Opened in March 2016, Ace Hotel New Orleans has quickly become one of the most eclectic boutique hotels in NOLA, United States. The 4-star hotel occupies an Art Deco building in the Warehouse District, just steps away from the French Quarter. Built in 1928, the nine-story building was previously the home to Barnett’s Furniture. The historic facade has been largely preserved, while the interior is reimagined by architect Eskew+Dumez+Ripple.
Led by New York design studio Roman and Williams, Ace Hotel New Orleans is designed meticulously with a vintage aesthetic. The firm took inspiration from the history and culture of New Orleans. As you walk inside the lobby, you will discover a deep brown and green palette alongside antique furniture, jacquard carpets, and hand-curated artwork. The space is highly reminiscent of an up-scale antique store with different unique gems and objects.
Ace Hotel New Orleans boasts 234 distinct guest rooms and suites (multiple accessible rooms available). They embraces a contemporary black and wooden design that is chic and sleek. Much like the open areas, you will find vintage-inspired furnishing, complemented by industrial style windows and lightings. Each room feature plush bedding with black linens, a ceramic tiled bathroom, uka toiletries, local artwork, a TV, free internet access, and more. The hotel is also pet-friendly, so feel free to bring along your four-legged friend.
Amenities & Dining
A notable highlight of Ace Hotel New Orleans include its stunning rooftop pool, surrounded by plush loungers and lush greeneries. Feel free to go for a relaxing swim or get a sunbath. You can also grab some drinks or snacks from the rooftop bar just beside the pool. Besides, you will have access to a 24-hour gym with different machines and free weights.
Culinary experience is another big part of the hotel, with multiple dining & drinking venues located in-house. For instance, Josephine Estelle is an Osteria led by award-winning chefs Andy Ticer & Michael Hudman. It showcases sophisticated Italian dishes with heavy emphasis on seasonal ingredients. On the other hand, Seaworthy is a nostalgic oyster bar that specializes in locally sourced seafood and handcrafted cocktails.
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