This beautiful 1863 historic red-brick building was completely re-imagined in 2019 as a sleekly contemporary boutique hotel blending the best of local history and modern comfort. The laid-back welcome and sweet charm of Southern hospitality awaits guests of the Magnolia, with a blend of premium amenities and the flawless service of a professional, gracious staff that knows how to take care of every need.
- Located in the heart of the Central Business District and steps away from the French Quarter, the Magnolia is the perfect jumping-off point to experience world-famous jazz, nightlife, and Cajun cuisine.
- Laurel Oak, the Southern brasserie and cocktail bar adjacent to the Magnolia Hotel, offers an authentic New Orleans dining experience rooted in French and Southern cuisine.
- 752 square feet of meeting space and a stunning rooftop deck offer the perfect setting for executive retreats, intimate meetings, or corporate parties of up to 60 guests.
- Relax in one of 100 guest rooms offering airy design and a downtown loft feel, with spacious work areas.
- Enjoy our welcoming hospitality with a sweet end to the day—our fresh chocolate chip cookies are served nightly.
Po Boys and Pedi Cabs, Music and Mystery
At the Magnolia New Orleans, you can feel the very heartbeat of The Big Easy as the sights, sounds and energy of the city swirl around you in every direction. No matter your reason for visiting, you’re within arm’s reach of legendary dining, inspired outings, and world-class architecture and culture.
Take in unparalleled historic architecture of the French Quarter with visits to area landmarks like the Hermann-Grima house or picturesque St. Louis Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in continuous use in the United States.
Get to the heart of the city’s music scene at the New Orleans Jazz Museum, then take in an evening of jazz at the legendary Spotted Cat or Fritzel’s European Jazz Pub.
Explore the mysterious side of “the most haunted city in the U.S.” with a vampire and voodoo ghost tour.
Hop a pedi cab to whisk you around the cobblestone streets to seek out the perfect po boy, savor shrimp and grits, or visit pre-Civil War era cocktail bars at one of the most iconic culinary destinations in the country.