Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Orleans opens

i By August 26, 2021 No Comments

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences New Orleans is now open and welcoming guests to The Crescent City.

“New Orleans is a destination that has long been on our wish list,” says Christian Clerc, president, Global Operations, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “We could not be more excited to introduce Four Seasons to this incredible community and to share an authentic and memorable New Orleans experience with guests from near and far. The transformation of this truly iconic building is stunning and serves as a wonderful addition to Four Seasons portfolio of exceptional properties.”

Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans is now open. The Chandelier Bar, shown in this image, is just one of the drink and dining venues available at the property. Photo courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.

Chandelier Bar

Located on the Mississippi waterfront at the foot of Canal Street in the landmark, 34-storey World Trade Center, the property is just 20 minutes from both of the city’s airports and only steps from the historic French Quarter, the Warehouse Arts District and myriad parts and greenspaces. It also has direct access to the city’s streetcar line and is near the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Caesars Superdome, and Smoothie King Center.

Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans offers:

  • 341 rooms and suites designed by Bill Rooney Studio, featuring a palette of clean whites and pale greys accentuated with white-washed oak furnishings, textured fabrics and wall treatments as well as tri-panel plaster relief of a magnolia above each bed;
  • 29,000 square feet of event spaces including pillar-free, river view ballrooms, an Event Garden and sky-high Observation Deck;
  • the Chandelier Bar, a glamorous meeting spot that spills out into the hotel’s main entrance and lobby and out onto a garden patio (the light and glass installation that gives the bar its name is made from 15,000 pieces);
  • Miss River, a restaurant helmed by acclaimed New Orleans chef Alon Shaya featuring an ingredient-driven menu with fresh takes on New Orleans classics including dirty rice, buttermilk fried chicken and gumbo;
  • Chemin a la Mer (opening this fall), a restaurant under the direction of award-winning chef Donald Link, offering a menu that honours his Louisiana heritage;
  • a crescent-shaped rooftop swimming pool with lounge chairs, four private cabanas and Mississippi River views;
  • a curated art collection displayed throughout the hotel, featuring local artists and those inspired by the city;
  • and a state-of-the-art cultural exhibit designed to honour, celebrate and share stories of the diverse cultures that converged and created New Orleans that is set within the indoor and outdoor observation decks on the hotel’s 33rd and 34th floors.