Top Luxury Hotels Near Bourbon Street in New Orleans

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For a lavish stay in New Orleans, indulge in a luxury hotel near Bourbon Street.

The southern hospitality is friendly and warm, and a weekend at the best five-star hotels will make your trip to New Orleans unforgettable.

I’ve traveled to New Orleans at least five times and each experience is like “Laissez les bon temps rouler”!

There is no better place to let the good times roll than the luxurious hotels near Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

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With tourist attractions like Bourbon Street, the French Market, and the annual Mardi Gras celebrations, why not book a hotel in the historic French Quarter?

Here are a few places that I recommend to first-time visitors to NOLA. I loved the locations and amenities.

And if you are a fan of southern foods, New Orleans serves some of the best restaurants in the French Quarter.

I have another great idea for your stay! Book a cocktail and brunch crawl for delicious drinks and dishes while you stroll about and take in the views of the Mississippi River.

But first, let me tempt you with a stay in these star hotels near Bourbon St.

The Roosevelt New Orleans, a Waldorf-Astoria Hotel

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The Roosevelt New Orleans

Toby WerrbachToby Werrbach
17:59 08 Apr 24
Beautiful place.... butcommode seat looseno working ice machines... maid knew to bring ice.drawers in the chest rode on top of each other... hard to openDON'T look out the window.... lot of grime.
Joe LeischnerJoe Leischner
22:12 07 Apr 24
Beautiful hotel! The Roosevelt definitely exudes vintage luxury.
Heath VinceHeath Vince
02:39 07 Apr 24

We elevated our travel experience with a stay at one of the prestigious hotels near Bourbon Street and Canal Street.

From the moment we walked through the doors, we knew we would be in for a memorable time at the Roosevelt Hotel New Orleans Waldorf Astoria.

The hotel combines modern services with the old-world decor perfectly designed for business and leisure travelers.

The Roosevelt has over 500 luxurious rooms and suites ideal for a family, couple, or girl’s weekend to New Orleans.

Roosevelt is home to the world-famous French Quarter (Bourbon Street is just one block away) and is conveniently within walking distance of the Canal Street Trolley, the Garden District Trolley, the Superdome, Harrah’s Casino, and the New Orleans Convention Center.

Shopping is within a 5-minute walk and you’ll encounter upscale clothing and accessories at Canal Place.

As one can expect from any five-star hotel in New Orleans, we enjoyed all the benefits and services of this luxurious property from luxurious linen beds, in-room refreshment centers, to bathrobes, and laptop-friendly safes.

Facilities included a pool where we could take a dip and relax on a hot, sunny day. On hot days, you should expect to see lots of children.

Parking is easy (there is a self-park garage across the street) or treat yourself to valet services.

The entrance on Roosevelt Way showcases a distinctive timepiece robed with beauty amidst crystal chandeliers, gilt walls, mosaic tiled floors, and coffered ceilings.

A visit to the Domenica restaurant, Sazerac Bar, or Fountain Lounge is a must for food and libations.

The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans

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The Ritz Carlton

The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans
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Naeha HaridasaNaeha Haridasa
20:41 09 Apr 24
We stayed at the Ritz Carlton from March 25-27th while we were in town for a conference. The hotel was okay, the best part was the service by Kevin. Kevin MAKES this hotel the amazing experience that it is. He greated us with a smile every single day, offered us beverages and asked to know more about us. If I come back to New Orleans, I would be sure to stay at this hotel to see Kevin again.
Hardik PatelHardik Patel
09:03 09 Apr 24
Stayed here for my wife’s birthday. The restaurant in lobby has live musicians playing on weekends. It was beautiful. In addition they have fresh hot French Beignet in the afternoon. They are better than anywhere else.
Andrew PeppercornAndrew Peppercorn
15:55 07 Apr 24
Our stay at the Ritz-Carlton on Canal Street in New Orleans was outstanding. The hotel's prime location adjacent to the French Quarter was convenient, and the rooms were stunning. The exemplary service from the staff was five-star, making our experience truly exceptional.

The Ritz-Carlton felt like southern decadence from the curb to the couch.

It’s hard to believe this building has existed since the late 1800s and by the attention to detail and luxurious finishes, you would never guess it.

There are so many areas to sit comfortably and enjoy the elegant decor. Luxury best describes the rooms and comfort at this phenomenal property.

The staff is very engaging and supportive of all your needs.

