When it comes to the holidays, New Orleans transforms into a city brimming with lights. Hotel lobbies don red bows and green garland, with miniature train sets and gingerbread houses on display. Get a taste of what you’ll see below during the holiday season.
A Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, The Roosevelt is a holiday traveler’s dream, especially during the month of December. You don’t have to be a guest of the hotel to step into their lobby befit with over 60,000 lights. Illuminated birch and Christmas trees create a path from one lobby entrance to the other. Your eyes will go wide with astonishment as you walk beneath the white-gold lights.
During the holidays, the Windsor Court is rich with poinsettias, roses and lush, green trees decked with tiny white lights. Take note of their ceiling-high Christmas tree in the lobby – it’s a showstopper. Located just steps from the French Quarter, this hotel is a standout when it comes to seasonal decorations.
Christmas trees and garland wrap around the lobby at Hotel Monteleone. Wreaths, red bows and bright lights flank the windows of the hotel so that even if you’re just walking or driving by, you can get a taste of the holiday magic.
Elegant decorations turn the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton into a picturesque postcard of a winter wonderland. Gaze at the merriment of a lights and ornament display that illuminates the lobby and sets the stage for holiday memories.
Stop by Monkey Board, the Troubadour’s spacious rooftop bar, for a glimpse at their holiday decorations. Relax with a drink while taking in sweeping views of downtown NOLA.
The Henry Howard Hotel will have a decorated lobby with lights and garland, a must for those looking for classic holiday decor.
Located on beautiful St. Charles Avenue, the Pontchartrain always puts on a show with seasonal decor. It’s an oasis from the hustle and bustle of downtown, perfect for enjoying the holidays in style.