In New Orleans, you can stay in rooms once enjoyed by Tennessee Williams, Elvis, William Faulkner and Ernest Hemingway. You can have breakfast where John James Audubon once painted his bird studies. Or check into a hotel where jazz greats Louis Armstrong and Louis Prima once performed for guests. These walls don’t just talk, they sing.
Some visitors to New Orleans want a balcony, courtyard or poolside view. Others want a view into the past. If you’re looking for a hotel with bellhops in top hats and a grand lobby with a sweeping staircase – a hotel where every room key comes with a great old story -- search here.