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The Jung Hotel and Residences, hotel in New Orleans

Located right off of Canal Street and adjacent to Tulane School of Medicine, The Jung Hotel and Residences offers modern rooms within less than 1 km from Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

It was clean, the room was very spacious and the bed very comfortable. Also handy for the tram. A bonus was the rooftop pool.
Scored 8.6
8.6
Rated fabulous
Fabulous
2,358 reviews
Price from£84.12per night
La Quinta by Wyndham New Orleans Downtown, hotel in New Orleans

Within walking distance to the French Quarter, La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Downtown offers a complimentary continental breakfast and rooms with refrigerators and microwaves.

The breakfast was solid - bagels, waffles, cereal, yogurt etc. Not a luxury spread but more than enough to start the day on a full stomach.
Scored 7.1
7.1
Rated good
Good
2,520 reviews
Price from£79.55per night
NOPSI Hotel New Orleans, hotel in New Orleans

Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans offers pet-friendly accommodation within walking distance of the French Quarter in New Orleans.

Downtown location
Scored 8.7
8.7
Rated fabulous
Fabulous
1,715 reviews
Price from£145.72per night
Sonesta ES Suites New Orleans Convention Center, hotel in New Orleans

Situated in the Arts- Warehouse District district of New Orleans, Sonesta ES Suites New Orleans Convention Center provides a tennis court, a fitness centre and barbecue facilities.

Spacious
Scored 8.1
8.1
Rated very good
Very good
1,674 reviews
Price from£87.07per night
Omni Royal Orleans Hotel, hotel in New Orleans

Located on the most fashionable corner, St. Louis at Royal, the hotel has received the 4-diamond luxury award for the past 27 years and has earned the Pinnacle Award for meeting services.

The front door staff were friendly, the room was clean and the hotel was in a great location. Kat at concierge was helpful and knowledgable.
Scored 8.4
8.4
Rated very good
Very good
1,123 reviews
Price from£144.68per night
Quarter House Suites, hotel in New Orleans

Offering free WiFi and an outdoor pool, Quarter House Suites is located in New Orleans, 400 metres from Bourbon Street. St Louis Cathedral is 700 metres away.

Friendly, helpful staff.
Scored 8.6
8.6
Rated fabulous
Fabulous
1,339 reviews
Price from£148.26per night
The Mercantile Hotel, hotel in New Orleans

Located in the middle of New Orleans, The Mercantile Hotel provides accommodation with free WiFi.

The suite was lovely. Nicely decorated and excellent space. Nice bathroom and products. The location was also great. Close to Convention Centre and also walking distance to French quarter.
Scored 8.2
8.2
Rated very good
Very good
2,529 reviews
Price from£89.03per night
Le Méridien New Orleans, hotel in New Orleans

Located just 650 metres from Harrah's Casino in New Orleans, Louisiana, this hotel offers a rooftop swimming pool with lounge chairs and covered seating. The property has 2 on-site dining options.

Location. Daily cleaning service provided by house keeping staff. Friendliness and efficiency of reception team.
Scored 8.2
8.2
Rated very good
Very good
1,021 reviews
Price from£125.35per night
Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Convention Center, hotel in New Orleans

Situated one block from the Morial Convention Center and within walking distance to many top New Orleans attractions, this hotel features spacious rooms along with many of today's modern conveniences....

The hotel has average facilities for American standards. Proximity to the convention center
Scored 8.1
8.1
Rated very good
Very good
1,214 reviews
Price from£74.95per night
Drury Plaza Hotel New Orleans, hotel in New Orleans

Located 1 mile from the New Orleans French Quarter, this hotel features an outdoor swimming pool and a whirlpool. Free Wi-Fi is also included.

Location was great. Just a few blocks from the craziness of Bourbon St. Also beside green street car to Garden district and Hop on Hop off bus. What made the holiday were the staff. From check in, we were warmly welcomed and that hospitality lasted throughout our stay. Every one of thier staff members would bend over backwards to accommodate you or just say hello when passing. It was truly exceptional. From Patrick at breakfast to Renaldo at reception, they always had time for us. I have stayed in top 5 star hotels that have not managed that level of hospitality. The drinks and evening snacks where of a very high standard, as was the breakfast. We were on a 3 week tour of different US States and staying in 6 different hotels, this was by far our favourite.
Scored 9.2
9.2
Rated superb
Superb
1,748 reviews
Price from£105.21per night
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  • Lagniappe Lodge
    Scored 10.0
    10.0
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 1 review

    Well set in the Downtown New Orleans district of New Orleans, Lagniappe Lodge is located 1.6 km from Union Station, 1.6 km from Caesars Superdome and 4.8 km from Touro Synagogue.

