CELEBRATE NEW ORLEANS’ UNIQUE CULTURE NEAR THE FRENCH QUARTER


New Orleans is a living story. Walls talk. Menus speak. Street corners sing. Now, an new chapter unfolds within the walls of The Eliza Jane.

Before the most recent transformation, a quartet of historic buildings stood as one New Orleans’s countless architectural and economic heirlooms. Liquor, gunpowder, and a warehouse for city’s famed Daily Picayune newspaper, were once housed where the hotel now stands, emblazoning the walls around you with an ideal blend of revelry and notoriety.

This is where a fiery-haired poet-turned-heiress, Mrs. Eliza Jane Nicholson, became the country’s first woman publisher who successfully turned a local penny paper into a national institution.

Beyond such legendary storytelling, 315 Magazine Street was also home to the original mixologist himself, Antoine Peychaud, who packaged his infamous ruby Peychaud’s bitters right on site.

Your visit adds another intriguing story to a place so rich with legend and inspiration, you’re likely to leave with a few epic tales of your own.


Amenities
  • Free Internet Access
  • Fitness Center
  • Digital Key
  • Digital Check-In
  • In-Room Chromecast
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Restaurant On-Site
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  • Room Service
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  • Business Services
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  • Laundry
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  • Concierge
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Safety First, Wellbeing Always

Guided by our purpose of care, we’re committed to enhanced levels of cleanliness in an effort to ensure your safety and wellbeing.
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Rooms + Suites

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Suite Bathroom at The Eliza Jane New Orleans
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Evoking an upscale residential feeling, rooms at The Eliza Jane create a spirited, authentic ambiance. Many include original touches, such as exposed brick walls and ceiling beams. Suites vary in size, and many include courtyard and city street views.

Our Hotel

The Press Room

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The Press Room

A nod to The Daily Picayune newspaper and the building’s namesake—the paper’s first female publisher, Eliza Jane Nicholson—The Press Room is our lobby lounge. Here, you can mingle with other guests and locals over happy hour cocktails, wine and snacks. At The Press Room, the longer you linger in one of our leather or velvet chairs, the more details you’ll discover, from the antique typewriters and custom brass lighting.    

The Courtyard

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The Courtyard

Step into The Courtyard, a lush, private oasis at the very heart of The Eliza Jane. Featuring original exposed brick walls, black-and-white cement tiles, and a sensual, Venus-inspired fountain by local artist Brent Barnidge, The Eliza Jane’s open-air courtyard is an evocative space perfect for mingling with friends or hosting a private event. Retreat beneath our custom pergola, gas lantern and overgrown trellises, and enjoy the balmy New Orleans night.

Fitness Center

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Fitness Center

Keep up with your workout routine while you’re away at The Eliza Jane with our 24-hour fitness center. We feature a Peloton® bike, three touch screen ellipticals, two treadmills, free weights, and yoga mats to meet all your fitness needs. Chilled towels and a water cooler leave you refreshed and invigorated.

Special Events

Weddings

Holbrook Banquet Detailing

Weddings

Embrace the historic heritage, chic yet timeless décor, and central location of The Eliza Jane as you host your perfect, intimate New Orleans event.

Meetings

Lobby Table

Meetings

Host your meeting in the heart of the Central Business District with New Orleans style. Enjoy 1,800 square feet of function space and delicious custom catering options by Couvant.

Photos + Reviews

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Exterior Signage at The Eliza Jane New Orleans
Entrance at The Eliza Jane New Orleans
Bathroom at The Eliza Jane New Orleans
Courtyard King Room at The Eliza Jane New Orleans
5.0 Stars

Wonderful boutique hotel

Beautiful hotel, tastefully decorated a short walk from the French Quarter.
The rooms are spacious, stylish with great fittings in the bathroom.
Coffee maker and all amenities available in the room. The bed a awesome and the room was quiet. Terrific value for money.
Mona B | Atlanta, Georgia
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