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Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$139

Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter

124 Royal St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Great location. Beautiful hotel."
We loved the location of this hotel. So convenient to the river and the Quarter. Everything was clean. The pool was awesome. And, great view from the room and from the gorgeous lobby.
Traveller from H
This hotel is in New Orleans in the French Quarter, a block from Bourbon Street and half-block to the business district. The …More
Ramada Metairie New Orleans Airport - Metairie Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Ramada Metairie New Orleans Airport

3400 S I-10 Service Rd W, Metairie - Map
 
 
"Clean with convenient location"
The hotel is clean and comfortable. They are renovating to make it better. Close to highway and restaurants.
Traveller from Atlanta
This 4-story motel is in Metairie's business district, 6 miles from the airport and 7 miles from downtown New Orleans.More
Royal Sonesta New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$149

Royal Sonesta New Orleans

300 Bourbon St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"NO SELF PARKING AVAILABLE MUST VALET PARK."
We have stayed at this hotel a number of times before. The facilities are fine. The policies are not. I could not get an invoice of charges or recept at checkout because i had booked through Travelocity and not the hotel website. Also no credit for Sonesta stay points unless you book through their website as well. The road construction around the hotel is impossible to use a car without possible damage to the undercarriage of your vehicle. The hotel has no restaurant so eating is at the nearby facilities. Taking one's family with small children to these facilities is not recommended due to the sights of drunks and half dressed women on the streets in the middle of the afternoon!! The housekeeping staff is very helpful and courteous. We had booked this stay so as to be near the shops on Royal Street and neighboring shops. Unfortanately we had to move about Bourbon Street which has hit a new low in human dignity. I am from the area and even with that fact it was abit too much to see the freak show in the middle of the afternoon. The hotel was overall average in checkin speed (approx 20-25min to get to the registration desk) only two clerks available. The hotel advertised the option of "in and out" self parking but that policy apparently changed quite some time ago. Valet parking is the only option. The lack of dining facilites for late night snacks or small quick meals made eating a challenge unless you are looking for an outside venue. There are better hotel options avail.
A Traveller
This French Quarter hotel is directly on lively Bourbon Street, just 6 blocks from Jackson Square and 2 blocks from the St …More
Hotel 504 - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$86

Hotel 504

1300 A Canal Street, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Hotel 504"
Old building, on main downtown street. Elevator should be upgraded. But room was quite and clean. Felt safe at hotel and comfortable. All staff who interact with customers, should have good working knowledge of English language. Staff were polite, but you get the feeling that there is no genuine concern ( another day another dollar)! Good Hospitality makes you want to come back !
Traveller from New Orleans
Located in Business District, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Saenger Theatre and New Orleans Jazz Park …More
Lamothe House - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$87

Lamothe House

621 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Very close to everything"
I had a 3 day a stay at LaMoothe House that was very pleasant. It is close to everything, has parking ($20 @ night), quiet and for a Old building very well kept. I parked my car and for 3 days walked to everything as driving around in N.O. while not impossible, is difficult with street construction and one way streets. I had no complaints about the Hotel.. Would stay there again!!
Traveller from McAllen, Texas
Located in French Quarter, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Beauregard-Keyes House and French Market. Jackson Square …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 …More
Super 8 New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Super 8 New Orleans

6322 Chef Menteur Hwy, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"The hotel was ok."
This hotel is a little out dated, but was clean overall. When pulling up in the neighborhood it is a little shocking because the area is so run down. But we were like 10 minutes from Bourbon Street and the Dome. They had a pool which the kids used quite a bit. The staff was helpful and friendly. There is an abandoned hotel next store that is very displeasing to the eyes and a little frightening at first. I did not see anyone over there, but that does not mean there wasn't. Just be careful if you decide to stay in this area.
Traveller from St. Louis
Situated in New Orleans, this motel is 3.1 mi (5 km) from Southern University at New Orleans and within 6 mi (10 km) of New …More
Inn on St Ann - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$86

Inn on St Ann

1013 St. Ann, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Wonderful hotel, friendly staff"
We were in a one bed room, in the Marie Laveau annex. Right off a lovely courtyard first floor. Room was clean and comfortable. In window air conditioner and ceiling fan kept the room cool even in 105 degree heat. Everyone we interacted with was great.
Traveller from Havana, Illinois
Located in French Quarter, this historic inn is within a 10-minute walk of Louis Armstrong Park, New Orleans Jazz Park, and …More
Omni Royal Orleans Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$139

Omni Royal Orleans Hotel

621 Saint Louis St, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Very Nice hotel in the French Qtr.!!!!!!"
Just returned yesterday and would stay again!!! The hotel is beautiful and the staff was extremely pleasant, everyone was helpful, very courteous!!! We were allowed to check in early and the Bellman held our bags ( at no extra cost ) for 2 hours after we had checked out, as we had to fill time before out flight out.
Traveller from Baltimore
Omni Royal Orleans Hotel is in the center of the vibrant French Quarter, a 5-minute walk from the banks of the Mississippi …More
La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Downtown - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Downtown

301 Camp Street, New Orleans - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel close to the French Quarter"
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The pool was a little dirty and our room didn't cool off as much as it should have. The room stayed warmer than desired, but over all it was a pleasant stay
Traveller from New Iberia, LA
This downtown New Orleans hotel is 3 blocks from the Aquarium of the Americas, Bourbon St, and French Quarter restaurants and …More

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    New Orleans Hotel & Travel Guide

