A mule-drawn carriage in front of the Hotel Royal on Royal Street near Bourbon Street in New Orleans.

STAY AT NEW ORLEANS’ HISTORIC HOTEL ROYAL ON ROYAL STREET NEAR BOURBON STREET

OUR NEW ORLEANS TOWNHOUSE HOTEL PROVIDES LUXURIOUS ROOMS AND SUITES ON ROYAL STREET NEAR BOURBON STREET IN THE HISTORIC FRENCH QUARTER

Immerse in New Orleans’ old-world charisma, famous antique shopping, and fine dining at the Hotel Royal, a historic Creole townhouse on Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street. Our historic New Orleans hotel on Royal Street near Bourbon Street is a hideaway among the French Quarter’s most famous shops, galleries, restaurants, and bars. After a hearty dining experience and a day-long shopping trip on Royal Street, our historic New Orleans hotel awaits, steps away, with luxurious amenities and comfortable rooms and suites. Still, the nightlife of Bourbon Street calls from around the corner of our historic hotel as soon as the sun sets over New Orleans.

The historic Hotel Royal’s most recent restoration brings luxury elements like modern amenities and on-site parking to our centuries-old New Orleans building on Royal Street near Bourbon Street. However, New Orleans hotel guests can still experience our historic French Quarter-style laced iron balconies and verdant courtyards steps from their hotel rooms and suites. New Orleans’ Hotel Royal near Bourbon Street remains a staple Royal Street accommodation with modern amenities and historic shopping and dining nearby. Stay at the historic Hotel Royal on Royal Street near Bourbon Street, where antiques, art, dining, and nightlife decorate every New Orleans moment.

Street view of Iberville Street near the Hotel Royal on Royal Street near Bourbon Street in New Orleans.

NEW ORLEANS’ HOTEL ROYAL ON ROYAL STREET IS THE BEST HISTORIC ACCOMMODATION IN THE FRENCH QUARTER NEAR BOURBON STREET

OUR HISTORIC HOTEL’S ROOMS AND SUITES PROVIDE MODERN AMENITIES, PARKING, AND SUPERIOR COMFORT ON ROYAL STREET NEAR BOURBON STREET IN NEW ORLEANS’ FRENCH QUARTER

Our historic hotel on Royal Street near Bourbon Street allows guests to experience a traditional New Orleans Creole townhouse with modern amenities and luxury within each hotel room and suite. The historic property served several purposes throughout the years but officially opened as a New Orleans hotel in the 1960s. Today, Hotel Royal on Royal Street near Bourbon Street invites visitors to embrace New Orleans’ past through architectural beauty, antique furnishings, and French Quarter courtyards, with Royal Street and Bourbon Street’s historic shopping, dining, and attractions right outside our hotel doors.

New Orleans’ historic Hotel Royal offers the finest amenities on Royal Street near Bourbon Street, with art galleries, restaurants, and shops just steps away from each hotel room and suite. No matter when guests arrive in New Orleans, our historic Royal Street hotel’s 24-hour concierge service is available to help. Each common area and courtyard at our New Orleans hotel has CCTV, making them secure and safe at all hours. Some of our hotel rooms and suites have balcony access with stunning views of Royal Street and Bourbon Street, and others have windows overlooking New Orleans’ historic French Quarter. Hotel Royal’s guests can access on-site parking, complimentary Wi-Fi, and in-room safes throughout their stays, making historic New Orleans explorations within and beyond our doors stress-free.

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EXPERIENCE NEW ORLEANS’ BEST SHOPPING AND DINING ON ROYAL STREET

THE LOCATION OF NEW ORLEANS’ HOTEL ROYAL ALLOWS GUESTS TO DISCOVER ROYAL STREET’S FAMOUS ANTIQUE SHOPS, ART GALLERIES, AND FINE DINING RESTAURANTS STEPS FROM THEIR ROOMS AND SUITES

Steps away from New Orleans’ historic Hotel Royal and Bourbon Street, guests can spend hours shopping for art and antiques on Royal Street. The antique shopping and art gallery hot spot is conveniently sprinkled with famous Creole restaurants so guests can fuel up after shopping. Our hotel even offers on-site parking so guests can park securely at the best rate. Spend the day on Royal Street, and treat the senses to New Orleans’ history.

