• A Two-Night Stay for Two, Sundays through Thursdays, in a Luxury Room ($289) or Grand Room ($318)
• Or, a Two, Night Stay for Two, Thursdays through Sundays, in a Luxury Room ($329) or Grand Room ($359)
• $25 Dining Credit
• 50% Discount on Daily Valet Parking
• Discounts at Select Magazine Street Shops
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Four Nights
Tennessee Williams once said that there are only three cities in the United States: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. What do they have in common? For one, a unique cultural richness embodied by the cities' historic architecture, their obsession with food, and their dedication to the arts. It's a trio that inspires romance, a sense of timelessness and ambience that lends these places an air of inimitable authenticity. And so it is in New Orleans, a place that isn't so much stuck in the past as it is a tribute to its roots—good food, good drink, and good times, among them. Laissez les bon temps rouler, indeed.
Rated one of the "Top 50 Large City Hotels in the US and Canada" by Travel + Leisure in 2011, Loews New Orleans Hotel furnishes a vibrant backdrop for your N'awlins reveries. "Swanky. Ooh-la-la. These are the words that spring to mind as you enter the stylish Loews hotel," says Frommer's. "It's a sharp-dressed combo of modern and moderne, with judiciously applied sprinkles of New Orleans flavor. Whatever it is, we are quite smitten."
While Grand Rooms come complete with ten-foot ceilings, four fixture baths, and cushy beds—perfect for lounging—the action-packed French Quarter beckons just three blocks away. Filled with sidewalk cafés and offbeat galleries, the neighborhood is unfiltered bohemian and historically authentic.
After exploring the Quarter, where those seeking beguiling history and joie de vivre in a glass will find a refreshing blend of both, finish your fantastical furlough at the hotel's restaurant and bar. Enjoy Louisiana shrimp and okra gumbo or sample bacon-crusted oysters at Café Adelaide, then toast your meal with innovative cocktails like the Wild Magnolia—Plymouth gin, St. Germain, lemon, and house-made magnolia bitters—at Swizzle Stick Bar, by the Commanders Palace Family of Restaurants.
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