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The Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel

Pictures of the Roosevelt Hotel, one of the hotels I recommend in New Orleans. THe ROosevelt New Orleans, a grand old hotel on the outskirts of the French Quarter, was a Fairmont for many years before Hurricane Katrina hit.

The Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel in New OrleansLouisiana, was built by Louis Grunewald, a German immigrant, and opened in 1893 as “The Grunewald”. In 1908, a major 400 room expansion was added which is shown as the main portion in the postcard. This expansion was designed by the Milwaukee architectural firm, H. C. Koch & Sons. After various expansions it was purchased by a group of New Orleans investors and renamed “The Roosevelt Hotel” (in honor of late former president Theodore Roosevelt) in 1923.

Here are Some  Roosevelt Hotel Pictures


Antique Clock

King Suite Vanity

Hospitality Suite

Presidential Suite Living Room

Presidential Suite Dining Room

Rooftop Swimming Pool

Roosevelt Back Entrance

Breakfast at Sazerac

Lobby Mosaic Tile Detail

Reception Desk

Lobby Seating Area

Lobby Elevators

Queen Queen Room Overview

Clawfoot Bathtub

King Guest Room

King Suite Desk

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