Known as one of America's biggest party towns with its round-the-clock nightlife and incredible music scene, New Orleans promises visitors a truly unique getaway no matter where they stay. Of course, for many, hotels with rich history and fantastic architecture in the famous French Quarters easily top the list of must-try accommodations. But if you are looking to step outside the box and take your NOLA vacay to the next level, then why not start with some eccentric lodgings. That said, in no particular order, here are ten of the most unique accommodations to book in New Orleans at any time of the year.


Nopsi Hotel


A true gem in Central New Orleans, the NOPSI has been a staple in this amazing city since the Roaring Twenties. Not only does this unique hotel offer its guests ample history, but it also keeps the theme from the said era with its overall fantastic art-deco and Jazz Age vibe. With 217 luxury rooms and suites, NOPSI Hotel is the perfect choice for high-end, young, and sophisticated travelers. Other notable hotel features include an onsite restaurant, a rooftop pool, and a first-rate gin bar.

  • Cost : Roughly $145 a night. 
  • Address : 317 Baronne St, New Orleans, LA 70112. 
  • Phone : (504) 962-6500 . 

The Saint Hotel


For travelers looking to be within walking distance of the famous Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, then The Saint Hotel is definitely for you. This impressive 4-star hotel is all about "playing naughty but sleeping saintly." Here guests will adore this heavenly upscale hotel with its ample amenities. Onsite, guests can enjoy traditional southern Louisiana food at Tempt or sip on some afternoon cocktails at the Burgundy Bar, which also has live jazz music in the evenings. A highlight of these accommodations is the whole angels/devils theme and overall attention to detail.

  • Cost : Around $150 a night. 
  • Address : 931 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70112. 
  • Phone : (504) 522-5400 . 

Virgin Hotels New Orleans


Located in the Warehouse District of New Orleans, also within walking distance of the French Quarter, is the Virgin Hotel New Orleans. This relatively new hotel offers its guests limitless amenities, including 230+ rooms, a Commons Club, a rooftop pool, a coffee shop, a library, a gym, and a lovely little lounge known as the Shag Room. Here, these digs incorporate a colorful Southern residential feel and stunning tropical architectural motifs—all with their signature smart and flirty design. Interested travelers should book well in advance here, as this hotel is quickly becoming a fan favorite in this party city.

  • Cost : Approximately $140 a night. 
  • Address : 550 Baronne St, New Orleans, LA 70113. 
  • Phone : (504) 603-8000 . 

Moxy Hotel


Of course, if you came to New Orleans to do some serious partying, then the very highly rated Moxy Hotel Located in Nola's Central Business District and its "chic bar with rooms" persona should suffice. This particular hotel not only promises a 24-hour drinking den, but it also is a truly Instagram-worthy place to stay. Catering to a slightly younger demographic, Moxy has a quirky and fun interior, ample communal spaces for drinking to your heart's content, plus an onsite café. But that's not all; This hotel also has a modern gym, an additional cocktail bar, a contemporary open-plan lounge, and a library.

  • Cost : Around $161 a night. 
  • Address : 210 O'Keefe Ave, New Orleans, LA 70112. 
  • Phone : (504) 525-6800 . 

Hotel Peter & Paul


A few minutes from the French Market, the Hotel Peter and Paul is located in a former church and school from 1860. This upmarket hotel doesn't take away from its fascinating history either; instead, this building was restored and reborn in the form of unique and entirely unusual accommodations. Here guests can delight in the fact that no two guest rooms are alike and each room, in its own way, pays homage to the European-designed schoolhouse and Southern-style rectory that once was. In the way of amenities, there is a small bar, an ice-cream parlor, and an overall relaxed vibe that awaits you.

  • Cost : Only $114 a night. 
  • Address : 2317 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70117. 
  • Phone : (504) 356-5200 . 

The Eliza Jane


On the edge of the French Quarter, The Eliza Jane Hotel is another historic restoration ready to dazzle its guests. Here, you can enjoy tastefully designed lodgings that are both spacious and exciting. With gorgeous color schemes, fantastic accent furniture, and a touch of elegance, this 196-room hotel offers a brilliant mix of modern and classic. This is an ideal stay for couples looking for something more intimate while still getting a healthy dose of history and a taste of this soulful city's story.

  • Cost : About $306 a night. 
  • Address : 315 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130. 
  • Phone : (504) 882-1234 . 

W New Orleans


Yet another 4-star rated hotel close to the French Quarter is none other than the W Hotel New Orleans. Like other W hotels around the world, the W Nola offers guests the perfect retreat from all the quarter craziness. In particular, one hotel feature that is both unique and inviting here is the secluded courtyard, complete with a cabana-laden pool area that is refreshing, calming, and a great way to spend some time possibly nursing your hangover from the night before.

  • Cost : Just $271 a night. 
  • Address : 316 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70130. 
  • Phone : (504) 581-1200 . 

Henry Howard Hotel


For travelers needing something a little more low-key, the laid-back yet stylish Henry Howard Hotel, located in the hip Lower Garden District, is worth considering. A once mid-19th-century townhouse has been transformed into an impressive upscale spot for travelers to hang their hats. This is another nice escape from the crazy nightlight of the Big. Easy. Here guests can expect the full experience when it comes to Southern charm and hospitality in this truly eclectic hotel. As a bonus, there are ample restaurants and bars in the Lower Garden District—all of which are just a simple stroll away.

  • Cost : About $143 a night. 
  • Address : 2041 Prytania St, New Orleans, LA 70130. 
  • Phone : (504) 313-1577 . 

Ace Hotel


The Ace Hotel stands tall in the trendy central Warehouse District. Another 4-star stay, this hotel speaks to the minimalists in us all. That said, what makes this a unique stay is its minimalist design with just a dash of Southern Charm—resulting in an overall low-key interior with a lounge club vibe. In addition to the stylish guest rooms here, this hotel has exceptional amenities, including a bi-level suite with a terrace and a wet bar, five chic restaurants onsite, a cute retro photo booth, and lively entertainment. There is also a 24-hour gym, a serene lap pool, plus a rooftop sundeck to boot.

  • Cost : Typically $152 a night. 
  • Address : 600 Carondelet St, New Orleans, LA 70130. 
  • Phone : (504) 900-1180 . 

Troubadour Hotel New Orleans


Finally, the Troubadour Hotel New Orleans offers its guests a cool yet funky vibe that almost every Millennial and Gen Zs can get behind. With stylish contemporary decor that is modern, this hotel in the Central Business District is a real feast for the eyes. Less than 10 minutes from the French Quarter, travelers can still experience all that Bourbon Street has and then some incredible city views and more. Some trendy hotel features include local artwork displayed in the guest rooms, retro accessories, designer toiletries, a 24-hour gym, an onsite bistro, pet-friendly accommodations, and an excellent rooftop eatery/bar with regular DJ performances.

  • Cost : Around $121 a night. 
  • Address : 1111 Gravier St, New Orleans, LA 70112. 
  • Phone : (504) 518-5800 .