Hotels in New Orleans

Hotels in New Orleans offer outstanding accommodations in a city nicknamed “The Big Easy”, so-named for its laid-back, easy-going way of life. Pronounced “New OR-lins” or “New AHL-lee-ins” by locals, New Orleans is known for its unique dialect, its Creole cuisine, its jazz music and its world-renowned celebrations such as Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday. If you’re looking for live music, then Frenchmen Street is the place to be. If you’re planning on attending Mardi Gras, you should try and book your hotel at least 8 months in advance, and most hotels require a 4 to 5 day minimum stay during this time of year. Some rules to follow during Mardi Gras are to keep coolers and grills at least 6 feet from the curb and to keep alcoholic beverages in cans or cups. Glass bottles are not allowed and flashing, as well as public urination, can get you arrested. Be sure to arrive at least 4 hours early for Mardi Gras and remember that the general public’s vehicles are prohibited within the French Quarter during this time. Hotels in New Orleans are some of the most exciting to consider in all of the southern United States. Before we get you to hotels in New Orleans, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Founded in 1718 by the French Mississippi Company, New Orleans was named after Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, Regent of the Kingdom of France.  Like with many frontier cities, French colonists faced adversity by way of Native American attacks. The Natchez Revolt of 1729 accounted for 230 colonist deaths. Following the Seven Years’ War, France ceded the area to the Spanish Empire. Ironically, French Quarter architecture was built by the Spanish during the 18th-century. During the American Revolutionary War, New Orleans became an important port for smuggling aid to the rebels. Military equipment and supplies were transported up the Mississippi River. The term “Dixie”, as applied to currency, originated in the city. After the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, New Orleans became a United States city and expanded rapidly. By 1810, over half a million slaves had been brought to the area, which fueled the Confederate economy. Collectively, slaves were valued at around half a billion dollars. Population doubled in the 1930s, with Anglo-Americans, German and Irish immigrants settling in. Just prior to the American Civil War, New Orleans had per capita income that ranked second in the nation, as well as the third busiest port behind Boston and New York. The capture of New Orleans in 1862, which resulted in zero casualties, proved to be a turning point in the Civil War, as it gave the Union Army the strategic positioning and momentum needed to take control of the Mississippi River.

New Orleans, with a population of around 350,000 people, benefits from short, mild winters, while summers are hot and humid. A major worldly port with southern local charm, New Orleans harbors both tanker ships and steamboats. The city is well-known for its Mardi Gras Festival, which takes place in late-February. The New Orleans Saints play at Caesars Superdome, which has hosted seven Super Bowls. Major points of interest include French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Central Business District, St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans Museum of Art, Café du Monde, Tulane University and University of New Orleans. A major draw is cuisine, with popular food items including gumbo, jambalaya, crawfish etouffee, po-boys, which is a traditional Louisiana sandwich consisting of roast beef or fried seafood, muffuletta, or a type of round Sicilian sesame bread sandwich, beignets, a deep-fried choux pastry and bananas foster, a dessert made from bananas and vanilla ice cream. Popular New Orleans drinks include Brandy Milk Punch, Vieux Carre, Sazerac and French 75. Now that we have a little background information on the city, it’s time for hotels in New Orleans that will help make for a memorable experience.




Drury Plaza Hotel

820 Poydras Street

Hotels in New Orleans

Lafayette Square

Drury Plaza Hotel features an outdoor swimming pool, a whirlpool, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, a 24-hour fitness center, a business center, same-day dry cleaning and complimentary breakfast. Juan’s Flying Burrito (Mexican restaurant), Daisy Mae’s® Southern Fried Chicken & Breakfast (breakfast restaurant), Reginelli’s Pizzeria (pizza restaurant), Johnny Sánchez (Mexican restaurant), Vegan Wit’ a Twist (restaurant), The Civic Theatre (event venue), Southern Costume Company (costume rental service), Maypop (Contemporary Louisiana restaurant), CellarDoor (Southern restaurant), Sorella5 (seafood restaurant), Bar Marilou (bar), Lafayette Square (park), Ochsner Fitness Center (gym), The Simple Greek (Mediterranean restaurant), Café Bon Ami (coffee shop), Olive (restaurant), Voodoo Two (cocktail bar), The Antidote Juice (juice shop), Clue Carré (escape room center), Victory (bar), P & G Restaurant, tM breads and pastries (bakery) and more are in the area.

