A French Quarter New Orleans Hotel

Make your visit to New Orleans special at this quaint European-style hotel located in the heart of the French Quarter. Built in the 1890s, Nine-O-Five Royal Hotel is one of the first smaller hotels built in New Orleans. Each room is beautifully decorated and filled with period furnishings. Nine-O-Five Royal Hotel features 10 rooms and 3 suites with balconies overlooking Royal Street. Enjoy the view from the balcony as you watch the horse-drawn carriages go by, or relax in the courtyard. Each room includes:

  • Private Entrance
  • Private Bath
  • Maid Service with fresh towels daily
  • Kitchenette with Dishes, Sink & Refrigerator
  • Coffeemaker
  • Color TV with Basic Cable Channels
  • Central Air and Heat

905 Royal Hotel is located down the street from the locally loved Felix's Restaurant and Oyster Bar! Family-owned for over 60 years, Felix's dishes up the best raw oysters in New Orleans. Vist them at 739 Iberville Street.

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Welcome to our NEW website!
January 12, 2012
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January 6, 2012
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December 26, 2011
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905 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70116-2701 | T: (504) 523-0219 | F: (504) 525-3905

Nine-O-Five Royal Hotel is proud to have been recommended by Marda Burton (New Orleans resident and well-known author) as
"where to spend the night" in New Orleans in the March 2004 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine....."a little 13-room
treasure - a word-of-mouth kind of place....It's where I put up my friends."