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New Orleans Vacations

There’s enchantment afoot. Known for its European atmosphere, festive spirit, multifaceted history, and love of the arts, New Orleans has no shortage of things to see, do, and savor. Let Crescent City take you through centuries-old architecture and mystical traditions as it curves around Lake Pontchartrain. You’ll soon find that New Orleans vacations are unlike any other as you join in the shenanigans of a city celebration or sit down to cup of coffee and sweet beignets. Keep reading for a taste of the activities and hospitality that await you—each vacation package in New Orleans is bundled with magic, just like NOLA.

Top Hotels in New Orleans

Mix and match convenient flights and luxury hotels like a ghostly cocktail. As you plan your exquisite getaway, consider these guest favorites:

  • Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans: Stay here on the south side of the French Quarter to be in proximity to Saenger Theatre and the Central Business District. With crystal chandeliers and intricate tapestries reflecting off glossy marble floors, the Astor Crowne is nothing short of opulent. Take advantage of nearby fine dining or enjoy a gourmet meal delivered with 24-hour room service.
  • Le Pavillon Hotel: In the heart of the CBD, Le Pavillon is an ode to New Orleans’ French heritage, which you’ll discover as you step through the columned entrance and face the Lobby swathed in rich brocades. Stay within walking distance of icons like the McDonogh Monument and Lafayette Square, and relax by the pool and order 24-hour room service to your gorgeous suite.
  • Bourbon Orleans Hotel: As you enter through the columned portico and stand in the center of rich colors and sumptuous furnishing, you may never want to leave. But you must wander through the historic streets to nearby Preservation Hall, Le Petit Theatre Du Vieux Carre, and the Historic Voodoo Museum. The Bourbon Orleans will cast a spell on you.
  • Omni Royal Orleans Hotel: Don’t be surprised if you see a horse-drawn carriage pull up to the door of this wrought-iron laced hotel. This, like gilt sculptures and 24-hour room service are daily details at this Omni. Walk to the Historic New Orleans Collection and the New Orleans Musical Legends Park, or sip some bubbly at the poolside bar.

Major Attractions

The French Quarter has a large concentration of hotels in New Orleans, and features many of the city's most well-known landmarks. In the center of the Quarter is Jackson Square, a central gathering space surrounded by local artwork, horse drawn carriages, and the St. Louis Cathedral. The city's spacious City Park is home to the New Orleans Museum of Art, Sculpture Garden, and bike paths. If you don’t book your New Orleans package deals for Mardi Gras, visit Mardi Gars World any time during the year to see the famed floats up close and learn about the city's favorite holiday.

You could spend your entire vacation in New Orleans without ever leaving the French Quarter, it’s true, but you’ve got to follow the Mighty Mississippi south to the Garden District and Audubon. True to its name, the Garden District is a quiet and lush corner of the city center where Victorian homes and historic cemeteries are overgrown with palm trees and nostalgia. Farther to the southwest, Audubon Park is otherworldly. Nibble on a picnic among antique fountains as winged creatures perch on the edge of whimsical bird baths. These moments must be why they call it The Big Easy.

Festivals and Events

As we’ve noted, Mardi Gras is the city's most famous festival. The weeks-long event includes parades of elaborately decorated floats, marching bands, dancing groups, and coveted beads. After Mardi Gras come two of the city's best known music festivals. Beginning in April dance to the melodies of the French Quarter Festival, which is four days of live music. Come the last weekend of April and first weekend of May, when the Jazz and Heritage Festival sweeps through the city. Festivals truly span from January to December in this city of celebration, and many of them are free to join, which enriches any cheap vacation in New Orleans with culture and comradery.

Embrace the fanciful architecture and spicy creole cuisine with reckless abandon, but first, save on hotels and airfare when you book a vacation package in New Orleans, LA. Travelocity’s price-matching guarantee means we’ll offer or meet the best price you can find. Now, that’s the big easy.

Tours and Activities in New Orleans

Travel isn't just about chilling out and relaxing it's about heading away from your comfort zone and learning different things. Are you ready for some awesome new experiences?

Getting ready for some exciting activities while you're in New Orleans? We suggest trying some of these things:

Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to New Orleans?
Starting from as little as $406, hotel and flight packages are the perfect way to make your vacation budget stretch further. New Orleans, here you come!
How long should my New Orleans vacation be?
Around 3 nights is the average amount of time visitors spend in New Orleans. But the ideal trip length depends on how many cherished memories you want to create. Why not stay a little longer and uncover some hidden gems?
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for New Orleans?
It’s difficult to beat Travelocity when it comes to piecing together your New Orleans package deal. There are at least 400 air carriers and 1,000,000 worldwide properties to choose from. Book your vacation now and get ready to cross another exciting destination off your must-visit list.
Why should I book my New Orleans vacation bundle via Travelocity?
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Can I save on my New Orleans car rental if I bundle it with hotels and flights?
Absolutely — bundle your hotel, flight and car into a New Orleans vacation package and you’ll save a tidy sum. With so many things to do in the New Orleans area, having your own wheels will make exploring a joy. Once you’re behind the wheel, turn up the tunes and head toward Louisiana State University, a top sight approximately 75 mi from New Orleans.
What is the best time of year to go to New Orleans?
are the most popular months to visit, while tend to be quieter. If your budget is a bit tight, you’d be better off if you visit during . is typically regarded as the most expensive month to stop by.
Which airport is best for New Orleans?
Louis Armstrong New Orleans Intl. Airport (MSY), the primary terminal in New Orleans, is where you’ll step off the plane. It’s located 11 mi west of the downtown area.
What is there to do in New Orleans?
While venturing off the beaten track is rewarding, you shouldn’t miss the popular attractions that make a place famous. Caesars Superdome and Jackson Square are a couple of them in New Orleans.
Where should I stay when visiting New Orleans?
The New Orleans Marriott is the first choice of many visitors. Book as soon as possible to avoid missing out.
Can I go on vacation to New Orleans at this time?
Our team has the local know-how to help make your vacation dreams a reality, so before arranging a ticket to New Orleans, check out our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. This is where you can get the latest info about travel restrictions, quarantine policies and other useful advice.

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