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This modern hotel features an avant-garde Living Room lobby and guest rooms inspired by the city's jazz and tarot traditions.
The renovated W in the French Quarter marries urban chic with traditional Vieux Carré architecture in a stellar location. Spacious rooms done in jazz or tarot themes are decked out with bold art and extras like Bliss bath products, 40-inch flat-screen TVs with connectivity for streaming from your devices, iPod docking stations, Tivoli radios, dual-line phones, W MixBar mini-bars, pillow-top mattresses and goose-down duvets. Rooms facing the courtyard and central pool are popular with those who want to take in the hotel's social scene, while others prefer to gaze out onto the French Quarter. The latter view is lovely, removed from the busy traffic on Chartres Street.
Sophisticated barflies gather at SoBou, where cocktails incorporate Cajun spiced rum, homemade apricot jam and other tempting ingredients. This experience paves the way to SoBou's dramatically lit dining room for chef Juan Carlos Gonzalez’ playful menu of modern Creole bites such as airy cracklings with pimento cheese fondue and smoky baby back ribs served with a side of sweet-and-spicy ghost pepper cotton candy. A fitness center, business center and welcoming Living Room round out the many reasons this W is a top choice for both leisure and business travelers.
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