Two uncommon features in this suite are the hotel's only cast iron soaking tub and a window-wall that includes built-in limestone seating, which draws guests to view the bustling cityscape of downtown New Orleans below. Furnishings form an eclectic mix: Deep plush sofa. Hammered-nickel lamps with pleated, white-linen shades. Objects bought. Antiqued velvet. Ruined finery. Oversized mirrors. Ecclesiastical symbols. Crystal chandelier. Wrought iron. Objects found. One bequeathed. Copper. Aveda. A custom closet. Honed marble. Smart Water. The gifted Herman Leonard's classic black and whites, and two Sharp flat-screens. A favorite for privacy, romance and passion, this space feels more like a cosmopolitan pied-a-terre than hotel room. It is located just past the hotel’s Magdalena art gallery.