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The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

535 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel with urban feel"
Really enjoyed our stay at this lovely hotel. It's old with a modern, urban feel to it. The rooms have black out drapes and very comfy beds. We slept great. The phone in our room didn't work, but we had no need for it anyway. We will definitely stay there again.
Traveller from San Antonio
This Arts and Warehouse District hotel is 1 block from Harrah's New Orleans Casino and within 4 blocks of the Riverwalk …More
Loews New Orleans Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$159

Loews New Orleans Hotel

300 Poydras St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"We love this hotel"
My wife and I adore the Loews New Orleans. Cafe Adelaide and the swizzle stick bar are fun places where food and drink are affordable. We love that it is across the street from Harrah's.
Traveller from Dallas, TX
This 21-story New Orleans hotel is 1 mile from Jackson Square. The French Quarter, Riverwalk Marketplace, New Orleans Morial …More
Bourbon Orleans Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Bourbon Orleans Hotel

717 Orleans St., New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Beautiful hotel, excellent location"
1st trip to New Orleans, and let's be honest, we are not revelers. We wanted to experience the French Quarter, while having a quiet place to retire to in the evening. This hotel is a block and a half from Bourbon St., and a block from Jackson Square. It is old and charming, yet beautifully updated. The staff couldn't have been friendlier, and we were given a beautiful room overlooking the pool which is in an inner courtyard. Beds were very comfortable. Free Wi-Fi was easy to access. Room also came with a free drink coupon for each of us, in the bar, and we enjoyed free live entertainment with our drinks one night. Couldn't imagine a better choice for us.
Traveller from Evanston
Near the center of the vibrant French Quarter in New Orleans, this hotel is 1 block from Jackson Square, 4 blocks from …More
Boomtown Casino & Hotel New Orleans - Harvey Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$129

Boomtown Casino & Hotel New Orleans

4132 Peters Road, Harvey - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (25 reviews)
Situated in Harvey, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Boomtown Casino and within 6 mi (10 km) of Oak Ridge Plaza Shopping …More
Prince Conti Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Prince Conti Hotel

830 Conti St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Great location "
One half block off bourbon street in central French quarter. Nice staff. Nice but small room. Good cafe for breakfast and good bar for night time drinks.
Traveller from colorado
Built in the early 1800s, this New Orleans hotel is just around the corner from the restaurants and nightlife of Bourbon St …More
Lion's Inn Bed and Breakfast - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Lion's Inn Bed and Breakfast

2517 Chartres Street, New Orleans - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (1 reviews)
Located in Faubourg Marigny, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Frenchmen Street Jazz Clubs and French …More
Hotel St. Marie - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel St. Marie

827 Toulouse St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"New Orleans trip for my son."
Nice location in the French Quarter especially after walking and drinking.
Traveller from Illinois
This New Orleans hotel is known for its picturesque 2nd-floor balconies. The French Quarter hotel is 0.5 block from the …More
Hotel Mazarin - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Mazarin

730 Bienville St., New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Great Hotel in the French Quarter"
We were very happy with our experience at Hotel Mazarin. All the staff members we encountered were very friendly and helpful. We loved the beautiful courtyard where we ate our fabulous complementary breakfast. The rooms were very clean and updated with plenty of hot water in the shower.
Traveller from Chicago
This New Orleans boutique hotel is centrally located in the French Quarter, less than a block from the restaurants and …More
Jefferson Inn and Suites - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Jefferson Inn and Suites

3401 Jefferson Highway, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"This Hotel Surprises You!"
This hotel was a real gym. Sketchy looking at first on the outside but the staff was friendly and service was awesome. No disturbances, no loud noises. Highly recommend this place to anyone!!
Traveller from Alabama
Situated in the suburbs, this motel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Harrell Stadium and within 6 mi (10 km) of Mercedes-Benz …More
Hotel Modern New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Modern New Orleans

936 Saint Charles Avenue, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Decent place to lay your head"
Decided to try something different on this trip, and appreciated being in a cultural zone, but not in the midst of the French Quarter madness. The hotel is well-located and easily accessible to the streetcars. Rooms are modest, but decent. Not plush or decadent, but definitely good for a space to lay your head comfortably while you run around and explore more of what NOLA has to offer.
Traveller from Philadelphia, PA
The 10-story New Orleans hotel is within easy reach of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, the National World War II Museum and …More

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    New Orleans, Louisiana Hotel Guide

    Choosing a hotel in New Orleans is like choosing a delectable pastry in a French bakery: all beautifully detailed, sweetly nuanced, and beyond enticing. It is truly a delightful task that only increases anticipation of a trip to the Crescent City.

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    For the full flavor of the French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré, several iconic hotels present historic, authentic experiences, steeped in curious detail warmed by Southern hospitality. The Hotel Monteleone, set like a diamond in the center of the Vieux Carré, is in its sixth generation of family ownership, continuing traditions for a pampered stay in New Orleans. Elaborately detailed from the entry and lobby, to the Carousel Bar and rooftop pool and spa, it is a French Quarter highlight.

    The Roosevelt is another very popular high-end New Orleans hotel, with its Guerlain Spa, the Sazerac Bar, the famous Blue Room, and its Ramos Gin Fizz cocktails. Several smart boutique hotels, small inns, and reliably good chains provide convenient French Quarter hotel stays.

