Built after the Louisiana Purchase, New Orleans’ Garden District was developed in 1832 by the South’s elite. Wealthy Americans involved with the cotton, sugar, and shipping industries commissioned mansions. These homes are, to this day, considered some of the most well preserved historic and extravagant buildings in the United States. Get a taste of opulence during your stay in the Big Easy and book New Orleans Garden District hotels. What’s more, when you reserve your stay in the Garden District, you can observe the architecture of the George Washington Cable House, dine at the famous Commander’s Palace, and lounge in the Coliseum Square Park.
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