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Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans

214 Royal Street, New Orleans 70130 - Map
 
 
Quality hotel with true southern hospitality. Jackets for gentlemen not required but appreciated. A very comfortable hotel that treats you like your worth their time. Very nice.
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Boomtown Casino & Hotel New Orleans - Harvey Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$156
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Boomtown Casino & Hotel New Orleans

4132 Peters Road, Harvey 70058 - Map
 
 
Very good the staff that was on duty was very helpful and kind made you feel welcome
Bill from kansas
Situated in Harvey, this hotel is close to Boomtown Casino and Oak Ridge Plaza Shopping Center. Area attractions also include …More
Hilton New Orleans Riverside - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
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Hilton New Orleans Riverside

2 Poydras St, New Orleans 70130 - Map
 
 
We had a late check in and they waited for us, the were so friendly on the phone and at the counter. we will stay there again and highly recommend it to any one.
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Hilton New Orleans Riverside overlooks the Mississippi, and is opposite Harrah's Casino. Guests can walk 8 minutes to the …More
Royal Sonesta Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Royal Sonesta Hotel

300 Bourbon St, New Orleans 70130 - Map
 
 
"Close to everything"
Room was on Bourbon st. No spa. Woman love spars!!!
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The Whitney Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$236
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The Whitney Hotel

610 Poydras St, New Orleans 70130 - Map
 
 
The hotel was definitely cute. I think it used to be a bank so they had the remnant vault doors. That was pretty cool. I believe I also remember reading it was part of a New Orleans hotel collection. The rooms were quaint and made me feel like I was staying in New Orleans, rather than some chain hotel that happens to be in New Orleans, so it definitely did well for the atmosphere. Heating and cooling seemed a little iffy, but that may have been due to the fluctuating weather outside during our stay and the single-panel windows. The concierge did not provide much information when we checked in, so we assumed we had no wifi until we tried the code written on our key holder and voila! She also did not mention how much charge would be held on my card until they assessed for room damage so I had to find that out on my own when I checked my account that evening. However, she did redeem her hospitality points on our check out. She called a taxi for us because she said it would be cheaper than us taking the shuttle, considering the size of our group. TLDR; I was pretty happy with it.
A Traveller
The Whitney Hotel is located in the Central Business District, close to Bourbon St, and Jackson Square, and the streetcar …More
The Blake Hotel New Orleans, an Ascend Collection hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
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The Blake Hotel New Orleans, an Ascend Collection hotel

500 Saint Charles Ave, New Orleans 70130 - Map
 
 
"Hotel was very nice and clean!"
Would definitely stay again. Hotel was within walking distance to everything we needed.
chad from Kansas City
Conveniently located next to the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar stop, this contemporary business-district hotel is 4 blocks …More
Maison Dupuy Hotel - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
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Maison Dupuy Hotel

1001 Toulouse St, New Orleans 70116 - Map
 
 
"Close to French Quarter, nice place."
Loved this hotel. The restaurant was outstanding, the bar so friendly and inviting. Mark the bartender was great! Looks like Robert Duval. We will definitely be back.
Holly from Schsumburg
This French Quarter hotel is located on a quiet residential street just 2 blocks from Bourbon Street and within walking …More
Hyatt French Quarter - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Hyatt French Quarter

800 Iberville Street, New Orleans 70112 - Map
 
 
Great Hotel ,Clean, Friendly Staff. Recommend to anyone
A Traveller
The restaurants, shops, and live entertainment along historic Bourbon St are just steps away from the restored 1913 facade of …More
Drury Inn & Suites New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Drury Inn & Suites New Orleans

820 Poydras Street, New Orleans 70112 - Map
 
 
"New Orleans central"
Great hotel easy walk to FrenchQuarter/Warehouse District and galleries. 2 blocks to St Charles trolley. Totally renovated so very today. Decent free breakfast and free applies in evening though could be more varied on a daily basis. A good value mid tier hotel worth staying at
A Traveller
Located in the heart of New Orleans, this family-friendly hotel is within walking distance of McDonogh Monument, Canal …More
Hyatt Regency New Orleans - New Orleans Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
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Hyatt Regency New Orleans

