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Things To Do for Valentine’s Day in New Orleans

Chocolate Raspberry Truffletini at Carousel Bar & Lounge in Hotel Monteleone New Orleans

Visit Hotel Monteleone for the Perfect Valentine’s Day in New Orleans

What could be more romantic than whisking your sweetheart away to a weekend in New Orleans for Valentine’s Day, one of the most magical cities in the country? New Orleans is built for love and romance, and Hotel Monteleone is the perfect place to start. After grabbing a romantic New Orleans cocktail at our Carousel Bar & Lounge, we wanted to recommend some of our favorite things to do for Valentine’s Day in New Orleans.

 

Hotel Monteleone’s List of Things To Do in New Orleans for Valentine’s Day:

1. Dine at Criollo Restaurant

The elegant and handsome decor of our New Orleans restaurant, Criollo, serves as the perfect location for a wonderfully tasting menu followed by some of the best desserts in town. Sip on wine and enjoy the luxurious service of our staff, who will cater to your every wish and desire. Follow it up with a drink at the Carousel Bar & Lounge while enjoying live New Orleans music nightly!

2. Take a horse-drawn carriage

While New Orleans is easily accessible by foot, bike, car or streetcar, there’s no better way to see Valentine’s Day in New Orleans than by an old-fashioned horse-drawn carriage. Pick-up locations for the horse-drawn carriages are close by – just a quick stroll from our French Quarter hotel to Jackson Square! Your knowledgeable driver will serve as a wonderful storyteller of the rich history of our city as you ride through New Orleans just as New Orleans residents used to do for hundreds of years.

3. Peruse the shops on Royal Street

Hotel Monteleone in the French Quarter is lucky enough to be located on one of the best streets for window-shopping in New Orleans: Royal Street. Known for its vibrant art galleries and unique custom jewelry shops, Royal Street makes for a wonderful stroll through the French Quarter while shopping for a special present for your significant other.

4. Try local sweets from French bakeries

Maybe you can’t make it Paris for Valentine’s Day this year, but New Orleans’ French cultural influence will get you close. With our roots rich in French history, we offer some of the best in local French bakeries or patisseries. Enjoy the many delicious treats available at these charming shops.

 

Enjoy Valentine’s Day in New Orleans

All this and more makes Valentine’s Day in New Orleans a must-do. Dine, wine, and dance in the colorful and vibrant Crescent City – a trip to our New Orleans hotel is one you won’t soon forget.



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