B on Canal
B on Canal, a boutique hotel in New Orleans, La., is now open following an extensive multi-million-dollar renovation. Located at 1300 Canal Street, this 1930s building is situated in the bustling central business and theater district, near Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Tulane Medical Center, the Bio District, and within walking distance to the French Quarter. Guests can enjoy the close proximity to the many restaurants, festivals, Mardi Gras celebrations, parades, and museums the Big Easy is renowned for.
“It is a great time to be opening in New Orleans and having a presence in the center of it all has us very enthusiastic to introduce the B brand to the city,” explains General Manager, Bruce Perone. “B on Canal evokes the charm of the city and provides guests with a unique food and beverage experience, offering a modern take on history that will leave a lasting impression.”
B on Canal pays homage to the city’s history which can be seen in the property’s design and ornate details. The handsomely appointed lobby is reminiscent of a modern-day French boutique from its built-in Roman arches and gold-brushed elevator doors with original medallions, to the black and white custom marble floor, statement chandelier and chrome and crystal light fixtures throughout. ID & Design International, thoughtfully considered each element to embrace hues of rich purple and gray, with suede and velvet textures and delicate baroque patterns. As a nod to the hotel’s location, black and white illustrations representative of the Renaissance period mixed with elegant Mardi Gras masks adorn the walls and hallways, appealing to travelers’ desires to be immersed in the destination.
The 15-story building houses 155 well-appointed guestrooms and suites ranging in size from 231 to 863 square feet. Each guestroom comes equipped with designer furnishings, combining comfort and simplicity with an elegant flair.
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