Looking for a last-minute vacation spot before the end of summer? We’re pretty sure you’ve found it. Subscribers of Travel + Leisure just named New Orleans the #4 City in the U.S. And there is not a more charming place to stay in Vieux Carré than historic Le Richelieu Hotel, just steps from Bourbon Street.
New Orleans is a city full of secrets and Le Richelieu is quite possibly the best-kept one. For nearly 50 years, travelers have been discovering this cozy hotel, only to find themselves returning year after year after year.
Some come for the rich history, charming décor and eclectic artwork. Others for the saltwater swimming pool, tucked into a relaxing courtyard. Still others come because the service is second to none. And all – all – come for the enviable location at 1234 Chartres Street. World-famous restaurants, music clubs, unique attractions, historic architecture and fun are just outside your door.
In the beginning of August, the world will come to New Orleans for Satchmo SummerFest, a huge French Quarter music and food event honoring the city’s most famous son, Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong. The city also celebrates COOLinary New Orleans all month long where you can enjoy multi-course meals at low prices at renowned restaurants all over the city. But here’s the best part: Le Richelieu is offering two money-saving packages in August. Check them out here.
This month, you can register for a chance to win deluxe accommodations for 2 nights at Le Richelieu. You can’t win if you don’t enter. Register here.
From its very inception, Le Richelieu has captured the flavor and essence of New Orleans. Casual elegance is complemented by the charm of this historic city.
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