We Offer Unique Accommodations for an Authentic New Orleans Experience

 

New Orleans is such a magical city. Why not find a place to stay that matches? Lucky for you, La Belle Esplanade is here! In order for you to make the most of your stay and enjoy the gorgeous Treme neighborhood, we offer five beautiful suites. They all boast a very personal and eclectic style representing the uniqueness of New Orleans, while still offering unparalleled comfort and modern amenities. 

Each theme was carefully selected and developed. After all, it’s all about the details! Every room embraces one aspect of the city, whether it’s seafood, the beautiful blooming flowers you can find all around town, French culture, the Mississippi River, or even Clio, the Goddess of Peace (whose statue watches over La Belle Esplanade from the park across the street). One thing is for sure: Each of these five suites is a getaway of its own!

If you’re looking for the ultimate New Orleans experience in an original and comfortable setting, look no further than our suites. Explore all five below and start planning your stay today!

 


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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

Nature lovers and romantics will feel at home right away in our Clio suite. The whimsical pink and turquoise rooms with their purple ceilings make the perfect setting for planning

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Les Pêches

Les Pêches is one of our newest second-floor suites that has been redecorated to reflect the city’s love for all things seafood. The Gulf of Mexico is 100 miles away,

La France Bedroom

La France

This suite is where speeches are inspired, camaraderie is declared, and l’amour is the order of the day. After all, what would New Orleans be without its French influence? The

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Le Pelican

This second-floor, two-room suite is the most private and quiet of our accommodations. Its long balcony peeks through the oleander tree in our neighbor’s backyard. The tree blooms two or