The Pontchartrain Hotel is a neighborhood gem located on St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans. Originally built in 1927 and named after the Count de Pontchartrain, a member of Louis XVI’s court, the hotel was a destination for Frank Sinatra, Rita Hayworth, Truman Capote, President Gerald Ford, and Author Tennessee Williams. The property has been thoughtfully restored to maintain a historic feel while imparting a sense of modern comfort and style throughout the 106 rooms and suites. Five unique dining and entertainment options round out the offering, including the hotel’s new roof­top bar, Hot Tin, boasting unparalleled views of the New Orleans skyline.