The Eliza Jane hotels comprises seven former New Orleans warehouses unified following an overhaul from New York-based Stonehill Taylor.
The dark blue wood-clad reception area sits in front of the original fireplace adorned with artwork that references the hotel’s namesake and first publisher of the Daily Picayune, Eliza Jane Nicholson.
The Press Room lounge exudes a vintage aesthetic that honors the revivalist fashion popular in New Orleans during the late 19th century.
A fern leaf pattern adorns the Press Room walls, another nod to the hotel’s floral theme.
Nearly 50 configurations in two layouts define the hotel’s 196 guestrooms, including ones dressed in dusty rouge tones.
A contemporary palette balances more traditional furniture in guestrooms.
Freestanding bathtubs overlook Magazine Street from full-height windows.
Black hex flooring and white bevel subway tiles are illuminated in each bathroom by satin brass light fixtures.