Step inside and your first impression may be of the hotel’s discretion.
The hotel, a registered historic landmark, re-opened in 2011 as a Rosewood Hotel after an extensive renovation and is still favoured as a celeb haunt.
While Mont Rochelle’s vibe is relaxed and rural, playful yet sophisticated decor makes clear that this isn’t your grandmother’s country manor.
This is the kind of place where Bacchus, the Roman God of Wine, would go to relax.
The Duniway is charming, centrally-located, and thoughtfully redesigned—a warm home for any visit to the City of Roses.
If you’re a guest at the Towers, a dip in the frothy indigo waters isn’t the lure. The fishing is.
Should Bourbon Street leave you seeking a change in pace, take a 10-minute walk southwest into the city’s quieter—but emerging—Warehouse District, and check yourself into the Ace Hotel New Orleans.
For solitude seekers, the island’s Robinson Crusoe siren call is irresistible.
A stylish reimagining of the classic cabin-in-the-woods retreat.