About Events with Hotel Peter & Paul / Bacchanal Catering
Hotel Peter & Paul is a historic wedding venue located in New Orleans, Louisiana. This one-of-a-kind hotel was established in the former Saints Peter and Paul Catholic church and school. A long-standing landmark in New Orleans’ Marigny neighborhood, this 150-year-old building now hosts enchanting wedding celebrations.Facilities and CapacityHotel Peter & Paul features several separate buildings that house accommodation and public spaces. Its main event venue, the Church, is a stunning red-brick building constructed in the second half of the 19th century. It was designed by local architect Henry Howard. Now a spacious banquet hall, this building boasts soaring ceilings that draw the eye to its delicately detailed architecture. At 9,450 square feet, this space is ideal for large events of up to 300 attendees. Its stained-glass windows, traditional pendant lights, and large altar space are reminiscent of the building’s original function. Also located on-site, inside the Rectory, is the Elysian Bar, a dining space where guests can relax and enjoy one of the establishment’s signature cocktails. On their special day, the happy couple and their wedding party will have access to a get-ready suite to prepare for the event.Services OfferedEach couple who hosts their wedding here can avail of beautiful event spaces and personalized service. The hotel provides catering and beverage packages tailored to suit soon-to-be newlyweds’ unique tastes. Chef Alex Harrell leads the culinary team at the Elysian Bar and specializes in crafting exquisite menus. Catering styles available here include buffet, stations, and cocktail-style. To determine their ideal wedding menu, couples may arrange a tasting.AccommodationHotel Peter & Paul is a boutique hotel that offers 71 individually-designed guestrooms. Housed in the Schoolhouse, Rectory, and Convent, these comfortable and charming rooms are ideal for guests traveling for the wedding. Their designs are inspired by history, as well as European trends. Many rooms source decor and furnishings from Italy, France, and New Orleans’ own famous estates. They feature four-poster beds, luxury linens and toiletries, WiFi, and an assortment of other amenities.