25 Feb Celebrate Mardi Gras at These Wellness Hotels in New Orleans
Whether you’re preparing for Lent or just want a fun escape from winter, it’s tough to beat the energy and excitement of New Orleans during Mardi Gras. “Fat Tuesday” in New Orleans actually stretches over two party-filled weeks, culminating with the biggest and best parades this weekend. It all takes place amid the history and tradition of one of the country’s most beautiful cities.
We know wellness-minded travelers want to make the most of their Mardi Gras experience in the Big Easy. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of New Orleans hotels that offer the peace of mind and complete wellness experience of Pure Rooms. With everything from purified air to allergy-friendly bedding, you’ll start and end each day of Mardi Gras in the comfort of a hypoallergenic environment.
Pure’s newest hotel in New Orleans is also one of the cities’ most striking. This boutique hotel was built in 1907 and continues to embody the classic style and allure of old time New Orleans. Enjoy a scenic rooftop pool and the quiet grandeur of Le Pavillon, right in the heart of city and within easy walking distance of the French Quarter.
Those who want to be in the heart of the action will love the Hyatt French Quarter. Situated at the corner of Canal and Bourbon Streets, you’ll experience the sights and sounds of Mardi Gras just outside your front door. And with complimentary WiFi, a poolside bar and multiple dining options on-site, the Hyatt’s amenities and service make clear why they call New Orleans the “Big Easy.”
For a glamorous and decadent taste of New Orleans, you can’t go wrong with the Roosevelt New Orleans. This Waldorf Astoria property boasts two storied drinking establishments, the Fountain Lounge and the Sazerac Bar, as well as its own upscale spa on-site. Experience Mardi Gras in style with the luxurious surroundings and Southern hospitality of the Roosevelt New Orleans.
Kevin Arnold writes about health, wellness and travel. For more tips and information, check out all of his posts at www.pureroom.com/blog.