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The New Orleans Hotel & Spa is comprised of twenty-one guest units, eighteen of which are full suites. Our deluxe guest rooms are completely renovated, and each features the work of a different local artist, LCD TVs with DVD players, free movie rental, complimentary drinks, and much more. In the Lobby there is the Suchness Spa and Annie's Boutique.
All reviews no elevator spring street liquid creamer in town climb stairs historic hotel jacuzzi tub beautiful antiques perfect location my husband and i antique furniture within walking distance modern amenities lots of character i highly recommend this hotel front desk clerk first floor
My boyfriend and I spent the weekend at The New Orleans Hotel, from Nov. 30-Dec. 2. We didn’t know when we booked that it was the weekend for the Christmas Parade. We sat on the balcony overlooking Spring St. to watch the parade. It was...More
This is the second year we have come to Eureka Springs for the Christmas parade and Tour of Homes. We drive from Nashville, TN ( over 400 miles) to meet our family. I booked our room on line this year at the New Orleans Hotel....More
We’ve stayed here a number of times and it’s our favorite in the area. We’ve been vacationing in Eureka Springs for more than twenty years. You can’t beat the location and friendly helpful staff. Sue is a gem and has taken such good care of...More
Loved this place. Within walking distance to most places. Comfortable room. Beautiful interior, looked like they were redoing some rooms. There's a piano downstairs and on occasion had people playing. Great tub for soaking in after a day of exploring! Swanky restaurant right below the...More
The staff was "at our service" with every request. The hotel is quaint and unique as well as perfectly situated for the heart of the town's activity. I will not stay anywhere else when I return to Eureka Springs.