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Since 1886, Hotel Monteleone has provided luxurious accommodation in New Orleans’ famous French Quarter.
The historic Hotel Monteleone is one of the few family-owned hotels in America. Dating from 1886, shoemaker Antonio Monteteone established the hotel in the French Quarter of New Orleans. This literary landmark has been frequented by famous authors from Hemingway to Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote. Guests experience the decadent grandeur of bygone days including a revolving Carousel Bar. Other highlights include the full-service Aria Spa and the Creollo restaurant serving Creole Cuisine. The rooftop pool is a popular meeting spot above the vibrant streets and sounds of New Orleans.
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From Bourbon Street and the French Market to the Mississippi River just a few blocks away, the Hotel Monteleone enjoys close proximity to an array of things to see and do.
Choose an elegantly-appointed guestroom with amenities such as a Keurig Coffee brewer, in-room safe, refrigerator, high-speed internet access, large high-definition LCD television, plush robes and a luxurious marble and granite bathroom. Alternatively, select a luxury hotel suite or literary author suite. The Ernest Hemingway Suite is a penthouse located in the section of the hotel that once housed the Union Troops. The suite has dual balconies with views of the City and the French Quarter. The master bedroom has one King Bed while the connecting guest room is a preferred room with two double beds. Highlights include a marble and granite bathroom with a Garden tub and separate glass-enclosed shower, a bar, refrigerator, ice maker, portable telephone, high speed internet and other upscale amenities.
Make reservations at the Criollo Restaurant and enjoy fine dining in the heart of the French Quarter. Alternatively, savour a cocktail or craft beer at the only revolving bar in the city in the Carousel Bar & Lounge, frequented by famous authors throughout the ages. Begin the day with a Criollo Omelet served with grilled ham, smoked bacon, Gulf shrimp and Crawfish tails or choose The Big Easy Breakfast Sandwich for a filling start to the day. Lunch is Seafood Gumbo and Reuben and dinner is an exquisite medley of French, Spanish and Louisiana-inspired cuisine. Choose the Butter Fried Semolina Oysters followed by Perdido Pass American Snapper and a side of Grilled Asparagus.
Guests are invited to take part in complimentary yoga classes in partnership with Lulelemon. Take advantage of the views of the French Quarter and the Mississippi River from the treadmill in the state-of-the-art fitness centre, then step out of the hotel and into the vibrant streets of the French Quarter where jazz and bourbon is always on the menu and vintage shopping in antique stores is a fun way to pass the time.
Relax by the poolside at the rooftop pool or check into Spa Aria and enjoy the full complement of spa treatments from facials to massages and rejuvenating body treatments, manicures and pedicures. Select the Five Flowers Illuminating Facial based on an ancestral Balinese Ritual, including a deep pore cleansing and scrub and an infusion of five tropical flowers to create a softened, brightened complexion.
All children are welcome at Hotel Monteleone. There is no capacity for extra beds in the room. The Penthouse Suite is family-friendly with interconnecting rooms.
Book The Ultimate Togetherness Package and savour a decadent 60-minute couples massage, a 60-minute couples facial, dual Ultimate Pedicures coupled with champagne and chocolate strawberries.
In the heart of the French Quarter
Full-Service Spa Aria
The revolving Carousel Bar
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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Approximately 30 minutes from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
Summers are generally hot and humid, although it’s cooler in the mountains. Between April and October the warm weather brings the cities to life, although with relatively mild winters there’s never a bad time to visit.
New Orleans (Louisiana)