Late last year, Hotel Provincial completed a $2 million renovation. No matter where you go in the hotel, you’ll see the improvements. Yet at the same time, we haven’t lost our historic style or personal touch.
The most noticeable aspect of the renovations is adjacent to the front lobby. It’s the brand new Ice House Bar where you can try some of the best Hurricanes and Bloody Marys in the French Quarter. But don’t just take our word for it, try one for yourself and you’ll taste the difference.
In the premium rooms and suites, you’ll find brand new renovated bathrooms. This includes new vanities, marble floors, marble tub surrounds, the tubs themselves and toilets.
Also, new carpets were laid down, drapes were hung and bedding added in areas throughout the hotel.
It seems like the only things that haven’t changed are the caring, friendly staff and premier (yet quiet) French Quarter location.
This year, we’re celebrating our 52nd year in operation. We’d love for you to join us and discover (or re-discover) the Hotel Provincial. We’re one of the few remaining locally owned and operated hotels in the French Quarter, and we have a feeling that you'll notice the difference.
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