Built after the Louisiana Purchase, New Orleans’ Garden District was developed in 1832 by the South’s elite.
During this time, wealthy Americans involved with the cotton, sugar, and shipping industries commissioned mansions in the neighborhood. These homes are, to this day, considered some of the most well-preserved historical and extravagant buildings in the United States. Place this intriguing destination on your NOLA itinerary to observe the architecture of the George Washington Cable House, dine at the famous Commander’s Palace, and lounge in the Coliseum Square Park. For easy access to these testaments of time, book one of the many New Orleans Garden District hotels.
Just because you’re staying near miles of mansions doesn’t mean you need to spend like you have your own plantation. Here at Expedia.com, we offer cheap deals on hotels in the Garden District of New Orleans to keep your stay within your travel budget. If you’re planning to continue your travels elsewhere, we also provide a selection of Kenner, LaPlace, and French Quarter hotels. Browse our variety of lodging, and don’t miss our verified hotel reviews from real-world travelers like you for additional tips and recommendations on where to stay.