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- The Higgins Hotel New Orleans, Curio Collection by Hilton, The Brandywine by Sextant, and Sonesta ES Suites New Orleans Convention Center are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near The National WWII Museum. See the full list: Hotels near The National WWII Museum.
- Popular hotels close to French Quarter include Olivier House Hotel, Grenoble House, and Hotel St. Marie. See the full list: Hotels near French Quarter.
- Popular luxury hotels in New Orleans include Maison de la Luz, Virgin Hotels New Orleans, and The Windsor Court. See the full list: New Orleans Luxury Hotels.
- Popular hotels close to Louis Armstrong Intl Airport include New Orleans Airport Hotel, Comfort Inn & Suites New Orleans Airport North, and Best Western Plus New Orleans Airport Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Louis Armstrong Intl Airport.
- A few of the most popular hotels near Jackson Square are Olivier House Hotel, Hotel St. Marie, and Place d'Armes Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Jackson Square.
- Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in New Orleans are Maison de la Luz, The Windsor Court, and Drury Plaza Hotel New Orleans. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in New Orleans.
- Popular cheap hotels in New Orleans include Olivier House Hotel, Grenoble House, and Drury Plaza Hotel New Orleans. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in New Orleans.
- The Windsor Court, Hotel Monteleone, and Cambria Hotel New Orleans Downtown Warehouse District have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in New Orleans. See the full list: Spa Hotels in New Orleans.
- Popular New Orleans neighbourhoods with hotels include Warehouse/Central Business District, Central Business District, and French Quarter.
- Maison de la Luz, Olivier House Hotel, and New Orleans Marriott Warehouse Arts District all received great reviews from families travelling in New Orleans. See the full list: Family Hotels New Orleans.
- Maison de la Luz, Olivier House Hotel, and Henry Howard Hotel received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in New Orleans. See the full list: Romantic Hotels New Orleans.
Hotels in popular neighbourhoods
- Warehouse/Central Business DistrictRead more
- Central Business DistrictCompared to the more evocative monikers of some other parts of New Orleans, the downtown’s humdrum title might suggest that this area is all about business and little else. But don’t let the bland name keep you away from the Central Business District. The CBD offers a wide range of fun things to do that would be touted as exceptional in less jubilant corners of the world. Bordered by the French Quarter, the Arts District and Tremé, with the river at its eastern extreme, this hub for sports, gaming, shopping, theatre, family-friendly activities, and amazing regional cuisine makes a smart base wherever your interests lie.Read more
- French QuarterA small and teeming network of laissez-faire living lounged out on the balmy banks of the Mighty Mississippi, the French Quarter has long been a port of call for folks in search of a good time and a great story. Perpetually inebriated Bourbon Street runs across its midriff like a strand of cheap ribbon tied around an otherwise rather pretty and impressively well-kept vintage dress. Throughout the rest of the Quarter, brightly colored Victorian homes and businesses, famously done up with wrought-iron features, provide a distinct and immediately recognizable backdrop for all varieties of fun. At any given moment in this historic riverside setting, some of America’s finest meals are being cooked, most potent cocktails are being mixed, and most engaging music is being performed.Read more
- Central City-Garden DistrictRead more
Hotels near the sights
- Frenchmen StreetThis popular stretch is the go-to spot for the best live music venues in the city—the Faubourg Marigny area is particularly popular.Read more
- Jackson SquareThis historic landmark in the French Quarter is the cultural center of the city, home to a vibrant and bustling open-air artist colony.Read more
- French QuarterA must-see for its high energy and rich history, the French Quarter is New Orleans’ heart and cultural center. Enjoy the lively atmosphere amid magnificent colonial architecture and skilled street performers—and don’t miss the finest galleries in the city and landmarks like the sumptuous St. Louis Cathedral. Linger around till after dark to jam to live jazz in one of the district’s renowned clubs. For a full experience, you can join a food, haunted or jazz tour from a knowledgeable local guide. Book your visit between February and early March to attend the raucous street parties of Mardi Gras. – TripadvisorRead more
- Immaculate Conception ChurchRead more
- Hermann-Grima HouseThis restored French Quarter home built in 1831, includes a Federalist architectural façade, original operating open-hearth kitchen, urban slave quarters, and expansive courtyard. The Urban Enslavement Tour at Hermann-Grima House, looks at the experiences of those who were enslaved in an urban setting, how that differed from those enslaved in rural settings, and how the contributions of people of African descent have shaped New Orleans. Condé Nast Traveler voted it one of the best tours in New Orleans and the only tour listed from a museum. We believe that nothing tells a story like a home. In addition, the property’s 19th-century carriage house is home to the The Exchange Shop, originally founded in the 1881 by The Woman’s Exchange and one of the oldest women-led non-profits in the South.Read more
- Longue Vue House and GardensLongue Vue House and Gardens is a multifaceted historic estate featuring a world-class house museum and eight acres of stunning gardens that include an interactive Discovery Garden for children of all ages. From art to architecture, gardens to gift shop, there's something for everyone to enjoy at Longue Vue. Longue Vue is open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. The last house tour is at 4 p.m. Tours start at $12.00 for the day. Discounts for groups, seniors, and children are available.Read more
- St. Louis CathedralDating all the way back to 1727, this historic church is the oldest continuously active cathedral in the U.S. It overlooks Jackson Square in the French Quarter.Read more
- St. Augustine ChurchRead more
- Garden DistrictOnce favored by America's elite, this iconic neighborhood is home to grand historic mansions, quirky indie boutiques, and beautifully cultivated gardens.Read more
- Lake Lawn MetairieThis final resting place is home to some exotic tombs, such as a pyramid-and-Sphinx mausoleum.Read more
For most of the year, New Orleans is hot and muggy. In the summer, the temperature is often well into the 90s and it can be difficult to escape the humidity outside of retreating to your hotel's swimming pool, if it's got one. If you don't mind the heat and humidity, summer is a good time to grab some hotel bargains.
There is a short winter in New Orleans, although it doesn't get particularly cold. Some days in February you may find yourself walking around in shirt sleeves. On the other hand, one of the city's best known ghost stories involves a woman who froze to death outside one January night. So don't show up in winter time dressed for the tropics.
The weather is very nice in the spring in New Orleans, although Mardi Gras is something to factor into your travel plans. Another factor to consider is the hurricane season that runs through late summer and early fall. This is one of those parts of the country where more often than not, there is warm or hot sunshine. But when it rains, it can rain hard. Before the levees failed in 2005, even a heavy pounding day-long rainstorm would be enough to fill some parts of the city with knee-deep water.