This location is 0.1 miles from McDonogh Monument, 0.2 miles from Lafayette Square, Clay Monument and Franklin Monument, 0.3 miles from Louisiana Maritime Museum, 0.4 miles from Louisiana Children’s Museum, Ogden Museum of Southern Art and Harrah’s Casino, 0.6 miles from Old Absinthe House and Bourbon Street, 10.6 miles from Rivertown, 11.7 miles from Treasure Chest Casino and 11.4 miles from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (king suite – spa bath): $282

Cost per person (four people): $70




Cambria Hotel

632 Tchoupitoulas Street

Hotels in New Orleans

Franklin Monument

With free WiFi, Acca Kappa toiletries, flat-screen TVs, in-room safes,  a meeting space, a fitness center, a restaurant, a bar and a 24-hour reception desk, Cambia Hotel is found near Vic’s Kangaroo Cafe (bar), W.I.N.O. (wine bar), Nola Bliss Massage, Briquette (seafood restaurant), The District Lounge (bar), Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant, Vyoone’s (French restaurant), Salon Society (hair salon), Meril (new American restaurant), St James Cheese Company (American restaurant), Revelator Coffee Company (coffee shop), Escape My Room (escape room center) and more.

From here Louisiana Children’s Museum is 0.1 miles, Franklin Monument, Clay Monument, Lafayette Square, Harrah’s Casino, Riverwalk Marketplace Shopping Center and McDonogh Monument are 0.2 miles, Spanish Plaza, National World War II Museum and New Orleans Riverwalk Shopping Center are 0.3 miles, Union Station and Bourbon Street are 0.7 miles, Caesars Superdome and St Louis Cemetery No 1 are 0.9 miles, Lafayette Cemetery is 1.6 miles, Esplanade Mall Shopping Center is 12 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 11.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $305




Hotel Peter and Paul

2317 Burgundy Street

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Washington Square

Hotel Peter and Paul offers a fitness center, a bar, city views, a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, a shared lounge, free WiFi, newspapers, an ATM, desks, hairdryers, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, seating areas, an a la carte American breakfast and a terrace. Near here you’ll find The Elysian Bar (cafe), The Fortress of Lushington (performing arts theater), Robért Fresh Market (supermarket), The AllWays Lounge & Cabaret (lounge), The Theatre at St. Claude (performing arts theater), Crescent City Cat Club (visitor center), Bao & Noodle (Chinese restaurant), Simply CBD: Hemp Wellness Dispensary (hemp store), Who Dat Coffee Cafe (breakfast restaurant), The John (bar) and more.

From here Washington Square is 0.2 miles, Frenchmen Street, French Market and The Maison are 0.3 miles, New Orleans Mint is 0.4 miles, New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park is 0.5 miles, Preservation Hall, Cafe Lafitte in Exile and French Quarter Visitor Center are 0.7 miles, Claiborne Circle (historical) is 0.8 miles, Bourbon Street is 1 mile, St Louis Cemetery No 1 is 1.1 miles, Caesars Superdome is 1.9 miles, Rivertown is 11.5 miles, Treasure Chest Casino is 12.1 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 12.1 miles.

Approximate cost per night (school house grande loft): $315

Cost per person (four people): $78




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The Higgins Hotel

1000 Magazine Street

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National World War II Museum

The Higgins Hotel provides a restaurant, private parking, a fitness center, a bar, a 24-hour front desk, room service, free WiFi, concierge service, luggage storage, wardrobes, desks, flat-screen TVs and à la carte or American breakfast. Forbes Theater (event venue), Solomon Victory Theater (historical movie theater), BB’s Stage Door Canteen (performing arts theater), Nesbit’s Market (grocery store), The National WWII Museum, Confederate Memorial Hall Museum (war museum), Ogden Museum of Southern Art (art museum), Contemporary Arts Center (art center), La Boca Steakhouse, New Orleans Auction Galleries (auction house), The Howlin’ Wolf (live music venue), Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken (chicken restaurant), Diamond Street (bar & grill), Corporation Bar & Grill, Generations Hall (event venue), ANNUNCIATION (Creole restaurant), Cochon RESTAURANT (cajun restaurant), Rye & Pie Pizza Bar, La Rouge Nails Studio (nail salon) and more are within range.

