As a guest of one of our Holiday Inn Express® New Orleans hotels, you'll enjoy the rich history, great music and diverse culture and cuisine of Louisiana's most celebrated city.
Hop on the St. Charles Avenue streetcar and tour the beautiful Southern mansions of the Garden District or spend the day - if not your entire New Orleans hotel stay - wandering the charming streets of the French Quarter. There's art and antiques on Royal Street, trendy boutiques and gift shops on Magazine Street and lively street performers and musicians in Jackson Square. Enjoy a cup of chicory coffee and fresh beignets on the patio of Café Du Monde or duck into one of the Quarter's seemingly hole-in-the-wall restaurants for authentic Creole gumbo and spicy jambalaya. Bourbon Street can be a bit of a tourist trap during the day, but once the sun goes down, New Orleans' famous party district earns its reputation.
Enjoy sugary-sweet rum hurricanes and authentic New Orleans jazz as you dance the night away in Bourbon's legendary bars and clubs.
If you're willing to venture out of the city center during your stay at our New Orleans hotels, stop by one of the above-ground cemeteries. St. Louis is the oldest (dating back to 1789), and its hauntingly beautiful tombs have been featured in major Hollywood movies and works of fiction. Tour groups are your best and safest bet here; although, carriage tours of the cemetery can be a real treat. New Orleans carriage drivers are all certified tour guides, and their knowledge of the city's history and culture, as well as their local flavor and spin are far better than any travel book.
Of course, this is only a sampling of what the Big Easy has to offer our New Orleans hotel guests. Time your visit during Mardi Gras or Jazz Fest to experience the lavish and boisterous festivals that make this city so special.
The location is fantastic and the staff was very helpful and friendly. The room was very small and bleak. The doorway into the bathroom was incomplete and unpainted. There was no shower curtain as[More] well.[Less]
This hotel is conveniently located to public transportation and within walking distance to many attractions and restaurants. Rooms need updating and some sound proofing would be good - you can hear[More] everything going on in the hall. Don't bring any valuables you want to lock up as none of the safes work per hotel staff. Breakfast was decent nothing special but included with your room.[Less]
We have stayed at this hotel on two occasions 4+ days and have found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. The only two downsides are the size of the bathroom, very small and the parking cost[More] is a bit extreme.[Less]
Loved the front desk and the bed ...
Front desk and staff was polite and extremely helpful ... the location and facilities were great (gym, pool, parking) ... rooms need update, including the balcony ... only half of the elevators were[More] working[Less]
10 star rating
Comfortable bed and great service and a very good breakfast and a nice coffee shop where I hade a delicious cup of coffee.[Less]
This hotel was awesome! Clean, spacious rooms and in walking distance to bourbon street! Also, great pool area!!![Less]
Excellent Location, Friendly Staff & Clean Hotel
By Chris L
This hotel is in a great location far away from any of the riff raff of some New Orleans neighborhoods. It's close to the french quarter and the casino.[Less]
Great property in awesome location
Check in process was great and an ease, the stay was accommodating. Only critique would be to offer late check out beyond 11;30am. Front desk staff was friendly beyond that. Thanks for the[More] stay!!!!!!!![Less]
Good location. Not in French Quarter. New hotel. Inexperienced and hostile staff.
Good location. Not in French Quarter as the name suggests. Very close though and actually I try not to stay in the Quarter when I visit NOLA. A new hotel. Inexperienced staff, not well trained and[More] some were outright hostile. The last time I visited NOLA I stayed at the Kimpton Hotel Fontenot, not far away and which has very well trained and experienced staff. I suggest the Hotel Indigo take heed and re-examine their staffing.[Less]