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Great Hotels Season 1 - Episode 2: Hotel Maison de Ville - New Orleans


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Take a lively armchair visit to some of the exceptional resort hotels throughout the United States. Along the way, host Samantha Brown experiences first-hand what makes these hotel destinations popular, appealing, unique, and memorable. Each episode presents an entertaining "story" of up to two different hotel destinations, complete with encounters and eccentricities that creatively show and tell what makes each hotel a great experience. Episode 2: New Orleans is known for its nonstop party attitude, incredible restaurants, and music, music, music! Samantha Brown checks into two unique establishments, each with its own style and personality. The Hotel Maison de Ville is located in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter. It's a hotel with a history. The nine-guestroom townhouse was originally a private residence back in the 1800s. Tennessee Williams is rumored to have stayed in Room #9 while writing "A Streetcar Named Desire." Just a few blocks away, the Hotel Maison de Ville offers guests an alternative to its main residence, the Audubon Cottages. These seven cottages, each with a courtyard, are surrounded by secret gardens. Cottage #1 is where American naturalist and painter John James Audubon painted his Birds of America series. Another Great Hotel in New Orleans is Le Pavillon. Located in the city's central business district, Le Pavillon recalls a time of elegance and grandeur. When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

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