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Maison de la Luz: A Luxe New Guesthouse in New Orleans, by Atelier Ace

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Maison de la Luz: A Luxe New Guesthouse in New Orleans, by Atelier Ace

January 14, 2019

Now accepting reservations: Maison de la Luz, a soon-to-open guest house in New Orleans by Atelier Ace, the team behind Ace Hotels. It’s the team’s second opening without an Ace name tag (the other is Sister City, soon to open on New York’s Lower East Side). For old-world New Orleans feel (and a quieter, more private stay than trendy, hipster-friendly Ace hotels—no pool, no DJs), Atelier Ace enlisted a Remodelista favorite, LA-based Studio Shamshiri, to design the interiors. Take a sneak peek at one of the sumptuous guest rooms:

Into one of the Studio Shamshiri-designed guest rooms, in jewel-box tones. The 67-room guest house is across from the original Ace Hotel New Orleans in, surprisingly, a former office building.
Above: Into one of the Studio Shamshiri-designed guest rooms, in jewel-box tones. The 67-room guest house is across from the original Ace Hotel New Orleans in, surprisingly, a former office building.
Maison de la Luz is designed to be more secluded and luxe than other Ace properties. Instead of a loud public restaurant, it will have guest-only common areas, an honor bar, and a private dining room. Paris-based Quixotic Projects (of Le Mary Celeste and Hero) will open a to-be-named cocktail bar alongside the guest house, with a separate entrance.
Above: Maison de la Luz is designed to be more secluded and luxe than other Ace properties. Instead of a loud public restaurant, it will have guest-only common areas, an honor bar, and a private dining room. Paris-based Quixotic Projects (of Le Mary Celeste and Hero) will open a to-be-named cocktail bar alongside the guest house, with a separate entrance.
Guest bedrooms feature ochre-colored rugs, muted walls, and glam fittings.
Above: Guest bedrooms feature ochre-colored rugs, muted walls, and glam fittings.
Guest beds are laid with regal-looking cloth crests.
Above: Guest beds are laid with regal-looking cloth crests.
Rooms are given edge and depth with plenty of black.
Above: Rooms are given edge and depth with plenty of black.

Above: Details in the guest room, including the colored marble floors in the bath.

A luxe bath, with a marble tub surround (and slim ledge, for storage) and a mirror with antiqued glass.
Above: A luxe bath, with a marble tub surround (and slim ledge, for storage) and a mirror with antiqued glass.

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