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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.

Night shift staff was friendly and helpful
7.2
Scored 7.2
Good
Rated good
2,622 reviews
Price from$74.80per night
Sonesta ES Suites New Orleans Convention Center, hotel in New Orleans

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

Decent breakfast selection and the suites are nice sized
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very Good
Rated very good
1,633 reviews
Price from$95.92per night
Le Méridien New Orleans, hotel in New Orleans

Located just 2133 feet 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.

Everything was nice
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
899 reviews
Price from$125per 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 accommodations along with many of today's modern...

Nothing
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
1,275 reviews
Price from$84.15per night
NOPSI Hotel New Orleans, hotel in New Orleans

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

Nice, up to date, extra clean, bed feels amazing, definitely would stay again.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
1,714 reviews
Price from$131.12per night
Homewood Suites by Hilton New Orleans, hotel in New Orleans

Featuring spacious suites equipped with all the comforts of home, this hotel is located in the heart of New Orleans, within walking distance to all main attractions, including the French Quarter.

Great staff, very clean, comfortable
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
1,181 reviews
Price from$110.36per night
The Royal Sonesta New Orleans, hotel in New Orleans

Located in the historic French Quarter on Bourbon Street, The Royal Sonesta New Orleans offers accommodations with an outdoor pool, multiple bars, and a jazz club.

Over priced
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
1,992 reviews
Price from$159per night
The Mercantile Hotel, hotel in New Orleans

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

EVERYTHING! The room was so spacious and the place was spotless. The beds were AMAZING & very comfortable. Complimentary breakfast was a bonus. Staff was friendly. To Uber/Lyft to Bourbon Street & the French Quater was $7-$11. Looked exactly as advertised online. Would absolutely recommend & stay here again!
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
2,495 reviews
Price from$98.10per 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.

Location was perfect
8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
1,157 reviews
Price from$134.10per night
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 0.6 mi from Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

This was the second time staying here. We would book here again. The value is exceptional for New Orleans!
8.6
Scored 8.6
Excellent
Rated excellent
2,327 reviews
Price from$119per night
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  • Lagniappe Lodge
    10.0
    Scored 10.0
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 1 review

    Located in the center of New Orleans, a 12-minute walk from Morial Convention Center, Lagniappe Lodge provides air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi.

  • 9BR-SLEEPS 19. Amazing Deal!!
    9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 10 reviews

    Located within 9 miles of Mercedes-Benz Superdome and 10 miles 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.

  • The Brakeman Hotel
    9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 35 reviews

    Attractively set in the Treme district of New Orleans, The Brakeman Hotel is located 1.2 miles from Union Station, a 19-minute walk from Mercedes-Benz Superdome and 1.8 miles from Morial Convention...

    Todo genial! Gregory fue super amable, un máquina!

  • 7BR- SLEEPS 15! Celebrity Villa! Great Rates!!
    9.1
    Scored 9.1
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 14 reviews

    Located within 9 miles of Mercedes-Benz Superdome and 10 miles of Union Station, 7BR- SLEEPS 15! Celebrity Villa! Great Rates!! has rooms in New Orleans.

    It was very spacious, nice and comfortable bedroom!

  • Residence Inn by Marriott New Orleans French Quarter Area/Cen B
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 413 reviews

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

    great facilities, clean and complete. perfect location

  • JW Marriott New Orleans
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 258 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!!

  • St Charles Coach House, Ascend Hotel Collection
    8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 546 reviews

    In a prime location, in the Lower Garden District, of New Orleans, St Charles Coach House, Ascend Hotel Collection is located 0.7 mi from Lafayette Cemetery, 1.5 mi from Morial Convention Center and 2...

    The staff is great they are very friendly and welcoming.

  • Hyatt House New Orleans Downtown
    8.8
    Scored 8.8
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 985 reviews

    Set in New Orleans in the Louisiana Region, 1312 feet from Superbowl 2013, Hyatt House New Orleans Downtown features a seasonal outdoor pool and fitness center.

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

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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, the Big Easy is the beating heart of the Deep South.

Dance down Bourbon Street, where jazz saxophones ring out of traditional bars mixed with more colorful nightlife and entertainment venues. 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 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 (downtown) skyscrapers and the Louisiana Superdome. Booking.com has several hotels nearby, including some on Canal Street, 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.

