Renaissance Arts Hotel
700 Tchoupitoulas St., New Orleans, Louisiana 70130, USA
Luxurious details are key at this artsy hotel in a former warehouse building. A rooftop swimming pool and whirlpool, art gallery in the lobby, and friendly and accommodating front desk staff help make a comfortable and complete stay.
YOU SHOULD KNOW Guest Wi-Fi is only free for Marriott Rewards members; others pay a daily fee.
King sized beds are roomy, and most guest rooms have large factory windows looking out into the street.
Marble vanities and large tiled showers. A fine bathroom.
Lobby chairs and divans are comfortable enough for conversation or a nap.
A special hotel "Navigator" helps guests with suggestions for what to do around town.
A nicely sized pool and whirlpool on a concrete rooftop deck, overlook staggering views of the city.
State-of-the-art fitness machines have personal televisions.
Legacy Kitchen's Craft Tavern, part of a local restaurant group, serves casual American fare. Get your sugar and caffeine fix at New Orleans Coffee & Beignet Company before heading out for the day.
Craft Tavern specializes in fresh Southern specials, like a Moscow Mule with mint, and NOLA classics like the sazerac.
Walk 6 minutes to the streetcar on St. Charles Avenue, which will take you Uptown and to Audubon Park, or toward the French Quarter and CBD.
In a sophisticated, bustling space, Peche (4-minute walk) offers the best of fresh, local seafood. Cochon (6-minute walk) is renowned for its rustic pork and meat dishes, and Cochon Butcher next door serves casual sandwiches of the same high quality.
Locals love to spend all night in the courtyard at Rusty Nail (9-minute walk) and there's often a late night food truck out front. Howlin Wolf (6-minute walk) is a favorite Warehouse District music venue; check their schedule for local music and comedy acts while in town.
WHY WE LIKE IT
Warehouse District architecture makes spaces here airy and bright, where traditional architecture in other parts of town can leave you feeling cramped. You can easily walk to many museums, art galleries, and award-winning restaurants long before you even reach the Quarter.
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