Most Elegant Hotels in New Orleans' French Quarter
You’ve toured Jackson Square, savored beignets at Café du Monde and taken in jazz on Bourbon Street. Now it’s time to kick back in the French Quarter’s most elegant hotels.Filed under:
Located on Bourbon Street, in the heart of the French Quarter, this property offers a mix of Big Easy flair with European sophistication. The Sonesta’s big standout is its menu: Upon rising, enjoy a lap in one of the outdoor pools, then a traditional brunch of red beans and rice, or a roast beef po’ boy sandwich, alongside additional menu options such as French bouillabaisse, Spanish zarzuela and Tuscan cacciucco.
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