In 2018, New Orleans gained four new hotels that are all unique in their own way, but each has historical significance. Located in the CBD, Warehouse District and Marigny respectively, these new hotels would make a great stay on your next visit.

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Jung Hotel - New Orleans

The Jung

This 100-year-old hotel reopened in March of 2018. The original sign from 1908 is still displayed out front. The Jung sits on the historic Canal Street and has 207 guest rooms, suites, event and meeting space, and a rooftop bar. The rooms are modern and spacious, and guests have access to a heated rooftop pool.

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B on Canal

B on Canal

This modern and swanky hotel also sits on Canal Street and opened in May of 2018. The building dates back to the 1930s but went under a complete renovation. The boutique hotel has 155 guest rooms, event space and a grand ballroom.

Taggart Sorensen Photography, The Eliza Jane
The Eliza Jane Hotel

The Eliza Jane

Located Downtown on Magazine Street, this boutique hotel opened in May of 2018 and spans across nine warehouses. The Daily Picayune was once housed in one of the warehouses, which gives ode to the name, Eliza Jane. It is named after the first woman publisher of a major newspaper, which was the Picayune in the 1800s. It has 196 guest rooms, 50 suites and fun, modern decor. A courtyard, tiled floors and an in-house French Bistro (Couvant) add to the charm.

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Hotel Peter and Paul - Schoolhouse Guestroom

Hotel Peter and Paul

From the outside, you would never guess this was a hotel. Once a church, schoolhouse, convent and rectory, this historic property underwent a major transformation to become a hotel unlike anywhere else. Located in the Marigny, the buildings date back to the 1800s, and the updated decor still exudes old charm. Plaid room interiors, tiled floors, arched ceilings and an outdoor courtyard make this boutique hotel shine.There are 71 rooms, event space, a bar and restaurant and a lounge.