601 Loyola Avenue, New Orleans 70113 - Map
 
 
"very nice hotel close to mardi gras parades"
had a fantastic time in new Orleans, went to the mardi gras and parades. great food and intertainment and fantastic hotel with great location next to the superdome.
jerry from Las Vegas
Situated in the entertainment district, this family-friendly hotel is close to New Orleans Arena, Lafayette Square, and …More

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    Where to stay in New Orleans

    New Orleans Hotel Guide

    Heaping bowls of gumbo, captivating French Creole architecture, and mesmerizing Dixieland music welcome visitors to the original birthplace of Jazz: New Orleans, Louisiana. Although it is widely known for its famous Mardi Gras celebration each year, The Big Easy offers countless other major attractions along with an eclectic culture and exquisite cuisine.

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    Hotels

    Visitors often flock to the French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in the city, where they book reservations at the quaint New Orleans hotels in this historic area. Bourbon Street, possibly one of the most popular areas of the French Quarter, features a strip that comes alive at night with celebrations, festivities, and arguably some of the best hotels in New Orleans located in the heart of all the nightlife action.

    St. Charles Avenue also offers accommodations, many of which are close to the elegant antebellum homes and architecture. Some of the mansions on St. Charles Avenue were even converted into New Orleans resorts, where guests can book rooms and experience the upper-class lifestyle of the prewar Deep South.

    Transportation

    Trying to drive around New Orleans may be more hassle than it’s worth as it’s sometimes difficult to find not only inexpensive parking spots, but parking spots in general. Fortunately, The Regional Transit Authority (RTA) offers a convenient and affordable means of exploring New Orleans with both bus and streetcar service. The RTA buses currently run 32 routes while the streetcars feature three lines: Riverfront, Canal Street, and St. Charles.

    Cabs also provide quick service. Meanwhile, in areas such as the French Quarter, walking is the one of the simplest ways to get around, and some streets even offer bicycle rentals for faster commutes.

    Travel Basics

    New Orleans has a mind of its own when it comes to alcohol. There are no requirements for when a bar needs to close at night, so some bars stay open around the clock, while others are open until 4, 5, and 6 a.m.. Additionally, the only open-container laws pertain to glass and cans, which means visitors can roam the streets with plastic containers of alcohol. Though the laws here may be different from other U.S. cities, remember to drink responsibility and don’t ever wander off alone through the city.

    Another popular piece of travel advice pertains to Mardis Gras. This celebration is usually the first image to pop up when New Orleans is mentioned, but contrary to popular belief, Mardis Gras is actually family friendly. Often referred to as the “Greatest Free Show on Earth,” it is a celebration with picnics, parades, and floats, where kids pick up the tossed gifts thrown into the crowds. For a kid-appropriate celebration, stick to St. Charles Avenue and around Napoleon Avenue and Lee Circle.

    Weather

    New Orleans boasts a subtropical climate, which means the city doesn’t experience a harsh winter. During the winter months, New Orleans temperatures average around a comfortable 62 F, so don’t expect the balmy temperatures featured during the summer months. Though the temperatures don’t plummet in this city, they certainly do rise. In the summers, brace yourself for humidity and high temperatures, as July averages temperatures around 91 F each day.

    For the mildest temperatures, visit between February and May before the sweltering heat rolls in. September and November also offer relief and comfort from the steamy summer months. Autumn features a pleasant climate, but this season does tend to attract hurricanes, so keep this in mind while booking your New Orleans vacation.

    When it comes to planning a trip to the Big Easy, the choice is easy, too, as any time of year offers comfortable temperatures and a never-ending supply of entertainment from crayfish boils to that signature Dixieland music. Browse our selection of hotels, car rentals, and flights to New Orleans here on Expedia.com to book the cheapest deals around.

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