New Orleans' historic Roosevelt Hotel reopens four years after Katrina

07/27/2009 | USA Today

Four years after it suffered flooding and significant damage from Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans' Roosevelt Hotel has reopened. The historic, 504-room hotel, owned by Hilton, was built in 1893, and it received a $145 million renovation after the storm, leaving the Hyatt as the only major hotel still closed because of Katrina.

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