Maison Orleans, a boutique hotel set in the historically rich French Quarter of New Orleans, will now be marketed and managed by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C.
Simon Cooper, president and chief operating officer, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company commented, “We are very pleased to welcome Maison Orleans to our portfolio of luxury hotels, and I encourage our loyal Ritz-Carlton guests to experience the incredible service and surroundings of this unique boutique hotel”.
The hotel, which will officially be named Maison Orleans, A Ritz-Carlton Hotel, houses a spa that is hailed as a ‘hidden gem’ in the French Quarter. The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans features an extensive menu of spa and salon treatments including signature treatments that date to the time of Napoleon, Marie Antoinette, and the court of Louis XVI.
Twenty-first century amenities, however, include a 20,000 sq-ft facility that spans two floors, 16 treatment rooms, a full-service fitness centre with saunas and steam rooms, resistance pool, movement studio, relaxation rooms, beauty salon, spa café and massage therapists available for spa or guestroom treatments.
Guests can also enjoy other extravagant amenities such as a 24-hour butler service and complimentary light refreshments throughout the day at the hotel which has already gathered numerous accolades including placement in Travel & Leisure Magazine’s Top 50 Romantic Getaways and the Hot List in Conde Nast Traveler Magazine, as well as coverage in publications such as Architectural Digest and The New York Times.
With just 75 rooms, including 74 deluxe guest rooms and one grand suite, the intimate hotel joins other Ritz-Carlton boutique hotels incorporating the 115-room Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove (Miami) and the soon-to-open 95-room Ritz-Carlton, Georgetown (Washington D.C.). The hotel is part of the painstakingly restored Maison Blanche Building that also houses The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, L.L.C. manages 48 luxury, award-winning hotels in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East