New Orleans gets busy during its two most popular festivals, Mardi Gras, typically in February, and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival during the last weekend in April and first weekend in May, Although these are great times to visit, you are advised to book well in advance. New Orleans has a subtropical climate, with milder weather at the beginning and end of the year. Winters bring cool temperatures, averaging daily highs of about 16ºC in January. Spring and fall are pleasant, with temperatures averaging a high of 26ºC in April and October. Summers are hot and humid, with a daily high around 33ºC in July. The average precipitation is 64 inches annually, with the heaviest rainfall in the summer months. Late summer and early fall are the height of the hurricane season, which begins in June and lasts until November.
The best time to visit New Orleans is from February to May when the weather is comfortably cool and the celebrations are in full swing. If you're not interested in Mardi Gras mania, plan to visit in December or January, when the city is calm and you don't have to worry about making hotel reservations a year in advance. To save on room rates, travel in the summer or fall. However, these seasons are known for their stifling heat and humidity, not to mention the threat of hurricanes.
Since 1886, the Hotel Monteleone has proudly stood as one of the first landmarks in the world-famous French Quarter. The Monteleone boasts impeccable service, modern amenities and attention to detail that keep guests returning year after year.
Hotel Monteleone, this venerable establishment sits majestically at the foot of Royal Street giving guests the best point of departure for all things New Orleans. Visitors need only step outside this French Quarter hotel to discover shop after shop of fabulous European antiques, estate jewelry, Oriental rugs, and art and antiquities from around the world. Quaint restaurants and specialty shops line the cobblestone French Quarter streets that lead to Jackson Square, the Old French Market and the River Walk where tourists and native New Orleanians stroll the levee and watch the steamboats and barges along the Mississippi River
This historic landmark is a member of Historic Hotels of America and Preferred Hotel Group. The Monteleone boasts 600 luxurious guest rooms, including 55 suites, the new Criollo Restaurant & Lounge, the famous Carousel Bar & Lounge, Logo Shop, heated rooftop pool and 24/7 exercise facility, Spa Aria, business center, 25,000 square feet of newly renovated state-of-the-art meeting space and valet parking. Monteleone also offers 24/7 In-Room Dining and a Grab-n-Go Breakfast in the Lobby Lounge.
Family owned since the very start, Hotel Monteleone is iconic to New Orleans from her architecture to her superb service and accommodations. At this New Orleans hotel you’ll find history around every corner.
The Hotel Monteleone features 600 luxurious guest rooms, including 55 suites. All guest rooms feature:
The signature and junior suites of the Hotel Monteleone offer all of the conveniences of the hotel’s luxurious guest rooms plus the following amenities:
Hotel Montelone provide Wi-Fi and high speed Internet access, a full service business center, a state-of-the-art fitness room, rooftop heated pool with breathtaking views of the downtown New Orleans skyline, a full service day spa, and the newly opened Criollo restaurant.
Centrally located on Royal Street, the Hotel Monteleone is close to most New Orleans attractions. Guests will find the French Quarter, Bourbon Street, and Canal Street just a block away. Other sites, like the Aquarium of the Americas, Morial Convention Center, the Riverwalk, and Harrah’s Casino are within walking distance. The hotel is surrounded by dining and entertainment venues. The Hotel Monteleone is located in the French Quarter, just 15 miles from the New Orleans International Airport.
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