Eye Candy: Photo Tour of New Orleans' Henry Howard Hotel
by Anne Roderique Jones | February 26, 2016
hotel arts & culture

Eye Candy: Photo Tour of New Orleans' Henry Howard Hotel
Daytime exterior / Henry Howard Hotel

New Orleans certainly isn't lacking in the hotel department. But what the city is missing are hotels outside of the French Quarter. Henry Howard Hotel opened this past February and filled a void in Uptown properties -- particularly in the Garden District. Take a peek into this historic 1860s mansion-turned-boutique hotel and see why it's one of our favorite new properties in the Crescent City.

Signage / Henry Howard Hotel

The 18-bedroom hotel is named after famed New Orleans architect, Henry Howard, who built the Greek revival mansion way back when. You'll notice the sleek -- yet completely subtle -- branding throughout the property.

 

Lobby / Henry Howard Hotel

Guests are welcomed into the lobby, outfitted with vintage finishes and soaring ceilings. Here's where you'll check in. The front desk hosts are the guest's personal concierge for their stay and will help with reservations and tour suggestions to dry cleaning and even a well-made cocktail.

 

Sitting area / Henry Howard Hotel

Nearly everything in the hotel is locally sourced, including the furniture that's unique to each room. We love the curated mix of vintage and modern touches.

 

Guestroom / Henry Howard Hotel

Custom wallpaper is printed with a New Orleans theme and there are second-line instruments hung on the wall above the impossibly comfortable four-poster bed. More to boast about: local artwork from Hayley Gaberlavage, New Orleans' snacks, and Beekman 1802 toiletries. Rates start from $189 for queen superior rooms.

 

Bedframe / Henry Howard Hotel

Notice that "H" on the bed frames? It's one of the many custom design elements at the hotel.

 

Bathroom / Henry Howard Hotel

Again, that wallpaper. Should a bathroom be this pretty?

 

Blue porch ceiling / Henry Howard Hotel

Royal king gallery rooms feature the original windows that open onto a private balcony. Don't forget to look up: The porch is painted a sky-blue -- a tradition in the South.

 

Courtyard / Henry Howard Hotel

Take your cocktail or a glass of wine to sit a spell in the courtyard. This is the spot to be in the warm New Orleans' weather.

 

Exterior / Henry Howard Hotel

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