Ace Hotel New Orleans
Ace Hotel New Orleans sits at the intersection of Carondelet and Lafayette Street in a beautiful 1928 Art Deco building, flanked by museums and galleries in the city's culturally-vibrant Warehouse District. A stone's throw from the French Quarter, our historic nine-story building has marinated in the magic of one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities for nearly a century. Ace New Orleans is home to some of the finest dining and drink in the city, plus a music venue right on site — a magnet for New Orleans' most welcoming cultural emissaries. You're immersed the moment you get here.
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At Ace New Orleans, pleasure is paramount. We have all the things to encourage staying a while. Come through and decide whether the hour is witching for a cocktail on the roof, a Stumptown espresso in the lobby or a pasta fantasy at Josephine Estelle. You can hear who's playing from anywhere.
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Josephine Estelle is an osteria helmed by James Beard Award-nominated chefs Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman. For their latest culinary opus, Andy and Michael take their wooden spoon to the seasonal, craft-centric philosophy of Italian cuisine, stirring it up with fresh flavors of New Orleans and the American South.
Alto is Ace Hotel New Orleans' rooftop garden. It features relaxed poolside dining, cocktails and panoramic views of our city. The hotel's culinary partners, Chefs Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman, and Executive Chef Phillip Mariano have crafted an Italian-inspired small-plates menu for lunch and dinner featuring farm-fresh salads, seafood and a selection of spiedini--grilled skewered meats and vegetables. The bar serves an eclectic mix of seasonal cocktails, including frozen drinks and rotating on-tap specials, along with canned craft beers and refreshing wines.
If you're looking to level up your night out, Ace Hotel New Orleans has got rooms for that — you can peruse our booking page for rates and availability.