Hotels for Business Travelers in New Orleans
- 41Hotel Class:2 reviews
Right in the middle of the French Quarter, with comfortable and aesthetically-pleasing rooms, a friendly staff, a swimming pool, and a restaurant next door that’s starting to get some good reviews around town, the Hotel St. Marie would be a solid choice for a New Orleans tourist. (Plus, it’s close enough to Bourbon St. if you wanted to see what ...
- 42Hotel Class:2 reviews
Bed and Breakfast, wedding venue and a museum with tours located on Esplanade Avenue. The house, home of the mother and grandmother of the French Impressionist painter Edgar Degas, was also his studio when he stayed here for about a year in 1872-1873 and where he painted twenty or so of his famous works. The tour and breakfast for two ...Popular with
- 43Hotel Class:2 reviews
Only in New Orleans can a hotel boast both a business center with free WiFi along with a haunted house in the back with guided tours twice a day. Yet that’s just what Avenue Plaza, a modest but lovely hotel on historic St. Charles Avenue right outside the streetcar line offers — as well as a nice swimming pool, fitness ...
- 44Hotel Class:2 reviews
Great location right in the heart of the French Quarter! I like Hampton Inns as they have free breakfast, free internet, and they offer it at a fair price. They also have comfortable beds and great customer service. It's not a luxury hotel, but I always try and stay at Hampton Inns wherever I travel in USA for all the ...
- 452 reviews
Great little park. Kevin and Marla (owners) are more than helpful, the park is spotless and it is a short distance into New Orleans. The bus stop is just outside the gate but even better, they run a shuttle (on demand) for $5 per person. Would definitely stay here again. Strongly recommended.Popular with
- 46Hotel Class:2 reviews
I walked in and despite it being busy, two different people helped me out and seemed genuinely happy to do so. While the immediate interior had a regular hotel feel, the lobby opens up and has a fountain that makes your presence somehow feel special, like being in a big green space in the middle of a large city. Overall, ...Popular with
- 47Hotel Class:2 reviews
Tucked away on a nondescript street in the Lower Garden District, neither here nor there in tourist purgatory, you might look at The Prytania Park hotel and say, “Meh. It’s not on a street car line* (*although it’s a block away), the lobby looks like a Motel 6, what is this neighborhood exactly?, and I’m just not feeling it.” (Roughly, ...
- 48Hotel Class:2 reviews
At the corner of a quiet street in the CBD (Central Business District) just one block away from Canal St. and the craziness of the French Quarter, The Pelham Hotel has the kind of quirky glamour that Wes Anderson films (like The Royal Tennenbaums) aestheticize. The lobby features gilded mirrors, marble floors, and velvet couches. Yet the hotel is presided ...Popular with
- 492 reviews
This is a recently renovated boutique hotel in the French Quarter. The decor is contemporary. The hotel has a lounge and small pool. We really enjoyed staying here.
- 50Hotel Class:2 reviews
This is a place I have to recommend on the basis of value. It is far from being a luxury or even a "nice" hotel, but the combination of it's low prices, historic charm & location in the heart of the French Quarter, just two terrace-lined blocks back from Bourbon Street make it an exceptional value. It's clean, basic, no ...Popular with
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- 521 review
I agree with Anne Rice when she said the look of the restaurant doesn't fit in with Uptown New Orleans, but the food at Copeland's is a tradition. Get the Chicken Parm and Fried Bow Tie pasta. Leave room for dessert, and get the $10 Banana Split that can feed 3 people.
- 53Hotel Class:1 review
Wonderful place to stay! Walkable distance from French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Casino!Popular with
- 54Hotel Class:1 review
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this hotel is an architectural gem that has had its structures meticulously restored to make for classically beautiful lodging. After passing through different hands, a military hospital was constructed on the hotel’s site in 1722. Guests who booked rooms in Building #5 have reported seeing the apparitions of several bloody, Confederate Army ...Popular with
- 55Hotel Class:1 review
Now the Hyatt French Quarter Hotel, this luxury spot stands where the D.H. Holmes department store once took up residence. Readers may know it as the place where A Confederacy of Dunces opens; the clock under which Ignatius Reilly meets his mother is still there in front of the hotel on the Canal Street side, and under it a life-size ...Popular with
- 571 review
In addition to 30 guest rooms, this hotel also boasts 5 Grand Antique Suites that have been preserved beautifully in the style of the original 1839 construction of Jean Lamothe’s home, once owned by this wealthy sugar cane planter. It’s in these rooms that guests have frequently reported seeing the ghost of a mysterious young woman dressed in red that ...Popular with
- 58Hotel Class:1 review
This hotel was very good. My brothers and I stayed there back in 2002 before going on a cruise, and loved it. You are in walking distance to Riverwalk, as well as the casino that is in the area. The Convention Center is right across the street.
- 59Hotel Class:1 review
I heard about the Marriott Renaissance Arts Hotel from a friend, who would not stop raving about her stay. “There’s a museum with glass-blower artist Dale Chiluly’s work inside the hotel! And they have his chandeliers in the lobby. It’s so pretty. I love it…!” etc. In an historical warehouse from 1910, The Marriott Renaissance Arts Hotel definitely has a ...Popular with
- 601 review
(My aunt and uncle own and operate this bed and breakfast.) I am a little biased but I think this is a really great place to stay in New Orleans. It is a short walk from the St Charles Streetcar which brings you right downtown or to the French Quarter if you want to go there. The rooms are really ...