The LGBT community is a critical part of the melting pot that is the city of New Orleans. In order to help show our inclusive nature, the city has launched a ‘welcoming sticker’ program for businesses to showcase in their windows. While many businesses in the city have begun to hang these symbols of inclusivity, hotels are helping lead the charge, as they are the first touch-base in the city for most LGBT visitors. Although not an exhaustive list of hotels displaying the NOLHA welcoming sticker, we decided to highlight some of those that were pioneers of this program.
This historic hotel with tons of old world charm is located right in the middle of the Quarter. The St. Pierre is just a few blocks from the center of LGBT nightlife in the city - the corner of St. Ann and Bourbon Streets.
Listed on the national register of historic places, the Andrew Jackson hotel boasts beautiful 18th century European architecture. The property is also home to some amazing history - it’s where President Andrew Jackson was held in contempt of court for obstruction of justice in 1815.
The Hyatt Regency is a captivating downtown hotel that is near the center of all the action and a great place to stay if you are into exploring all neighborhoods in the city. Borgne restaurant is located right inside the hotel, and is known for serving fantastic modern seafood dishes.
Voted the number 1 hotel in 2017 by Conde Nast Readers Choice Awards, the Old No. 77 will charm and surprise you all at once. The rooms come equipped with Mid-Century Modern decor and have tons of exposed light, an ideal hotel for any traveler.
If you’re looking to stay in the middle of all the action, definitely consider the Hyatt French Quarter. Located on Iberville and Dauphine, this modern accomodation let’s the city be your oyster.
These are just some of the wonderful accommodations in New Orleans, for a full list of hotels serving out city, click here.