Hotels in Bourbon Street start at $109 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Eloquently decorated with sequins and plumage of purple, gold, and green, your eye mask is a humble instrument that holds special powers. When donned at the proper time of year and in the presence of proper company, the mask has the magical ability to increase frivolity, lower your inhibitions, and generate memorable moments. And, though legend and lore may provide context and background, to best understand the power of the mask, you must wear it for yourself in New Orleans and be amazed as your Mardi Gras adventure comes to life. Fat Tuesday isn’t the only reason to visit the Crescent City. While Mardi Gras may be the main ingredient in the gumbo, spicy cuisine, round-the-clock entertainment, and a tremendous live music scene add depth to the flavor of New Orleans. Just one stay at a Bourbon Street hotel will prove that to you. And beyond the good parties and great eats is a city rich in history and culture—you'll find Spanish, French, Native American, and African influences throughout town. The Big Easy is a city built to stimulate the senses and the mind, so if you're looking to feel alive, make your way to New Orleans today.
The city of New Orleans has many enchanting neighborhoods, each with its own appeal. Downtown is great if you are in town for business or an event at the iconic Superdome. The Garden District offers a refined, quiet retreat from the revelry around town. But, to truly experience all that NOLA has to offer, a stay in the French Quarter is a must. There is about a 10-block stretch of sidewalk that perfectly exemplifies the French Quarter: Bourbon Street. Here are some of our favorite hotels near Bourbon Street:
Bourbon Street is festive throughout the year, but few events in the world eclipse the madness and fun of Mardi Gras. It's during this time that hotels on Bourbon Street are fully booked, and the street is packed with partygoers, performers, dancers—all wearing their magical masks. Even during other times of the year, the famous street in the French Quarter begs you to let loose. Find your groove to a Zydeco band at a live-music venue, get one step closer to crazy with a hurricane cocktail, and feast on some local Cajun and Creole fare.
If you get a little overwhelmed with the excitement on Bourbon Street, worry not. There are plenty of hotels in New Orleans offering cozy beds for you to recharge your body’s battery. You could also check out one of the other neighborhoods around town for some more laidback activities. Find a bench in City Park and people watch like a professional, or head over to Jackson Square—one of America's most historic public spaces—where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and casual conversation.
From the parties in the streets to the regional cuisine on your plate, New Orleans belongs on everyone's travel bucket list. And, when you book your stay in the Big Easy through Travelocity, you’ll pocket enough to sample every flavor the city has to offer. Our huge selection includes hotels on or near Bourbon Street, accommodations downtown, and resorts throughout the Mississippi Delta area. Plus, you can save even more when you book a hotel and flight at the same time with Travelocity's New Orleans vacation packages.
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