Eight offbeat hotels in historic New Orleans buildings

A convent, an infant asylum and a mid-century motel are among the buildings converted into eight unusual and stylish hotels you can stay at in New Orleans.

Hotel Saint Vincent in the Lower Garden District, New Orleans, by Lambert McGuire Design

Built back in 1862, this red brick building used to be the Saint Vincent’s Infant Asylum. Austin-based Lambert McGuire Design has converted it into a 75-room hotel that mixes 20th-century Italianate style with art deco and mid-century modern twists.

Bathrooms feature cherry-red tubs and psychedelic wallpaper, and the guest-only cocktail bar the Chapel Club is reached

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