You may find National World War II Museum and Ogden Museum of Southern Art 0.1 miles, Margaret Statue and Louisiana Children’s Museum 0.2 miles, Franklin Monument, Clay Monument, Lafayette Square and McDonogh Monument are 0.4 miles, Coliseum Square and Port of New Orleans are 0.5 miles, Union Station is 0.6 miles, Caesars Superdome is 0.9 miles, Audubon Nature Institute is 3.8 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 11.8 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night: $267




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R&B Award Winning B&B

726 Frenchmen Street

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The Maison

With crystal chandeliers, elegant furnishings, free WiFi, brightly-colored walls, unique artwork, floral accents, hardwood flooring, brick-lined walls, a shared lounge, a games room, an outdoor terrace, a snack bar, BBQ facilities and free parking, R&B Award Winning B&B is close to HORN’S EATERY (breakfast restaurant), Royal Sushi & Bar (sushi restaurant), Where Y’Art (art gallery), Marigny Brasserie (American restaurant), Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro (jazz club), Frenchmen St (notable street), The Spotted Cat Music Club (live music bar), d.b.a. (live music bar), Adolfo’s (Italian restaurant), Electric Ladyland Tattoo (tattoo shop), Frenchmen Art & Books (book store), Dat Dog (hot dog restaurant), Blue Dream (vintage clothing store), Three Muses (live music bar), Favela Chic (live music bar), Bamboula’s (Southern restaurant), 13 (bar & grill), 30°/-90° (live music bar), The Maison (live music venue), Downtown Tattoos and Piercing (tattoo and piercing shop), Brieux Carré Brewing Co. (brewery), Torshi (Mediterranean restaurant), Louisiana Music Factory (record store), Vaso (night club), Check Point Charlie (cocktail bar), The Yard on Frenchmen (bar & grill), Dragon’s Den (live music bar), BMC Balcony Music Club (live music bar), New Orleans Jazz Museum, Paladar 511 (Italian restaurant), Grande Krewe Fine Wine and Spirits (wine store), Marigny Studios (recording studio), The Friendly Bar (bar), Crescent City Conjure (spiritual goods store), SukhoThai (Thai restaurant), Rocket Science Salon (beauty salon) and more.

Washington Square is within feet, Frenchmen Street is 0.1 miles, The Maison is 0.2 miles, New Orleans Mint and French Market are 0.3 miles, New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park is 0.4 miles, Preservation Hall and Cafe Lafitte in Exile are 0.5 miles, French Quarter Visitor Center and Cafe Du Monde are 0.6 miles, Bourbon Street is 0.8 miles, Caesars Superdome is 1.7 miles, Audubon Nature Institute is 5.2 miles, Rivertown is 11.3 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 12 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (five-bedroom house): $1,312

Cost per person (nine people): $145







Auld Sweet Olive Bed and Breakfast

2460 North Rampart Street

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Frenchmen Street

Featuring free WiFi, tree-themed designs, a parlor, a common courtyard, a front porch, a library and complimentary street parking and breakfast, Auld Sweet Olive Bed and Breakfast is found close to Marie’s Bar and Kitchen, New Orleans Food Co-Op (grocery store), Cafe Istanbul (bar), New Orleans Healing Center (business center), Piety Street Market (flea market), Island of Salvation Botanica (metaphysical supply store), New Orleans Boulder Lounge (rock climbing), Shank Charcuterie (restaurant), Artisan Bar and Cafe (bar) and more.

You’ll find Washington Square 0.3 miles, Frenchmen Street and French Market 0.4 miles, The Maison and New Orleans Mint 0.5 miles, New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park and Bywater Historic District 0.7 miles, Preservation Hall and Claiborne Circle (historical) 0.8 miles, Cafe Lafitte in Exile 0.9 miles, Bourbon Street New Orleans 1.1 miles, Lafayette Cemetery 3.3 miles, Rivertown 11.6 miles, Esplanade Mall Shopping Center 12.3 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport 12.3 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night (king suite): $198

Cost per person (three people): $66





Audubon Cottages

415 Dauphine Street

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Bourbon Street

Audubon Cottages has private or semi-private courtyards, butler service, modern décor, elegant furnishings, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, complimentary beverages, free WiFi, a heated saltwater pool, a spa, a fitness center and a continental breakfast. It’s close to Compak (tobacco shop), Xiques Mansion (historical landmark), Fahy’s Irish Pub, Bourbon Vieux (event venue), Big Easy Daiquiris (bar), The Starlight (live music bar), B Mac’s (bar), Bourbon Bandstand (bar), Hermann-Grima House (history museum), Bayona (fine dining restaurant), Crossing (bar), Vieux Carre Pizza, The Historic New Orleans Collection (history museum), Trashy Diva Clothing Boutique (women’s clothing store), Scene By Rhys Fine Art (art gallery), Mickey Nolan Salon (beauty salon), The Dungeon (bar), Toulouse Dive Bar, Funky 544 (night club), Ra Shop #11 French Quarter (tobacco shop), Tropical Isle’s Bayou Club (bar), Diamond Eyez Nola (body piercing shop), Spirits on Bourbon Street (bar), Court Liquors (bar), Pat O’Brien’s (Irish pub), Preservation Hall (live music venue), Ali Baba Gyros (Mediterranean restaurant), Fat Tuesday (bar), Maison Bourbon (bar), Vacherie (cajun restaurant), Toulouse House Grocery (grocery store) and more.

