Reborn in 2015 after a $10-million renovation (and sold to Marriott in 2016), Q&C is one of the better of the new crop of millennial-targeting hotels. It’s got the requisite distressed leather sofas in the “living room”-style lobby; industrial lighting and hardware bits; scratchy blues tunes playing in the hallways; and communal tables where you can plug in and collectively stare at screens. But there’s also a vintage shuffleboard table, a terrific selection of art and music coffee-table books for perusing in stylized nooks, and wink-wink cameo silhouettes of Fats Domino and Duke Ellington. Totes adorbs. Also, while many of the millennialist properties have slashed food and drink options to the grab-and-go variety, Q&C has a darn good lobby restaurant and bar. The property shares two buildings split by a narrow street. Rooms are small but stylish in muted grays, browns, whites, and brick; subway-tiled, single-sink bathrooms have metal barn doors and those evil half-glass shower doors. In Building A, the third-floor rooms have huge windows; otherwise try for one with a view (floors 8–12); in Building B, snag #14 or #23. Rooms down low can face other buildings or suffer from street noise. Service-wise, it’s not the Ritz, but staff are cute, friendly, and generally on top of things. Hopefully Marriott’s influence won’t undo the individuality.
New Orleans› Hotel
344 Camp St
Our Rating Phone 866/247-7936 Prices $161–$277 double; $317–$378 suite. Amenities Restaurant; bar; fitness room; free high-speed WiFi Units 196 Web site Q&C Other Valet parking $38. Pets allowed (fees apply).Book a Room Now