We invite you to experience the rich and exciting history of New Orleans in our lovingly restored 1850 mansion, built by esteemed architect Henry Howard. Nestled in the captivating Garden District, we offer old world elegance, paired with modern comforts - and always - great Southern hospitality.
The Henry Howard House is a luxurious rental property, catering to large groups who wish to rent the mansion for their group, party, or event.
The mansion is located one block off St. Charles Avenue with easy access to area attractions. Please take a moment to view our rooms, and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. Many of your questions can be answered by reading our "Guest Information" section on the amenities page.
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Our amenities include:
- High speed wireless internet
- Free local and long-distance calls
- Media Center including computer, copier, and fax
- Flat-panel HD TV in every room
- Private bathrooms in every room
- Temperature controls in every room
- Luxurious linens, spa towels and robes
- Parlor open for entertaining, meetings, lounging
- Bottle service available in your room
- Courtyards, porch, rooftop patio and private balconies
- Event Rental of parlor, kitchen etc, with catering and bartenders
The Henry Howard House is nestled in the heart of the historic Garden District. An abundance of antique shops, vintage and upscale shopping, restaurants and watering holes are all within walking distance of the Inn. Located just one block off St. Charles Avenue and two blocks off Magazine St., guests have a dizzying array of attractions to choose from. There are several Garden District walking tours available for those interested in local architecture and history. You can catch a streetcar to the Arts District to visit the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the Contemporary Arts Center and many other small galleries. You are also minutes from French Quarter, where you can enjoy all the charms of shopping on Royal St. or playing on Bourbon St.Read more