Hotel is in the quiet residential section
of New Orleans' French Quarter. Built in 1829 by prosperous plantation owner
Joseph Soniat Dufossat as a town house for his large family, Soniat House combines
Creole style with classic Greek Revival detail. Stone carriageway, spiral staircases,
and open galleries framed by lace ironwork.
Two blocks from the French Market and Cafe du Monde and three blocks from Jackson Square and the riverfront promenade. I
Well-stocked wine cellar and honor bar in the sitting room.
Bathside telephones, 200-count cotton percale bed linens, goose
down pillows, extra reading pillows, an evening turn-down service, and Jacuzzi
baths in several of the rooms. The hotel can arrange a private car for airport
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