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Garden District, New Orleans Hotel Information

Top Garden District Accommodations

As you would expect from a major city, New Orleans is filled with colorful neighborhoods. You'll find Garden District 1 mile away from New Orleans' downtown area.

The Windsor Court Hotel and W New Orleans - French Quarter are all situated in the proximity of Brevard-Clapp House, and The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans and The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel can be found nearer to Lafayette No. 1.

There's a broad range of places to stay on offer in Garden District, giving visitors the opportunity to compare rates and facilities. Accommodation options at the more affordable end of the scale include the Garden District B&B and Historic Streetcar Inn.

Visitors who are keen to enjoy one of Garden District's more high-end places to stay could investigate the Parisian Courtyard Inn.

Accommodation options near Garden District

If there is no available Garden District accommodation, you should also explore the hotels in Lower Garden District, a suburb located 0.6 miles to the east of central Garden District. Or you could take a look at Expedia's Central City hotels guide for hotels in Central City, another New Orleans neighborhood.

Our New Orleans vacation travel guide and New Orleans hotels page are only a click away, and can help you make the most from your journey here.

The Loews New Orleans Hotel and New Orleans Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center are two hotels you might want to look into if you'd like to stay close by. Are you trying to find an activity for the family and the weather just won't cooperate? Organize a visit to New Orleans Fire Museum Fire Station and spend time indoors while you observe the exhibits on display. If you want to keep the cost of transport down, check out the Hotel Indigo NEW ORLEANS GARDEN DISTRICT and InterContinental New Orleans, a couple of convenient accommodations.

After a fun morning of exploring Garden District, make your way to Red Gravy for a coffee and a sweet treat. Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area Hotel is the food-joint to head to when your rumbling stomach indicates that it's time for a proper meal. If it's late in the day, kickstart a night out with a social drink at Generations Hall.

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, 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.