New Orleans Hotels
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The 33-story skyscraper at the foot of Canal Street will open as a Four Seasons hotel in 2020
The circa-1908 property is a smaller, more luxurious spin-off of the Ace Hotel
A hotel developer recently bought the Marigny warehouse once planned to be the site of Sean Cummings’ Elisio Lofts and according to Gambit, the developer is planning on building a Hilton Hampton Inn Hotel at the site. It's expected to take 18 months.
New Inn & Suite to accommodate NOLA rising tourism
Once planned as the site of Sean Cummings’ controversial Elisio Lofts, a warehouse at 501 Elysian Fields Ave. has sold to a hotel developer, CityBusiness reports. A group specializing in hotel construction bought the 36,200 square-foot property.
If it wasn’t already obvious, New Orleans is amid a hotel boom, and NOLA.com has the numbers to back it up. The city has added 23 hotels since January 2010, bringing the total number of hotels in the area to 283. Those hotels hold about 40,000 rooms.
The French Quarter Hyatt hotel just announced in a press release it has rebranded as a Hyatt Centric hotel, an outpost of the brand geared toward millennial travelers. The rebranding signals another "millennial" hotel brand entering the market.
Here's our map of all the New Orleans hotels in the works. While most are concentrated in downtown neighborhoods and targeting young, Airbnb-inclined travelers, there are also projects in other parts of town, or aimed at business travelers.
Last time we heard about Stateside, the upscale hotel and hostel planned for Bywater, it had secured the approval of City Council. The latest from the project is that developer Ted Kelso of Pelican Royal, LLC has purchased a nearby vacant lot.
Luxury hotel company Salamander Hotels & Resorts is converting the former New Orleans Public Service Inc.’s CBD headquarters into the NOPSI Hotel, which they plan to open in Spring 2017. Construction on the hotel is "well underway." Read on for more.
Today there’s some news on the many hotels in the works in New Orleans, particularly in the downtown area. Opening in early November, the Joie de Vivre-branded Troubadour hotel at the Rault Center will have a lounge, restaurant, and rooftop bar.
The demolition of the Capri Motel, the seedy midcentury spot on Tulane Avenue, has begun. The owners are planning to build "slick" apartments at the site. Mid-City Messenger has photos of the demolition, so head over there if you want to take a look.
It seems like New Orleans has seen an invasion of hip boutique hotels lately, both homegrown and outposts of national chains—probably to compete with the Airbnb-inclined traveler. Conde Naste Traveler did a roundup of some of these hotels' bars.
Construction has finally begun on the long-stalled hi-rise at the corner of Canal and N. Rampart Streets, which now includes plans for a hotel. Initially planned as an apartment building with retail, the development now includes plans for a hotel.
City Council finally approved the hotel in March, and this week the council paved the way for construction to start. Yesterday, City Council voted to override the denial of a demolition permit by the CBD Historic District Landmarks Commission.
Former St. Charles Avenue gem the Pontchartrain Hotel re-opened last month after a big restoration, and it’s already becoming a summer hotspot for many. Here's a look inside the new hotel, from those early adopters' point of view. Check out the shots.
Along with the new terminal planned to open at Armstrong Airport in October 2018, the airport also is planning for a three-star hotel next to the terminal. The Aviation Board and City of New Orleans issued an RFP for hotels with at least 140 rooms.
After news that bar Bellocq and restaurant Tivoli & Lee were closing, we learned it’s because The Hotel Modern had been sold. According to a press release, the buyer is Iowa City, Iowa-based hotel group Hawkeye Hotels, who will rebrand the hotel.
A former St. Charles Avenue hotspot whose golden days once seemed behind it, the Garden District’s Pontchartrain Hotel is getting a second life after a big restoration. The 106-room hotel opens Friday. The hotel has a "classic and refined" look.
Stateside, the upscale hostel planned for Bywater, got City Council's approval in a 6-1 vote today. With one dissenting vote from Councilman Jason Williams, the council granted a conditional-use permit to developer Ted Kelso for the project.
Some of Vogue's picks for the magazine's "insider's" guide to NOLA include the new Henry Howard, Ace and Catahoula hotels, a trip to Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, and ideas for a DIY walking tour of the Garden District. We approve, Vogue.
Stateside, an upscale hoste/hotel planned for Bywater, is heading to City Council this week after a "no" from the City Planning Commission. Besides shared and private rooms, Stateside plans to include a pool club, washateria, sundries shop and cafe.
Recalling its 1960s roots, hotelier Michael Valentino says the renovated Canal Street Hotel will have a "cool 60’s midcentury architecture theme." Construction is set to begin now, will take place over 15 months, and have a summer 2017 opening date.
Despite getting recommendation for approval from its staff, the City Planning Commission denied a conditional use permit for Stateside, an upscale hostel/hotel planned for Bywater, at is meeting yesterday. The CPC ultimately sided with neighbors.