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$159 per night for 2 guests
This New Orleans hotel is 2 blocks from Bourbon St and 4 blocks from Frenchman St. This French Quarter hotel is just far enough away from the fray to offer guests ...
$87 per night for 2 guests
$169 per night for 2 guests
Approximately 0.8 miles from the downtown pulse of New Orleans, United States of America, is Bourbon Street.
There's loads of things to see and do in and around New Orleans, with some of the most visited attractions including the French Market, Jackson Square and City Park.
You'll find a wide range of Bourbon Street hotels and apartments in the vicinity of French Market. These include the Windsor Court Hotel, W New Orleans - French Quarter, The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans, The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel and Harrahs New Orleans Casino & Hotel.
Even the most astute art lover will be captivated by the wonderful collection housed at Porché West Gallery. After all that sightseeing, spend the night at a quality hotel nearby. The Royal Sonesta New Orleans and Hotel Le Marais are two recommended options. Crescent Park, a popular urban sanctuary, is visited by both visitors and local community members. Pack a picnic and recline in these green surroundings. Think about spending your evenings at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel and Loews New Orleans Hotel if this attraction is higher up on your must-see list.
If you're keen on spending a little more on higher-end establishments in Bourbon Street, check out the Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans.
Nothing can make your belly rumble like a day of sightseeing. Why not stop and recharge with a drink and a quick bite at the popular Bourbon Street diner, Roksi Bar? Johnny White's Pub & Grill is the food joint to head to when your rumbling stomach tells you it's time for a hearty meal. Are you up for a drink? Wind up a great day with an ice cold beer or a smooth red at Johnny White's Corner Pub.