Saint James Hotel New Orleans
Enhance your visit to New Orleans by staying at our charming boutique hotel, situated in the Banks Arcade, a landmark building from the19th century. You'll be treated to beautifully restored guestrooms and suites, personalized service, and amenities designed for the utmost in comfort and convenience.
And our location is not too shabby, either. We're smack dab in the middle of the Central Business District, giving you easy access to top shops, renowned restaurants, and entertainment galore.
Delightful Downtown Location
Trust us: we're in a great location. The Central Business District is close to everything. The hotel is a short walk from the fabulous French Quarter, where you can indulge in out-of-this-world meals and listen to world-class jazz. We're also within walking distance of the Superdome, New Orleans Arena, and Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
Appealing Hotel Services
We do our best to ensure that you can be your best while you're our guest. Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel lets you do your Internet thing freely. There's an onsite business hub in the reception area for taking care of any printing or faxing needs you may have. And if you'd like to exercise, we'll be glad to provide you with free passes to a nearby fitness center.
Two Ultra-Close Dining Establishments
Our hotel is adjacent to two fine restaurants that will provide you with delectable and memorable meals. Chophouse New Orleans will excite your palate with juicy USDA grade prime beef and fresh seafood while Bon Ton Café will send your palate into delirium with authentic Cajun cuisine.
For an unforgettable breakfast we suggest the Ruby Slipper just a block North of us. The Saint James also provides guests with a daily European styled breakfast of fresh and warm croissant served with sweet butter and seasonal jams with chilled orange juice, tea or coffee. Service is delivered to your room between 6 AM and 10 AM.
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This page was last updated: 16 April 2014