About the Hotel
Welcome to The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans, where world-renowned Southern hospitality and historic charm meets contemporary comforts and modern luxury. Located at the end of the legendary Canal Street, The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans boasts a prime location for festivities and fun in the famed French Quarter. Featuring a lavish 25,000 square foot destination spa with 22 treatment rooms, two expansive ballrooms, and a multitude of thoughtfully appointed rooms and suites, including an opulent Club Level, the premier hotel of New Orleans continues to uphold the values and exceed expectations of its distinguished name. Beautifully decorated to embody the spirit of the antebellum South, rooms and suites feature vibrant jewel tones and plush neoclassical furnishings, including feather beds, duvet covers, and goose down, non-allergenic foam pillows. The grandeur of the setting continues into the bathrooms, with pristine Italian marble baths, and sumptuous terry-cloth bathrobes, creating an en-suite style spa in every room.
Tiered chandeliers, glistening crystal, and antique-style décor line luxuriant hallways and common areas of this handsome hideaway in the busy city, while unsurpassed service, and stellar amenities such as limousine, babysitting, and overnight complimentary shoe shine service make The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans the crème de la crème in the domain of luxury accommodations. When the time comes to dine, feast your eyes and your palate on the best the city has to offer. Named for the hotel's headline performer, Davenport Lounge transforms from a refined setting for afternoon tea during the day, to a swanky cocktail lounge with live music during balmy Louisiana evenings. Mingle with the locals and guests alike at M Bistro, the hotel's signature dining venue. Nibble on nosh that is distinctly New Orleans with a hint of gastronomic flair, from Bananas Fosters French Toast to Jambalaya Fritters, and Cajun Benedict. With a name as iconic as Ritz-Carlton, rest assured, you are in for the royal treatment in Louisiana's Crescent City.