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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.

Nice room Nice pool Good location
8.6
Scored 8.6
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
2,328 reviews
Price from£93.87per 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 staff was quite friendly and fast
7.2
Scored 7.2
Good
Rated good
2,608 reviews
Price from£85.75per 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.

The best thing about Nopsi was the location. It could not be faulted. A short walk to most attractions but far enough away, it’s not rowdy.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
1,716 reviews
Price from£149.06per 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.

No, very dirty, the first room we were assigned had dirty sheets and the carpet in the room was pure dirt. And there’s no parking!! Only on the streets and it’s $3 per hour!!! NOT WORTHY!!!
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very good
Rated very good
1,627 reviews
Price from£89.06per 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.

All went well. A huge call out to the receptionist that helped us agree on a late checkout with a fee...she had a great can do attitude and very helpful.
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very good
Rated very good
1,156 reviews
Price from£124.98per 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.

Great Hotel in the French Quarter. I did not know it before, but it is important which street you are staying in the French Quarter, because some gets the constant noise from the street. We were lucky with the Quarter House Suites, as they are really extremely close to everything but still in a silent street. It has also comfortably accommodated 5 of us, with 2 bathrooms and 2 bedrooms. This is difficult in many of the Hotels with a fair price. I would stay here again
8.6
Scored 8.6
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
1,267 reviews
Price from£138.82per night
The Mercantile Hotel, hotel in New Orleans

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

The room was spacious and had a good view of the city from both the bathroom and bedroom. The room was clean and breakfast was ok. Location was great!
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very good
Rated very good
2,495 reviews
Price from£91.06per 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.

Very good fitness room. Weight lifting Technogym complex machines, running threads etc. Nice outside pool. Parking garage nearby (2 min walk) for 30USD/day or hourly.
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very good
Rated very good
909 reviews
Price from£133.32per 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
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very good
Rated very good
1,269 reviews
Price from£78.23per 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.

Great breakfast and afternoon drinks and food which were included. Great views over city and river Very helpful staff Convenient location
9.2
Scored 9.2
Superb
Rated superb
1,796 reviews
Price from£107.62per night
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  • Lagniappe Lodge
    10.0
    Scored 10.0
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 1 review

    Located in the centre of New Orleans, 1.1 km from Morial Convention Center, Lagniappe Lodge provides air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi.

  • 7BR- SLEEPS 15! Celebrity Villa! Great Rates!!
    9.6
    Scored 9.6
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 14 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!

  • 9BR-SLEEPS 19. Amazing Deal!!
    9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 10 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.

    Chateau: staff outstanding, location superb, experience extraordinary, hospitality unmatched, absolutely impeccable.

  • Residence Inn by Marriott New Orleans French Quarter Area/Cen B
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 412 reviews

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

    great facilities, clean and complete. perfect location

  • JW Marriott New Orleans
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 257 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!!

  • Hyatt House New Orleans Downtown
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 981 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.

  • The Rubenstein Hotel
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 33 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.

  • Kimpton Hotel Fontenot, an IHG Hotel
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 221 reviews

    Kimpton Hotel Fontenot, an IHG Hotel has a fitness centre, shared lounge, a restaurant and bar in New Orleans. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, a concierge service and free WiFi.

    supreme comfort,lovely staff,excellent location,value .

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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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  • 469 attractions
  • 78 points of interest
  • 10 neighbourhoods

What guests said about New Orleans:

  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    We suggest research the time you go, weekends felt very...

    We suggest research the time you go, weekends felt very unsafe so be very careful if you look like tourist or stand out. Probably most unsafe Ive felt away before. Mid week seemed better environment. Music and food in surrounding areas was lovely and good artwork. Avoid booking anywhere near Bourbon street, as its hideous. Frenchman street has lovely art market and better music and vibe in evening but suggest taxi , do not walk or you will likely get into trouble. Its fruitful of culture but rough around the edges which I suppose gives its nature. 3 nights is more than ample.
    Shaf247
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Like everywhere else, New Orleans is equally expensive.

    Like everywhere else, New Orleans is equally expensive. Definitely a lot to look at and take in. Lots going on. Large Police presence. Felt safe. If you donʻt like large crowds, or loud music, this place is not for you. It was enjoyable, with lots of history.
    Lanette
    United States
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    The best restaurants are NOT in the French Quarter.

