4.5
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What We Love

  • Weekly live jazz and by-the-glass bubbly at the Davenport Lounge
  • The magnolia-infused Swedish massage at the Spa
  • Modern NOLA fare at M Bistro

What To Know

  • Pets under 40 pounds are welcome with a non-refundable fee of $150 per stay
  • Valet parking is available for $40 per night
  • WiFi costs $12.95 per day

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

All the charm of a Garden District mansion, a short stumble from Bourbon Street

The Lowdown

This elegant New Orleans mainstay serves up southern hospitality and French Quarter character right alongside the quintessential Bourbon Street bustle. The spa sprawls over 25,000 square feet with 22 treatments rooms, while a NOLA antique collection sets a decidedly old south scene. Vibrant jewel tones lend a festive vibe in the rooms with neoclassical-style furniture, marble bathrooms and specially commissioned artwork. Both the Davenport Lounge (with Wednesday jazz) and M Bistro (with a southern tour of farm-to-table flavors) attract tourists and locals alike.

In the Area

Start your day with creative crepes (like duck confit with apple and balsamic reduction) at Merchant cafe. Head over to Congo Square at Louis Armstrong Park for grassy lounging scored by street jazz. Then get ready for more good eating, from down-and-dirty po’ boys at Verti Marte to duck confit beignets at SoBou to the boozy 25-cent martini lunches at the landmark Commander’s Palace. Ditch the Bourbon Street mess in favor of nights spent chilling to live music in the backyard of wine bar Bacchus or hitting up the jazz clubs—Spotted Cat, dba—on Frenchmen Street.

How to Get There

The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans
921 Canal St
New Orleans, LA 70112 United States

Reviews

Amazing Staff!
SageGirl2015

This property has been in a Redux but it is now stunning! Although I was in a sleeping room that had not been remodeled, I did get a tour of them....and WOW!!!! I was here to attend a conference and I can’t say enough about how helpful and efficient the entire staff was for the week! Front desk are all very helpful and so polite! The Banquet Staff, the Events Staff and the PSAV staff are all FIRST Rate!!!! We were not the biggest group there during the week but wow did they treat us like royalty! Want to give a shout out to some special folks at the Ritz. Ashley Gervais our event manager was SUPER SPECIAL!!! Event Concierges: Nikki Lynch and Michelle McCuen are very efficient and professional. The Banquet Servers took EXCELLENT care of us: Deunker, Andrea J, Marisol B, Iana F, Tom L, Patricia T, Montreal B, Kevin G, Amy L, Hoang L, Cari C and Juan R!!! The banquet captains : Evelyn Vela and Craig Campbell run an awesome department with grace! PSAV: Travis G, Dwayne B, Paul D, Mike C and Brain G were super professional and efficient.
FANTASTIC week because of these folks!!!! THANKS a million!!!!

Excellent otel
Journey24222239571

This hotel was more than I could expect! Customer service was A+ in addition to our beautiful room, we dined in the club area. Food was fresh and people welcoming. I would definitely recommend the Ritz-Carlton New Orleans for future visits. Its in the heart of New Orleans so as soon as you step out you can find whatever you are looking for. We were able to get information for sightseeing tours right in the lobby.

great location
774leeb

the best hotel in NOLA great staff easy to get in and out and has beautiful and clean rooms and suites. Love the 24 hr room service...its quick and food is excellent
The spa services are excellent and the spa store has everything anyone would need to address skin and comfort issues.