Explore New Orleans Boutique Hotels

(Spice + Jazz) x Rich Culture = NOLA

New Orleans is so much more than jazz, festivals and beads. Look just a little deeper to discover its haunted history, fluffy beignets, creole food and waterfront views. Above all, the Big Easy is the definition of hospitality.

Our boutique hotels are staffed by locals with Big Easy charm and inside knowledge, attention to detail and committed to you and your comfort. At Stayful, we are excited to offer you the chance to immerse yourself in this thriving community. Stay for a while.

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Stayful Independent & Boutique Hotels in New Orleans

Complement your New Orleans adventures by staying at a boutique hotel that suits your unique traveling needs.

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  1. The Hotel Modern

    3 stars
    Warehouse District - Convention Center
  2. Melrose Mansion

    3 stars
    French Quarter
  3. Inn on St Ann

    2 stars
    French Quarter
  4. Inn on Ursulines

    2 stars
    French Quarter
  5. Royal St. Charles Hotel

    3 stars
    Business District
  6. Hotel Royal

    2 stars
    French Quarter
  7. International House

    4 stars
    Business District
  8. Hotel St. Helene

    2 stars
    French Quarter
Local Guide

No counting calories, beignets from Café du Monde are 100% worth it
– Image courtesy of southernliving.com

Imagine mouthwatering decadent beignets dipped in steaming Café Au Lait at the Café Du Monde, strolling down Royal taking in the local Art Galleries and wondering if the Gallier House is the model for the house on Rue Royal, home to Vampires Lestat and Louis, stopping by Jackson Square to have tarot cards tell your future, dinner at Mr. B’s Bistro for possibly the best Gumbo in the universe with Garlic Truffle French Fries on the side.

d.b.a features local & regional acts every night
– Image courtesy of dbaneworleans.com

Late night music everywhere, one to mention is d.b.a, a Frenchmen Street favorite.

Visit Loa Bar in the International House Boutique Hotel. Loa is one of those special places, frequented by locals and visitors alike, that will connect you to what New Orleans is all about. Candlelight, rich colors and textures ease you into the Big Easy. The Bar Proprietor is a drink curator, his fine libations will make your time at Loa as unique as your boutique hotel.

What We Love

The streetcar is a great & inexpensive way to get around New Orleans.

Our best recommendation for seeing the history of New Orleans – jump on the streetcar. Start on Canal Street, close to Royal Street or Charles, and enjoy the ride. Head to First Street to see the beautiful architecture and lawns of the Garden District. Tip: Bring some coins – exact change is highly encouraged!

Stay at Royal St. Charles

Did we mention streetcar? The St. Charles Streetcar Line
runs right in front of the Royal St. Charles.

The Royal St. Charles is not only quirky and fun, but also completely up-to-date after recently completing an extensive room renovation. Plus, their location can’t be beat – right in the heart of the action of Bourbon Street.

The Royal St. Charles is just one block from Vieux Carré, the original settlement of New Orleans (better known as the French Quarter).