The combination of luxury boutique accommodations and French Quarter setting distinguishes the Soniat House as one of New Orleans' most desirable hotels. Comprised of three historic, Creole-style townhouses built in the 1830s by Joseph Soniat, the hotel is within easy walking distance of Jackson Square, Preservation Hall, and the French Market. In the evenings, guests returning to the hotel walk along a stone carriageway flanked by candles and enter through the courtyard. Come morning, a breakfast consisting of Creole cafe au lait, homemade Southern biscuits, and homemade preserves is served each morning in the garden courtyard, weather permitting.
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From Food & Wine , FEB 2004
Why would anyone want to start the day in a charmless casino when they could be lingering over hot biscuits and strawberry preserves in an antiques-filled suite at the Soniat House hotel or biting into a melt-in-your-mouth beignet at Café Du Monde? (Yes, Café Du Monde is full of tourists, but with good reason.)...MORE