The Roosevelt Hotel - Waldorf Astoria Collection
123 Baronne Street
New Orleans, LA 70112
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Phone Number: 504-648-1200
Rooms: 504

Few names in American hospitality resonate for travelers and locals the way The Roosevelt New Orleans does.


From our legendary past – where the famous and infamous, the royal and revered, the celebrity and the Sazerac have all starred – to our modern-day luxury and extraordinary accommodations and meeting spaces.


The Roosevelt is the destination where memories begin. Experience the premier luxury hotel in New Orleans, now part of the prestigious Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts.


The Roosevelt New Orleans. We bring the world to our doors.


Mechanical systems were moved from the basement to better prepare the building for future storms. The hotel no longer needs chillers, because chilled water — used to run air conditioning and other systems — is now bought from Entergy.

Mosaic tile was once covered by carpet is now re-exposed throughout the hotel’s main lobby.

A remake of the Blue Room is complete with gleaming chandeliers and architectural details that delight. The space is now used for events such as weddings, banquets, Sunday Brunch and live entertainment that appeals to all ages.

Architectural elements that were hidden for decades, such as handmade plaster work in elevator lobbies, mosaic floors and coffered ceilings are now seen throughout the hotel.

The Sazerac Bar, fully restored, is where patrons can once again enjoy the Art Deco-style murals by artist Paul Ninas and woodwork surrounding the bar giving it a welcoming warmth. Ninas, a pioneer modernist, moved to New Orleans in 1932 and painted the murals shortly thereafter.

On the outside of the hotel, workers found a Grunewald sign that had been covered with pieces of lead for about 85 years. The sign is now re-exposed at the University Place entrance.