In the middle of the Warehouse District of New Orleans, only a few blocks south of the famous French Quarte, you can find a Hipster Mekka frequented by trendsetters: the Ace Hotel New Orleans.
The hotel is located in an Art-déco building typical for the area that has expanded by a contemporary annex. The historic building of 1928 was built by the architects Weiss, Dreyfous and Seiferth fertiggestellt and once was the site of the largest furniture store of the American South.
Today, guests with a passion for trends scrimmage across over 17,000 square meters. A mix of vintage furniture, industrial materials and muted light reminds of the city’s history in the 234 rooms.
On the roof terrace with pool on the historic building, sun worshippers can enjoy vitamin D during the day and night owls can enjoy ambitious drinks in the evening.
Weiss, Dreyfous & Seiferth (old construction), Eskew+Dumez+Ripple (new construction)
Roman und Williams