Originally opened in 1908, the Jung became New Orleans’ most prestigious stay, known for live music.
The rooftop Tulane Ballroom has hosted Mardi Gras balls, grand cotillions, proms – even a 1964 Presidential appearance.
Rooms at this newly reno’d Canal St. gem rock a muted palette, coffee maker, personal cube cooler, rain shower and 48-in smart TV.
Valet parking $34/night.
No fitness center.
Complimentary turndown service.
55" flat-screen TV.
2 bars onsite.
Room service available.
What Our Bookers Think
96% Liked It (1,962 Ratings)
Flew in from California for Mardi Gras, this place was amazing, service was top notch. The rooms were very modern and they have 2 rooftop pools with views of the entire city. Be sure to do their brunch in the restaurant, hands down one of the best I have had!!
Hotel was beautiful. Rooms were extremely comfortable and staff was really friendly. We arrived early and were able to leave our bags, once our room was available they even called to let us know. Close enough to every to walk but also trolley stop right across the street.
We had an amazing stay.. kitchenette and laundry in your room, beautiful and clean. And a very comfortable bed!
2 years ago
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Rate displayed is per night, per room. Each room is guaranteed to fit 2 people. Extra guests are at the hotel’s discretion and may be subject to additional fees.