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What travelers to French Quarter are saying

Amazing city for food and music! Frenchman Street provides incredible live music in every door, without a cover charge. Just go in, enjoy the music, have a drink, and leave some cash in the band's tip bucket. Then travel to the next door way to do the same. And, it's not necessary to get drunk and disorderly to enjoy New Orleans. They're just as kind about serving you an ice tea or coke as an alcoholic drink. Be sure to tip extra for that though 'cause that bartender takes as much time to give you that as a different kind of drink. Gracious southern hospitality abounds. Wear study walking shoes because the sidewalks are treacherous all over the French Quarter. The narrow streets are like battlefields with potholes and service vehicles. Walk 'heads-up' all the time Don't miss the Pharmacy Museum. Don't miss Mike on piano at Lafitte's Blacksmith shop or Dana and the Boneshakers at Bamboula's. Also, we loved the shopping on Royal Street. The Forever New Orleans shop at Royal and St.Peter was a great help in finding gifts for our pre--pre-Christmas shopping.
Alyson D. Jun 10, 2015
New Orleans is in a category of it own. It is a very unique city and I am glad I got to visit and saw some very interesting things. I did not get to visit New Orleans pre Katrina so I don't have anything to compare it too, but it does seem like the city still has not recovered. The homeless population is very large there and so is the crime rate- There are people passed out in the streets around the French quarter and you will be asked more times than you can count for money from people- They get use to people walking by not paying any attention to them. It is very sad though and it would be hard to explain to children on vacation why people are passed out at 2:00 in the afternoon sleeping on cardboard on the side walk while others just step over them- I feel that something should be done about that. Lots to see and do so overall not bad for my first trip there.
Lindsey T. Jun 23, 2015
Best place ever to walk around, look at stuff, eat, drink, and listen to music. I prefer to stay in the French Quarter but off of Bourbon Street (fewer drunks). We had dinner and drinks at a great little place on Frenchman, with a bluegrass band playing, then caught a second line brass band playing for tips on the walk back to the hotel. For big attractions, you can't beat the Aquarium. And be sure to either ride the street car down St. Charles or go driving around the Garden District to gawk at the magnificent houses.
Caroline l. Jul 7, 2015

Find yourself charmed by New Orleans' French Quarter

Overflowing with history, elegance and excitement, you will find the French Quarter located in New Orleans. It encompasses half a square mile of eye-catching, European -influenced buildings, many with balconies and galleries that are accented with elaborate ironwork trim.

The Quarter 's stretches of quaint shops and art galleries, fine dining establishments, cafes and hotels can be easily traversed by foot, bicycle or horse-drawn carriage. The district is a prime destination for business travelers headed to conferences at the Morial Convention Center, families looking to take in some of the abundant live music in the "birthplace of jazz," and young revelers who want to live it up on Bourbon Street, the city's infamous party venue where anything goes.

Things to see and do

Because the neighborhood is New Orleans' oldest, history buffs will find plenty of things to do in the French Quarter. On the edge of Jackson Square, right next to the grand St. Louis Cathedral, sits the Presbytere, part of the Louisiana State Museum. The site houses a Hurricane Katrina exhibit, and you can also learn about the history of Mardi Gras.

Louis Armstrong Park

Although it sits just on the edge of the French Quarter, Louis Armstrong Park feels miles away from the hubbub of Jackson Square and Bourbon Street. The secluded, beautiful park is dedicated to the memory of Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, and it's a wonderful place to relax in the shade, take in the sight of marvelous fountains and feed some ducks. In the spring, the roses on the edge of the park all blossom simultaneously in a kaleidoscope of dazzling colors: reds, whites, pinks and yellows.

Audubon Insectarium

Families will love the Audubon Insectarium and Butterfly Garden on Canal Street, where visitors can feel at one with nature. Explore Louisiana swamps, see the world from the vantage point of an ant, and feel as though you've been transported to a magical land in the Asian garden, where you'll be surrounded by colorful butterflies and maybe even get to touch one.

Take it to the streets

Fans of street music and undiscovered artistic talent won't be disappointed in the French Quarter, where every day means musical performances, magicians, sword swallowers and even poets. Have a mystic read your fortune with tarot cards to see what your future holds, or pick up a personalized portrait or silly caricature as a souvenir token, drawn on-site at Jackson Square.

Where to stay

There's no shortage of French Quarter hotels in this New Orleans getaway, with its historic buildings steeped in elegance and traditional décor. Fans of the mysterious and paranormal may want to lodge at the Hotel Monteleone, often touted as the city's most haunted. More notable accommodations include the Royal Sonesta and the Hyatt French Quarter. Be aware that nightly rates are prone to increase during Mardi Gras, because the Quarter is the place to be every year on Fat Tuesday.

