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Hotel Insider New Orleans
One of the nation's oldest cities, New Orleans -- aka Nawlins', NOLA, or The Big Easy, depending on whom you ask -- is famous for its Creole food, free-flowing alcohol, stunning 18th and 19th century architecture (complete with legendary hauntings), splendid plantations tucked amid untamed bayous and a laid-back culture steeped in music. Best known for the late nights offered on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter and a seemingly endless festival season, from Mardis Gras to Jazz Fest, the Voodo Music Festival or the LGBT community's version of Mardis Gras, Southern Decadence, New Orleans is a city that knows how to party. Nowhere else in the country are you as likely to stumble upon a marching band, street party or impromptu parade as you are in NOLA. Such a scene could play out pretty much any night of the week in this town. And with a host of high-end and budget-friendly options across town, hotels in New Orleans are set up to take full advantage of the city's rich architectural history and cultural heritage, ensuring visitors can be well positions to enjoy it all. Whether you're looking to party all night and need a hotel in the French Quarter, conducting meetings in the Central Business District or you want to relax an opulent 18th century home in the Garden District, there's no lack for options to choose from.

Luxury Hotels in New Orleans
New Orleans luxury hotels are known for their unique combination of Southern hospitality, contemporary comfort and stunning historic spaces that capture the beauty, glamour and decadence of a bygone era. Several striking New Orleans hotels just on the edge of the French Quarter epitomize these unique traits, including iconic New Orleans hotel The Roosevelt and the elegant, recently restored Windsor Court. Inside the Quarter at the foot of Royal Street, the Hotel Monteleone is the essence of luxury. Boasting 600 lavish guest rooms, a heated rooftop pool, excellent dining options, full spa and fitness center and the Carousel Bar & Lounge (reported by Esquire Magazine as one of the best bars in America), the top tier amenities and service of this Historic Hotel of America attracts luxury seekers from around the world. The Ambassador, located in the Arts District near the New Orleans Convention Center and within a few blocks of the French Quarter, is a beautiful boutique hotel offering a smart, tasteful blend of Southern, historic charm and modern convenience between three renovated 19th-century warehouses. For a unique contemporary take on New Orleans, the W New Orleans, French Quarter will not disappoint with its breathtaking courtyard pool, state-of-the-art fitness facility, welcoming Living Room and the delicious culinary and cocktail creations crafted by Sobou, the W's in-house restaurant.

Mid-Range and Budget Hotels in New Orleans
The rich history and decadent culture of New Orleans are not reserved only for big spenders. There are plenty of excellent accommodation options for New Orleans hotel seekers with smaller budgets. The French Quarter Guest Houses, including the Inn on St. Peter in the heart of the French Quarter, offer a collection of small inns with unique guestrooms and suites in historic residences at surprisingly affordable prices. The New Orleans Courtyard Hotel, also in the French Quarter, is part of a set of historic New Orleans homes and cottages converted into comfortable suites, cottages and townhouses, each designed to retain the flavor of New Orleans while still offering convenient, affordable accommodation. Just beyond the French Quarter, in New Orleans' Faubourg Marigny neighborhood, you'll find the Olde Town Inn, a quirky, pet-friendly Bed and Breakfast offering a homey vibe that's easy on the pocket book. For those looking for a more traditional hotel layout, Wyndham New Orleans also offers three mid-range options in great locations -- the Warehouse District on the Riverfront, the Central Business District and French Quarter -- with a full range of comforts, services and amenities to ensure guests fully enjoy their stay.

Neighborhoods in New Orleans
Traveling to New Orleans on business? Visiting for Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest or the Sugar Bowl? No matter what's sparked your trip to the Big Easy, there are countless hotels in New Orleans capturing the historic beauty and spirit of the famous city. And fortunately, no matter what part of town you select for you stay, the city is set up for easy exploration by foot, bicycle, historic streetcar, taxi cab or vehicle. Numerous hotels are centered in the French Quarter and Central Business District, as these neighborhoods are most popular among tourists and business travelers for their central location and easy access to many of the most recognizable New Orleans restaurants and attractions. Head Uptown and into the picturesque Garden District along the St. Charles streetcar line and you'll find a range of smaller boutique and bed and breakfast properties that retain the ... read more
individual charm of each neighborhood's many historic homes. For a more local experience, consider a stay in lesser-known but up-and-coming areas like Mid-City or Faubourg Marigny which combine classic New Orleans culture with a hip, contemporary vibe.
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