Apr 18 2017

Ace Hotel New Orleans Recognized With Condé Nast Traveler's Award

By: Michael Fulkerson

Included in this year's distinguished Condé Nast Traveler's 2017 Hot List is New Orleans' own Ace Hotel. The hotel is at 600 Carondelet Street on the corner of Lafayette and Carondelet in the city's Wharehouse District. It is a gorgeous 1928 Art Deco building and the space is beautifully decorated with its own unique style.

The Ace Hotel offers 234 rooms and incredible restaurants to chose from. Josephine Estelle offers delicious Italian fare in an Art Deco space. It was featured in Bon Appetit's 2016 list of “50 Best New Restaurants in America”. Seaworthy is the hotel's wonderful oyster bar in a cozy space fit for a New England sea captain. The rooftop bar Alto is a casual space offering small plates and specialty cocktails. Three Keys is their hip music venue which has hosted a slew of local and out-of-town bands. With several shopping options on the block and many museums and galleries nearby, the hotel itself has become a hotspot for locals and tourists alike.

“New Orleans is a rare world city that has sustained rich and vibrant cultures and given rise to great art, literature and most of our musical heroes. Ace Hotel New Orleans was a built as a monument and tribute to this city's passion for life, its people and its ineffable capacity for joy. Since opening, we've been honored to be able to invite the spirit of New Orleans in and share it with our guests and neighbors — from Jazz Fest gospel singers and Pres Hall Foundation benefits to resounding gallery shows by ‘The Tenth Magazine’ and live Boiler Room broadcasts. We're humbled to be recognized by CNT's Hot List — an accolade we share with the city itself." –Kelly Sawdon, Partner & Chief Brand Officer, Atelier Ace / Ace Hotel.

Be sure to enjoy a summer discount of 20% off weekdays and 15% off weekends with code HEAT.

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