This New Orleans hotel is perfectly positioned at the intersection of Bourbon and Toulouse streets, 1 block from famed Pat O'Brien's Bar, while Jackson Square and Louis Armstrong Park are within 4 blocks.
This hotel is in New Orleans in the French Quarter, a block from Bourbon Street and half-block to the business district. The hotel is in close proximity to the National World War II museum, Convention Center, and cruise ship terminals.
This historic Beaux Arts hotel in the heart of downtown New Orleans is .6 mi away from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Harrah's Casino is 4 blocks away.
This elegant 14-story, New Orleans hotel is on the corner of lively Bourbon St and shopping-oriented Canal St adjacent to the French Quarter; Jackson Square is 4 blocks from this hotel.
Located in French Quarter, this bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Gallier House and French Market. Jackson Square and New Orleans Jazz Park are also within 15 minutes.
This French Quarter hotel is located on a quiet residential street just 2 blocks from Bourbon Street and within walking distance to Jackson Square, the French Market, and many famous New Orleans attractions.
This French Quarter hotel is directly on lively Bourbon Street, just 6 blocks from Jackson Square and 2 blocks from the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line.
Omni Royal Orleans Hotel is in the center of the vibrant French Quarter, a 5-minute walk from the banks of the Mississippi. The bars of Bourbon Street, jazz at Preservation Hall, and St. Louis Cathedral are but minutes away, and some of New Orleans’ finest Creole restaurants are within a few blocks.
No thoroughfare embodies the narrative and magic of New Orleans quite like iconic Bourbon Street, which runs through the heart of the French Quarter. Historic homes, stunning theaters, and boisterous bars line up along this narrow passageway just waiting for you to explore. Beyond the fabulous parties and bold cuisine, you’ll find a city rich in history and culture—Spanish, French, Native American, and African influences weave through town like French lace. Book your Bourbon Street hotel today and become part of the beauty in the Big Easy.
It may be hard to believe, but this city also has a quiet side. Hide away from the fray with a tour of St. Louis Cathedral, built in 1794 over the foundations of churches past. With hymns humming in your ear, wander over to Jackson Square, one of America's most historic public spaces—here you can enjoy a cup of coffee and casual conversation. And what shall you talk about? The mystical collections at the New Orleans Historic Voodoo Museum are an intriguing place to start.
As its boozy moniker implies, Bourbon Street can be wild and the gaudy floats and godless shenanigans of Mardi Gras are no exception. This festival fills the hotels on Bourbon Street with spirits—both the free ones and alcoholic ones—and the street is packed with partygoers, performers, dancers, and more. Listen to an up-and-coming blues band at a bar, order the neighborhood’s signature absinthe frappé, and sample some exquisite Cajun seafood.
As you embark on this multicultural adventure, you may be asking the age-old question: What’s the difference between Cajun and Creole cuisine and where can I find some? First of all, locals tell us the difference lies in the inclusion of one key ingredient. Creole cuisine showcases more tomato-based recipes than Cajun fare. That’s a broad generalization, but it’s certainly a delicious one, wherever you dip your spoon on the spectrum. When the time comes to taste your way through New Orleans, there’s no better place to start than the French Quarter. In addition to the local French-Creole restaurants, like historic Galatoire’s Restaurant, you’ll find some commendable cocktail bars—perfect for a relaxing night cap or a rollicking pub crawl.
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