Learn more about visiting New Orleans
  • 481 attractions
  • 78 points of interest
  • 10 neighborhoods

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 of America
  • 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 of America
  • 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 of America
  • 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 of America
  • 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

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  • From $129.51 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 of America
  • From $170.36 per night
    8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 2,678 reviews
    Clean rooms, great location, and overall comfortable stay at the hotel. The staff was friendly and was quick to adjust or stay when necessary (for example, when one of our coworkers switched rooms because of an AC problem). The beds are comfortable, and the rooms are well equipped (safe, fridge, tea station, large TV, enough electricity sockets, etc.). The hotel is close to the touristy areas (French Quarter, Bourbon street), which was perfect for our stay. The pool, whilst facing the East side, was a nice extra!
    Yvemarie
    Netherlands
  • From $146.83 per night
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 284 reviews
    Going to a city like New Orleans we didn't want to stay in a Marriot or a Hilton. While there is nothing wrong with those hotels, we wanted something with a little more New Orleans "flavor" and we got that at the St. James. The hotel was a little understaffed (a problem facing a lot of businesses!), but the staff that was there was very friendly, helpful and professional. And the location of the hotel between the French Quarter and the Garden District was perfect for us. Overall, it was a wonderful place to stay.
    David
    United States of America
  • From $275.95 per night
    9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 95 reviews
    Spot was authentic. The hideaway was so perfect for a new orleans visit and stay. Kitchen washer and dryer spectacular to have The bed was comfy the space was awesome We had 2 adults and 6 kids and all were cozy and comfortable. Everything was near us French quarter burbon st etc Loyd was great We would love to stay here again and again or even own the property lol.. 5 stars and above was the best first time experience of new orleans for my kids .. thanks Loyd
    Joshua
    United States of America
  • From $162.52 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 1,914 reviews
    Amazing mattresses and the pillows are awesome...very comfy sleep! The location is great because it's on the fringe of the French Quarter -- we walked there and back -- and a quick cab ride to Garden District. Great restaurants are nearby (walking distance) as well. Love their Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwich tradition everyday between 4PM - 5PM. Charming and Old World hotel. When you walk in the lobby, it feels like you're in a European grand hotel.
    Lizabeth
    United States of America
  • 9.7
    Scored 9.7
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 276 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 $160.50 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 3,590 reviews
    Hotel was not as nice as I would have thought. Hardly no lobby. The room I was in took a second elevator. I felt kind of in a strange wing. Neighborhood seemed shady, but New Orleans French Quarter is like that easily in 1 block. The staff were very nice and helpful and overall it was OK but no amenities to speak of.
    Jeanie
    United States of America
  • From $126.86 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 941 reviews
    There is no breakfast facility but there is a great patisery over the road where queues form for breakfast so get there early. The hotel is quirky. The best bit for me was its' history as it is "the house of the rising sun". The street is quiet and a short walj to anywhere in the french quarter. I would go back.
    Karl
    United Kingdom
  • From $150.90 per night
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 854 reviews
    Everything was perfect: easy check in, friendly staff, a good breakfast option next door, comfy room, and of course the PERFECT location! Right in the French Quarter, Hotel Provincial is really a gem. The property has lots of charm and everybody was so welcoming. Highly recommended when visiting New Orleans.
    Pierre-François
    France
  • From $126.86 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 941 reviews
    location was on a nice quiet street in the French Quarter near everything, the room was comfortable and clean with room service each day, there was parking available but we didn't need it for our stay. The hotel staff was very friendly and accommodating.
    Joe
    United States of America
  • From $199.23 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 1,007 reviews
    Hotel de la Monnaie is a wonderful boutique hotel on the edge of the French Quarter of New Orleans. It has all the amenities we required and the suite we got was so much better than a typical hotel room. Really enjoyed our stay here!
    Robert
    United States of America
  • From $126.48 per night
    9.2
    Scored 9.2
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 1,801 reviews
    Great hotel offers parking which a lot of hotels don’t in New Orleans free breakfast and dinner walking distance to the French quarter cause you definitely don’t want to drive very clean and friendly staff
    Joseph
    United States of America
  • From $128.43 per night
    7.4
    Scored 7.4
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,712 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 of America
  • From $102.20 per night
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 927 reviews
    Beautiful New Orleans style mansion, great location quiet and nearby French Quarter. Friendly staff. Minimal breakfast available. (Coffee, fruits and cereals)
    Florent
    Belgium
  • From $146.83 per night
    7.7
    Scored 7.7
    Good
    Rated good
     · 284 reviews
    A cool vintage hotel in an building that has history that is in need of a few renovations to make it really nice. In a good area near French Quarter.
    Lisa
    United States of America
  • From $173.14 per night
    8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 881 reviews
    Great location for all the must see spots in New Orleans, right in the charming French Quarter. Very, very noisy though, sleep wasn’t an option!
    Melissa
    New Zealand
  • From $123.64 per night
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 76 reviews
    Staff here was very accommodating. By far the best feature of this hotel. Location was also good to access the French quarter/canal street.
    Heidi
    United States of America
  • 9.3
    Scored 9.3
    Wonderful
    Rated wonderful
     · 247 reviews
    The house has very French Quarter New Orleans vibes and it is walking distance to many places. The amenities in the room were also nice.
    Silvia_fly
    Sweden
  • From $206.58 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 899 reviews
    Super helpful staff, comfortable, great facilities, near to all the best spots in the Arts District, downtown and the French Quarter.
    Sally
    United Kingdom
  • From $160.50 per night
    8.0
    Scored 8.0
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 3,590 reviews
    Great location for exploring New Orleans, especially the French Quarter.
    Riehan
    South Africa

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