|"Wonderful staff and excellent location!"||(in 211 reviews)|
|"The best place in New Orleans!"||(in 30 reviews)|
|"Great location near to everything!"||(in 210 reviews)|
|"Room was small than expected"||(in 62 reviews)|
|"Parking was $45 a night"||(in 24 reviews)|
|great location||in 541 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 452 reviews|
|great hotel||in 405 reviews|
|bar was great||in 242 reviews|
|room was small||in 160 reviews|
|rooftop pool||in 150 reviews|
|french quarter||in 116 reviews|
|valet parking||in 75 reviews|
|beautiful lobby||in 60 reviews|
|new orleans||in 58 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 53 reviews|
|walking distance||in 21 reviews|
Double beds are hard on tall folk.
Great and Bad things all in one
Love the location and the Carousel bar. Love the history and the feel of the hotel.
Our room air was very loud and the shower sprayed water up into the ceiling light which could have caused harm to us.
Beautiful quiet hotel
Hotel Monteleone is beautiful and the perfect location, but even during Mardi Gras season it was a very quite hotel. Not the perfect place to stay if you're more looking for fun, but a great place for a romantic getaway or for business. Fantastic staff.
French Quarter hotel
Great location within the French Quarter. Very beautiful hotel and nice staff.
When we checked in they told us our room had no windows and offered us 2 drink vouchers and the opportunity to "upgrade" for $100 a night. We did upgrade and got windows looking straight into parking garage. Crazy bar scene off the lobby.
Celebrated our 10 year anniversary, enjoyed every minute of it!
Pool was awesome, Carousel Bar was amazing, staff was top notch. Criollo was a very tasty restaurant. Location!
Limited channels on TV cable, wifi was a little slow, other than that, very nice
The location is excellent
I thought the hotel looked a bit run down,not a 5 star hotel.. I did not like the fact that there was no complimentary coffee or news papers The coffee was available in the gift shop for $3.00+ / cup. Not acceptable for a supposed top flight hotel, Forget trying to get a seat at the famous Carousel bar, but it was the first weekend of Jazz Fest.
room # 944 is a bit too small
Beautiful hotel, great location, excellent customer-facing staff
Friendly doormen, bellman, front desk. Love the gracious old hotel. Criollo's Restaurant had excellent food and service. One could not ask for a better location as a base of operations for leisurely tour of French Quarter.
While I don't think most rooms fit this category, we happened to get a very small room with window looking across a dark alley. Room could not have been more than 12' square, with king and furniture closet, one could not help but feel a bit claustrophobic. Be sure to ask for room with street facing widows. Housekeeping kept forgetting essentials - like TP. Had to call to request and then wait 15 min for delivery. Otherwise, excellent experience.
Location was great, room was nice and hotel was beautiful.
They didn't tell us in advance we wouldn't have a window in our room. Also the bathroom was pretty small. There is just not much room to set anything down.
Gorgeous hotel with tons of history. Fairly priced and it's in the perfect location- close to everything, bourbon street, jackson square, casino, etc. Will be staying again!
Great hotel at a great location
The location is right in the heart of the French Quarter just a block off Bourbon Street and on the classier Royal Street. The décor is beautiful. The rooms are small but nicely decorated. The drapes were incredible. The cafe are the hotel was very good for breakfast with beignets as good, if not better than Cafe du Monde without the crowds.
The walls were fairly thin so you could hear your neighbors. Also, nearly got high from the marijuana fumes seeing through the air system.
Issues not resolved
The hotel and staff are beautiful and amazing. But when we got to our room it was fairly warm. We called down to the concierge and asked that someone come look into the issue. We left for the afternoon and when we returned there was a note sarying someone had come to fix the problem. Two additional requests later and it was still around 80 in our room. Staff didn't even call to see if we were satisfied (after 3 requests). Difficult to sleep and not enjoyable.
The definition of timeless, Hotel Monteleone is iconic in an iconic American neighborhood. Centrally located in New Orleans’ French Quarter, this luxury hotel is within walking—or streetcar—distance of most of the city’s most famous sights.
