Built originally in 1908 as the Beaux Arts Maison Blanche department store, New Orleans’s Ritz-Carlton finds its home in one of the city’s most iconic buildings. Its 15 floors were turned into a hotel in 2000, and the establishment features a historical façade with the comforts of modern luxury—exemplified in the bathrooms’ Italian marble tubs. The building sits on Canal Street, close to the French Quarter and a trolley ride away from the Garden District.
|Venue name:||The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans|
921 Canal St
|Cross street:||at Dauphine St|