This prime spot is 0.1 miles from Bourbon Street, New Orleans Jazz Museum, Old Absinthe House and Pat O’Briens, 0.2 miles from Louisiana Wildlife Museum, Confederate Memorial Hall and St Louis Cemetery No 1, 0.3 miles from The Paraplex Annex, Vieux Carre Historic District, Shops at Jax Brewery Shopping Center and Louisiana Maritime Museum, 0.4 miles from Louis Armstrong Park, 0.9 miles from Caesars Superdome and Union Station, 2.2 miles from Lafayette Cemetery, 11.6 miles from Esplanade Mall Shopping Center and Treasure Chest Casino and 11.5 miles from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom cottage): $648

Cost per person (four people): $162



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The Brandywine I Sextant

888 Baronne Street

Hotels in New Orleans

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Providing an outdoor pool, a fitness center, a 24-hour front desk, free WiFi, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, fully-equipped kitchens, laundry service, business facilities, a terrace and a shared lounge, The Brandywine I Sextant is in the vicinity of NOLA Caye (restaurant), G’s Pizza (pizza restaurant), Keife & Co. (wine store), Iron Tribe Fitness (gym), South Market Pub & Grill (bar & grill), Bearcat Cafe (restaurant), F45 Training (gym), Paulie Gee’s Crescent City Slice Shop (pizza restaurant), Main Squeeze Juice Co. (juice shop), Mammoth Espresso (coffee shop) and more are within range.

You’ll find Ogden Museum of Southern Art 0.2 miles, National World War II Museum, McDonogh Monument, Lafayette Square, Clay Monument, Margaret Statue and Franklin Monument 0.3 miles, Louisiana Children’s Museum 0.4 miles, Smoothie King Center 0.5 miles, Caesars Superdome 0.6 miles, Bourbon Street 0.9 miles, Uptown New Orleans Historic District 2.4 miles, Treasure Chest Casino 11.8 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport 11.3 miles from this condo hotel.

Approximate cost per night (three-bedroom penthouse): $671

Cost per person (eight people): $83




Tulane Avenue Penthouse

1111 Tulane Avenue

The Best Places To Stay In New Orleans

Tulane Medical Center

With multiple penthouse options that offer free WiFi, air conditioning, terraces, fully-equipped kitchens, seating areas with sofa beds, flat-screen TVs, washing machines and hair dryers, Tulane Avenue Penthouse is close to Krewe Lounge on Loyola (bar), Pythian Market (restaurant), 14 Parishes Jamaican Restaurant, The Orpheum Theater, Roosevelt Hotel Bar, Cleo’s (Mediterranean restaurant), Cajun Mike’s Pub & Grub, Domenica (Italian restaurant) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Tulane Medical Center, 0.3 miles from Louisiana Maritime Museum, Confederate Memorial Hall and Old Absinthe House, 0.4 miles from New Orleans Jazz Museum, St Louis Cemetery and Bourbon Street, 0.5 miles from Caesars Superdome, McDonogh Monument and Louisiana Wildlife Museum, 0.6 miles from Union Station and Vieux Carre Historic District, 4 miles from Audubon Nature Institute and 11.2 miles from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $325

Cost per person (six people): $55



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Carondelet Street Penthouse

1721 Carondelet Street

The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans

Coliseum Square

Carondelet Street Penthouse offers air conditioning, free WiFi, a terrace, a balcony, a fully-equipped kitchen, a seating area, a flat-screen TV, a washing machine and a hairdryer. Nearby you’ll find Lucky’s Bar, Forbidden Art Tattoos, Sushi Brothers, Lula Restaurant Distillery, Pralines By Jean (bakery), The Avenue Pub, Houston’s (American restaurant), Please-U Restaurant and more.

