Omni Royal Orleans, New Orleans

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The longest continuously operating hotel in the United States, the Omni Parker House has been a Boston landmark since 1855. It has hosted every American president since Ulysses S. Grant, as well as meetings of the Saturday Club, whose literary members famously intertwined their history with that of the hotel’s. Here, Longfellow drafted Paul Revere’s Ride, and Charles Dickens gave his first American reading of A Christmas Carol. Today, this magnificent property is an upscale hotel featuring first-class amenities throughout, 551 luxurious guestrooms and suites, three dining options, and 23,000 square feet of event space. Ideally located on Boston’s Freedom Trail, it offers the perfect blend of historic charm and modern-day conveniences.
Image of Guestroom Interior, Omni Royal Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1843, Member of Historic Hotels of America, Location Map

Location Map

Discover Bourbon Street, Preservation Hall, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, St. Louis Cathedral, and Jackson Square moments away.

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Discover

Discover the European grand façade of the Omni Royal Orleans, New Orleans.

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Explore

Explore the French Quarter and wander down Bourbon Street.

Image of Grand Salon Ballroom, Omni Royal Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1843, Member of Historic Hotels of America, Experience

Experience

Experience the “Birthplace of Jazz” and enjoy a concert at the historic Preservation Hall.

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Taste

Taste the culinary history of The Rib Room, the signature restaurant of the historic hotel that reportedly invented gumbo.

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