New Orleans is a world unto itself, where delicious food, Mardi Gras
revelry and inimitable music are all part of the city’s traditions and
character. It’s difficult to avoid falling for its lovely European
architecture, and the city’s sights and sounds mingle to create a powerful
experience no vacationer is likely to forget. New Orleans’ subtropical
climate means you can expect fairly warm weather, and remember that summer
is the city's wettest season, so pack an umbrella. Things to See This eclectic Southern city will undoubtedly satisfy your taste buds with
delicious Cajun and Creole cuisine, but it will also delight your other
senses. If you're craving a party, you won’t have to wait until Mardi Gras
to visit. You can wander down Bourbon Street any day of the week to take in
New Orleans' outstanding nightlife. Mellow out with the blues at Funky
Pirate, ride the mechanical bull at Bourbon Cowboy or put on a karaoke show
at Cat's Meow. If you still want more of New Orleans' music scene, head
over to Frenchmen Street to hear authentic local jazz at landmarks like
Snug Harbor. New Orleans has more than just nightclubs to keep you enthralled. Jackson
Square, located in the French Quarter, is a necessary stop for history
buffs. Gaze at the Cabildo, the building where the Louisiana Purchase
changed the nation forever, and admire the St. Louis Cathedral before
meandering through the Presbytère’s Mardi Gras exhibit. If you’re traveling
with children, City Park has hundreds of acres of open green space. Storyland and Carousel Gardens Amusement Park are sure to please the
youngest members of your group. Hotels in New Orleans No matter your traveling circumstances, it’s a safe bet that you will find
accommodation among the many hotels in New Orleans. If you're all about
exploring and don't mind if your hotel doesn't offer a lot of luxurious
details, we have a variety of clean, simple and inviting hotels. On the
other hand, there are plenty options if you want to indulge; some of our
hotels offer stellar views of the river, while others put you right in the
heart of the action. Before booking a place to stay, it may be helpful to
jot down exactly what you want from your hotel so you will be able to find
a place that fits your needs and budget. Where to Stay New Orleans' famous French Quarter offers much to visitors, and staying in
the area puts you within walking distance of top attractions, which is a
bonus since parking in the neighborhood can be tricky. If you want more serene surroundings, Marigny is a quiet residential
neighborhood near the French Quarter with plenty of things to do. Mid-City
is another low-key area with lovely green spaces and easy access to
downtown. You might also want to look beyond New Orleans' borders for a place to
stay. Some nearby hotels might offer lower rates, and if you're renting a
car, you can still experience the city's charm with ease.
The bed and room ambiance were so good that i could sleep like a baby.I was completly relaxed after the sleep.That was after long 21 Hours flight.Had a nice shower and dinner ,again relaxed.At[More] morning 3 AM I was ready for my travel to the unit ,fresh and relaxed.It was a good experience alltogether.[Less]
No French Toast?
Nice hotel. I was hoping to get my favorite for breakfast.. french toast. But no.. apparantly not on the breakfast menu. Oh well. The servers were outstanding.
Extremely comfortable bed and[More] linens. Slept very well.
Not a big selection of HG channels.. disappointing.
Room was clean except for some crumbs on a chair.
AC worked really well.
I was upgraded to a suite.. thanks!!
Overall.. a good hotel, but the restaurant is not the best.
Easy access to airport.
This was my second stay at this place.. both times have been good experience.[Less]
The chair in the room is far to close to the floor. One of a normal height should be in the room.[Less]
Great and helpful staff
My wife and I had a great stay at this hotel.The staff was friendly and helpful.I would recommend this hotel to anyone.The breakfast staff was helpful and kept the breakfast area clean and well[More] stocked with food. our rooms were very comfortable and airy,we had a room that overlooked the parking lot,it was a great view.[Less]
One of the friendliest staffs I've encountered. The hotel was very clean and comfortable.[Less]
outstanding staff and facility
The people of New Orleans are great and go out of their way to ensure that the guest know about the fun things to do while visiting the city.[Less]
A Welcome Stay!
By Starchy Brat
Greeted by everyone at this hotel. Very, very friendly staff. Loved their local accents (I'm from Canada!). Parking was superb and I never felt troubled about leaving my car for the day or evening.[More] Location is terrific as well - walking distance to Bourbon Street in the French Quarter where much of the music awaits![Less]
Good place to stay in New Orleans
Nice property, attentive staff. Breakfast options could be better, but not horrible.
Parking is expensive, but a lot better than other hotels in New Orleans. Still better off parking in the[More] Premium Parking lot across the street.[Less]
From the time we checked in to the time we checked out, everyone was friendly and willing to help[Less]