THE CORNSTALK HOTEL
915 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone Number: (504) 523-1515
WHY IS IT SO SPECIAL?
If you want to experience the true energy, and history, of New Orleans then the Cornstalk Hotel embodies just that.
This stunning and historic French Quarter Victorian inn is just as famous as a tourist attraction, as it is as a hotel.
The facade is classically New Orleans, with it's huge front balcony ready to be enjoyed by it's guests.
It also comes from a place of love. Back in 1840, a fence was erected by the recently married owner. His wife was homesick for her home state of Iowa, and he wanted to bring a little piece of Iowa to her.
The Cornstalk Hotel is located on Royal Street, the crown jewel of the French Quarter. It exudes decorum, culture and elegance, away from the bright likes of Bourbon Street.
14 beautifully appointed room feature, with all the amenities you could want from a luxury hotel. Victorian charm will welcome you, and the one of a kind Southern hospitality will pull you to stay even longer.
Each of these rooms offer a beautiful attention to detail, matching the style and charm of the hotel itself. Each of the rooms are stunningly decorated, with gorgeous pastel colors highlighting the delicate golds of the furnishings with their 14ft golf leaf ceilings.
Your stay will feel like you have taken a step back in time into a museum. From the private baths, brilliant chandeliers, and to access to the communal balcony where you can watch the world go by, the Cornstalk Hotel will ensure your stay is filled with romance.
Surrounded by the sights, sounds, foods and scents of one of the most eclectic cities in not just Louisiana, but the USA, The Cornstalk Hotel will allow you to indulge in a classic New Orleans ambience, and richness.
The hotel offers a host of complimentary features, such as wifi, daily newspaper, 24hr tea and coffee, and shoe shine (when in New Orleans!)
WHAT ELSE SHOULD WE KNOW:
Famous past guests include Hillary and Bill Clinton, and the King of Rock N Roll - Elvis Presley.
- National Register of Historic Places
- Four Poster Beds
- Breakfast Included
- Heart of French Quarter
- Most Photographed Building in New Orleans