Discover the famed grandfather clock that chimes on the hour in the Hotel Monteleone lobby.

Hotel Monteleone (1886)

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

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New Orleans has attracted a diverse audience of people over the past three centuries. From European to Caribbean cultural influences, the city’s diverse population has gradually created a society unlike any other found throughout the world. The special character of New Orleans materializes in its many historic sites, such as the Garden District, Audubon Park, and St. Charles Avenue. But nowhere is this more apparent than in the city’s French Quarter. Constituting the original Colonial settlement of New Orleans, the French Quarter features an array of exciting cultural destinations—like Bourbon Street and Jackson Square—that captivate the sensational vibrancy of the city’s rich heritage.

Historic Hotels in New Orleans

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Image of hotel exterior and entryway at Bienville House, 1835, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Special Offers, Discounted Rates, Families, Romantic Escape, Honeymoons, Anniversaries, Reunions

Bienville House

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The intimate yet elegant Bienville House, a historic hotel in New Orleans, caters to tourists and corporate travelers alike. The hotel calls to mind a stately French Quarter manor house, with decorative wrought iron balconies and a gracious flagstone courtyard.

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Image of hotel exterior entrance Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue, 1926, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Special Offers, Discounted Rates, Families, Romantic Escape, Honeymoons, Anniversaries, Reunions

Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Located in the heart of Louisiana’s main business district, and just a few minutes from the world-famous French Quarter and Arts District, the Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue hotel is a historic 1920s high-rise hotel boasting stunning architecture and design features.

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Image of Exterior, Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans, Louisiana, 1886, Member of Historic Hotels of America, Special Offers, Discounted Rates, Families, Romantic Escape, Honeymoons, Anniversaries, Reunions

Hotel Monteleone

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Hotel Monteleone is one of the last, great family-owned hotels in America, having been operated by four generations of the Monteleone family over the past century. When it was founded in 1886, Royal Street, on which it sits, was the most fashionable and elegant street in New Orleans.

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Image of Exterior, Le Pavillon Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana, 1907, Member of Historic Hotels of America, Special Offers, Discounted Rates, Families, Romantic Escape, Honeymoons, Anniversaries, Reunions

Le Pavillon Hotel

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Le Pavillon Hotel embraces the true history of one of the nation's most distinct cities. The historic hotel in New Orleans sits on the site of one of the city's first great plantation homes. When this first-generation skyscraper opened in 1907, Le Pavillon Hotel became an instant signature in the historic heart of the Big Easy.

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NOPSI New Orleans

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

One of the city’s newest hotels, the NOPSI New Orleans, is a reflection of the lively culture found just outside its doors, from live entertainment at the regionally inspired Public Service restaurant to the grand lobby, which serves as a music stage. Borrowing from the building’s rich past in the 1920s as the headquarters of the former New Orleans Public Service, Inc., this luxury hotel has been meticulously restored to its former glory.

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Omni Royal Orleans, New Orleans

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

The Omni Royal Orleans is a proud part of history on its legendary site. From the 1830's onward, this single block of the French Quarter has witnessed all that was and is New Orleans. From creole hedonisa to the austerity of the civil war, reconstruction, a sad decline to the rebirth in the modern world.

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