    Nestled next to the convention center and the heart of the city, a New Orleans hotel stay in the French Quarter makes perfect sense, but hotels do exist in the Arts/Warehouse District, a short walk from the French Quarter, at a fraction of the price. The Garden District, about a 10-minute drive from the French Quarter, also offers boutique inns fashioned from graceful mansions in an upscale neighborhood at an affordable hotel price point.

    Hotels in New Orleans

    Let the good times roll in "The Big Easy"! Known for the unbridled revelry of its Mardi Gras celebrations, its role in musical history as the birthplace of jazz, and its unique blend of European, Caribbean, and African cultures, the city of New Orleans, LA, remains one of the most popular travel destinations in the U.S. If you're planning on visiting New Orleans for the first time, you are in for a truly unique experience and memories that will last you a lifetime. From its savory Creole cuisine to its pervasive Voodoo vibes, New Orleans has a feel all its own. Grab a shrimp po'boy from a street-side shop in the French Quarter and take a stroll down historic Bourbon Street. Then, head over to Frenchmen Street in Faubourg Marigny for some of New Orleans's best live music or take a ride in a streetcar and feast your eyes on the beautiful and iconic townhouses characteristic of the city's Spanish- and French-influenced architecture. If you're looking for a thrilling vacation in an eccentric city completely unlike any other, look no further than New Orleans! Hotels and other accommodations are just a click away right now on Travelocity. We'll save you money by finding you the best deals on cheap hotels in New Orleans.

    French Quarter

    Tourists from all over the world routinely find themselves bewitched by the charms of the French Quarter. Also known simply as "The Quarter," it is the oldest neighborhood in the city of New Orleans, and the district was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965. Despite its name, the French Quarter is home to historic buildings that were largely built during a period of Spanish rule in the 1700s, and these structures bear more resemblance to Spanish colonial architecture than to anything French. Many tourists make their way to the French Quarter's infamous Bourbon Street every year to enjoy some Mardi Gras debauchery.

    Other Attractions

    Once you've had your fill of the French quarter, you can take a trip to The National World War II Museum on Magazine Street in the Warehouse District to learn more about America's role in the war. Open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., the museum contains artifacts relating to World War II, including everything from old letters and photographs to authentic uniforms, weapons, and vehicles from the era. If you're not in town for New Orleans's legendary festival season, fear not! You can still get a taste of the Mardi Gras magic by visiting Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World. Not a museum but a functional workshop where artists spend each day constructing floats for upcoming parades, Mardi Gras World is an impressive spectacle rivaled only by the festival that lends it its name. Guided tours of the facility are offered every 30 minutes, seven days a week.

    Mardi Gras

    Every year in late winter, tourists flock to New Orleans for parades, masked balls, and various other forms of entertainment celebrating Mardi Gras. If you visit at this time of year, you and your family can enjoy the major parades that start uptown and run along Canal Street. As people gather to watch, colorful characters on brightly decorated floats throw strings of plastic beads and small toys to the crowds below. If you'd prefer, you can find slightly rowdier celebrations of Mardi Gras taking place on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter.

    Live Jazz

    Why not enjoy a night of live music in the city known as the birthplace of jazz? Frenchmen Street in Faubourg Marigny is the hub of the New Orleans music scene, and popular clubs like The Blue Nile, Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro, and Apple Barrel are great places to catch live jazz bands and solo acts every night of the week. You'll meet an eclectic mix of locals and travelers from all over the world, and you might just end up dancing the night away.

    Barataria Bay

    If you enjoy fishing, you can take a boat out into Barataria Bay for a reasonable price. Once the base of operations for notorious French pirate Jean Lafitte, the marshy bay is now the crux of the surrounding Barataria Country's thriving shrimp industry. There are a number of packages available from charter companies that will take you and your family or friends out into the bay on a fully equipped boat with an experienced captain who can give you pointers and may even clean your catch upon your return to port. For a fishing excursion you'll never forget, there's no place like New Orleans.

    Museums

    Maybe you're in the mood for something a bit more low-key. The New Orleans Museum of Art is home to an astounding collection of French and American artwork and is considered one of the top art museums in the south. Open Tuesday through Saturday, New Orleans's oldest art institution is a great place for quiet contemplation. Those who appreciate art should also consider visiting the Contemporary Arts Center. Located in the Warehouse District, the arts center houses daring exhibits in the visual and performing arts from both local and internationally known artists.

    When to Go

    The most popular time to visit the city of New Orleans is the festival season, roughly from February to May. The weather is generally milder during these months. But travelers interested in a vacation during peak season shouldn't put off booking their hotels. New Orleans is a prime destination for tourists at this time of year, and vacancies tend to disappear rapidly. You can beat the crowds by going in December and January, when the weather is still comfortable, or you can buy tickets for a summer or fall trip. Be aware, however, that summer and fall in New Orleans can be oppressively hot and humid and hurricanes are also a possibility during these seasons. On the other hand, the quieter seasons of summer and fall are an opportunity for some of the best prices on New Orleans hotels. New Orleans has something to offer no matter what time of year you go, and getting there is a snap with Travelocity. Book your hotel online now!

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