Antique Shopping on Royal Street Near the Hotel Royal and Bourbon Street

Shopping for antiques is more than just retail therapy — antiques carry history and personality, especially when found on New Orleans’ Royal Street, one of the top antique shopping destinations in the world. Most of Royal Street’s antique shops carry furniture, decor, and jewelry from as early as the 17th century. Popular antique shops on Royal Street near the historic Hotel Royal and Bourbon Street in New Orleans include:

  • Keil’s Antiques
  • S. Rau
  • Moss Antiques
  • Royal Antiques
  • Harris Antiques Limited
  • French Antique Shop Incorporated
  • Rothschild’s Antiques
Art Galleries and Exhibits on Royal Street Near the Hotel Royal and Bourbon Street

Although New Orleans is well-known for its jazz musicians, visual artists significantly affect the city’s eclectic culture. On Royal Street alone, guests can browse paintings, lithographs, digital art, photography, multi-medium art, and interactive exhibits at regional, national, and international artists’ shops. Popular art galleries, shops, and exhibits on Royal Street near the historic Hotel Royal and Bourbon Street in New Orleans include:

  • Rodrigue Studios
  • Modernist Cuisine Gallery
  • Lozano & Barbuti Gallery
  • Gallery Burguieres
  • Sutton Galleries
  • Antieau Gallery
  • Frank Relle Photography
Restaurants on Royal Street Near the Hotel Royal and Bourbon Street

Eating traditional New Orleans cuisine is on every visitor’s to-do list, especially after a long shopping day. On Royal Street, guests can taste every New Orleans cuisine style, from Cajun jambalaya to Creole étouffée. Café du Monde, near Royal Street, even serves French beignets and café au lait — the perfect Bourbon Street hangover cure. Popular restaurants on Royal Street near the historic Hotel Royal and Bourbon Street in New Orleans include:

  • Brennan’s
  • Pere Antoine Restaurant
  • Cafe Beignet
  • Cafe Amelie
  • The Court of Two Sisters
  • Royal House Oyster Bar
  • Curio

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Royal Street and Orleans Street signs on a light post near the Hotel Royal in New Orleans' French Quarter.
The Hotel Royal on Royal Street near Bourbon Street in New Orleans at dusk.

EXPLORE NEW ORLEANS’ NIGHTLIFE ON BOURBON STREET IN THE FRENCH QUARTER

NEW ORLEANS’ HISTORIC HOTEL ROYAL PUTS GUESTS ONE BLOCK FROM BOURBON STREET’S BARS, RESTAURANTS, AND ATTRACTIONS

Bourbon Street has many must-see attractions during the day, including shops and museums throughout the area and world-renowned restaurants that will satisfy New Orleans hotel guests. However, Bourbon Street is known for its nightlife. Once the sun begins to set over the French Quarter, Hotel Royal guests flock to Bourbon Street, one block away from our hotel on Royal Street, to experience the infamous nightlife, New Orleans cocktails, and historic bars within the French Quarter.

Bars on Bourbon Street One Block from the Hotel Royal on Royal Street

On Bourbon Street in New Orleans, the drinks flow 24/7. From pub crawls and cocktail tours to historic bars and jazz clubs, guests can drink their way through New Orleans’ French Quarter on Bourbon Street, one block from the Hotel Royal. Day or night, Bourbon Street remains New Orleans’ most famous spot to try classic cocktails like the Sazerac, Creole Bloody Mary, and the French 75. Popular bars on Bourbon Street near the historic Hotel Royal on Royal Street in New Orleans include:

  • Fritzel’s European Jazz Pub
  • Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop Bar
  • Old Absinthe House
  • The World Famous Cats Meow
  • Pat O’Brien’s
  • Bourbon ‘O’ Bar
  • Tropical Isle’s Bayou Club
Restaurants on Bourbon Street One Block from the Hotel Royal on Royal Street

The Bourbon Street area is home to some of New Orleans’ most historic restaurants and classic Cajun and Creole dining options. There are many dining options across the 13 blocks that Bourbon Street spans in New Orleans, including fine dining, casual lunch spots, and seafood joints. No matter where guests choose to dine on Bourbon Street, they’re guaranteed a flavorful New Orleans cuisine experience. Popular restaurants on Bourbon Street near the historic Hotel Royal on Royal Street in New Orleans include:

  • Galatoire’s
  • Bourbon House
  • Red Fish Grill
  • Olde Nola Cookery
  • Desire Oyster Bar
  • Cornet
  • Clover Grill
Attractions Near Bourbon Street and the Hotel Royal on Royal Street

Although drinking and dining on Bourbon Street is a classic New Orleans experience, the Bourbon Street area is abundant in historic buildings, shops, museums, and attractions. Some of New Orleans’ most historic landmarks live just steps away from Bourbon Street and our New Orleans hotel on Royal Street. Popular attractions on Bourbon Street near the historic Hotel Royal on Royal Street in New Orleans include:

  • Preservation Hall
  • Jackson Square
  • Café du Monde
  • Marie Laveau’s House of Voodoo
  • The French Market
  • New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum
  • The Cabildo

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New Orleans’ Hotel Royal, a historic Creole townhouse, delivers old-world hotel rooms and suites on Royal Street, the French Quarter’s beloved shopping and dining destination. While staying at our historic New Orleans hotel, guests can indulge in Royal Street’s antique shopping, art galleries, and fine dining or celebrate on Bourbon Street, one block away. Our on-site parking amenity allows all guests to stay a while or take a day trip outside the New Orleans area. The Hotel Royal offers guests 24-hour concierge service, non-smoking rooms, security-monitored common areas, French Quarter courtyards, and rooms with balcony access. All of our New Orleans hotel rooms and suites have luxury amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi, in-room beverages, hair dryers, and in-room safes.

CORPORATE

New Orleans’ Hotel Royal, a revitalized Creole townhouse on Royal Street, has all the amenities corporate business travelers could ever need during their stay in the French Quarter. The Hotel Royal lives on Royal Street, New Orleans’ favorite shopping and dining destination, allowing corporate business guests to work and explore the art, history, and food of the French Quarter a short walk away from their hotel rooms and suites. One block away, New Orleans’ Bourbon Street beckons corporate guests to let loose after a long business day. The historic Hotel Royal is a short drive from New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, making it a convenient location for corporate business travelers.

HISTORY

Much like the street it lives on, Hotel Royal is laced with New Orleans history. Our historic hotel’s life began at New Orleans’ 1006 Rue Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street, in 1784. In the 1830s, a private Creole townhouse was built on the historic Royal Street property in New Orleans. From a private residence to a laundromat, the New Orleans property at 1006 Rue Royal Street had many functions before opening its doors as a historic hotel in the 1960s. The J Collection’s recent restoration of the historic property in 2011 established 1006 Rue Royal Street as the Hotel Royal, now a premier New Orleans French Quarter destination with iron balconies and courtyards. Since the property opened its doors as the historic Hotel Royal, it has invited New Orleans visitors to explore the antique shopping, art galleries, and Creole dining of Royal Street with Bourbon Street’s spry allure one block away.  

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Unwind and indulge at New Orleans’ historic Creole townhouse, the Hotel Royal, where Royal Street’s shopping and dining await and Bourbon Street’s bars entertain. Our accommodations provide hotel guests with a blend of French Quarter history, courtyard peace, retail therapy, and New Orleans dining, guaranteeing an unforgettable New Orleans stay. Whether planning an antique shopping spree on Royal Street, an entertaining corporate business trip, or a historic New Orleans affair, the Hotel Royal, conveniently located one block from Bourbon Street, is superior for a classic New Orleans experience. Book a visit to New Orleans’ Hotel Royal on Royal Street today.

LIFE AROUND THE HOTEL

  • GALLIER HOUSE
  • PAPIER PLUME
  • BRENNAN’S
  • CAFE AMELIE
  • MOLLY’S AT THE MARKET
  • CROISSANT D’OR PATISSERIE
  • MANOLITO
  • THE COURT OF TWO SISTERS
  • HENDERSON GALLERY

FAQS

New Orleans’ landmark Hotel Royal places guests in the center of Royal Street, an antique shopping, Creole dining, and art gallery destination. One block away, on Bourbon Street, hotel guests can experience historic bars and New Orleans’ iconic nightlife. Historic landmarks like Café du Monde and Jackson Square are just steps away from the Hotel Royal’s rooms and suites. Our hotel accommodations include luxury in-room amenities, courtyard common areas, and on-site parking.

Our historic hotel on Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street in New Orleans, provides 24-hour concierge service, on-site parking, non-smoking rooms, security-monitored common areas, French Quarter balconies, and courtyards with fountains. New Orleans hotel guests will appreciate modern amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi, in-room beverages, safes, and hair dryers. 