  • Sleeps 20-spacious Suites Near French Quarter
    Scored 10.0
    10.0
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 1 review

    Set within 2.2 km of Caesars Superdome and 3 km of Union Station, Sleeps 20-spacious Suites Near French Quarter offers rooms with air conditioning and a private bathroom in New Orleans.

  • 9BR-SLEEPS 19. Amazing Deal!!
    Scored 10.0
    10.0
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 12 reviews

    Located within 15 km of Caesars Superdome and 15 km of Union Station, 9BR-SLEEPS 19. Amazing Deal!! provides rooms in New Orleans. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk.

    Loved the cozy rooms at Chateau, especially being so close to Paul Prudhomme's legendary dining spots.

  • 7BR- SLEEPS 15! Celebrity Villa! Great Rates!!
    Scored 9.6
    9.6
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 17 reviews

    Situated within 15 km of Caesars Superdome and 15 km of Union Station, 7BR- SLEEPS 15! Celebrity Villa! Great Rates!! features rooms in New Orleans.

    It was very spacious, nice and comfortable bedroom!

  • The Rubenstein Hotel
    Scored 8.9
    8.9
    Rated fabulous
    Fabulous
     · 38 reviews

    Well set in the centre of New Orleans, The Rubenstein Hotel is within 1.5 km of Union Station and 1.5 km of Caesars Superdome.

    Huge rooms and nice facilities, location couldn’t be better.

  • Hyatt House New Orleans Downtown
    Scored 8.8
    8.8
    Rated fabulous
    Fabulous
     · 987 reviews

    Set in New Orleans in the Louisiana Region, 400 metres from Superbowl 2013, Hyatt House New Orleans Downtown features a seasonal outdoor pool and fitness centre.

    Breakfast was the best I've ever had at ANY hotel.

  • Residence Inn by Marriott New Orleans French Quarter Area/Cen B
    Scored 8.8
    8.8
    Rated fabulous
    Fabulous
     · 407 reviews

    Residence Inn by Marriott New Orleans French Quarter Area/Cen B is attractively situated in the centre of New Orleans, and features a fitness centre, free WiFi and a bar.

    i loved the location, spacious room & comfort of it!

  • JW Marriott New Orleans
    Scored 8.8
    8.8
    Rated fabulous
    Fabulous
     · 255 reviews

    Located in the heart of historic French Quarter on Canal Street, this JW Marriott New Orleans features a large outdoor pool with a sun terrace.

    The hotel was great! Friendly staff great service!!

FAQs about hotels in New Orleans

Getting its Rhythm Back

The home of jazz, intriguing New Orleans evokes images of Louis Armstrong, wrought-iron balconies and mouth-watering Cajun cuisine. Louisiana’s largest city, in the heart of the Deep South, the ‘Big Easy’ is being regenerated in the wake of devastating hurricane Katrina.

One area relatively unscathed was Bourbon Street – where jazz saxophones ring out of traditional bars interspersed by others offering more colourful nightlife. There are several New Orleans hotels near Bourbon Street, spread around the French Quarter with its distinctive Creole architecture.

To the south is Jackson Square, dominated by the Disney-esque St Louis Cathedral. Horses and carts wait patiently by the square, and locals set up their stools and start playing catchy tunes. Just behind is the legendary Mississippi River whose waters are still plied by paddle steamers.

From the river you get great views of the CBD skyscrapers and beside them is the huge Louisiana Superdome sports venue. Booking.com has several hotels near the Superdome, including some on Canal Street – a historic road where streetcars and the famous New Orleans Mardi Gras carnival pass down.

In the northern suburbs is New Orleans City Park, one of the oldest US parks and larger than NYC’s Central Park. Waterways lining it flow into large Lake Pontchartrain bordered by a bayou – the typical wetlands of the state.

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What guests said about New Orleans:

  • Scored 10
    10

    Find food and things to do away from Canal and Bourbon...

