Set on the banks of the Mississippi River, the Four Seasons New Orleans boasts expansive views of the city in central downtown.
A local landmark, the property was built in 1968 and designed by architect Edward Durell Stone. The former World Trade Centre, and International Trade Mart is now a five-star hotel recognised on the National Register of Historic Places.
Choose between river or city views from the 22 rooms and suites suited for families. The bright-white modern interiors are paired with shiplap walls and nature accents. The rooms continue the crisp style with magnolia flower highlights on the walls and marble flooring in the en-suite bathrooms.
The two on-site restaurants Miss River and Chemin à la Mer highlight the culinary heritage of Louisiana with views of the river. From carved buttermilk fried chicken to oyster bars, taste the delicious creations of the James Beard Award winners, chefs Alon Shaya and Donald Link.
Take in panoramic views from the 34th floor’s observation desk or while unwinding in the outdoor pool of the fifth floor. For further relaxation, the spa has eight treatment rooms including a couple’s suite. With a range of signature experiences, try the Southern Gentleman using a spiced infusion of rye whiskey oil.
Discover the Crescent City in style with private jazz concerts and sightseeing in a streetcar. Visit the historic French Quarter with antique shops and the Warehouse District filled with art galleries.