    The best restaurants are NOT in the French Quarter. Go to Magazine Street. Also, don’t get taken in by the street hustle regarding “where you got your shoes”. Several random hustlers doing it. My husband was suckered and before he knew it, they had poured a thick soap or some other substance on his sneakers. Had to walk around all day with stains on his shoes until we washed them later. Anyway, Bourbon Street is literally an open sewer so one walk through is more than enough. The WWII museum is incredible. It’s a must-see. Plantation tours were vastly different. Oak Alley seemed to glorify the ways of the old south, emphasizing the grandeur of the house, offering mint juleps, etc. The Whitney Plantation was an accurate and heart wrenching depiction of what enslaved people endured. I wish I could have taken the admission I paid to Oak Alley and given it to Whitney!
    Rose
    United States
  • 10
    Scored 10

    NOLA is an Interesting and fun place to explore!

    NOLA is an Interesting and fun place to explore! I've been there three times and still haven't seen everything I wanted to. Check out the Saenger for evening shows, buy your tickets early! Head toward the Aquarium and the adjacent mall for any shopping needs. Buy a Jazzy Pass to get around using streetcars, ferries and busses.
    Peg
    United States
  • 10
    Scored 10

    I love the city of New Orleans.

    I love the city of New Orleans. The people are friendly, and the music is great. Then don't let me forget to mention the food. Everything was good even Panda Express taste better than mine from back home (Tennessee) lol. I didn't feel uneasy there of course I was watching my surroundings when out. In my opinion it's not as bad as people make it seem. I'm a single female who traveled solo to meet some friends. I felt just fine walking around by myself before I met up with everyone else.
    Ivy
    United States
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Do the ghost tour & swamp tour.

    Do the ghost tour & swamp tour. Listen to the locals when they tell you were the best places to eat specific food is. They're always 10/10. I would come back just to do brunch at Ruby Slipper again. The people of New Orleans are the salt of the earth and their kindness is infectious even to us often cold northerners.
    Bryonna