Special events

The French Quarter is a bustling neighborhood year-round. Mardi Gras is, of course, a New Orleans trademark that occurs every February or March and is an entire season rather than a single day, but travelers are likely to run into a special event no matter when they choose to visit. One of the most fun events in the city is San Fermin en Nueva Orleans, held every July. A Cajun twist on Pamplona's Running of the Bulls, San Fermin brings thousands to the streets dressed in white and red; instead of bulls, runners are chased by members of New Orleans' roller derby league who carry foam bats.

Best time to visit

Summers in Louisiana can be hot and muggy, but the summer nights are cool, and the streets tend to be less crowded. During spring, just after Mardi Gras, the French Quarter really shines. The street performers come out of their winter hibernation, flowers bloom everywhere, and you can walk around all day, beignet and café au lait in hand, in perfect mid-70s temperatures.

Recently booked French Quarter hotels

Hotel Last booked Stars Price from
Bourbon Orleans
French Quarter
1 hour ago 4 stars $148
Place D'Armes French Quarter
French Quarter
1 hour ago 3 stars $133
French Market Inn
French Quarter
1 hour ago 3 stars $92
French Quarter
1 hour ago 4 stars $104
Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter
French Quarter
1 hour ago 4 stars $112
Sheraton New Orleans Hotel
French Quarter
2 hours ago 4 stars $118
Lamothe House
French Quarter
3 hours ago 3 stars $101
Hotel Royal-French Quarter
French Quarter
4 hours ago 3 stars $125
Hotel St. Pierre
French Quarter
4 hours ago 3 stars $102
New Orleans Marriott
French Quarter
6 hours ago 4 stars $109

Recently Rated French Quarter Hotels

Hotel Reviews Stars Price from
Hotel Monteleone
French Quarter
4.4 / 5
299 reviews
5 stars $184
Royal Sonesta New Orleans
French Quarter
4.3 / 5
289 reviews
4 stars $146
Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter
French Quarter
4.5 / 5
15 reviews
4 stars $112
Melrose Mansion Suites
French Quarter
4.2 / 5
44 reviews
3 stars $165
French Quarter
4.0 / 5
357 reviews
4 stars $104
Sheraton New Orleans Hotel
French Quarter
4.0 / 5
448 reviews
4 stars $118
Hotel St. Marie
French Quarter
4.0 / 5
282 reviews
3 stars $116
New Orleans Marriott
French Quarter
4.0 / 5
204 reviews
4 stars $109
W New Orleans - French Quarter
French Quarter
3.6 / 5
25 reviews
5 stars $213
French Quarter
4.0 / 5
326 reviews
3 stars $122

Featured French Quarter Hotels

From $112

1 Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter

4 stars
4.5 / 5 15 reviews

124 Royal Street

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The Wyndham New Orleans, located on Royal Street in the historic French Quarter, provides elegant accommodation and a prime location for visitors to The Big Easy. With 374 modern guest rooms,...

Passing Thru
The hotel seems to have a good sense of security. From the time you walk in until the time you leave you can feel safe which is important when traveling alone or with family. The decor is modern....
Jul 29, 2015
From $104


4 stars
4.0 / 5 357 reviews

739 Canal St. @ Bourbon

Previously the Astor Hotel, the multi-story Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Quarter grew organically from a collection of existing retail buildings and apartments, giving it a blended Crescent City...

HORRIBLE experience
We waited for 45 min to be able to check in. Once we finally checked it we were advised that we were under a boil water advisory and we could not bathe or brush teeth or do anything that has to use...
Jul 28, 2015
From $146

3 Royal Sonesta New Orleans

4 stars
4.3 / 5 289 reviews

300 Bourbon Street

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A traditional boutique-style hotel, the Royal Sonesta New Orleans opened in 1969 and contains 483 guestrooms, several eateries, tropical courtyards and fountains, and an amazing collection of fine...

Not bad at all construction challenges
This was a convention deal. The remodel was not handled very well, as their signage, graphics, and access was confusing. Very nice pool area and a perfect F Quarter location. Pricey parking - be...
Jul 30, 2015
From $109

4 New Orleans Marriott

4 stars
4.0 / 5 204 reviews

555 Canal Street

Rate includes breakfast

Built in 1972, the New Orleans Marriott is the perfect base from which to enjoy all that the French Quarter has to offer, and travelers will appreciate its Southern hospitality, comfortable rooms...

Trip to NOLA
We chose Marriott because our daughter was a presenter at conference held there and we wanted to be easily accessible. New Orleans is great walking city and location is in middle of action. I gave...
Jul 27, 2015
From $90

5 Inn on St. Peter

3 stars
4.0 / 5 35 reviews

1005 St. Peter Street

Book Now to Get the 3rd Night Free

Inn on St. Peter is a restored retreat that seamlessly melds Spanish architecture and modern comforts in the historic French Quarter in New Orleans. This comfortable hotel provides tastefully...

