The deep and interesting history of New Orleans promises travelers an eclectic variety of boutique hotels, all with the high-tech amenities you'd expect in any inn of the genre. Built in 1897, the Avenue Garden Hotel is located in the Garden District, less than 2 miles from the French Quarter, and the streetcar stops at the front door. The Wyndham Riverfront's intimate size and central location make it the perfect place to call home. Rooms offer amenities like cordless two-line phones and high-speed Internet access. The Pelham, in a renovated building that dates from the late 1800s, feels like an upscale apartment building. The Omni Royal Crescent is located in the central business district and combines old-fashioned pampering with modern technology to offer hip first-class Southern accommodation. Loft 523 has spacious loft-style units in a renovated old carriage and dry-goods warehouse in the central business district. Like their home city, the boutique hotels of New Orleans offer modern amenities and Southern charm.
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