The weeks leading up to Mardi Gras are an exciting time in New Orleans with parades, social events and celebrations happening just about every day. The Roosevelt New Orleans, a historic hotel with exceptional service and modern amenities, can help make your trip to Mardi Gras feel even more special.


Originally the Grunewald Hotel built in 1893, the Roosevelt New Orleans has long been at the heart of the city and its Mardi Gras festivities. Located just off Canal Street, the hotel is steps from the French Quarter, Bourbon Street and many parade routes. Let the Roosevelt’s expert concierge staff guide you to the best locations and local events happening this month.


Other amenities at the Roosevelt include a glamorous rooftop pool and bar along with traditional shoe shine service in the lobby. You can find luxury goods and souvenirs in the well-stocked Emporium Gift Shop on-site. If you’re looking to unwind and recharge from your Mardi Gras celebration, reserve a massage, skin treatment or other service at the indulgent Waldorf Astoria Spa.


For a true wellness experience during Mardi Gras, guests can also reserve a Pure Room that promotes well-being and peace of mind. Pure Rooms use purified air to eliminate contaminants, including 99.99% of surface and airborne particles, to create a fresh hypoallergenic environment. When you stay in a Pure Room at the Roosevelt, you’ll enjoy purified air, allergy-friendly bedding, and a guest room of choice.


In addition to New Orleans’ celebrated cuisine and restaurant scene, there are several on-site dining options at the Roosevelt, including the historic Sazerac Bar, which is perennially named the best in the country. Domenica is the hotel’s signature restaurant serving authentic, rustic Italian food in an upscale atmosphere. Room service and an exclusive coffee lounge are also available.


Wellness-minded travelers know they can trust Pure Rooms for a guest room experience that promotes self-improvement. Choose Pure Rooms at the Roosevelt New Orleans for a unique and memorable Mardi Gras this year.

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