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Windsor Court Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Windsor Court Hotel

300 Gravier St, New Orleans - Map
"careless, careless"
Unfortunately, when I reserved my premium suite through Travelocity, I saw the two queen beds in the picture for that selection, and clicked on it. It turns out that the picture of two queen bed was matched up with a king bed room The hotel was out of double queens, so I ended up sleeping on a foldout cot in my premium suite while my teenage daughter took the king bed. Moral to this story: don't book hotels through Travelocity.
Traveller from williamsport
Located in New Orleans's central business district, this luxury hotel is 1 block from the Warehouse/Arts District, 2 blocks from the French Quarter and Mississippi River, and near the Garden District.More
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

535 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans - Map
"Classic Charm with Modern Flair "
My stay at the Old No. 77 Hotel was great from the moment we walked into the lobby. From the front desk staff to housekeeping, the staff excels at making their guests feel comfortable at every turn. The hotel has an overall classic charm infused with a modern flair that seems fitting with the personalities of many of the staff here.
Traveller from New Orleans, LA
This Arts and Warehouse District hotel is 1 block from Harrah's New Orleans Casino and within 4 blocks of the Riverwalk Marketplace, the French Quarter, and the Morial Convention Center.More
International House - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

International House

221 Camp St, New Orleans - Map
"Hotel stay at international house"
This place was great!! The hotel is older has unique charm is extremely close to everything you would want to do. It's a couple blocks from the French quarter, walking distance to any stores, restaurants, or bars you'd want to go to. I even went down to the French markets, Jackson square and the river walk. All easily done if you want to be out for a couple hours sightseeing. Service was great, hotel was extremely quiet! That was a huge plus!!!!
Traveller from n dallas tx
This beaux-arts New Orleans hotel is a nonsmoking, boutique-style hotel located within 2 blocks of the St Charles Ave Streetcar Line and French Quarter and 5 blocks from the convention center.More
Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans

739 Canal Street, New Orleans - Map
"excellent staff"
Every single person that worked at this hotel was extremely friendly! Very personable. Hotel was very clean and comfortable. Will stay here again.
A Traveller
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.More
Omni Royal Crescent Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Omni Royal Crescent Hotel

535 Gravier St, New Orleans - Map
"Comfortable hotel with great service. "
Nice New Orleans feel and convenient to everything!
A Traveller
Omni Royal Crescent Hotel is in downtown New Orleans, within a 10-minute drive of the renowned galleries lining Julia Street. The French Quarter is a few blocks away, and it's a 6-block stroll to Hermes Bar at Antoine's Restaurant, for signature spirits and authentic French-Creole cuisine.More
Royal Sonesta New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Royal Sonesta New Orleans

300 Bourbon St, New Orleans - Map
"Bday on Bourbon! "
The Bourbon st balcony was worth it, even in December! Beads draped on the balcony for tossing (ty!) Across the st frm Music Legends Park, which played live music all day &night, awesome! Walkin distance to everything in the French Quarter. Christmas decorations throughout the hotel main floor, very nice and well done. My only complaint, upon check out I was told computers not working and they could not process my checkout (I think code for we haven't checked your room)
Traveller from Chicago
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.More
Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Qtr Area Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Qtr Area Hotel

817 Common St, New Orleans - Map
"Fabulous location!"
All Staff was helpful. First stop for St. Charles Cable car! Convenient to all attractions and walking distance to most.
A Traveller
This 18-story New Orleans hotel is in an early-20th-century building, 2 blocks from the French Quarter and Bourbon St, 6 blocks from Louisiana Superdome, and 0.5 mile from Harrah's New Orleans Casino.More
Hosteeva Carondelet Street Suites - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hosteeva Carondelet Street Suites

1721 Carondelet Street, New Orleans - Map
4.3 out of 5 (7 reviews)
Located in Central City, this condo is within 2 mi (3 km) of Lee Circle, Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and Jackson Square. French Market is 2.1 mi (3.3 km) away. More
Hosteeva Conti Street Suites - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hosteeva Conti Street Suites

5105 Conti Street, New Orleans - Map
Situated in New Orleans, this condo is within 1 mi (2 km) of Greenwood Cemetery and New Orleans Museum of Art. City Park is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) away. More
InterContinental New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

