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Hotel St. Marie - New Orleans Hotels

Hotel St. Marie

827 Toulouse St, New Orleans - Map
4.2 out of 5 (2,223 reviews)
Hotel Modern New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels

Hotel Modern New Orleans

936 Saint Charles Avenue, New Orleans - Map
3.9 out of 5 (1,432 reviews)
Prince Conti Hotel - New Orleans Hotels

Prince Conti Hotel

830 Conti St, New Orleans - Map
4.1 out of 5 (1,576 reviews)
French Market Inn - New Orleans Hotels

French Market Inn

509 Decatur St., New Orleans - Map
3.8 out of 5 (2,228 reviews)
Lafayette Hotel - New Orleans Hotels

Lafayette Hotel

600 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans - Map
4.0 out of 5 (1,288 reviews)
Hosteeva French Quarter Suite & Balcony - New Orleans Hotels

Hosteeva French Quarter Suite & Balcony

810 Bienville Street, New Orleans - Map
Maison Dupuy Hotel - New Orleans Hotels

Maison Dupuy Hotel

1001 Toulouse St, New Orleans - Map
"Good location"
We had a great time at the Maison Dupuy, location was perfect, beautiful courtyard and nice view of the pool and courtyard. Asked for a better room after given a room facing a brick wall and staff were very commodating in helping us into a better room.
Traveller from Melb Australia
Bienville House - New Orleans Hotels

Bienville House

320 Decatur St, New Orleans - Map
4.3 out of 5 (1,138 reviews)
Jefferson Inn and Suites - New Orleans Hotels

Jefferson Inn and Suites

3401 Jefferson Highway, New Orleans - Map
4.1 out of 5 (71 reviews)
Royal Sonesta New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels

Royal Sonesta New Orleans

300 Bourbon St, New Orleans - Map
4.4 out of 5 (3,456 reviews)

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    Accommodation In New Orleans

    If life has got you down, take a load off your shoulders in New Orleans, Louisiana, known conveniently as “The Big Easy.” Sounds good already. While other Southern cities might call post-dusk merry-making “nightlife,” New Orleans just calls it “life.” Maybe that’s because you can eat your fill of savoury Creole, African and Cajun cuisine and top off your tummy with French-inspired beignets and café au lait. Or maybe those devil-may-care vibes have something to do with the warm, balmy weather or the mystery and magic that waits around every corner. Want to find out for yourself? Pack breezy bayou-wear and catch one of our Wotif flights to New Orleans.

    New Orleans has two main landscapes—swampland and city. When you’re on the lookout for New Orleans hotels, keep this in mind. If you want to spend quiet mornings chilling with pelicans, stay near the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge. But if you want to keep company with animals of the party variety, book accommodation in the French Quarter.

    Things to Do in New Orleans

    Step back in time at the National WWII Museum and Historic New Orleans Collection, a museum filled with artefacts from pre-Civil War life to the present day. When you’re ready to explore the many curves of “The Crescent City,” take a streetcar through the Garden District for a ride on the gentile side of Southern living before you run headlong into Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World, where you can watch parade floats take their flamboyant shapes before your eyes. If you can’t make it to the world-famous Fat Tuesday celebration, then floats followed by an evening kicking back on the waterfront is the next best thing—walk through a haunted cemetery to cap the night and you’re golden. If you stay in the French Quarter, you’ll have access to more than a party scene. Taste, shop and people-watch your way around Jackson Square and go on a treasure hunt through the boutiques on Royal Street. Still not sold? Head to Frenchmen Street in the St. Roch neighbourhood, where you can rest up in Victorian accommodation in New Orleans’s live music hub. Jazz makes a great lullaby.

    Getting To & Around New Orleans

    Speaking of jazz, touch down at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY), about 24 km west of downtown. Once you’ve made it to the city centre, public transportation can get you to every stop on your itinerary, with a fleet of buses and rail lines at your command. So catch a cab or car hire for the commute to your hotel in New Orleans and decide how you want to see the city from there.

    Best Time to Visit New Orleans

    If you want to see some serious cutting loose during Mardi Gras, plan ahead, because you aren’t the only one who loves mild coastal weather and a good time. Alternatively, September through January are exceptionally pleasant and you won’t have to fight bead-draped tourists for New Orleans accommodation.

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