    Even America has its enchanted kingdom. Through a tangle of ancient woods and swamplands, nestled where the mouth of the Mississippi kisses the Gulf of Mexico, New Orleans hotels give you the ability to explore this mystical city. The Big Easy, in its hundreds of years of recorded history, has been a pirate port, a trading post, a battleground, a cutting-edge urban center, and the storied site of more than a few modern fairytales—and with so many things to do in New Orleans, you get to create a fairytale of your own. New Orleans—a magical mixture of dark and light, a city of voodoo and ghosts, of cobblestone streets and exquisite French Colonial architecture—also offers cutting-edge cuisine and exhilarating nightlife. Deep cultural roots weave together in New Orleans’ history, with French Canadian, Caribbean, European, African, and Native American traditions creating a rich soil for the growth of a unique way of life in this corner of the world. Smoky and sweet, tangy and rich—New Orleans’ flavor is as joyfully riotous as the flavor of its trademark gumbos and jambalayas; and with so many places to stay in New Orleans such as one of the French Quarter hotels, you’ll find that any time is the perfect time to laissez les bon temps rouler.

    Where to Let The Good Times Roll

    NOLA’s cultural hotspots are conveniently located near many of the hotels in New Orleans. Get coffee and a beignet at Café du Monde first thing in the morning. Spectacular architecture catches your eye everywhere, making afternoon perfect for a walking tour of the city’s quaint Creole cottages and elegant antebellum mansions. You notice how many historical dwellings, from the smallest Queen Anne to the stateliest Colonial, have front porches, perfect for socializing out-of-doors in the days before air conditioning, but no less inviting today. Dive into the past as you wend your way among the ancient mausoleums of Saint Louis Cemetery No. 1, the oldest and, arguably, the most beautiful cemetery in the city. Head out from one of the many 3-star hotels in New Orleans and spend a dusky evening meandering the famous French Quarter—or, the Vieux Carré—and soak in the sound of jazz. Chicory-flavored coffee wafts through the air while the warm glow of porch lamps through wrought iron balcony railings cast lacy shadows on the ground. Let their intricate trail lead you onward to Bourbon Street, where the music never stops and longstanding drinking establishments—like Pat O’Brien’s and The Old Absinthe House—keep the revelry rollicking at a fever pitch until the wee hours.

    Creole Dining

    With so many hotel rooms in New Orleans to choose from, where to stay in this exciting city is never a dilemma but choosing what to eat just might be. You may never again visit a city with such diverse culinary roots. Settlers, slaves, refugees and renegades who made a home in The City That Time Forgot over the centuries have all contributed to the delectable culinary landscape of this harbor town. While a cosmopolitan city that boasts every type of cuisine imaginable, its pride and joy is the flavor of Creole cooking. If you can’t decide between the earthy crunch of a shrimp po’boy from Parkway Tavern, the unstudied elegance of gumbo at Galatoire’s, or a simple bowl of seasoned red beans and rice at Mother’s Restaurant, fear not: Anything is a good choice in this gourmand’s utopia. From fine fare to street food, New Orleans offers an array of flavorful dining options that are anything but ordinary.

    Graceful Greenery

    Under shady canopies of live oak and Spanish moss, you can keep cool plenty of places in this southern city. New Orleans hosts a number of parks and gardens that seem to bloom perpetually. You can spend an entire afternoon wandering the expansive Audubon Park, with its trees, trails, lawns, and lagoons. Survey the mighty Mississippi from Crescent Park, which stretches along the water’s edge in the French Market district and is one of the newest parks in the city. Generations of locals have fondly enjoyed City Park, a city oasis even larger than New York City’s Central Park and one of the oldest city parks in the nation. You understand its allure when you meander through the brilliant Botanical Garden or watch the little ones romp through whimsical Storyland theme park. City Park even houses the New Orleans Museum of Art, the oldest fine art museum in town.

    Day Tripping in Cajun Country

    Though Nawlins holds enough allure to last a lifetime, you’re forgiven for heeding the irresistible call into the otherworldly countryside outside the city. Here in Cajun country, just an hour or two southwest of the Big Easy, enchantment and excitement lie waiting in the fabled bayous and swamplands of Acadiana. A fascinating French Canadian culture still thrives from the refugees who left eastern Canada in the 18th century and settled here, with a local French patois still spoken regionally and a distinctive style of country cooking putting it on the map. Try some the pork and rice sausage specialty called boudin and some fried catfish. An airboat is perfect for a tour of the swampy bayou—alligators and water snakes may stir from the shadowy banks, and the mysterious sense of adventure that seems to hang in the murky air between the branches of bald cypress trees delights you. And make sure to catch some zydeco music. You’ll be on your feet dancing to the energetic sound of an accordion-led band as its melody wafts into the balmy black night.

    Forgetting Your Cares in the City that Care Forgot

    Once you’ve immersed yourself in the dazzling swirl of New Orleans’ history and tasted the best of what the Queen of the Mississippi has to offer, she tempts you to stay and become her loyal subject. It seems hard to believe that such an ancient melting pot (or is it a gumbo pot?) of culture exists in the United States, but the sights and scents of the city are so real that once you’ve experienced them, you have to believe it. With Travelocity as your trusty companion, you’ll never feel like a stranger and you’ll always know where to stay in New Orleans. Whenever you crave spicy seafood, a rum-heavy hurricane cocktail, the riotous musicality of jazz and a good ghost tour, you can return to Crescent City. Some magic spells needn’t be broken at midnight, least of all in a fairytale kingdom as mystical as New Orleans—and even without a fairy godmother as a guide, you’ll always find the way back. So start your search for cheap hotels in New Orleans now and begin your journey to this mystical city.

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