Good things are rolling at The Mercantile Hotel. We’re renovating our lobby and guest rooms to make your stay even ‘suiter.’
At The Mercantile Hotel New Orleans, we’ll share our story and the story of this surprising city through a unique guest experience focused on the best of the Big Easy.
From the art that hangs on our walls to the music that plays through our halls – to the advice imparted by our Local Guides – we’ll connect every guest to the best of New Orleans.
Unlock the heart and history of New Orleans at The Mercantile Hotel … where great stories begin.
The Mercantile New Orleans hotel is a refined all-suites boutique hotel located in the heart of the historic Warehouse/Arts District in New Orleans, Louisiana.
When we say ‘refined,’ we mean it. Our beautifully restored historic building started life as a sugar refinery in the late 1800s. Today we offer spacious, stylish rooms with fantastic views of the city and Mississippi River.
The Arts and Warehouse District is the cleanest and safest New Orleans neighborhood in walking distance to the best attractions such as the French Quarter, Convention Center, cruise ship terminal and more.
As our neighborhood experiences a rebirth, The Mercantile New Orleans Hotel puts you in the heart of that excitement. When it comes to exploring, there are plenty of sights and sounds to experience within minutes of our doors.
Into history? The Arts and Warehouse District is home to fantastic museums. The National WWII Museum (best-rated attraction in New Orleans on TripAdvisor) and the Memorial Hall Museum are neighborhood icons.
If you’re looking for a little more casual fare, we’ve got that, too. Tackle the Croque Monster, a massive grilled cheese sandwich at St. James Cheese Company for lunch, enjoy the best Mexican food and tequila in the city at El Gato Negro right across the street or dig into a charcuterie plate over at Cochon Butcher.
The Mercantile Hotel New Orleans is a three-minute walk to the New Orleans Convention Center, the cruise ship terminal, Harrah’s Casino and the Outlet Collection at Riverfront – an enormous mall featuring shops from all your favorite national retailers.
We are near the final stop of the Riverfront streetcar, which is a fun and inexpensive way to explore Mississippi Riverfront attractions. It will take you to famous places like the French Market and Frenchman Street in historic style.
Make sure you check out our Local Guide for some of the best spots to eat and play in New Orleans.
The Arts and Warehouse District is also home to some of the best neighborhood bars in the city like Dino’s Bar & Grill or Lucy’s, as well as some of the best music and dance venues like Howling Wolf and Republic NOLA.
We are a 15-minute walk or quick Uber ride to the French Quarter, so you can experience everything New Orleans has to offer while staying in a safe, clean and quiet neighborhood.
When you are ready to sleep, our all-suites hotel will be your urban oasis after a day of exploring the Crescent City. With plenty of space to stretch out, you’ll rest well in our luxury linens … and be ready to do it all again tomorrow.
The Mercantile Hotel New Orleans is where your adventure becomes part of our story.
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