The JW Marriott New Orleans is located on historic Canal Street in the French Quarter. It has a large outdoor pool with sun-lounger terrace, and a steakhouse restaurant.
In the heart of central New Orleans, seconds from Morial Convention Center and major area attractions, this hotel offers many of today's modern conven...
Just a half mile from the French Quarter, this centrally located New Orleans hotel features a spa and fitness centre. Its modern rooms offer a flat-screen cable TV.
This hotel has rooms with cable TV, an outdoor pool and a well-equipped fitness centre. Services include dry cleaning and 2 concierge levels.
Combining the historic charm of 1920's New Orleans with today's modern conveniences, this elegant hotel is located in the heart of the city, steps fro...
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is a 13-minute walk from this historic, elegant Le Pavillon Hotel in the French Quarter.
Placed in the Uptown/Garden District of New Orleans, only 3 blocks from St.
This 4-star hotel in New Orleans is a 15-minute walk to Jackson Square.
Steps from Harrah's Casino and the Warehouse District, this hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana offers an outdoor rooftop pool and a variety of on-site fo...
New Orleans Hotel
Louisiana is a state with its own special identity and charm, and it is here that one of the world's most unusual, colorful, and culturally influential cities is found. New Orleans, LA is a place unlike any other, and is one of America's most exotic destinations.
New Orleans is a city with French origins, and today the French Quarter retains much of the charm and heritage that gave birth to the magical spirit of the place. People flock to the city from all over the world for a variety reasons, and few leave without a feeling of warmth for the people. In fact, it has been voted one of the friendliest places in the United States, as well as one of its greatest food and music hotspots. Perhaps the local hospitality is part of the reason why New Orleans is such a special place. It is also the perfect base from which to explore the many pleasures and distractions the city offers.
All jazz lovers know of its role in the birth of jazz, with the much celebrated trumpeter Louis Armstrong still revered in every quarter of the city, including in the park named for him. The local Jazz Festival is one of the world's biggest, and offers jazz as well as some of the greatest folk, blues, and calypso bands and artists as part of its yearly list of performers. Those who have heard of this famous place will undoubtedly know of its most famous street, Bourbon Street. An area filled with clubs, restaurants and bars, it is considered one of the liveliest stretches of nightlife in the world. Guests staying on Bourbon Street can expect an experience filled with fun, good food and better music. Even some of the big franchise names of the hospitality industry that have establishments in the city have eschewed their otherwise contemporary design ethos to retain the local charm, much of which dates from the Spanish era of the region. A great experience if staying in a suite here is throwing open those French shutters on a humid Louisiana night and listening to the many revelers and musicians on Bourbon Street who dance and play well into the morning.
Those looking to experience the French Quarter at its most vibrant will certainly visit during either Mardi Gras or the Jazz Festival. If you're visiting when these are on and you hope to stay in prime locations on or close to Bourbon Street, it's best to book in advance, since these are the busiest times of year for a place that is generally always quite busy.
Although a significant number of the people who come to the city are in search of its famous nightlife, music and food, others come because it is a city of education and business. Not every New Orleans hotel is geared towards tourism, and many have rooms specifically tailored to business guests.
One of the great pleasures of staying in a New Orleans hotel is being able to enjoy some of the local cuisine. A place that celebrates food as much as music and the good life, you will find menus of southern dishes at their class-beating best, with more than a dash of Cajun cookery thrown in to feed any desire for something nourishing and spicy.
Guests who are looking for the contemporary will also find something to suit their tastes. A city of new developments, especially as you get out of the famous heritage areas, you can expect modern rooms with every kind of technology for both business and leisure needs. These places are ideal for corporate and business guests, especially if they are planning on having meetings or holding a function. Additionally, guests of these establishments, be they on business or leisure, will have the vibrant heritage areas close by while being able to escape the convivial revelers who often carry on into the morning. Amenities like gyms and spas can also be found in the better establishments, where anything from personal trainers and saunas to dedicated treatments rooms are also characteristically found.
No matter why you find yourself visiting America's most unique city, be it to discover the birthplace of jazz and blues, or simply to base yourself in the Louisiana Bayou to explore the flora and fauna, one of the local lodgings will be able to surpass your expectations and provide an experience of hospitality that is worthy of the legend. From the Carnival to an evening of Bourbon Street blues, there are few warmer and wilder places in the United States.