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Crowne Plaza NEW ORLEANS FRENCH QUARTER
Lansing New OrleansLeave Tue, Sep 15 - Return Tue, Sep 22New Orleans+$843.008 days, 7 nights per person
Hotel St. Pierre
Lansing New OrleansLeave Tue, Sep 15 - Return Tue, Sep 22New OrleansFree Wireless Internet+$901.008 days, 7 nights per person
Le Pavillon Hotel
Lansing New OrleansLeave Tue, Sep 15 - Return Tue, Sep 22New Orleans+$812.008 days, 7 nights per person
Harrah's New Orleans Casino and Hotel
Mexico City New OrleansLeave Thu, Jul 16 - Return Thu, Jul 23New Orleans+$1,533.008 days, 7 nights per person
Andrew Jackson Hotel
Louisville New OrleansLeave Fri, Jul 3 - Return Fri, Jul 10New Orleans+$1,095.008 days, 7 nights per person
French Market Inn
Lansing New OrleansLeave Tue, Sep 15 - Return Tue, Sep 22New OrleansHotel offers Free WiFi+$724.008 days, 7 nights per person
Hotel St. Marie
Montreal New OrleansLeave Fri, Sep 11 - Return Fri, Sep 18New OrleansHotel offers Free WiFi+$855.008 days, 7 nights per person
Prince Conti Hotel French Quarter
Detroit New OrleansLeave Thu, Jul 2 - Return Wed, Jul 8New OrleansHotel offers Free WiFi+$892.007 days, 6 nights per person
Place D'Armes French Quarter
Milwaukee New OrleansLeave Wed, Jul 1 - Return Sun, Jul 5New OrleansHotel offers Free WiFi+$907.005 days, 4 nights per person
Dauphine Orleans Hotel
Louisville New OrleansLeave Fri, Jul 3 - Return Fri, Jul 10New OrleansComplimentary Drink and Wireless Internet+$1,321.008 days, 7 nights per person
Hotel Le Marais
Vancouver New OrleansLeave Tue, Jul 14 - Return Tue, Jul 21New OrleansBook Now to Receive Complimentary Wifi and Water+$1,330.008 days, 7 nights per person
Hotel Royal-French Quarter
Newport News New OrleansLeave Fri, Jul 3 - Return Tue, Jul 7New OrleansComplimentary WiFi+$1,038.005 days, 4 nights per person
The Lafayette Hotel
Mexico City New OrleansLeave Wed, Jul 15 - Return Wed, Jul 22New OrleansBook Now to Save 10%+$1,061.008 days, 7 nights per person
Lansing New OrleansLeave Tue, Sep 15 - Return Tue, Sep 22New OrleansBook Now to Receive Complimentary Wifi and Water+$1,172.008 days, 7 nights per person
Q & C Hotel/Bar
Owensboro New OrleansLeave Sat, Aug 15 - Return Sat, Aug 22New OrleansCompletely reimagined for 2014 - Newly renovated.+$968.908 days, 7 nights per person
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Experience Your Best New Orleans Vacation
New Orleans is a city that rewards those who plan the least. Travelers wandering the historic, balcony-crowned streets invariably find themselves in a web of small pleasures … a street band playing on the corner of Bourbon and Canal … the Green Goddess on Exchange Alley … a tiny bar where residents willingly combine anything.
From the horn-heavy bands at The Maple Leaf to the Pontalba Apartments, let Creole mojo cast its spell over your New Orleans vacation. Orbitz insiders reveal the city's top 10s, the best time go and how to cruise the French Quarter like a local.
The best months to travel to New Orleans are March, April, October and November when the air is scented with jasmine, and the sounds of jazz spill out on to the streets. These months also mark the height of festival season, including the French Quarter Festival (April), Jazz Fest (April/May), Voodoo Experience (October), and the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival (November).
During winter months, New Orleans is often infused with a damp cold and raked with ornery winds. And though temps sink below freezing two or three times each year, it doesn’t stop Saints tailgate parties (late fall) or Mardi Gras (February or March).
Then there's summer, when conditions are hot and damp. This is also peak hurricane season -- especially August and September.
Irvin Mayfield’s Jazz Playhouse
Housed in the Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans, this Bourbon Street venue offers a sophisticated scene for live jazz and cocktails.
This park offers even more excitement in the heart of New Orleans. You'll find walking and biking trails, an antique carousel, the New Orleans Museum of Art, an amusement park, plus the world's largest collection of living oaks.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at Angelo Brocato's (ice cream) or Sucre (macaroons). Try po-boys at the Parkway Bakery, and Soul food at Praline Connection. Craving Latin? Head to Rio Mar.
Drink with the locals at this punk/dive bar in the French Quarter. Boasting a 1930s history and rockin' jukebox, the surprisingly friendly lounge also gets street cred from several vampire tours.
