New Orleans, LA
A charming hotel two blocks from the French Quarter, The Eliza Jane is steeped in New Orleans history. The hotel itself is located in a 19th-century building that was formerly the offices of The Daily Picayune newspaper; in fact, the hotel is named after Eliza Jane Poitevent, the paper’s first female publisher. Venture into the historic Central Business District to explore attractions such as Lafayette Square, two blocks from the hotel, and the National WWII Museum, a half-mile away.
The 196 rooms and suites at The Eliza Jane are inspired by New Orleans itself—welcoming and modern with a thoughtful nod to history. The hotel decor reflects the building’s unique heritage as the offices of The Daily Picayune, with exposed brick in the hallways, classic subway tile in the bathrooms, and framed artwork of historic city shots hanging on the walls. In many rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows offer views overlooking Magazine Street, the charming inner courtyard, or the atrium.