How many hotels leave such an impression that 80 miles of highway are built just so the governor can get a drink? The legend of Huey P. Long and Airline Highway is one of so many that defined The Roosevelt(4.5*) for a brilliant 40-year run during the early 1900s. Though the hotel originally opened as The Grunewald in 1893 and was later renamed The Fairmont, it was during The Roosevelt years that it established itself as a beacon of luxury in the South. The hotel was a revolving door of the time’s most famous names—Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, Jack Benny, Bob Hope — each adding to a legend that continues to be written today.
Just as The Roosevelt New Orleans (4.5*) continually defined luxury throughout the 1900s, the guest rooms and suites set a new standard of luxury in the 21st century. Every one of the 504 rooms, including 135 luxury suites, is dressed in exquisite décor and features modern amenities for an unforgettable stay. From the bedroom to the bathroom, these sumptuous rooms include 300-thread count sheets, flat screen TVs, bathrobes, and refreshment centers — all arranged for a comfortable stay. The Superior rooms offer all the elegance of the deluxe rooms with enhanced furnishings, additional space and many boast views of downtown New Orleans.
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In a city revered for its cultural and culinary traditions, The Roosevelt has long been a place where visitors and locals have come to indulge. Today it’s no different. From drinks to cuisine to entertainment, The Roosevelt is once again a centerpiece of the New Orleans nightlife.
Experience the grandeur of yesterday with the comforts of today. The Roosevelt’s impressive menu of services and amenities allows you to slip into a state of tranquility at our exclusive Guerlain Spa or experience the height of hospitality from the comfort of your private room.