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Four Seasons in New Orleans
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Four Seasons in New Orleans: Hotel and Private Residences Opened

Situated above the stunning Mississippi River, the hotel allows guests to enjoy an authentic Southern experience with every luxury imaginable.

18 August 2021

The Four Seasons experience has been legendary around the world for more than 60 years. Ever since Isadore "Issy" Sharp opened his first Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto, the brand has stood for exceptional experiences and unparalleled luxury. Both are now to continue at the Four Seasons in New Orleans. It is located on the banks of the Mississippi on Canal Street. From here, you can reach sights such as the historic French Quarter or the Warehouse Arts District, parks and green spaces in just a few minutes. Business travelers appreciate the location in the central business district and proximity to the Convention Center, while sports and entertainment fans can quickly reach the Superdome and Smoothie King Center. "Guests can plan their visit around one of our many food, cocktail, music and community festivals where they can enjoy the vibrant and stimulating culture of our city," said Melissa Comardelle. The head concierge is a New Orleans native and a recipient of Les Clefs d'Or. No guest request goes unfulfilled, whether it's a private jazz concert or a private streetcar ride through the historic Garden District. In this respect, the Four Seasons in New Orleans is in no way inferior to the other 120 or so hotels of the brand.

Elegant colors and plenty of space distinguish the rooms and suites. © Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts

Unrivalled design

The "hardware" of the hotel also leaves nothing to be desired. Guests can choose from a total of 341 beautiful rooms and suites. All of them were designed by the Bill Rooney Studio. They present themselves bright and airy. Colour nuances between pure white and pale grey, wall coverings, plaster reliefs and selected details provide a luxurious ambience. Those who like to enjoy the Four Seasons experience a little longer can do so in one of the 92 full-service Four Seasons Private Residences. Residents have access to the spa, fitness center, rooftop pool terrace and restaurants. Speaking of the pool, the crescent-shaped pool opens in the fall. Four private cabanas, countless lounge chairs and views of the Mississippi River make it the place to be under the hot Louisiana sun. Spa, fitness center, an art collection and exhibition as well as numerous dining outlets complete the new Four Seasons in New Orleans.

Southern flair in the lobby and public areas. © Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts

Mecca for gourmets

It's no secret that Southern cuisine has a lot to offer and is one of the best regional cuisines in the country. Four Seasons has therefore teamed up with renowned chefs from the region for its F&B concept in the new annex. The goal: a new restaurant concept that celebrates Southern cuisine like no other. In this way, "Miss River" is a kind of love letter to Lousiana. There, celebrated chef Alon Shaya reinterprets classics. Sometimes in a bold way. Alexander Waterworth Interiors designed the dramatic backdrop. Donald Link, also a local, presents steaks and seafood at his newest concept restaurant, Chemin a la Mer. The best location for an aperitif is the Chandelier Bar. The glamorous meeting place above the main entrance and lobby is illuminated by a breathtaking light and glass installation consisting of 15,000 individual parts.

Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans
2 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA
Tel: +1 504-434-5100

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