Queen & Crescent Hotel
Historic lodgings geared for group travelers.
This boutique hotel originally housed the Queen & Crescent Railroad, which ran from Cincinnati to New Orleans. The $12 million sunk into its renovations is evident in its sleek lobby, exposed brick walls, restored Renaissance Revival architecture and original artwork in common areas and guest rooms. The sophisticated style is more practical than romantic, though, and the hotel therefore primarily attracts conventioneers and corporate travelers. The staff is well-trained to arrange group events such as golf outings, music shows and swamp tours. Meeting rooms and banquet facilities can accommodate up to 1,300. Guests will find a solid selection of standard amenities in their rooms, as well as bathrobes, mini-bars and fax and modem access. There is a bar/lounge for unwinding on the premises. A $9.95 daily charge includes access to the 24-hour fitness center, Wi-Fi and a light continental breakfast. As is true for most hotels in New Orleans, rates can rise drastically during Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest and other high-volume weekends.
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