What it's like
From the outside, double-decker Greek Revival Corinthian columns, a popular architectural style found throughout the absorbing and historic Garden District, signal to guests what kind of courtly experience to expect. Beyond a front porch perfect for sipping something cold while watching the world pass, inside the massive twelve-foot doors, The Henry Howard Hotel serves up bespoke furnishings, local artwork, a parlor bar, and guestrooms and suites with wood floors, luxurious linens, summer-weight comforters, floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed brick, and, if you can believe it, more.
Custom toile wallpaper and jazz instruments used as décor.
Bathrooms filled with Beekman 1802 toiletries—a artisanal line of farm-sourced beauty products.
Eat and drink
The Parlor: an on-site cocktail bar with 12 foot ceilings, crown molding, and beautiful red pine flooring. Imbibe indoors or outdoors--enjoy the front porch, backyard garden courtyard, or take your drink to-geaux for a stroll down Magazine Street. For local restaurant recommendations, ask the staff.
Three rooms at the Henry Howard include private balconies, and a beautiful back courtyard provides an outdoor entertainment space for private parties and wedding festivities.