NEW ORLEANS – Hotel Le Marais has reopened after a multimillion dollar renovation, resulting in a chic and charming oasis located in the most vibrant and fashionable district in New Orleans.
The Hotel Le Marais, situated at 717 Conti Street in the French Quarter, has unveiled a completely transformed property draped in warm tones and inviting fabrics, with a contemporary decor accentuated in vibrant colors that reflect the art de vivre which makes New Orleans such an enchanting city. Like its namesake – the Marais district in Paris – the Hotel Le Marais plays tribute to its historical past while providing modern comforts and conveniences delivered with a personal touch.
“We are excited to offer such a beautifully distinctive hotel that presents an atmosphere of trendy sophistication, elegance and service for our guests,” said owner Joseph A. Jaeger, Jr., managing member of 717 Conti, LLC. “Hotel Le Marais provides a chic and stylish destination for travelers surrounded by the French Quarter’s world-renowned entertainment, dining, shopping and historic attractions.”
The extensive renovation involved upgrading all guestrooms and all public spaces, which reflects the owners’ personality and sensibilities. Thoughtful amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, breakfast, and newspapers; private courtyard with heated pool; welcome refreshment; fitness center; and a business center. The new lobby lounge, a new French Quarter hot spot for both locals and visitors, is a wine and tequila bar situated adjacent to the tropical courtyard and offering a trendy, upscale decor, happy hour, light and savory small plates, specialty tequilas, mixed drinks, and a wide variety of wines available by the glass.
“This is a unique hotel with high level service and a personable staff focused on exceeding every guest’s expectations,” said Area General Manager Craig Hulford. “All guestrooms, public spaces and amenities have been completely overhauled to reflect a contemporary sensibility and Hotel Le Marais is ready to see to all guests’ needs to make their stay and visit to America’s favorite city the most it can be.”