Coliseum Square is 0.3 miles, Central City Historic District is 0.4 miles, Margaret Statue and Keller Square are 0.5 miles, Annunciation Square, Rick Shopping Center and Ogden Museum of Southern Art are 0.6 miles, National World War II Museum, Lafayette Cemetery and Union Station are 0.7 miles, New Orleans Fire Museum Fire Station is 0.8 miles, Uptown New Orleans Historic District is 1.9 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 11.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night: $525

Cost per person (eight people): $28



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Loews New Orleans Hotel

300 Poydras Street

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Harrah’s Casino

With an on-site restaurant, a bar featuring live jazz music, flat-screen TVs with on-demand movies, free WiFi, seating areas, coffee machines, work desks, bathrobes, hair dryers, Mississippi River and city views, a fitness center, a sauna and an indoor lap pool. You may find Ruth’s Chris Steak House, American Italian Cultural Center (history museum), Grand Isle Restaurant (seafood restaurant), Nola Bliss Massage (massage therapist), W.I.N.O. (wine bar), Ohm Lounge, Escape My Room (tourist attraction), Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ (Japanese restaurant), Compère Lapin (Carribean restaurant), Après Lounge (lounge), The Chicory (wedding venue), Fulton Alley (event venue) and more close to this hotel.

Harrah’s Casino is 0.1 miles, Riverwalk Marketplace Shopping Center, Spanish Plaza, Aquarium of the Americas, Canal Place Shopping Center, Franklin Monument, New Orleans Riverwalk Shopping Center and Natchez Steamboat Cruise are 0.2 miles, Clay Monument and Louisiana Children’s Museum are 0.3 miles, Bourbon Street is 0.6 miles, Union Station and St Louis Cemetery No 1 are 0.8 miles, Caesars Superdome is 0.9 miles, Uptown New Orleans Historic District is 2.9 miles, Audubon Nature Institute is 4.2 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 11.7 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (grand king suite): $515

Cost per person (four people): $128



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So there they are, hotels in New Orleans that will help make for an outstanding experience. We hope you have found value in this information and most of all, that you enjoy your time in Louisiana!

40 Replies to “Hotels in New Orleans”

  1. Awesome list. I cam speak of Bienville House Hotel review. We went for a romantic weekend in New Orleans last year, and I must confess, this hotel cant be bettered in anyway. Their staffs are friendly and helpfull. We had a 4th floor terrace room which was so fabulous. Breakfast was awesome. It’s a great location for all attractions.

  2. It’s a good detailed catalog of destination places one can find in New Orleans. I’ve never been there myself but I am kind of brows up now.

    You have clearly exhausted the places where one should be especially in the coming festivities, am sure people who read this content, and your overall website will not be short of ideas to go retreat with their families during Christmas. 

    Keep on writing on other cities too, as you’ve been doing and probably shed more light on Africa too. 

  3. New Orleans is such an amazing lively town. Finding a great place to stay in a walkable location has always seemed like the best way to enjoy the city. This is a lovely collection of penthouse rentals in some great neighborhoods. Thanks for sharing the information about how many people could stay at each place and the average cost per person – this absolutely makes for a perfect fun trip with friends!!

  4. Thank you! Really great article. Always glad that there’s another article from your website. Wow, Windsor Court hotel is really nice with that pool. I like the Tulane Avenue penthouse on the inside, as well as the huge downtown penthouse on the inside. These are all really nice and luxurious. I like the format of your articles, how you always format them in a similar way so it’s easy to follow for return visitors. Thanks for inspiring me to travel and have a great day!

  5. I’m very excited to stay at the Bienville House Hotel when we visit New Orleans. The fifteenth-floor penthouse looks awesome too so maybe we’ll stay a couple of nights in both during the visit. I would love to know if you have a personal favourite or one that you would recommend?

    1. Mike thank you for the comments! All of these are great, but it’s really about what’s best for the individual (location, cost, availability)

  6. Wow! I’m always wowed by the selection of the places to stay when in new Orleans. This list has got some very best of the places to explore or pass the night or hang in in new Orleans and I cannot seem to grasp my head atoinf how elegant all of them seemed. They look very stunning and elegant to behold. Such a great listing up here. Good job to have this list compiled. Thank you

  7. Traveling is one thing and getting a real place to stay is another. New Orlean is among one the many cities I intend to visit after me retirement and I must confess a good place to stay in such nice environment would just be the best anyone can ask for. So far i have had problem with high rents but these one seem really cool considering the standard of these penthouses. Nice being here.

