the hotel pool.
Prince Conti Hotel
The Prince Conti Hotel is an intimate, stylish French Quarter Hotel with an atmosphere that is warm, comfortable, accommodating and affordable. Our 76 guest rooms are set on three floors in a 19th century era brick structure with dramatic windows overlooking Conti Street and a signature carriageway leading to an elegant welcoming lobby. Whether you stay with us for business or pleasure the Prince Conti Hotel is designed for your comfort and enjoyment in the French Quarter
The Place D'Armes Hotel is an intimate, historic hotel property perfectly located at Jackson Square in the heart of New Orleans' fabled French Quarter. Beautifully restored 18th and 19th century buildings surround the lush tropical courtyards and sparkling swimming pool. Relax under the magnolias or stroll just a block to Cafe du Monde for beignets and cafe au lait. The Place d'Armes Hotel offers New Orleans charm at it's best at the best location in the Quarter.
In the heart of it all, on the fashionable Saint Charles Avenue Streetcar Line overlooking Lafayette Square across from Gallier Hall, is The Lafayette Hotel. The Lafayette Hotel offers guests New Orleans style charm in its 24 king rooms and 20 suites. A 1916 historic landmark, from Old World architecture, French doors and wrought iron balconies to marble floors, polished mahogany and English botanical prints, the ambiance is luxury. The hotel combines elegant decor, generous amenities and abundant personal service to make each visit a memorable one.
French Market Inn
The French Market Inn is renowned for its stone paved courtyards meandering throughout the gardens and an ancient brick facade that opens into a lobby decorated with columns, period paintings and chandeliers. Built in the 1800's for Baron Joseph Xavier de Pontalba, the inn is in the French Quarter, within walking distance of Jackson Square, Royal Street antique shops, Aquarium of the Americas, and Harrah's Casino.