Loews New Orleans Hotel Completes $4 Million Renovation

by • November 24, 2014 • Central Business District, Hotel & HospitalityComments (0)2435

Photo from Hotels.com

Photo from Hotels.com

The Loews New Orleans Hotel has competed a $4 million guest room and restaurant renovation.

Following three months of remodeling, the 285-room hotel now boasts updated guest rooms and suites, refreshed corridors and a sleek, modern look in Café Adelaide.

In 2013, Illinois-based Inland American Lodging Group, Inc. acquired the 285 key, 21-story Loews New Orleans Hotel for $74.5 million from Darryl Berger and Roger Ogden, the original developers of the hotel.

“New Orleans has experienced an incredible surge in visitors these past few years, which means everyone in the city wants to put their best face forward,” said Loris Menfi, general manager at the Loews New Orleans Hotel. “At just 10 years old the hotel is in beautiful shape, but we wanted to give our guest rooms, corridors and restaurant, Café Adelaide, a complete revamp to keep each space looking fresh and vibrant.” She added, “We are confident our guests will be as thrilled with the new look as we are.”

 

 

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