12 Cool Boutique Hotels in the French Quarter (New Orleans)

From raucous nightlife venues to buzzing jazz clubs and spicy Creole cuisine, there are so many reasons visitors flock to New Orleans year after year. Even if you’re not in town for Mardi Gras or Jazz Fest, there’s always something exciting going on in the Big Easy.

The French Quarter is chock full of historic hotels, cute cottages, and modern boutique hotels. So we’ve created a list of the 12 best hotels in the French Quarter to help you plan your perfect getaway!

One11 Hotel

One11 opened its doors in late-2020 and stands proud as the first new hotel in the French Quarter in five decades. This former sugar factory is set in an 1884 building and is one of the last relics of New Orleans’ historic “Sugar District.”

Hotel Provincial

The Hotel Provincial is one of the best hotels in the French Quarter if you want to stay in one of the area’s famous haunted hotels. If haunted hotel rooms are your thing, definitely book a room in Building #5.

Maison de la Luz

You’ll find yourself swooning the moment you step inside this whimsical, art-filled boutique hotel. With black and white tiled floors, an eclectic mix of velvet chairs and sofas, and trinkets from around the world, the lobby is postcard perfect.

Soniat House

This unique hotel is actually an 1800s home that was reimagined as a 30-room boutique hotel. To top it off, the entire hotel is adorned with amazing antiques collected by the home’s original owners!

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