W New Orleans - French Quarter

At the W New Orleans - French Quarter, guests are treated to a luxury stay while the spirit and rhythm of New Orleans puts a beat in their step. Explore the cobblestone streets of one of the most famous areas in New Orleans with its museums, traditional foods, voodoo charms, shopping and jazzy beats in historic Jackson Square.

The W New Orleans - French Quarter offers guests a selection of services such as a pet friendly policy, an outdoor courtyard, swimming pool and concierge services that can provide almost anything that guests may desire. The hotel for travelers in town for the famous Mardi Gras festivities, or year round guests who come to soak up the historic atmosphere that is New Orleans. Photo: Photo: W New Orleans - French Quarter

»Rooms & Suites

Rooms & Suites

The W New Orleans - French Quarter has six room categories that are able to sleep two or four guests. All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi, have amazing views and are equipped with mini bars. Beds in the rooms are pillow tops with down bedding including pillows and duvets covered in 350 thread count sheets. The hotel also provides hypoallergenic pillows when requested from the W Pillow Menu. In the bathroom all guests will find a selection of Bliss® products and a hairdryer as well as robes.

The Wonderful Room sleeps four guests and is a mixture of eye popping design elements and the hotel's Whatever/Whenever® style of service. The rooms look out over the Vieux Carre or the courtyard, and guests are surrounded by a jazz or tarot decor scheme that is heavily inspired by the mystery that is New Orleans.

The Wonderful Room sleeps four guests and is a mixture of eye popping design elements and the hotel's Whatever/Whenever® style of service. The rooms look out over the Vieux Carre or the courtyard, and guests are surrounded by a jazz or tarot decor scheme that is heavily inspired by the mystery that is New Orleans.

The two-sleeper Spectacular Room exudes the warm energy of New Orleans with its jazz themed decor. This room is laid out in a penthouse style and is equipped with a 40 inch television and a mini bar. For those who need a bit more luxury, the Fabulous Room with Balcony offers views of New Orleans, while the room itself sets the tone with golden jazzy hues and all standard amenities.

Providing extra space and a touch of real extravagance, the Mega Room has a sitting area with a 40 inch television. Get cosy in a cotton robe and take advantage of the amenities available - these can be tailored to create a stay made specifically for individual guests. In the fantastic suite, space is even more improved with a separate sitting area and a bedroom. The design is heavily inspired by the musical history of New Orleans with golden tones and light blue hues.

Situated apart from the main building, the Studio Suites have oversized bedrooms as well as a private balcony. Guests are treated to their own hot tub and a selection of amenities available at their discretion. To access these suites, simply stroll through the European courtyard and step into real privacy. The suites are equipped with a mini bar and the signature jazz decor scheme that prevails in the hotel.

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In terms of room service W New Orleans - French Quarter has its guests covered with their signature Whatever/Whenever® service. At the push of a button guests can call up the concierge service and order anything they need, from food to clothes and even advice on the latest events happening on Bourbon Street.

When it comes to dining, the hotel has the market cornered on spirited dining at SoBou - a member of the The Commander's Family of Restaurants. Here drinks are created by a seasoned bar chef while dining takes the form of real Louisiana street food in a contemporary Creole saloon setting. The main focus of the restaurant is on the cocktails, with custom-made elixirs available in addition to the existing menu.

The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with a menu boasting reimagined classics like Beignets served with a chicory coffee ganache. One of the unique features of the restaurant is the self-serve beer and wine dispenser as well its signature BarPreneur Friday lunches. Here local entrepreneurs and business persons are invited to get advice from a veteran entrepreneur who will provide honest advice about starting a business.

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W New Orleans - French Quarter is an ideal space for intimate gatherings, meetings and small weddings. In the wrought iron courtyard guests are afforded access to more than 735 square feet of outdoor space amid a French atmosphere with an eye-catching fountain that can serve as the centerpiece to any event.

For upcoming nuptials, the hotel offers more than just a stunning venue to be wed in. Couples are treated to a bevy of pre-wedding indulgences like spa treatments, bachelor and bachelorette parties as well as a rehearsal dinner.

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Step into the Fit Fitness Center located at W New Orleans - French Quarter for a heart rate raising and muscle toning workout. The centre has a vast selection of equipment including weights, stationary bikes, treadmills as well as yoga mats and jump ropes. The hotel can also provide guests with a personal trainer and the gym can be accessed 24/7 by guests. There are also fitness classes available for those who need a little extra motivation.

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»Eco-Friendly Features

Eco-Friendly Features

W New Orleans - French Quarter is dedicated to being green and as such they offer a rewards program for guests who take the journey to being eco-friendly with them. For each day that a guest declines housekeeping, they are rewarded with 500 points in the hotel's Starpoints system. These points may be redeemed against future stays at other Starpoint hotels in future. By declining housekeeping services, guests are able to contribute to saving water and reduce the use of harmful chemicals.

The hotel also offers the W living room - a welcoming and cosy space where guests are invited to mingle and unwind with a drink and a view of the Vieux Carre. The living area extends to the outside courtyard, and creates the ideal snapshot of the Big Easy's spirit and warm culture in a microcosmic space.

The hotel also has a regularly updated roster of events and happenings. An example of this is their "Dive-in-Movies", where summer thrillers are played while guests and visitors to the hotel get wet in the pool. There is also a drinking round table hosted once a month where a poem or short story serves as inspiration for the night's cocktail and reading.

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»Plan This Vacation

Plan This Vacation

New Orleans is known for its easy spirit, mystery, history, friendly citizens (it was voted as one of the friendliest cities in the USA) and nightlife - just think Mardi Gras and parades of floats and beads at the annual festival. Steeped in rich history and a true amalgamation of cultures, the city is the birthplace of myth and mystery. In the heart of all this is the French Quarter, a bustling and lively scene bursting with galleries, bistros and shopping experiences. As the home of the W New Orleans - French Quarter, this area is an example of pristine architecture that exudes the history of New Orleans. Guests can take a tour of the area as guides tell tales of haunted mansions, and after that stop in at a famous restaurant for world-class cuisine.

An interesting stop in the French Quarter is the Archdiocesan Archives - a vast collection of records that are meticulously kept and that serve as a magnifying glass for New Orleans history. For the ultimate in provincial shopping, guests can head to the New Orleans' French Market. This is one of the oldest markets in the area and is a mixture of distinctly New Orleans style and European market atmosphere. For guests who prefer the arts, the Le Petit Theatre is a community theatre operates continually and can be traced back all the way to 1916; stop in for a show and support the local arts scene.

As the city is known for its culinary scene, visitors can take home some of the gastronomic magic that is New Orleans with a class at the New Orleans School of Cooking. The classes take place in a renovated warehouse dating back to the 1800's. Here real Louisiana cuisine is the star as Gumbo, Pralines and the distinct seasoning skills of a creole chef is taught to patrons.

One the most classic images of New Orleans is a riverboat letting off some steam along the coast. Visitors can hop aboard the Steamboat Natchez and set sail. Evening cruises are highly recommended as this is where the jazzy spirit of the Big Easy is shown off.

The beauty of New Orleans is that it is never short on entertainment - whether it is a trio of street musicians performing on a corner or simply taking in the sights of historic building and unique sculpture gardens in the city. Simply strolling through the Big Easy, visitors will find hidden spots, secret jazz cafes, and friendly faces amid the thick history that blankets the mysterious city.

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