Bourbon Orleans Hotel
This striking gray building was originally built in 1817 but it was not until 1964 when the ancient ballroom turned convent has undergone a complete renovation and transformed into the now iconic Bourbon Orleans Hotel that still exudes that classic elegance highlighted by contemporary décor and deep colored walls interior. Choose to stay at their French Quarter balcony suites for the traditional New Orleans breakfast or prefer a secluded haven in rooms facing the courtyard.
Two great New Orleans landmarks – Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral – are located just adjacent to this historic building. Also nearby are historic establishments, world-class restaurants, antique shops, galleries, and boutiques. Come nighttime, restaurants and bars offer live jazz music and signature cocktails that is sure to sweep all worries away. Bourbon New Orleans is definitely a perfect haven for the modern traveler.