Family-owned and operated since 1886, Hotel Monteleone features the Quarter’s only high-rise building. Its Beaux-Arts architecture and rotating bar make this hotel a popular spot for tourists visiting the Crescent City.
Hotel Monteleone is welcoming for all travelers, although it's particularly popular with couples. Guests can choose between rooms or suites, and all accommodations offer mini fridges and plush, comfy robes.
Guests can dine at one of two restaurants, Criollo and the Carousel Bar. Criollo offers seasonal dishes that put an Old World spin on Southern cuisine using local ingredients. The Carousel Piano Bar & Lounge, the only revolving bar in New Orleans, has long been a draw for patrons. Literary giants like Tennessee Williams, Ernest Hemingway, and Anne Rice have visited the bar during their trips to the hotel.
A popular filming spot for movies, this luxury hotel features a heated rooftop pool overlooking the New Orleans skyline and the Mississippi River. A fully equipped gym and the full-service day spa, Spa Aria, are also available at this pet-friendly hotel.
One block from Bourbon Street, this historic hotel is in the heart of the Quarter. The Superdome is a 20-minute walk away, while the Audubon Aquarium and the Mississippi River are just a few blocks away. Several streetcar lines are within blocks of the hotel, taking guests to other areas of New Orleans, like City Park and Saint Charles Avenue.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you will be staying at the Hotel Monteleone with your furry friend, select a room on one of the hotel’s pet friendly floors, a feature that is meant to give animal guests the opportunity to mingle with each other and make new friends. Once you have checked into the hotel, you will also receive a complimentary Monte’s Pet Package, which contains items such as food and water bowls, an eating mat, gourmet treats, chew toys, disposal waste bags, and information on pet-friendly areas and activities in the city.
The 5 Flowers Illuminating Facial is a popular choice that starts at $125 for a 60m service and is meant to leave guests with soft and glowing skin, while the Custom Exfoliating Facial is around $115 for 60m and is meant to get rid of dead skin. To polish and exfoliate your entire body, opt for the Kai Himalayan Crystal Salt Body Scrub, which costs around $100 for 60m and will leave you feeling completely smooth. It is also possible to purchase packages that combine several types of services and last between 3 to 5h.
The Hotel Monteleone offers several wedding packages that guests can choose from, with amenities including a private Events Manager, decorations for the reception, complimentary bartenders, cutting and serving of the wedding cake, and breakfast vouchers for the bride and groom for the day after the wedding. In addition to the traditional wedding ceremony and reception, there are also packages for other events, such as the rehearsal dinner, bridal tea, and brunch the day after the ceremony.
For guests that are interested in learning more about the city’s rich history, select the New Orleans History Package, which costs approximately $75 per person and provides visitors with access to the World War II Museum, a ticket for the two-hour daytime Jazz River Boat Cruise, and a welcome drink in the Carousel Bar & Lounge. If you are planning on spending a fun weekend away with your friends, there is the Girlfriend Getaway Package, which costs around $175 per person and includes a ticket for the Original Cocktail Walking Tour, as well as a 60m massage of your choice at the hotel’s Spa Aria.
To travel from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport to the Hotel Monteleone, it is possible to either grab a taxi or use public transportation. The drive will take between 20 to 30m, and a ridesharing application, such as an Uber, will cost you approximately $38 to $50 depending on if you select a standard vehicle or a larger car, such as a sedan or SUV. If you would prefer to use public transportation, you can take the local bus, which will take 40 to 50m and costs approximately $1.25 for a standard one-way ticket. (Prices checked 14/05/19).
Hotel Monteleone is located at 214 Royal Street in French Quarter, 0.2 miles from the centre of New Orleans. New Orleans Musical Legends Park is the closest landmark to Hotel Monteleone.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Hotel Monteleone.
Yes, Hotel Monteleone offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Hotel Monteleone does not offer free parking.
No, Hotel Monteleone does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hotel Monteleone is 11.5 miles from New Orleans Louis Armstrong. Hotel Monteleone is 67.3 miles from Gulfport Biloxi Regional.
Yes, Hotel Monteleone has a pool on-site.