  8. Windsor court hotel actually offers all these services and great luxury for that cheap price? That is definitely one of the lowest amount I have seen such luxurious top notch places to charge for what they offer. An experience in this place would really be a thing that would last a lifetime with me. Such beauty and serenity. I like every place listed here as places to stay in new Orleans. If I ever visit new Orleans and I have the cash with me, I would try my best to stay in any of these.

  9. Hi! When I knew I had to travel to New Orleans, it made me frawn. Yeah, finding a good place to stay in New Orleans can be quite challenging. But due to my constant business trips, I have bookmarked your site. And sure enough, here you have a couple of very good options. Thank you very much!

  10. I’ve been going to New Orlean all my life and I didn’t know that some of these hotels existed! I usually stay with my uncle, but I might have to get my own room next time I go. These are all so beautiful it will be hard to choose which one I want to stay in. Thank you for being so specific with the locations!

  11. Thank you so much Adnin for this post. Truly speaking finding a right place to stay in New Orleans can be a challenging task. My friend and his newly married bride went there for their honey moon sometime last year and they really had a tough time locating a cool spot to stay. I wish they had access to this post before that time. 

    i am planning on having my honey moon there next year. I like the Bienville House Hotel. What do you think?

  12. You provided an excellent list of places to stay in New Orleans. Last time I was there was some years ago, love the French quarters and these properties look good. Spacious luxury penthouse caught my attention with 4 rooms looks really good for family travel or larger groups. It is also near city center attractions. Huge downtown penthouse is the other that caught my attention. 19 persons? Wow, that is huge. I was wondering if there really is 19 beds in this penthouse? Now, I need to find a reason to visit New Orleans.

  13. What an awesome list of penthouses. I just love New Orleans I have been many times over the course of the last 35 years. I got engaged in the middle of Bourbon St so the town and the people will always be special to me.Bleinville I can tell you is absolutely beautiful on the inside. Stayed over a weekend and would definitely recommend it.

  14. Thanks for sharing these penthouse reviews. I was browsing for future US destinations and came across your reviews. New Oleans was one destination we had considered before. Anyway, it has given me the idea to ask around my friends to see if there might be some interest from them to take a New Oleans weekend vacay as a group, and we can consider staying here at one of the penthouse suggestions you have given us depending on how many friends are interested. I much appreciate your post! 

  15. New Orleans is such a wonderful city and every time I am there it seems there are new corners and delights that I had missed on previous visits. The night-life is loads of fun and the food is to die for. The only way I can think of to make it an even better experience would be to stay in one of the places that you have highlighted in this post.

    The prices are reasonable and the locations ideal, most definitely since I have come across your wonderful website my eyes have been opened to the best way to experience these storied places, as New Orleans most certainly is. Of the options listed, I like the Bienville House Hotel best, and the price is very good. Added to my growing list thanks to you!


  16. Thanks for this list of places to stay in New Orleans. I am actually planning a trip right now and I’m trying to find the right place to stay when we go as I’ve never been before. I’m really liking the huge downtown penthouse as we are a large group and it’s right downtown. It looks really nice and well furnished.

  17. With lockdown in full swing I have begun to have virtual trips, street view on Google and tourism websites etc which how I came across your website. I really enjoyed the descriptions and photos of all those beautiful accommodations, I have put a few on a bucket list. I love jazz and cajun cuisine so I’ve had New Orleans in mind for a while as I have never been. So thank you for your list which is super thorough! Spoilt for choice even ;]]

    1. Michael it’s as good a time as any to do some virtual trips online at home via Google street view and to start planning the next trip, absolutely! Jazz and cajun cuisine are New Orleans staples, and glad to see that you appreciate the info. Stay safe out there and happy travels!

  18. Hello there! this is an amazing review you have got here on these hotels. My favorite among them is the Hotel Peter and Paul; such an incredible place to be with superb location in a quiet and authentic residential district east of the quarter. I will love to be there at least to enjoy its great features and sights.

  19. Wow these hotels are super dope. Last year, I was moving from Philadelphia to San Diego and one of my stops was new Orleans and then I came across the Hotel Peter and Paul, it was fantastic alongside with the cool jazz and also easy walk to Frenchman ST.

    Its my favorite now.

  20. Hey nice article you have there. As a tourist, having a good suite that will meet my needs and gives me the comfort I seek is my outmost priority. Having gone through the specifications of hotels in New Orleans, I am convinced that the Harrah’s Casino NOLA will be a perfect choice for me and my family to Lounge in during the summer holiday, as it has all what it takes to make our stay a memorable one.

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