Hotels in New Orleans, Louisiana
The Historic French Market Inn, New Orleans
Centrally located, walk to attractions
In the center of the historic French Quarter, the French Market Inn is located on the banks of the Mississippi River. You'll be within walking distance of New Orleans' most famous attractions, including Bourbon Street, Jackson Square and the French Market. If you're up for a little gaming, Harrah's New Orleans Casino is just a few blocks away. Enjoy the peaceful gardens around a quaint stone paved courtyard.
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Come to New Orleans for the jazz music, the Cajun food and the riverboats of fun on the Mississippi! New Orleans bed and breakfast inns offer a homey place to stay while you explore this historic city. Experience the Southern charm of Spanish moss hanging from the oak trees in the neighborhoods throughout the city. If you want to be right downtown with easy access to Bourbon Street and the waterfront, Dunhill Travel Deals also has you covered. Hotels in New Orleans range from ultimate luxury with southern-style charm to affordable comfort on the trolley line. Check out our current deals on hotels in New Orleans.
Lamothe House Hotel, New Orleans
- Set among the oaks on Esplanade Ave.
- Walk to local music and cuisine
- 1 and 2-BR suites, courtyard & pool
Royal Sonesta Hotel, New Orleans
- Newly renovated rooms and ballroom
- Eateries onsite serving cajun and creole
- Five bars and Jazz Playhouse, live music
Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans Luxury Hotel
- Historic hotel in the French Quarter
- Fine dining with extensive wine list
- Carousel Bar & Lounge - with a carousel
Omni Royal Orleans
- Elegant, historic French Quarter hotel
- Wrought iron balconies
- Rib Room – Rotisserie Extraordinaire
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What to do in New Orleans
New Orleans is one of the most unique cities in America. With a mix of French, African-American, Creole, Caribbean, Haitian, Vietnamese, German, and Irish cultures, it's the quintessential melting pot. Whether you stay in the French Quarter or the Central Business District, New Orleans hotels have a little something to offer everyone.
People come to New Orleans for a variety of reasons, but Mardi Gras is often at the top of the list. This massive party celebrates the two weeks leading up to Ash Wednesday, culminating in what’s known as Fat Tuesday. This adults-only event attracts millions of participants and features parades, live music, and liquor. If that sounds like your idea of a good time, browse Dunhill Travel Deals’ list of cheap hotels in New Orleans, so you can save money for the festivities.
Food is perhaps second on the list of reasons that people visit New Orleans. Creole is the most popular type of cuisine here. Most Cajun dishes feature the so-called holy trinity of ingredients – onion, bell pepper, and celery. With influences from Italy, Eastern Europe, and Latin America, New Orleans’ cuisine is truly original. Many dishes include seafood, such as oysters or crawfish. Be sure to try local specialties, such as the po’ boy sandwich and gumbo.
If sightseeing is more your game, spend your time in the French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in the city. It features a number of restaurants, museums, music clubs, antique shops, and bars. Stroll down infamous Bourbon Street to admire the Mississippi River. Better yet, take a streetcar to study Victorian mansions and colonial French and Spanish architecture. Some of the best New Orleans hotels are located in this area, meaning you'll be close to major southeastern United States attractions.
Sports fans might appreciate the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, which is located in the Central Business District. This area is also home to the National WWII Museum, the Louisiana Children's Museum, and the Warehouse District. And it’s near the French Quarter, which makes it easy to find New Orleans hotels that are close to everything you want to see.
The best way to find New Orleans hotel deals is to browse Dunhill Travel Deals’ website. We can help you find lodging in any part of town, whether you want to be near the Audubon Zoo or the St. Louis Cathedral.