The Eliza Jane is part of Hyatt’s Unbound Collection of distinct, historic or otherwise unique hotels which are designed to be classic reflections of the cities they serve. The Eliza Jane is tucked into the growing Warehouse District in New Orleans which borders the Art District and of course the French Quarter. It’s a lovely hotel with charm, sophistication and a few quirky New Orleans touches.
On this trip we had the nicest suite in the house, the 710 square foot Publishers Suite which featured a large living room which was perfect for entertaining.
It also offered a generous bedroom with a large King bed., small sitting area and views of the bustling street below.
And an epic bathroom with oversized soaking tub, shower and vanity for two.
The suite was casual yet elegant in an unpretentious way. It reflected the overall vibe of the Eliza Jane. The Dining Area was set up for dinner or drinks and canapés before a night on the town.
It was also a comfortable place to work.
The restaurant on property Couvant is a French-style brasserie with some American twists and was quite food, as was the lobby bar’s 4-6 pm Happy Hour. It frankly was pretty happening.
And the public areas have a nice design ethos throughout.
All in all the Eliza Jane fits New Orleans’ eccentricities and yet offers comfort and service in a relaxed and unpretentious way. They also recognized the value of World of Hyatt Globalists which is always appreciated.