The room and amenities ooze with exceptional tones of indulgence — heavy draperies and fabrics, hardwood floors, and earth-toned marble in a spacious bathroom.

We listened to jazz in the lounge/restaurant amidst dramatic lighting and interior reflected the Ritz-Carlton’s elegance and grandeur.

We loved the beautiful inner courtyard which is open to all the public spaces from the main floor to the top level.

The gym area is expansive with a wide range of equipment from which to choose, like treadmills, Pelotons, and free weights.

There is a pool (but it is rather small) and hot tub for your enjoyment after a tough workout.

Ready to wind down? Spend some time at the spa! We felt the stress and worries fade in the sauna and steam rooms. Then we sat and relaxed with a mimosas and wine.

The next morning, we woke up to a breakfast buffet that added a wow to our morning and the chocolates provided with turndown service were delicious!

The experience is world-class and a stand-out characteristic of the hotel brand.

Windsor Court Hotel

The Windsor Court
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17:38 10 Apr 24
I’ve stayed at many hotels in New Orleans.There is something very special about this one.
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Kris ToweryKris Towery
13:18 06 Apr 24
Truly magnificent! From the rooms, staff, art and location we were very impressed.

When you hear Windsor, the first word that comes to mind is England and the British influence is very clear in every aspect of this boutique hotel.

We absolutely delighted ourselves in the sophisticated ambiance and impeccable hospitality provided at this hotel near Bourbon Street.

Don’t miss the traditional afternoon tea served on Saturdays and Sundays at Le Salon. We loved the tea party and you don’t need to book a room to enjoy it!

Everything from the decor to the artwork will feel delightful. We savored finger sandwiches, biscuits, and crumbly cakes accompanied by a variety of loose-leaf teas.

Another option is the Grill Room where modern American cuisine meets the unique flavors of New Orleans.

The Polo Club Lounge Studio offered an affordable table while the Waterman Poolside Bar has skyline views.

The rooms have amazing views of the city, and the walk to nearby attractions like the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas or the famed Bourbon Street is less than a 10-minutes.

This luxury hotel offered tranquil accommodations amid the French Quarter.

We loved the bedside tables with built-in USB charging ports (so convenient). The plentiful spaces allowed us to stretch out with a sense of cozy comfort.

For leisure time, we indulged our senses in the Italian marble bath, with spa products by Diptyque, then slide into plush slippers that will tempt you into lingering in your bathrobe a little longer.

Map of Luxury Hotels Near Bourbon Street

FAQ about Luxury Hotels Near Bourbon Street

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What hotel do celebrities stay at in New Orleans?

The Roosevelt New Orleans is most popular for celebrities. It sits away from Bourbon Street in a more quiet area.

What is the best section of Bourbon Street?

Upper Bourbon Street is most popular for tourists. It has a concentrated area of nightlife.

Is it better to stay on Bourbon Street or French Quarter?

Yes, if you want to experience the nightlife and restaurants for which New Orleans is famous, stay on Bourbon Street.

Is it better to stay in the French Quarter or downtown New Orleans?

If you want to be near the nightlight or if you are a first-time visitor, stay in the French Quarter. Access to attractions will be much easier.

Where is Jay-Z and Beyonce house in New Orleans?

 1500 block of Harmony Street.

Final Thoughts on Luxury Hotels Near Bourbon Street

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As you can see, there is a nice selection of hotels in New Orleans that are positioned to provide all the comforts of a luxurious property with first-class service.

When planning your visit to New Orleans, booking at one of these luxurious hotels near Bourbon Street can elevate your travel experience to new heights.

These hotels not only offer exquisite accommodations but also provide convenient access to the lively energy and cultural charm of the French Quarter.

When the weather isn’t cooperating, you can explore our list of things to do on a rainy day. There are plenty of great museums, like Mardi Gras World, Mardi Gras Museum, and the Hermann-Grima Hoise. Or if you’re short on time, check out our ultimate one-day itinerary for New Orleans.

Looking for another fabulous hotel near Bourbon Street? Read our review of Hotel Monteleone.

Your journey to the Big Easy awaits—make it extraordinary!

Safe travels.

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  1. New Orleans is one of my top picks for US cities. I loved this article, particularly I loved the Windsor Court hotel! It seems the perfect place to spoil yourself in New Orleans!

    1. Tanya Taylor says:

      Right? They had me at Afternoon Tea 🙂