Henry Howard Hotel New Orleans: 5 Fabulous Reasons To Stay At NOLA's Latest Hotspot
Are you traveling to New Orleans soon and wondering where to stay?
A historic double gallery townhouse has recently been reimagined into a luxury boutique hotel, Henry Howard Hotel, in the city's Garden District. The structure dates back to 1867 and was designed by renowned architect Henry Howard.
The hotel boasts 18 guest rooms featuring some with balcony access, a parlor for cocktails and a backyard garden to relax. The environment will make you feel as though you are staying at a friends and the interior is the ideal melding of Southern tradition and modernity.
Discover our 5 fabulous reasons why you need to book your reservation at the charming Henry Howard Hotel!
The hotel was built by esteemed nineteenth-century New Orleans architect Henry Howard, this original double gallery townhouse mansion favors beautiful Greek revival architecture that boasts Corinthian columns and gorgeous galleries with walk-through windows, flooding each room with natural light.
2. Contemporary Southern Decor
Hunter Mabry Design honors architect Henry Howard's traditional historic elements while creating a modern and inviting space. Each room has a curated mix of vintage and custom-designed furniture, second line instruments, and commissioned local artwork. A New Orleans-inspired toile wallpaper (created by illustrator Lauren Kolesinskas and graphic designer Kathleen Fitzgerald) is showcased in every bedroom, incorporating fun New Orleans elements such as The Henry Howard Hotel, the steamboat, and St. Charles streetcar with New Orleans specific characters Marie Laveau, Louis Armstrong, a second line band, Henry Howard, the state's bird and more.
3. Service, service, service
Just read the TripAdvisor reviews; everyone loves the hotel's staff! The service-focused boutique hotel goes above and beyond to make sure the needs of each guest are met before, during and after their stay.
4. Tasty Cocktails
Refreshing summer cocktails like the Lemon-H and Watermelon Refresher are available in the Parlor Thursday through Sunday. Guests and locals alike can enjoy them in the Parlor, on the front porch or take them to-go and stroll the neighborhood.
Experience New Orleans like a local by staying in the Garden District and discovering oak-lined St. Charles Street (and streetcar) and all the local shops, bars, art, antiques and restaurants that Magazine Street has to offer. And even Beyonce and Jay-Z recently purchased a house in the neighborhood!