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A collection of historic townhouses and "bachelor quarters" make up this charming hotel with a delightfully secluded vibe amid the excitement of the French Quarter. The main building, which dates to the 1780s, was once home to the apothecary Antoine Amedee Peychaud, who created New Orleans's now-legendary Sazerac cocktail. Elegance and romance abound: tapestry-covered chairs, a fire flickering in the sitting room, and antiques-furnished rooms all contribute to the 19th-century feel. Some rooms are in the former bachelor quarters in the courtyard, others are on the upper floors of the main house, and there's also a two-story suite in the carriage house. Complimentary Wi-Fi and refreshments are added perks.
Hotel Award Winner | 2013