In my opinion there is only one hotel option in New Orleans, and that is the Windsor Court. The beautiful French elegance oozes from the walls, but not in a theatrical way. The hotel is classy and comfortable with high tea and harpists at 3pm sharp followed by live jazz for evening drinks. The suites are enormous and feel akin to a spacious one bedroom apartment in Paris. An enormous opulent vanity, a separate sitting room and an expansive view of the city make this hotel one of my favorites ever, not just for New Orleans.
The food was impeccable, the brunch offering the only healthy options I found throughout the city, and the service on point. I felt transcended to a French countryside chateau as I enjoyed a complimentary glass of champagne with the tart cherries, mixed nuts and truffled popcorn. Regrettably, I did not review the restaurant for lunch or dinner, but I was pleased with the Boudin balls and chefs garden butter lettuce from the Polo Club Lounge. I was pleasantly surprised to find