New Orleans family fun
This Inn was very New Orleans. Small but nice. Comfy cozy and exactly what we were looking for. Excellent location to take in all the excitement of the French Quarter. Will definitely stay again.
Jul 5, 2015
From $98

6 Inn on Ursulines

3 stars
4.1 / 5 14 reviews

708 Ursulines Avenue

Complimentary Wireless Internet

Hotel guests enjoy a truly unique and charming experience in one of the world's most exciting destinations, the French Quarter of New Orleans. With historic style and all of today's modern...

great location
This inn is 1/2 a block from Bourbon 1/2 block from Royal streets. Rooms are off the street, private and very secure also very comfortable. A secure parking lot is located a few blocks away, which...
Jul 14, 2015
From $92

7 French Market Inn

3 stars
4.1 / 5 57 reviews

509 Decatur St.

Hotel offers Free WiFi

Brush up on your New Orleans history at this historic inn. French Market Inn was built in the 1800s for Baron and Baroness Joseph Xavier de Pontalba, and it was the government house when...

Great place to stay
Great location. Walking distance to Jackson Square, Bourbon Street, Trolley, Canal Street. Took a cab from Frenchman St, but only because it was very late at night. Wonderful staff.
Jul 17, 2015
From $118

8 Sheraton New Orleans Hotel

4 stars
4.0 / 5 448 reviews

500 Canal Street

Save 20% on your stay

The Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in New Orleans features 1,110 fully renovated guest rooms, including 53 suites. Each of the rooms boasts the plush Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, and the hotel is...

quickie staycation
I wanted to take my husband out on the town and have access to the French qtrs. and be close to Frenchman St, so the location was perfect. All in all, I enjoyed the night there. The check-in...
Jul 28, 2015
From $148

9 Bourbon Orleans

4 stars
3.9 / 5 227 reviews

717 Orleans Street

The Bourbon Orleans Hotel has many stories to tell, sitting on the site of both the grand old Orleans Theater and Ballroom, and a former convent. Restored in the 1960s in the Creole style of the...

Great Get Away
We booked this hotel last minute and it was a wonderful trip. Staff was very nice and room was great.
Jun 30, 2015
From $94

10 Inn on St. Ann

3 stars
4.0 / 5 46 reviews

1013 St Ann

Book Now to Get the 3rd Night Free

Be a part of our extended French Quarter family at the Inn on St. Ann. This charming French Quarter Inn boasts a courtyard shaded by a century old oak tree and common areas appropriately decorated...

Great pre-essence fest stay
The hotel is in a great location and more than adequate for our needs. Parking is an issue however if you have a car. Rooms are small and quirky but clean and comfortable. Anyway, you're in the...
Jul 15, 2015
From $101

11 Lamothe House

3 stars
3.9 / 5 14 reviews

621 Esplanade Ave

Book Now to Get the 3rd Night Free

Nestled in the ancient oaks of Esplanade Avenue, the ornate architectural detail of the past meets modern comfort and convenience in our restoration of the historic Lamothe House hotel. Featuring...

Great stay for the night
We were in the Big Easy for one night and Lamothe House was a perfect stay. It is a quaint little boutique hotel with great history. We stayed in one of the front guest houses. The room is...
Jul 5, 2015
From $184

12 Hotel Monteleone

5 stars
4.4 / 5 299 reviews

214 Royal Street

Rooms facing the front of the hotel allow guests to watch the Mardi Gras festivities right from their rooms. Take a spin on the historic and one-of-a-kind Carousel Bar and Lounge. The bar has...

Anniversary trip
Placed room service order on door and it was never picked up. Room was small but very nice
Jul 30, 2015
From $128

13 JW Marriott New Orleans

4 stars
4.3 / 5 130 reviews

614 Canal Street

Rate includes breakfast

Canal Street Grill reservations can be booked online, or ask your concierge for dining and entertainment suggestions.Request a room on the upper floors for a magnificent river view or city panorama...

Great Hotel and Friendly Staff
My husband and I had a wonderful experience at this JW Marriott. This was our first trip to New Orleans and the hotel staff were very accommodating to that. They suggested areas that were great for...
Apr 30, 2015
From $159

14 Hotel Le Marais

4 stars
4.5 / 5 89 reviews

717 Rue Conti

Book Now to Receive Complimentary Wifi and Water

Experience the best of New Orleans at the boutique Hotel Le Marais, located in the heart of the French Quarter just off Bourbon Street. Chic and atmospherically French, Le Marais balances classic...

Great location
This hotel is great and in a very peaceful location although very central. Breakfast is ok but exactly the same every day. A bit overpriced
Jun 29, 2015
From $112

15 Andrew Jackson Hotel

3 stars
2.8 / 5 6 reviews

919 Royal Street

The Andrew Jackson Hotel feels more like a Bed and Breakfast the way it is laid out. Our rooms are all unique in size and furnishings set amid a beautiful courtyard and fountain . The enchanting...

great trip to the quarter
The hotel is more like a B&B. Great little place to stay and close to the sites in the French Quarter.
May 27, 2015