Locals Favorite Hotel Monteleone

214 Rue Royale
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130-2201
Phone: (866) 338-4684

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Located in the French Quarter, Hotel Monteleone is the only historic and literary landmark hotel that has undergone expansive restoration and transformed to its original and legendary stature as New Orleans Grand Dame.The hotel features 600 luxurious rooms that feature marble and granite baths plus all the modern amenities guests desire while preserving traditional values. Guest rooms offer high-speed Internet, twin bathrobes, coffeemakers, safes accommodating laptops, minibars, large TVs, Nintendo, and designer amenities. Two award-winning restaurants, the famous Carousel Piano Bar and Lounge, and logo shop are available.The heated rooftop swimming pool and 24/7 state of the art fitness center, and full-service day spa, Spa Aria, offer you a relaxing getaway. Parking is $30/day for cars and $32/day for oversized vehicles.

Pet Friendly Policy: Guests traveling with pets will have a mat, 2 bowls, a treat, & a brochure placed in the room prior to arrival. The brochure includes a pet map, pet hotel policies, pet application, and a pet in-room keycard. A one time $100.00 nonrefundable cleaning fee and an additional $25.00 per night pet rate applies. While unattended in the guest room, all pets must be kenneled. Guest must notify the hotel prior to arrival in order for the items to be placed in the room or information must be included on reservation.

Maple Leaf Bar on Oak

leafOriginally a chess and music club (a couple of chess tables are still on the premises) and later famed as the site of respectively, poetry readings and some of pianist James Booker’s most incendiary recitals, the Maple Leaf is still the place to go if you’re craving funky New Orleans music (brass bands, blues and funk, usually) that sometimes doesn’t cease until sunrise. A patio provides somewhat fresh air.

Visit the Maple Leaf Bar website: www.MapleLeafBar.com

Rebirth at the Maple Leaf

Johnny Sketch the band to see in 09

It doesn’t get any dirtier than this. Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes hail from New Orleans. David Fricke at ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE says, “What you’d get if Phish had been born at Tipitina’s and studied under George Clinton and Frank Zappa late every night on the levee..” – DAVID FRICKES, Senior Editor Rolling Stone Magazine. These guys just keep getting better. Continue reading Johnny Sketch the band to see in 09