Unique Hotel Accommodations in the Authentic New Orleans

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Les Fleurs

This suite’s bedroom walk-through window opens to a front porch with a view of tranquil Esplanade Avenue and Gayarre Park.

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Clio

The park across the street from our inn has a stature of Clio.  She is Goddess of Peace and Genius of History.  Clio is pronounced KLEYE-oh here, not KLEE-oh.  If you mispronounce words

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Les Pêches

The Gulf of Mexico is 100 miles away but this is a port city intimately connected to the sea and to seafood.  You haven’t tasted an oyster until you’ve had

La France Bedroom

La France

The French refer to their flag as the Tricolour.  They don’t call it their Red, White and Blue.  To them, it’s the Blue, White and Red.  Freedom (liberté) is blue. 

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Le Pelican

Where New Orleans sits on the map was originally a swamp.  While the city has fought for 300 years for its toehold on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River,