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FAQs: Your guide to finding great hotels in New Orleans

What is the best area to stay in New Orleans?

For cool jazz and architectural treasures, stay in New Orleans’ historic French Quarter. Across the canal, vibrant art galleries and trendy eateries surround the hotels in the Central Business District. And uptown, St. Charles Avenue is the perfect spot to watch the Mardi Gras parade.

What are some of the best hotels in New Orleans?

Arranged around a leafy courtyard is the charming Hotel Mazarin. While the Bourbon Orleans Hotel is a local legend just a short stroll from Louis Armstrong Park. We have plenty of options, pick yours!

How much does it cost to stay in New Orleans?

Places to stay in New Orleans cost between $71 and $249 per night depending on your choice of hotel, location, and travel dates. Prices and availability are subject to change and additional terms may apply.

How do I find cheap hotels in New Orleans?

Visit the Big Easy in August, which is usually the cheapest month to stay. For year-round cheaper hotels, consider staying in Slidell, just a 30-minute drive from New Orleans. Get the Travelocity app or become a Travelocity member for even bigger discounts. 

Are there any great cheap hotel rooms in New Orleans?

The family-friendly Federal City Inn & Suites and attractive Hotel Indigo are both welcoming and affordable hotels in New Orleans. 

How do I find the best hotel deals in New Orleans?

Review our fantastic offers or simply enter your travel details, then use the filters to find your perfect stay. At Travelocity, we have a huge selection of excellent deals on top hotels in New Orleans.

Where will I find great hotels in New Orleans?

Soniat House is a much-loved French Quarter townhouse. Just a streetcar ride away is the regal Henry Howard Hotel in the Garden District. For a contemporary vibe, the Warehouse District is home to the red-brick Cambria Hotel.  

What are some of the top hotels in New Orleans?

The Ritz Carlton is a prestigious hotel loaded with luxury near New Orleans’ main attractions. For high-society elegance, stay at the Windsor Court Hotel where the rooftop pool takes your breath away with its city views. 

How do I find last-minute hotel deals in New Orleans?

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What are the coolest hotels in New Orleans?

The last word in 1940s glamour, The Pontchartrain Hotel in the Lower Garden District is a gold-flecked gem on St. Charles Avenue. The utter elegance of Nopsi Hotel in the Central Business District attracts artists and celebrities. And you, too. 

What are some famous hotels in New Orleans?

Welcoming jazz musicians, presidents, and movie stars, The Roosevelt is a luxury hotel with a legendary past. Equally historic, the Hotel Monteleone is a popular film location and home to the revolving Carousel Bar. 

What are some great hotels in New Orleans for Mardi Gras?

Ace Hotel is a fabulous party spot close to parade routes. And a stay at the Royal Sonesta or Sheraton New Orleans Hotel will soon have you covered in Mardi Gras beads.

What are some unique hotels in New Orleans?

Travel to the 19th century in style with a stay at the theatrical Hotel Peter and Paul. And the journalism-themed Eliza Jane, in The Unbound Collection by Hyatt combines industrial chic with romantic boutique. 

Why should I book my hotel in New Orleans with Travelocity?

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Our Guide To Hotels In New Orleans

Some destinations are unlike anything you’ve witnessed in your treks around the world. These cities stand alone in your mind for their architecture, history, and way their streets come to life in celebration. New Orleans is one such city. Wander among gothic walkups edged in intricate wrought iron balconies and daring widow’s walks. Join the extravagant Carnival parades on Mardi Gras, and sway to the music of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Dip your spoon into a rich fusion of flavors from spicy Cajun and savory Creole to the sweet confectionary sugar sprinkled over the tops of delectable beignets fresh from the fryer. But most of all, traveler, feel the enchantment that floats around every turn in the Big Easy.

Where are the best places to stay in New Orleans?

Knowing where to stay in New Orleans all depends on what brings you to town. You might need a place close to the Mardi Gras mayhem, a hotel in the French Quarter where you can engage in the nightlife, or a downtown New Orleans hotel convenient to Spanish Plaza, Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, and other central attractions.

Mardi Gras Hotels:

Uptown: While parades are held throughout the city, the bulk of the Mardi Gras celebrations take place in the Uptown neighborhood. A stone’s throw from downtown, the 19th-century homes and unique boutiques will have you convinced you’ve stepped back in time. Stay close to St. Charles Avenue and Freret Street, which includes independent shops, gourmet bistros and craft bars, as well as art galleries.

Garden District: One of the more popular, refined, and quiet neighborhoods in the city is the Garden District, adjacent Uptown—making it a nice retreat from the noise after the party ends. Greek Revival homes highlight the neighborhood where window shoppers are treated to equal parts antique shops and contemporary design houses. Oh, and the area is as lush as its name implies.

French Quarter Hotels:

Uptown and the Garden District may host the Mardi Gras party. But, the most famous district in NOLA is the French Quarter. Many of the most popular hotels in New Orleans are within walking distance of the lively bars, award-winning restaurants, and live-music venues that dot the iconic balcony-lined streets. Let the aromatics of Cajun spices wash over your senses like the warm glow of candles flickering from the window of a fortune teller’s alcove.

  • Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans: Located at the corner of Canal and Bourbon Streets, the Crowne Plaza puts the pulse of the entire French Quarter at your doorstep. Spend an evening out at nearby Saenger Theatre and enjoy 24-hour room service no matter how late you return to the hotel.
  • Bourbon Orleans Hotel: In the heart of the French Quarter, this vibrant hotel has balcony rooms overlooking Bourbon Street, but don’t be surprised if you spend just as much time admiring the plush interior with columns and chandeliers to spare. It’s just a block from the Preservation Hall Old Opera House and Jackson Square Park, so bring your opera glasses.
  • Omni Royal Orleans Hotel: Nestled right between Bourbon Street and the Mississippi River, this elegant establishment has been an upscale award winner for over 30 years, and it’s easily one of the more distinguished hotels in New Orleans. Standing tall on the corner of St. Louis and Royal Streets only adds to the luxurious luster, as do the horse-drawn carriages you’ll likely see out front.

Downtown Hotels:

If you’re mixing work and leisure, consider New Orleans hotel deals that land you in the middle of bustling downtown at an easygoing rate.

  • Le Pavillon Hotel: When you arrive outside Le Pavillion, you’ll be sure you’ve stepped back in time to the Parisian Belle Époque era. Many of the rooms include a gorgeous fireplace so you can stay cozy any time of year; add the 24-hour room service and you may never want to leave. But you’ve got to step out to see the beautiful outdoor spaces like Lafayette Square and Duncan Plaza.

One of America’s most fascinating cities is waiting for you to come and experience its eclectic customs, cuisine, and culture. Book cheap hotels in New Orleans with Travelocity to take advantage of our price-matching guarantee. From Lake Pontchartrain to the mighty Mississippi River, the Big Easy will be your oyster.

Where to stay in New Orleans

Some destinations are unlike anything you’ve witnessed in your treks around the world. These cities stand alone in your mind for their architecture, history, and way their streets come to life in celebration. New Orleans is one such city. Wander among gothic walk-ups edged in intricate wrought iron balconies and daring widow’s walks. Join the extravagant Carnival parades on Mardi Gras, and sway to the music of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Dip your spoon into a rich fusion of flavors from spicy Cajun and savory Creole to the sweet confectionary sugar sprinkled over the tops of delectable beignets fresh from the fryer. But most of all, traveler, feel the enchantment that floats around every turn in the Big Easy.

Where are some of the best places to stay in New Orleans?

Knowing where to stay in New Orleans all depends on what brings you to town. You might need a place close to the Mardi Gras mayhem, a hotel in the French Quarter where you can engage in the nightlife, or a downtown New Orleans hotel convenient to Spanish Plaza, Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, and other central attractions.

Mardi Gras Hotels:

Uptown: While parades are held throughout the city, the bulk of the Mardi Gras celebrations take place in the Uptown neighborhood. A stone’s throw from downtown, the 19th-century homes and unique boutiques will have you convinced you’ve stepped back in time. Stay close to St. Charles Avenue and Freret Street, which includes independent shops, gourmet bistros and craft bars, as well as art galleries.

Garden District: One of the more popular, refined, and quiet neighborhoods in the city is the Garden District, adjacent to Uptown - making it a nice retreat from the noise after the party ends. Greek Revival homes highlight the neighborhood where window shoppers are treated to equal parts antique shops and contemporary design houses. Oh, and the area is as lush as its name implies.

French Quarter Hotels:

Uptown and the Garden District may host the Mardi Gras party. But the most famous district in NOLA is the French Quarter. Many of the most popular hotels in New Orleans are within walking distance of the lively bars, award-winning restaurants, and live-music venues that dot the iconic balcony-lined streets. Let the aromatics of Cajun spices wash over your senses like the warm glow of candles flickering from the window of a fortune teller’s alcove.

  • Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans: Located at the corner of Canal and Bourbon Streets, the Crowne Plaza puts the pulse of the entire French Quarter at your doorstep. Spend an evening out at nearby Saenger Theatre and enjoy 24-hour room service no matter how late you return to the hotel.
  • Bourbon Orleans Hotel: In the heart of the French Quarter, this vibrant hotel has balcony rooms overlooking Bourbon Street, but don’t be surprised if you spend just as much time admiring the plush interior with columns and chandeliers to spare. It’s just a block from the Preservation Hall Old Opera House and Jackson Square Park, so bring your opera glasses.
  • Omni Royal Orleans Hotel: Nestled right between Bourbon Street and the Mississippi River, this elegant establishment has been an upscale award winner for over 30 years, and it’s easily one of the more distinguished hotels in New Orleans. Standing tall on the corner of St. Louis and Royal Streets only adds to the luxurious luster, as do the horse-drawn carriages you’ll likely see out front.

Downtown Hotels:

If you’re mixing work and leisure, consider New Orleans hotel deals that land you in the middle of bustling downtown at an easy-going rate.

  • Le Pavillon Hotel: When you arrive outside Le Pavillion, you’ll be sure you’ve stepped back in time to the Parisian Belle Époque era. Many of the rooms include a gorgeous fireplace so you can stay cozy any time of year; add the 24-hour room service and you may never want to leave. But you’ve got to step out to see the beautiful outdoor spaces like Lafayette Square and Duncan Plaza.

One of America’s most fascinating cities is waiting for you to come and experience its eclectic customs, cuisine, and culture. Book cheap hotels and motels in New Orleans with Travelocity to take advantage of our price-matching guarantee. From Lake Pontchartrain to the mighty Mississippi River, the Big Easy will be your oyster.

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in New Orleans? Check out our New Orleans travel guide!

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