This New Orleans luxury suite and connecting room feature sophisticated decor and a welcoming atmosphere to unwind in.
Bedroom 1: 1 King and 1 Sofabed
Bedroom 2: 2 Queens
Ensure deep sleep with this premium bedding.
Keep everybody entertained in this private but intimate setting.
Enjoy plenty of space to spread out and relax.
Perfect to sleep additional guests.
Sophisticated decor and a prime address near Canal Street make the One King Bed Luxury Suite at The Roosevelt New Orleans a perfect retreat for a stylish New Orleans getaway. This spacious suite opens with a living room featuring a wooden writing desk and a convenient Queen-size sofa bed, then flows into a dining area for two with a granite-topped wet bar. Through a pair of French doors, the separate bedroom is furnished with one King-size bed and connects to a bathroom with designer bath products, a claw foot or garden tub, and separate shower. The connecting Two Queen Deluxe guest room provides a stylish yet cozy retreat for up to four members of your travel party.
Connected hotel suites are ideal for any occasion where you need privacy and a common area to hang out in. Each connected room has its own separate exit to the main hallway and its own bathroom. Suiteness works with hotels to access their floor plans and find every adjoining room option available, offering an affordable alternative to often unpredictable vacation rentals.
Modern luxury meets the history and culture of the Big Easy at The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel in the Central Business District. The Canal Street streetcar stop is just steps away from the lobby, and you can walk to the French Quarter in less than five minutes. Take a dip in the sparkling rooftop pool, relax in the hot tub, or relax in a private cabana to unwind after a busy day of exploring the city. In a city known for incredible dining, you'll find an array of options right at your doorstep with on-site restaurants including freshly baked pastries and coffee at Teddy’s Cafe, traditional Italian cuisine at Domenica, and Sazerac Bar, home of one of New Orleans's most famous cocktails.