Our historic New Orleans hotel is on Royal Street, the French Quarter’s premier antique shopping, art gallery, and Creole dining destination. Some of our hotel rooms and suites offer iconic New Orleans French Quarter balcony views, while rooms and suites without balconies feature windows overlooking the historic French Quarter, Royal Street, and Bourbon Street.

New Orleans has convenient public transportation options near the historic Hotel Royal on Royal Street and Bourbon Street. The New Orleans streetcar stops two blocks from our hotel’s rooms and suites. Guests can also access on-site parking at our New Orleans hotel on Royal Street, a rare amenity in the French Quarter.

Parking at New Orleans’ historic Hotel Royal on Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street, makes exploring the busy French Quarter easy. Our historic New Orleans hotel offers secured on-site parking to guests, a rare and valuable amenity in the Royal Street area.

New Orleans’ historic Hotel Royal hosts a French Quarter-style courtyard with a serene fountain and lounge area on Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street. Hotel guests can rest in our security-monitored French Quarter courtyard and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere just steps away from their hotel rooms and suites.

Hotel Royal lives in the epicenter of the New Orleans French Quarter’s antique shopping, art gallery, and Creole dining destination, Royal Street, which is one block from Bourbon Street. Hotel guests can easily explore the French Quarter’s most popular restaurants, shops, and historic buildings, such as the French Antique Shop and Brennan’s, all a short walk from our New Orleans hotel.

New Orleans’ historic Hotel Royal, on Royal Street in the French Quarter, is surrounded by shopping, dining, and history, making it a prime choice for corporate business trips or leisurely getaways. Our hotel is a short taxi ride from the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and a short walk from Bourbon Street. Yet, the Hotel Royal remains a quiet and old-world-style stay amidst New Orleans’ busy French Quarter.

New Orleans’ Hotel Royal in the French Quarter is one block from Bourbon Street, where you can find New Orleans cocktails, historic bars, and nightlife. Our historic hotel also lives on Royal Street, New Orleans’ premier shopping and dining destination. Hotel guests are just steps from New Orleans’ most famous antique shops, artist galleries, and historic restaurants.

Families traveling to New Orleans will enjoy their stay at the Hotel Royal on Royal Street in the French Quarter. Our hotel is an entertainment hub in New Orleans’ French Quarter, with easy access to transportation and family-friendly attractions. Our amenities, rooms, and services can accommodate guests of all ages.

New Orleans’ Hotel Royal on Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street, offers all the accommodations corporate business travelers may need during their stay in the French Quarter. The landmark Hotel Royal on Royal Street provides on-site parking for corporate guests in the epicenter of the French Quarter’s shopping and dining hot spot. It is a short drive from the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, making it a convenient location for business travelers.

Guests can expect sunny skies and mild weather in the winter while staying at New Orleans’ Hotel Royal on Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street in the French Quarter. During the summer, temperatures and humidity rise. The spring and fall seasons in New Orleans’ French Quarter are mild and enjoyable.

The historic Hotel Royal is centrally located in New Orleans, on Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street in the French Quarter. Business travelers staying at the Hotel Royal can easily travel to the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center or explore nearby attractions, shopping, and dining by foot, taxi, streetcar, or bus.

Our renovated Creole townhouse hotel is on New Orleans’ Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street and a seven-minute walk from Jackson Square, where shopping and dining are located. Hotel guests can easily venture to Bourbon Street for a one-of-a-kind nightlife experience or to Café du Monde for New Orleans’ ultimate hangover cure: café au lait and beignets.

Like the street it lives on, Hotel Royal is laced with New Orleans history. Our historic hotel’s life began at New Orleans’ 1006 Rue Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street, in 1784. In the 1830s, a private Creole townhouse was built on the historic Royal Street property in New Orleans. From a private residence to a laundromat, the New Orleans property at 1006 Rue Royal Street had many functions before opening its doors as a historic hotel in the 1960s.

The Netflix show “The Originals” was filmed at the historic Hotel Royal in 2022, on Royal Street, one block from Bourbon Street, in New Orleans’ French Quarter. The hotel is home to one of the show’s main characters, Marcel, the vampire aristocrat. Hotel Royal visitors can climb the same stairwell where Marcel welcomes people in “The Originals.”