New Orleans is for Lovers

Like a breeze in summer, New Orleans is for lovers.

Humans make illogical decisions.  That’s why New Orleans exists.  You aren’t New Orleans’ friend.  New Orleans is for lovers.

Find out why the most lovingest lovers in this whole loving world fall in love with New Orleans.  It’s a loving city.  New Orleans is made for lovers the way pizza is made for pepperoni.  Life in New Orleans is a savory mix of ingredients expertly assembled and baked at high temperature.  Life in New Orleans is neat, sweet, and complete.

Nothing is like New Orleans, even the fire department!
New Orleans Fire Department in the Central Business DIstict.


If you are not in love with New Orleans, you have a heart as small as the Grinch’s.  If you find noble sentiment in New Orleans, you have a sense of justice like Atticus Finch’s.  No day is dull in New Orleans.  No day is too long.  Every day in New Orleans is too short to contain all the love that is born here.  New Orleans is a cornucopia of love.

New Orleans is for lovers who are in love with the idea of being in love.  There are two types of people: those who love New Orleans, and those who are in love with New Orleans.  They often find they share common interests.  The most interesting thing in New Orleans is the city itself.  Everything else is gravy.  Everything else is a gravy of love.

Feeling groovy is the usual way to get through a New Orleans day.  There is something in the very air here that makes a person feel goofily, giddily foolish.  They sometimes call it puppy love.  Sometimes, they call it a crush.  If wine is involved, they call it a grape crush.  New Orleans is for lovers.

Everyone loves New Orleans!
Painting in our lobby at La Belle Esplanade.



Whoever you are, New Orleans will always be faithful and true to you.  If you are looking to visit New Orleans like a New Orleanian and get in on a secret, there is only one place to stay.  You are on the right website.

À votre santé,

La Belle Esplanade

…ranked the #1 inn in New Orleans and in Louisiana, the #3 inn in the U.S., the #17 place to stay in the whole world.

Friday, February 23, 2018: It rained a little and then the sun came out.  It’s out now.  The streets are sparkling with wet like paths strewn with diamond dust.  Every day in New Orleans is a good day.  It’s no wonder people love it here.