Explore guest reviews of hotels in New Orleans

  • From £89.22 per night
    7.5
    Scored 7.5
    Good
    Rated good
     · 501 reviews
    The staff was the friendliest ever. The room and entire hotel were so clean. Bed was super comfortable. I loved the chandeliers, the hardwood floors, and the art. The full-sized bathtub was a huge hit with me. I took a hot relaxing bath every night after walking miles in the Quarter. The location on the most beautiful street in the French Quarter is perfect...literally a few steps from Jackson Square. We have stayed at many establishments during our many trips to New Orleans, but this hotel will be our pick from now on.
    Angela
    United States
  • 7.2
    Scored 7.2
    Good
    Rated good
     · 80 reviews
    This is a well located and very beautiful property. Having a small fridge in the room and access to a microwave oven really helped my somewhat long stay in New Orleans. I only needed to walk one block and I had access to a streetcar that would take me downtown and the French Quarter. The staff there was friendly and very helpful in getting me checked in and out during strange hours. One employee waited over an hour past their shift to get me comfortably into my room upon my late arrival.
    david
    United States
  • From £70.73 per night
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 2,625 reviews
    I liked the thoughtfulness and convenience of this hostel. The fact that there is a fountain to fill water bottles, free breakfast, 24/7 access to tea and coffee, a bar/restaurant attached, an aesthetically pleasing and comfortable lobby, staff recommendations for how to enjoy New Orleans, flyers re: Mardi Gras activities, the location to the French Quarter, public transit, and drug stores (for emergencies.)
    Tiffany
    United States
  • From £292.15 per night
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 1,047 reviews
    As a family of three, looking to explore New Orleans from a decent, but not immediately central location, this was an excellent choice, and paying the extra for a penthouse with the terrace was absolutely the right choice. Lots of room, comfortable beds, a couple of blocks from the supermarket and we were glad not to have been closer to Canal Street or the French Quarter, both of which were walkable.
    David
    United Kingdom
  • From £108.45 per night
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 1,796 reviews
    The location of this hotel is perfect. We attended the Sugarbowl and the hotel was in comfortable walking distance from the stadium, the riverfront, French Quarter, etc. There is an awesome breakfast buffet and a dinner buffet as well. This was our second stay at Drury and we will continue to choose this hotel when visiting New Orleans.
    Danna
    United States
  • 9.7
    Scored 9.7
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 274 reviews
    Wonderful property in a lovely part of New Orleans. Very close to Magazine Street which has plenty of bars and restaurants, as well as wonderful independent shops. Only a short walk to the streetcar stop to take you to the French Quarter. Rooms were fantastic, individually decorated and very large. Ours had a balcony which was lovely
    Chris
    United Kingdom
  • From £147.11 per night
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 1,716 reviews
    Beautiful architecture and historic site. Close proximity to French Quarter (even walked home from Frenchman St) and steps away from the St. Charles Trolley for the garden district. Oh and you get drink tickets each night of your stay and boy, do they make good cocktails at all 3 of the hotel bars!
    Dianne
    United States
  • From £128.70 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 1,914 reviews
    A spacious hotel, with a grand lobby. Well located in the Central Business District, which is a little less busy/noisy than the French Quarter, but an easy 10 minute walk from it. Also well placed to get to the Garden District - you can walk or get a tram.
    Luke
    United Kingdom
  • From £102.81 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 3,581 reviews
    The room was great, the staff friendly and welcoming. Hotel was within walking distance to all of the downtown attractions we wanted to visit. One block to Canal Street. Easy walk to Snug Harbour, French Quarter Markets, Harrah’s. Will stay here again!
    Sonya
    Australia
  • From £84.06 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 1,271 reviews
    The hotel was centrally located and we were able to walk deeper into the French Quarter, to Frenchman Street, to the Riverwalk and even to the Garden District. The staff was nice. Our room was very clean, had nice high ceilings and was spacious.
    Miranda
    United States
  • From £104.02 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 3,408 reviews
    Perfectly located in the French Quarter, New Orleans. Comfortable rooms, very good breakfast and super coffee machine available 24/7. Exceptional staff - helpful, nice, agile. Within walking distance to the Convention centre. Thank you. 🙏🙂
    Mediha
    Slovenia
  • From £111.27 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 490 reviews
    Beautiful suit. Excellent location....easy walk to the crazy of the French quarter and easy walk to French Market. Within 2 or 3 blocks. Quiet street and hotel but close to the crazy! Best of both worlds.
    Stephanie
    Canada
  • From £119.50 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 758 reviews
    Hotel is Fabulous! Staff was Friendly and helpful in every way! Million Dollar Location...convenient to everything in French Quarter but still quiet and relaxing. This will be my go to in New Orleans!
    V Craig
    United States
  • From £98.57 per night
    7.4
    Scored 7.4
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,704 reviews
    Location, we spent time in the French Quarter and the Garden District. We were able to walk and take the Street car to all the places we wanted to see. Hotel staff were very polite and friendly.
    S
    SHAUN
    United States
  • 9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 247 reviews
    Wonderful location, quick walk to Frenchmen Street, beautiful room with gorgeous art. Wouldn't wanna stay anywhere else in New Orleans. Porch is so lovely. French Quarter is a walkable distance.
    Ulrike
    Austria
  • From £110.30 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 624 reviews
    It’s centrally within the French Quarter and easy to get around. Friendly staff and the outside of the hotel provides you with that iconic New Orleans look.
    Taylor
    United Kingdom
  • 9.6
    Scored 9.6
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 14 reviews
    The staff at the Chateau were like old friends, and its location near the French Quarter made us fall in love with New Orleans even more.
    Tina
    United States
  • From £165.51 per night
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 842 reviews
    Small, but very pleasant and modern boutique hotel well located to explore the French Quarter in New Orleans
    Adam Hills
    United Kingdom
  • From £110.30 per night
    7.1
    Scored 7.1
    Good
    Rated good
     · 615 reviews
    it’s in a great location near Bourbon street, traditional French Quarter hotel
    Jane
    United Kingdom
  • From £258.65 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very good
    Rated very good
     · 357 reviews
    Great location : near French Quarter and downtown, but not noisy.
    James
    United States

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