The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans faces Canal Street on the edge of the French Quarter.
Our first stop, the lobby at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans is located on the third floor and always features a fresh bouquet.
We’re immediately impressed by the hotel lobby’s Italian marble features and Czech crystal chandeliers.
Continuing to the accommodations, deluxe king rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans come complete with a marble bathroom, a robe and slippers, and evening turndown service.
Executive suites up the luxury with a king bed, a separate living area and a marble bathroom, as well as a bevy of additional amenities.
In late 2023, The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans plans to officially unveil its Maison Orleans Club rooms and lounge, designed by Marzipan Interior Design.
The final accommodation we visited, the residence suite sits on the 15th floor, offering stunning city views.
This bathroom is a good representation of the luxury one can expect while staying in the gorgeous suite.
Back downstairs, the cheater’s booth within M Bistro at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans is a private dining area with seating for up to six guests.
We found the courtyard at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans to be a lovely place to relax; it’s also a sought-after venue for many New Orleans weddings.
Rounding out the hotel’s amenities, the on-site fitness center features a resistance pool.
Our last stop, The Ritz-Carlton Spa, New Orleans is the largest spa in the city, offering more than 100 treatments. The spa is adjacent to the fitness center on the hotel’s mezzanine level.