    Find food and things to do away from Canal and Bourbon Street. The prices are ridiculous since it's a tourist area. There is so much more to New Orleans. We enjoyed Bianka Lounge, the Bee Spot restaurant (get there as early as possible), and swamp tours too! Cafe Beignet is over rated and if you've had a funnel cake then check this place off your bucket list without the visit. On another note Voodoo chicken (spicy) and Willie's Chicken were good!
    A
    Anonymous
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    The city is a little overrated with what they offer.

    The city is a little overrated with what they offer. We did the hop on hop off bus tour but nothing that "wowed" us and nowhere to really hop off to see anything. We ate at local eateries Mulate's and Mother's and found the food expensive but average. We rode both the green trolley and red trolley but again no "wow" factor. We tried to do the steam boat cruise but it's closed on Sundays. For a major tourist city we didn't understand this and it was disappointing. The casino was hopping as well as Bourbon Street. If you love to party and spend lots of money on food and drinks, this is your spot!
    Debra
    Canada
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    NOLA is full of culture, from the restaurants, famous...

    NOLA is full of culture, from the restaurants, famous Bourbon street, its history on slavery ( the plantations)we also get a chance to see life through the eyes of a slave rather than just what the plantation looked like, which was important to me. Last but not least it is where wonderful JAZZ music was born.
    Marcia
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    I went with my Husband and 12 year old daughter.

    I went with my Husband and 12 year old daughter. We really enjoyed it! I have been to a lot of big cities, but New Orleans is pretty laid back. It looks like they are working hard to make the city more accommodating to tourists. Downtown was great! We did walk down Bourbon street which was definitely worse than expected, but the daughter got an eye opening experience. Every place we ate was amazing! We definitely will be back one day. We were on a pretty tight budget, so we did not pay for any tours or events. We mostly just walked or drove around.
    Billy
    United States
  • Scored 10
    10

    Fantastic city, particularly for the insomnolent.

    Fantastic city, particularly for the insomnolent. I couldn't have my fill of the French Quarter, Bourbon Street. The music in the nightclubs along Frenchmen Street was unmatched. Strongly recommend the Plantatio Tour, the Swamp Tour. The idea is to wander... and hopefully get lost... and then discover a bar.
    Joydeep
    United States
  • Scored 2.0
    2.0

    Stay away from New Orleans French Quarter. Its filth!

    Stay away from New Orleans French Quarter. Its filth! Noisy, pot smoking idiots everywhere on the street. Even the paddleboat dinner cruise was rubbish - pathetic food, understaffed bar. $25 to see an old cemetery? $46 for a hop-on hop-off ride. So many other cities have so much more to offer that this crap-hole.
    Paul
    Australia

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  • From £81.07 per night
    Scored 7.7
    7.7
    Rated good
    Good
     · 1,369 reviews
    The hotel is really close to the city center and also the French Quarter (the most touristic area in New Orleans). It is also just a couple of blocks from a supermarket (Rouses), where we can buy almost anything we need regarding food and hygiene items. Bed and pillows were really comfortable at this room. Having a mini fridge in the room as well as a microwave was really useful.
    Igor
    Brazil
  • Scored 8.4
    8.4
    Rated very good
    Very good
     · 25 reviews
    Apartment is spacious, very clean, secure and really comfortable. Victor was really responsive and helpful whenever we had any questions/issues. All communications and use of the apartment were very smooth. Central position, walkable to both the french quarter, downtown and garden district.
    Martina
    United States
  • From £166.31 per night
    Scored 8.9
    8.9
    Rated fabulous
    Fabulous
     · 856 reviews
    Great stylish room. Hotel near French quarter and railway..Two times a cargo train was passing at night with many too-toos. Except that, silent sleep.
    Thomas
    Germany
  • From £128.67 per night
    Scored 8.9
    8.9
    Rated fabulous
    Fabulous
     · 547 reviews
    Location, free parking, lovely large rooms. Our second time to stay. We love the Garden District and the hotel's closeness to the French Quarter.
    Eileen
    United States
  • From £154.24 per night
    Scored 8.3
    8.3
    Rated very good
    Very good
     · 1,017 reviews
    Great little hotel at the corner of the French quarter. Old, but very clean. Will definitely come back when visiting New Orleans.
    Rajko
    Canada

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