Hilton New Orleans on St Charles Ave

The building of the Hilton New Orleans is a landmark building that was originally built in 1926 as the Masonic Temple; it was the second high-rise to be built in the CBD. The hotel recently underwent renovations and is now the most upscale hotel in Louisiana.

The hotel features chandeliers at the main entrance, the original marble floors and wall and inlay tile ceilings in the Grand Entry Hall which were hand-crafter. There are 250 guest rooms along with 25 dignitary suites and the Grand Suite which features five bedrooms. Each room features a work desk and high speed wireless internet.

Dining at the hotel is available in the world class restaurant and lounge Luke, for breakfast, lunch or dinner; in-room dining is also available from the limited in-room dining menu. Luke is a classic New Orleans Brasserie including hard wood flooring and an old-time belted ceiling. A fitness room and pool is also located within the hotel to help guests relax and have fun. For guests who are travelling with their family, a babysitting service is available with highly trained sitters available.

There is 12,000 square feet of flexible function space available at the hotel which can host corporate board meetings to weddings and other small private functions. To ensure guests have a comfortable stay at the Hilton New Orleans services available include and ATM, Concierge Desk, florist and gift shop.

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