Queen Anne Garden District Hotel – The Queen Anne dates back to 1890 and has been restored featuring the original architectural designs. You will find beautiful four posted beds, chandeliers and marble bathrooms. The Queen Anne also offers modern conveniences as microwaves, coffee makers and personal safes. This hotel is for adults only and you need to be at least 25 years old to stay at the Queen Anne. The Green King Room, Treehouse Room and the Twin Suite are among the options for this grand hotel. This hotel is located just blocks from St. Charles Street with its restaurants, attractions and nightlife.
Hotel Indigo – The Indigo Hotel is a new luxury boutique hotel built in 2012 with outstanding architectural design and modern conveniences you would expect at an upscale hotel. The rooms include plush bedding and spa type bathrooms. This hotel has an on-site restaurant and fitness studio. The Indigo is just a short ride to the French Quarter in one direction and uptown attractions such as the Audubon Zoo in the other direction. During carnival season you can watch the Mardi Gras pass by the hotel or go out and join the celebration. The Indigo Hotel is located on St. Charles Street in the midst of activities.
Clarion Grand Boutique –This hotel has 44 junior suites which set over the premier Copeland’s restaurant. The Clarion is decorated in modern style with beautiful arches and art prints. Eight of the suites have Jacuzzi with recessed mood lighting. All of the suites include a sitting area with queen-size sleeper sofas. Guests can order room service from the Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro which serves American food and its signature cheesecake. The Clarion is close to attractions in the Garden District and the French Quarter. This hotel is situated on the St. Charles streetcar line which makes the Clarion an ideal location for sightseers.
These hotels located in the Garden District are close to restaurants, tours, entertainment and beautiful mansions with breathtaking gardens. These three hotels are just a sample of what the Garden District has to offer for vacationers.
The Garden District is just one of the memorable parts of New Orleans. For more information visit our website at New Orleans Tour Center or call us at(504)533-4544. We will be happy to provide more information and assist you in planning a trip.
Author: Erich Roeseler