InterContinental New Orleans

444 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans - Map
"Intercontinental Hotel NOLA"
Walking distance to bourbon street, restaurants, and just a few blocks to Jackson square/French quarter. The rooms have no microwave and no fridge. They only have a bar fridge. The beds were comfortable, and the location was fair. The valet parking was $42 plus tax daily ($49 plus tax if you have a big SUV/Truck which they consider "oversize"). There is a public parking right next to the hotel for $30 (no matter what size car, van, SUV, or truck) so we decided to save money and opted to park there (we were able to see our vehicle from our room). The pool is located on the 15th floor and is a bit small considering the size of the hotel, but it was clean. The gym is a better size and is located right next to the pool. Only guest with room keys can operate the elevators, which provides a bit more security. We did not try the food at the hotel, so can't comment on that but the price was higher compared to the many restaurants near by. The volume of the tv was an issue the first couple of nights since it would not function properly, reported it and was fixed the next day. We are a family of 4 with two young boys, since we also visited FL we had coolers. Therefore, the lack of fridge was not a big issue for us (our room was a cross from the ice machine). The vanity is on the outside area of the bathroom (toilet/shower inside the door), so people can brush their teeth, wash their face and get ready as others shower (so no hugging the bathroom per person).
Traveller from Houston TX
Centrally located, the hotel is on the St. Charles Avenue Mardi Gras parade route, 2 blocks from the French Quarter, 6 blocks from the riverfront, and close to Uptown and the Morial Convention Center.More

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    Where To Stay On Bourbon Street

    Some cities defy definition. New Orleans is one of them. The soothing tunes from live crooners bubbling up from the neighborhood of Marigny will mirror the effervescence of your gin fizz. Just blocks from the cozy and colorful jazz bars, the French Quarter is sprinkled with high-rises and trimmed with wrought iron. And Uptown? That’s where the quietude of suburban life and college-town studies are set aside each winter to make way for the psychedelic floats and shiny beads of Mardi Gras. NOLA is without a doubt a magical city—a shape-shifter extraordinaire—from the soft strum of the bass to the carefree days of Carnival.

    No thoroughfare combines the many facets of NOLA 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 them. 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.

    Where to Stay On and Near Bourbon Street

    • Royal Sonesta New Orleans: Stay on Bourbon Street, just steps from New Orleans Jazz Museum and Germaine Wells Mardi Gras Museum, where you can immerse yourself in hypnotizing harmonies or fantastic floats, depending on which way you turn. Keep an eye on the action below from your private balcony, edged in intricate ironwork. If you stay out late, dining on small bites and cocktails, don’t fret; order in 24-hour room service and relax.
    • Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans: Located a short walk from A Gallery of Fine Photography, Hotel Monteleone is picture perfect. Snap a photo of the ornate façade as you step into your equally opulent suite. You may never want to leave the lovely tapestries and plush furnishings of your own slice of the French Quarter, but it’s high time you pamper yourself with a trip to the full-service spa, where you’ll really start to feel like royalty.

    Life on Bourbon Street

    As its boozy moniker implies, Bourbon Street can be wild any time of the year, but few events in the world eclipse the smorgasbord of celebration and shenanigans that dances through Bourbon Street during Mardi Gras. This festival fills the hotels on Bourbon Street with free spirits, and the street is packed with partygoers, performers, dancers, and more. Listen to an up-and-coming blues band at a bar, order an absinthe frappé, and sample some exquisite Cajun seafood.

    When the party scene isn’t your soup du jour, 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.

    Eat to Your Heart’s Content

    As you embark on this multicultural city, 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 iconic Antoine’s Restaurant, you’ll find some chic cocktail bars—perfect for a relaxing night cap or a rollicking pub crawl.

    From the legendary nightlife to the twists and turns of history, New Orleans is truly a city unto itself. Even the roads are landmarks. Book hotels near Bourbon Street with Travelocity and save with our price-matching guarantee. We’ll offer or match the best price available, and you can use that extra time and money to plan and splurge on a wickedly wonderful getaway in New Orleans.


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