A concept boutique hotel fit for the globe-trotting traveller, the International House Hotel’s style also conveys a sense of New Orleans’ cultural roots in France, Spain, and Africa. The building has an elegance that will please even the most discriminating of guests, with the International House Hotel once housing foreign consulates.
In the rooms, black-and-white photos of musicians and collections of local CDs celebrate the city’s present. Late-night action at the Loa bar adds to the fun. The corner rooms are larger. Avoid the eleventh floor unless you’re a fan of purely artificial lighting – it has no windows.