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Hotel Options in New Orleans

    New Orleans Marriott

    New Orleans Marriott

    555 Canal St, New Orleans, LA
    The price is $118 per night from Jul 8 to Jul 9
    $118
    per night
    Jul 8 - Jul 9
    8.4/10 Very Good! (1,678 reviews)
    Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Qtr - Astor

    Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Qtr - Astor

    739 Canal Street at Bourbon, New Orleans, LA
    The price is $95 per night from Jun 23 to Jun 24
    $95
    per night
    Jun 23 - Jun 24
    7.2/10 Good! (2,737 reviews)
    Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter

    Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter

    124 Royal St, New Orleans, LA
    The price is $110 per night from Jun 16 to Jun 17
    $110
    per night
    Jun 16 - Jun 17
    8.4/10 Very Good! (3,176 reviews)

New Orleans hostels – Party in the Big Easy

New Orleans is the largest city in Louisiana. Famous for being the home of jazz music and Mardi Gras, the city’s street carnival captures the true spirit of The Big Easy. New Orleans hostels make a perfect base from which to explore the city, its bars, music venues and parks. No trip is complete without a tour of the French Quarter, the cities oldest neighborhood which is home to historic architecture. Take a riverboat cruise down the Mississippi, or head to Bourbon Street, the best place for live music and cocktails.

New Orleans hostels

The best hostels in New Orleans, such as City House Hostel, Site 61 Hostel and IHSP French Quarter House, provide you with free Wi-Fi, a free breakfast, and private rooms. These also put you within easy reach of a streetcar line.

About New Orleans

The Garden District is the site of some of New Orleans’ most spectacular mansions, including Claiborne Cottage and Adam-Jones House. This upscale neighborhood is also home to Magazine Street, which features an array of shops and restaurants, Audubon Zoo, and the St. Charles streetcar, which has been running for more than 150 years.