Afternoon Tea at Le Salon
If you're pining for the Royal treatment, Le Salon in the Windsor Court Hotel hosts an elegant afternoon ensemble of tea, champagne cocktails, English tea sandwiches, classical music and more.
New Orleans Hotels
The Crowne Plaza NEW ORLEANS FRENCH QUARTER in New Orleans makes its visitors comfortable in their spacious rooms that feature plush bedding, dark wood furnishings and bright pops of decorative elements. The front entry to the hotel is stately with its bright red awning... More
Harrah's New Orleans Casino & Hotel is the height of decadence. Enjoy views of the Mississippi River from the luxury rooms or grab a culture break with a walk to the French Quarter. Take a shopping trip in nearby Canal Street or just relax with a cocktail and a meal... More
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 decorated smoke-free accommodations that come with balconies overlooking... More
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 art. The hotel boasts a staggering 7,000 original works throughout the... More
Two Poydras Street Map
Rate includes a $50 USD daily hotel credit
Hilton New Orleans Riverside in New Orleans is a high-rise hotel, which boasts contemporary styling with a little Cajun flair. As you navigate around the British Plaza traffic circle and stop near the lobby, you'll be greeted by native palm trees and other tropical... More
115 Decatur Street Map
Bluegreens Club La Pension resort in New Orleans every vacation suite has been adorned with one-of-a-kind eclectic pieces from local artists. Special amenities include a kitchenette with mini-fridge and microwave, white-on-white bedding with plush top mattress and... More
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 with antiques, chandeliers, and original artwork. This inn in New... More
The Holiday Inn French Quarter's 1800s Creole-styled colonnades combine a boutique ambience with the reliability of the Holiday Inn brand and an IHG Green Engage conservation label for sustainable, yet comfy, hospitality. Visitors are far enough from the raucous nightlife... More
931 Canal Street Map
Rate Includes Breakfast
The Saint Hotel, Autograph Collection® welcomes you to an experience unique to New Orleans luxury hotels. This one-of-a-kind building originally served as a hotel, later becoming office and retail space. In 2010, The Saint Hotel in New Orleans reopened, becoming the... More
The Doubletree Hotel New Orleans is an ideal place to stay for a lively visit to New Orleans. Guests begin enjoying Southern hospitality from the minute they receive their famous warm Doubletree chocolate chip cookies at check-in. Right in the heart of the entertainment... More
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Forget the beads, learn the real history of the Creoles who created this legendary neighborhood. Stroll through Jackson Square, home to St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo and the Presbytere. Stop for a coffee at Café du Monde, then listen to New Orleans jazz at Preservation Hall.
Certainly in step with its bawdy reputation, there's still plenty of old-world charm here. Wander past glamorous hotels and the Old Absinthe House, then bring your appetite to Galatoire's Restaurant for authentic French Creole cuisine.
Visit the seriously eclectic American section of town, known for its Greek Revival and Italianate architecture. See marvelous, antique-filled homes come to life with tales from expert tour guides.
Commander's Palace Restaurant
With plenty of bragging rights in tow (Chef Tory McPhail was named to the Culinary Institute of America's Hall of Fame), you'll zap your taste buds with Creole favorites like crawfish maque choux, crispy soft-shell crab, and grilled porterhouse of Colorado lamb.
One of the oldest cemeteries in New Orleans, the grounds date back to 1824.Wall vaults line the cemetery's perimeter, and noteworthy tombs include Gen. Harry T. Hays of the Confederate Army and the Brunies family, notable New Orleans jazz musicians.
National World War II Museum
Recognized by Congress as the country's official World War II museum, this presents the story of America's involvement through photographs, artifacts and film footage. See the famous Higgins landing craft, a Sherman tank, jeeps, half-tracks, and a fully restored C-47.
St. Charles Avenue Streetcar
For a laidback exploration of the Central Business District (CBD), the Garden District and Uptown, board the streetcar at the corner of Carondelet and Canal streets (Stop No. 0).
One block from Bourbon Street, Royal Street is best known for its iron-lace balconies, art galleries, restaurants (Brennan's, the Court of Two Sisters) and elegant hotels. Although it stretches from Canal Street to Faubourg Marigny, Bywater, and the Lower 9th Ward, the most famous section is in the French Quarter when the blocks between St. Louis and St. Ann transforms mid-day into a current of street performers and jazz bands.
Get your live-music fix (and one-drink minimum) along this four-block stretch in the Faubourg Marigny neighborhood. On any given night, you'll hear modern jazz, swinging traditional jazz, Latin American and rockabilly. Noteworthy clubs include D.B.A., Checkpoint Charlie's, Dragon's Den, the Spotted Cat and Sweet Lorraine's.
Audubon Nature Institute
Bring youngsters to their kind of party. Meet zebras, bears, giraffes and penguins at the zoo, feed birds and cool off in the splash park. The Aquarium has stingray touch tanks, plus an IMAX Theatre.
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