This location has COVID-19 local government mandates in place, such as proof of vaccination or qualifying negative test results and mask requirement for access to the restaurant, bar, events, and indoor amenities as well as other restrictions based on applicable governmental requirements.
New Orleans is a living story. Walls talk. Menus speak. Street corners sing. Now, an intriguing new chapter unfolds with the exciting debut of The Eliza Jane.
Before its most recent transformation, this quartet of historic warehouses stood as one New Orleans’s countless architectural and economic heirlooms. Liquor, gunpowder, and the city’s famed Daily Picayune newspaper were all manufactured and distributed where the hotel now stands, emblazoning the walls around you with an ideal blend of revelry and notoriety.
This is where a fiery-haired poet-turned-heiress, Mrs. Eliza Jane Nicholson, became the country’s first woman publisher who successfully turned a local penny paper into a national institution.
Beyond such legendary storytelling, 315 Magazine Street was also home to the original mixologist himself, Antoine Peychaud, who packaged his infamous ruby Peychaud’s bitters right on site.
Your visit adds another intriguing story to a place so rich with legend and inspiration, you’re likely to leave with a few epic tales of your own.
Inspiring. Social. Delicious. At The Eliza Jane, guests will experience a culinary scene that blends New Orleans’ unmistakable French roots with the famous warmth of the American South. At our classic French brasserie, Couvant, chefs take an uncomplicated, unfussy approach to Old World dishes in a casual, social atmosphere. In the hotel’s atrium lobby, guests can elbow up alongside regulars at The Press Room bar, which evokes a cozy New Orleans living room and doubles as a spirited lounge that hosts happy hour gatherings and serves light bites.
Step into your private retreat in The Eliza Jane’s unmistakably upscale guestrooms. Here, rich colors alternate with elegant floral patterns, while tufted leather headboards, brass accents and exposed brick walls, nod to the hotel’s former warehouse days.
The Eliza Jane offers more than 1,800 square feet of inviting and polished meeting and event space that reflects the history and passion of this vibrant city. Unique spaces with contemporary and industrial cues; gourmet catering; and an experienced sales team dedicated to inspire planners and their guests alike.
Just two blocks from the infamous French Quarter and conveniently close to the burgeoning Arts District, guests at The Eliza Jane are surrounded by iconic attractions, charming neighborhoods, and a living history. We welcome guests to explore the spirit, creativity and vitality of New Orleans.