Henry Howard Hotel: New Orleans, LA
Stylish + Sophisticated New Orleans
by Scottie Key
Located in New Orleans’ grand Garden District, the Henry Howard Hotel is the perfect spot for your very stylish nuptials. Built in 1867 by famed architect Henry Howard, this double gallery town house holds on to exquisite southern charm while maintaining a fresh and cool New Orleans vibe.
We Simply Adore
- Dapper Interior Design – Lauren Mabry of celebrity design house, Hunter Mabry Designs, is responsible for the unique interior inside this boutique hotel.
- The Art – Local artist, Hayley Gaberlavage, was commissioned to do incredible portraits of the 8 family members who own the HHH.
- The Parlor – The heart of the hotel is certainly the parlor. Guest can enjoy sipping artesian cocktails while listening to the occasional live band.
Out and About
- Ride The St. Charles Street Car – Hop on this iconic trolley for an unofficial tour of New Orleans’ French Quarter, Garden District, and suburb of Carrolton. Catch the car, just a block away, at St. Charles and Josephine and enjoy the ride!
- Rehearsal Dinner at Trinity – Avant-garde design aesthetics met with a fresh and unique culinary perspective on authentic New Orleans cuisine provide for a truly modern gastronomical experience in this French Quarter restaurant.
Big Day Details
- Destination Wedding Perfection – The Henry Howard is perfect for an intimate destination wedding, available for hosting small ceremonies and receptions with a maximum of 80 guests. We recommend hiring out the entire property for your special weekend. Stay, prepare, and celebrate with the Henry Howard.
- Luxuries Preparation Suites – The bride and her bridal party will love the Edward Conery Apex Suite, a massive and private third floor suite. While the boys, we think, will enjoy their lead-time in the Royal Kind Gallery with a gorgeous wrap around balcony perfect for cocktails and socializing.
Here’s The Scoop
When we stayed at the Henry Howard Hotel as tourist we really felt as though we were experiencing true New Orleans. Not the iconic but typical Bourbon street party vibe, but what is truly New Orleans life. The old world nostalgia of the architecture combined with the luxury amenities and modern design is almost exciting. The staff is so pleasant and knowledgeable; they made us feel (and wish) that we were at home. Though it is not standard, we highly recommending requesting a tour of the property. This history of the Henry Howard Hotel and the surrounding area is fascinating. We cannot wait to visit the Henry Howard Hotel again.
photo credit Kathleen Fitzgerald