Hotel Overview

  • The top of a large stone building overlooking a large river.

    Take in stunning sunset views over the Mississippi River

  • A live band and a group of people in a restaurant.

    See and be seen at Chandelier Bar

  • Lobby with double desk, marble floors, sitting area for two and potted palms

    Our warm and inviting lobby makes check-in easy

  • A man and woman relaxing at the edge of an outdoor pool.

    Indulge in the sun at our fifth-floor rooftop pool deck

  • A spa treatment room with two spa beds and dim lighting

    Relax and pamper yourself in one of our treatment rooms

  • Four Seasons New Orleans 33 storey hotel over water at sunset

    Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans sits alongside the Mississippi River and Spanish Plaza

  • Guest rooms offer plenty of space for work, dining and relaxation

  • A sanctuary high above bustling New Orleans

  • Intricate headboards draw inspiration from the city’s gardens

  • A bride and groom under an arch of flowers with chairs lined up in rows.

    Host a private event in our manicured garden

  • A man and woman lounging next to a pool outside with plants and umbrellas around it.

    Relax on our fifth-floor rooftop pool deck

  • The exterior of a tall building next to a body of water with a city in the background.

    Enjoy a prime location along the Mississippi River at the start of Canal Street

  • Dimly-lit ballroom with four round tables and one long rectangular table

    Host an unforgettable event in our Plimsoll Ballroom

  • Feel the Beat of the City with Four Seasons Hotel New Orleans

Accommodations

  • New Orleans hotel room bed, chaise and table by floor to ceiling window
    Premier River-View King Room
  • City-View Executive Suite
  • A living area with a large sofa, two chairs and large windows.
    Presidential Suite
  • Premier King bathroom with marble counters and floors, large soaking tub, lighted mirror, wooden under-sink storage with towels
    Premier River-/City-View King Bathroom
  • Queen bed with white linens, white curtains and chest of drawers, wall-mounted television, floor-to-ceiling windows with view of downtown New Orleans
    Premier City-View Double Room
  • Tan sofa with wooden coffee table, patterned carpet, table for two with accent chairs, wall-mounted television, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Mississippi River
    City-/River-View Executive Suite Living Room

Dining

  • Chandelier Bar with six jade pillars flanked by wooden shelves and potted palms, glass-topped bar in the middle with six cocktail chairs, giant chandelier hanging overhead
    Chandelier Bar
  • Two bartenders, one male and one female, prepare cocktails at Miss River's marble-topped bar, liquor bottles arranged behind them
    Miss River
  • Cooked duck leg on a white plate.
    Duck Confit
  • A live band and a group of people in a restaurant.
    Chandelier Bar
  • Chandelier Bar seating area with brown accent chairs, marble-topped tables, floor-to-ceiling windows and potted palms
    Chandelier Bar
  • Champagne and caviar spread for two at Chandelier Bar
    Champagne & Caviar
  • Three staff members prepare dishes behind the counter at Miss River, a table of guests being served in the background
    Miss River
  • Dining room of restaurant, with booths and leather chairs, tiled floor
    Miss River
  • Tomahawk steak on wooden oval carving board
    CÔTE DE BOEUF FOR TWO at Chemin à la Mer
  • Marble-topped table with a silver tray of beignets and condiments, two mugs of coffee and a vase of fresh wildflowers
    In-room Dining
  • A man and woman eating oysters at an oyster bar with plants behind them.
    Chemin à la Mer
  • Chemin � la Mer bar area
    Chemin à la Mer

Discover New Orleans

  • A group of men playing horned instruments while walking down a street.

    A brass band performs in the French Quarter

  • Vintage streetcar on track between trees on New Orleans street

    The historic St. Charles streetcar

  • St. Louis Cathedral at Jackson Square

  • A picture-perfect home in the Garden District

  • Intricate ironwork in the French Quarter

  • Antique shopping on Royal Street

  • Wander through scenic Audubon Park