The 4- Star Cambria Hotel, New Orleans captures the eclectic history of craft with a nod to the mysterious voodoo origins of the City. Built in a revitalized neighborhood within walking distance to the French Quarter, the design takes cues from the music scene and artists, collections of antiques and wares right alongside the tongue-in-cheek humor of Mardi Gras reflected in the artwork. The main lobby floor includes a bar and dining room where guests and visitors can experience the local vibe so unique to this historic city.

The interior spaces are designed with materials that reflect the character of this historic city with the use of rustic materials, including concrete floors, layered historic patterns, wrought iron, classic molding detail, and rich colored walls. There are fun accents including Skull pillows, voodoo doll iconography, and neon signs that remind guests where they are!

The guestrooms are styled around the craft of the old Mansion Style use of pattern, paying tribute to the rich history. Subtle coloration and textured floor patterns aid in operational upkeep in a city that never sleeps. Iconic black & white photography grace the walls helping guests understand the New Orleans culture of Laissez les bon temps rouler!


Michael Palumbo