Boutique New Orleans hotel found close to the French District
Located in downtown New Orleans, just a short walk from the French Quarter, the Royal St Charles Hotel New Orleans is a boutique hotel that offers comfortable accommodation suitable for both leisure and business travelers.
The 3-star establishment combines the picturesque and quaint boutique atmosphere with modern amenities and conveniences designed to offer a fuss-free and enjoyable stay.
The property features 143 guestrooms, each of which includes contemporary furnishings and a private en-suite bathroom, the latter of which includes complimentary bath amenities.
In-room conveniences include safe, telephone (with unlimited continental and local calls), cable television, coffeemaker, hairdryer, and wireless internet access.The hotel also includes a fitness center and a lounge/bar. Additional services include 24-hour concierge, valet parking, and valet dry cleaning.
Business travelers to New Orleans will also find that the Royal St. Charles Hotel offers suitable accommodation. As well as providing a number of business services, including copying and faxing, the hotel also houses 4,200 square feet of meeting space.
The hotels four meeting rooms are ideal for a variety of events, from intimate board meetings to larger conference style events. The largest of these four rooms can accommodate up to 288 delegates. The Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is also accessible from the Royal St. Charles.
The Royal St Charles Hotel New Orleansis suitably positioned to offer excellent access for leisure tourists also. Many of the favored New Orleans sites are within walking distance of the hotel, whilst the St. Charles Avenue Street Car Line offers excellent links to those sites a little further away.
The famed French Quarter is just a few minutes walk away. Including such famed addresses as Bourbon Street, Canal Street, and Jackson Square, this is a popular district for the majority of tourists visiting New Orleans, LA.
Jackson Square features some of the citys oldest, yet most impressive, buildings, including the St. Louis Cathedral. The square itself, which is designated a National Historic Landmark, is picturesque and a fine location to enjoy a quiet afternoon.
Bourbon Street is anything but quiet. Its along this famed street that many tourists stop to enjoy a drink in a bar or a meal at one of the many restaurants (which serve diverse cuisine). Those that stop often stay a while also. The lively locale has a vibrant atmosphere rich on color and music. Of course, that famed New Orleans Jazz is the sound of choice.
The banks of the Mississippi also provide a popular destination. Visitors can enjoy one of the riverside parks or restaurants, or even venture out on to the waters for a boat trip. The S.S. Natchez offers steamboat tours, which can include dining onboard.
New Orleans, Louisiana also features a number of more contemporary attractions. These include the Louisiana Superdome and New Orleans Arena, home to the Saints football and Hornets basketball teams respectively.
Other popular city destinations include the many museums, the Aquarium of the Americas, and Harrahs Casino, all of which can be readily accessed from the Royal St Charles Hotel New Orleans.