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New Orleans Hotels

Reviews and pictures of recommended New Orleans hotels and inns.
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Avenue Garden Hotel
Surrounding a small courtyard, this historic Garden District hotel is both charming and affordable.

Bienville House
Hand-painted murals and Old World furnishings in the lobby of this historic boutique hotel welcome guests.

Country Inn and Suites New Orleans
Seven historic buildings dating back to the 1860s were combined to create this elegant yet homey hotel.

Drury Inn and Suites New Orleans
Next to the St. Charles Street Car line, this conveniently located hotel offers plenty of extras at an affordable price.

Hilton New Orleans / St Charles Ave
Originally built in 1926 as a Masonic Temple and the second high-rise erected in the Central Business District, this recently renovated hotel is a showplace of exquisite woodwork and other artisan details.

Homewood Suites New Orleans
This value-priced all-suite hotel is designed for both short and extended stays.

Loews New Orleans Hotel
With sweeping views of the skyline, French Quarter and the Mississippi river, this high-rise hotel offers guests an overview of what the city has to offer.

Place D'Armes French Quarter
Set in eight historic townhouses near Jackson Square, this recently renovated property offers guests easy access to the French Quarter.

Quality Inn and Suites Downtown
Both conveniently located and value priced, this hotel offers guests complimentary deluxe Continental breakfast, coffee and tea in the lobby, and high-speed Internet access.

Renaissance Pere Marquette
Reviews of The Renaissance Pere Marquette, a jazz-themed hotel in an historic tower in downtown New Orleans.

Ritz-Carlton Maison Orleans
Housed within the restored downtown Maison Blanche building, this hotel within a hotel provides luxury and comfort, including 24-hour butler service.

Roosevelt Hotel New Orleans
This grand old hotel on the outskirts of the French Quarter was a Fairmont for many years. But New Orleans old-timers always knew it as the Roosevelt, originally named in 1923 in honor of President Theodore Roosevelt. In July 2009 Waldorf=Astoria started a new chapter in the hotel's history, opening it once again as the Roosevelt. Pictures of...

Staybridge Suites New Orleans
With high rise views of the city and French Quarter, this all-suite hotel balances sophistication with affordable rates.

Westin New Orleans Canal Place
Offering spectacular views of the Mississippi River, French Quarter, and downtown, this riverside hotel is convenient to shopping, gaming and other Crescent City entertainment.

Wyndham Riverfront
Conveniently located between Harrah's New Orleans Casino and the Ernest Morial Convention Center, this Warehouse District hotel makes life easy in the Big Easy.

Kid-Friendly New Orleans Hotels
New Orleans has a lot to offer families, from a world-class aquarium to an interactive children's museum. Grandparents and grandchildren can share in the National D-Day Museum together, and the Mississippi River is a sight to see for all ages. Here's a guide to New Orleans hotels that cater to kids and families.

Luxury Hotels in New Orleans, Louisiana
Pamper yourself in the heart of the French Quarter in the most luxurious hotels in New Orleans

Maps of New Orleans Hotels
New Orleans hotels maps of neighborhoods of interest to visitors (Uptown/Garden District, French Quarter, Downtown/CBD, and Warehouse/Arts District) with all the reviewed New Orleans hotels marked on the map. Landmarks and attractions are also shown.

Haunted New Orleans Hotels
If you don't mind sharing your hotel room with a permanent, ghostly guest, a stay in New Orleans could be your most memorable vacation experience yet.

What's the best Kid-Friendly New Orleans hotel?
Tell us what the best Kid-Friendly New Orleans hotel is, and see what others have said.

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