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Located 1 block from the nightlife and restaurants of Bourbon St, the Dauphine Orleans Hotel is 2 blocks from the antique stores on Royal St., Canal St. and ...
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Near the center of the vibrant French Quarter in New Orleans, this hotel is 1 block from Jackson Square, 4 blocks from historic Café Du Monde, and 4 blocks from ...
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If you have a love of the blues and an appetite for seafood gumbo and adventure, it’s time to explore the amazing architecture and culture of New Orleans, Louisiana.
A vacation to New Orleans can be as sweet and satisfying as the notes coming out a vintage saxophone when you know the right places to stay. Many visitors choose the French Quarter because it offers so much richness and beauty. As the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, the French Quarter features a mix of Spanish architecture and French Creole cuisine. Booking a room in this famous area will give you easy access to Jackson Square, the St. Louis Cathedral, the famous bars of Bourbon Street, a sprawling flea market, and many enchanted estates. You’ll even have the chance to take a horse-drawn carriage back to your hotel from a night out on the town.
Other areas that are wonderfully accommodating to visitors include the Central Business District, Faubourg Marigny, and St. Charles Avenue. Regardless of which neighborhood you stay in, you’ll have the option to pick rooms at everything from large hotel chains and fancy resorts to cozy inns and historic motels. You can find plenty of cheap hotels in New Orleans, and you have the freedom to decide if you want a room with a window that overlooks bustling streets filled with shops and nightclubs or if you prefer staying at a quaint residential neighborhood filled with huge front porches and floral trellises.
New Orleans is a perfect destination if you’re the type of person who likes to avoid winter’s chilly sting. The city doesn’t experience harsh winters like most of the country. In fact, wintertime temperatures average around 62 degrees Fahrenheit. Many people consider winter the best time to visit New Orleans because the city is free of huge crowds. Of course, many people flock to the Big Easy for spring break celebrations and Mardi Gras. While fall and spring are usually warm and mild, summers in the city really heat up. You’ll get the true New Orleans experience as you enjoy a cold drink at a blues club on a day when the temperature reaches 91 degrees Fahrenheit. The good news is that you can get your hands on cheap motels in New Orleans regardless of what time of year you visit.
You can get to the hottest attractions in New Orleans from just about any neighborhood if you take advantage of the diverse transportation the city offers. Grabbing a car rental in New Orleans will give you the most freedom when it comes to covering multiple neighborhoods in a single day. Of course, having a set of wheels does bring with it the responsibility of finding sufficient parking. The city’s Regional Transit Authority (RTA) offers bus and streetcar services that make getting around the city a breeze. The bus system offers 32 routes. Streetcar routes are covered by the Riverfront line, the Canal Street line, and the St. Charles line. Of course, you’ll want to keep cabs in mind if you plan to stay out late exploring the amazing nightlife of New Orleans. One of the best ways to really absorb the city’s beautiful architecture during daytime is to walk or rent bicycles. Staying on the sidewalks can truly help you stop to smell the roses and discover hidden gems you might otherwise overlook.
The key to planning a perfect vacation to New Orleans is choosing the destinations you want to visit ahead of time and picking a hotel that will place you at the heart of the action. There are plenty of wonderful things to do in New Orleans. Ask yourself if you want to feed off of the energy of the endless music and fanfare of Bourbon Street or sip iced tea on a balcony that overlooks the manicured mansions and posh shops of the Garden District. If hearing local music is a priority, there is no better spot to stay than the area around Frenchmen Street. For those who are serious about going home with unique goodies from boutiques and antique shops, sticking around Royal Street is essential.
Other landmarks and attractions you may want to stay in close proximity to include the Audubon Zoo, Lafayette Cemetery, Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World, Saenger Theatre, the campus of Tulane University, and the Longue Vue House and Gardens. While there are many things to do in New Orleans during the day, it can be exciting and mysterious at night. Evening attractions range from haunted tours to hip nightclubs. If partying late into the night is on your agenda, looking for hotels located near hot night spots is a smart idea. A hotel near Bourbon Street is the obvious choice if you want to stay in party central. Uptown’s Freret Street and the Garden District certainly give Bourbon Street some competition when it comes to hip clubs and wine bars.
Saving money on a trip to the Big Easy can be simple when you travel using discount offers from Expedia.com at your convenience. Our New Orleans vacation packages are a lot like the famous gumbo dishes of NOLA. We know how to add just the right ingredients to make booking overnight accommodations and flights to New Orleans go down smoothly regardless of your budget. We offer the easiest way to get the guaranteed best rates around on all your travel needs in one easy step. Come to a place where music and bourbon spill into the streets and the souls of artists permeate the air. Plan your amazing trip to New Orleans with Expedia.com today.
Need somewhere to lay down your suitcase in New Orleans? There's no greater place to book your room than Expedia. Visitors are spoiled for choice, with 135 places available within 1 mile of the area's center alone.
Look into the Windsor Court Hotel and the W New Orleans - French Quarter if you'd love to be among the fun. Travelers like yourself are also fond of staying at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans and The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel during their time here.
A renowned quarter with a large range of accommodation to consider is Central Business District. It features 60 choices, and is located a handy 0.2 miles from the lively center. If you're ready to learn about some of the better establishments here, the Harrahs New Orleans Casino & Hotel and Bluegreen Vacations Club La Pension,Ascend Resort Collection are great places to begin your search. Are you wondering if there’s anywhere else you can spend your evenings? There sure is. You can also look into French Quarter, only 0.7 miles away. You can choose from 46 establishments, including the Soniat House and Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans.
The Magnolia Mansion is close to French Market. Another close Expedia-approved hotel is the Residence Inn New Orleans Downtown. If you'd rather stay near Jackson Square, you could check out the Royal Sonesta New Orleans or the Hotel Le Marais. City Park and the New Orleans Museum of Art are two more famous New Orleans attractions. The Degas - Bancroft Home and the Hosteeva Marina Luxury Suites are close to City Park, while the Best Western Plus French Quarter Landmark Hotel and the Inn on St. Peter, are near the New Orleans Museum of Art.
Have a look at the schedule of upcoming displays, artist programs and music shows at New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. The Omni Royal Orleans Hotel and Hotel Mazarin are nearby. Whether you choose a tragedy, comedy or musical, time at The Shadowbox Theatre is a great way to experience some first-class entertainment. Whether you'd like to see this site or would just like to be in the vicinity, the Frenchmen Orleans at 519 and Bourbon Orleans Hotel are some wonderful choices.