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1870 Banana Courtyard French Quarter/New Orleans B&B
1422 N. Rampart St.
New Orleans, LA 70116
504-947-4475
Ooh la la. (Naughty. In 1800s, our New Orleans bed and breakfast home was a bordello catering to society’s elite). Now, a New Orleans bed and breakfast, in a convenient New Orleans location, so no car needed. YESSIREE. Our accommodations at the B&B are an easy walk to all attractions in New Orleans French Quarter. Music clubs and bars on Bourbon Street, the nightlife in the French Quarter is something you’ll never forget. Restaurants in New Orleans rival those in any major city, and there seems to be music on…
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1896 O'Malley House
120 South Pierce Street
New Orleans, LA 70119
+1 504-488-5896
1896 O’Malley House is a lovely bed & breakfast in the famous historic city of New Orleans. Our outstanding hospitality and comfortable rooms will make your stay better than you could have imagined. We love our guests and will make sure you are armed with the best information before you hit the streets for your Crescent City fun! We are located in the midst of the city, which makes a great central location from which to see the city’s main attractions. The house is a beautiful Colonial Revival residence that’s…
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Aaron Ingram Haus
1012 Elysian Fields
New Orleans, LA 70117
504-949-3110
Our air-conditioned suites are furnished with comfortable queen-sized beds. Free Wi-Fi in most suites, color cable TV and alarm clocks are standard amenities. Your kitchen is complete with stove, refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster and microwave oven. Our suites give you more options and, we think, our rates are one of the best values in the city. Ingram Haus’ minimum-stay is three nights (some special event periods have longer minimum-stay requirements). Take advantage of our ‘extended stay’ rates and you can plan an extended business trip or a vacation in your…
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Ace Hotel New Orleans
600 Carondelet Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 900 1180
Ace Hotel New Orleans sits on the corner of Carondelet and Lafayette streets in the Warehouse District of one of the best cities on Earth. The feel of weft and warp woven together by countless anthropologies and creation stories far too vast for any single person to own. So it belongs to the whole city.
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AC Hotel New Orleans Bourbon
221 Carondelet St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 962-0700
Connect to the city in a completely new way at the AC Hotel New Orleans Bourbon/French Quarter Area. We offer an immersive and authentic travel experience here in New Orleans’ most iconic neighborhood. Gracious, comfortable, and chic, our 220 hotel rooms stretch over eight floors, and feature complimentary mini-fridges and crisp duvets. Many of our rooms also offer sweeping views of the city. Enjoy the freedom of complimentary wireless Internet access throughout the hotel, and stay energized with a workout in our fitness center. Whether you’re planning an intimate get-together…
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Aloft Hotel New Orleans Downtown
225 Baronne St
New Orleans, LA 70112
504-581-9225
Celebrate your style at Aloft New Orleans Downtown, a hip new hotel in this culturally rich city’s central business district. We offer easy-breezy access to corporate offices, the biomedical district, sports arenas, the French Quarter, and three streetcar lines. Breeze into one of our Aloft rooms, featuring our ultra-comfortable signature bed, walk-in shower, custom amenities by Bliss® Spa, and more. Our plug & play connectivity station charges all your electronics and links to the 42” LCD TV to maximize work and play. Meet & mingle with friends at our w…
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Alto
600 Carondelet Street
New Orleans, La 70130
Alto is Ace Hotel New Orleans’ rooftop garden. From 10am–9pm, you can relax poolside while snacking on small plates, sipping seasonal cocktails and enjoying panoramic views of the city. The hotel’s culinary partners, Chefs Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman, along with Executive Chef Phillip Mariano, have crafted an Italian-inspired menu focused on salads, seafood and spiedini. In addition to cocktails, Alto’s inspired bar offers a rotating tap, frozen drinks, craft beer and fine wine.
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Andrew Jackson Hotel
919 Royal St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 561-5881
Historic intimate boutique hotel in the heart of the French Quarter.
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Astor Crowne Plaza
739 Canal St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 962-0500
Exactly 1 mile from the convention center and located on the most exciting street in the city, the Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Quarter hotel seamlessly blends modern convenience with historic architecture and impeccable service. This upscale gem among New Orleans French Quarter hotels is 14 stories still bears the storied Astor name on its façade. Offering the amenities you’ve come to expect in a business hotel, the Crowne Plaza French Quarter hotel includes a business center with a printer, copier and scanner – so you can keep up while…
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Atlas House
1354 Magazine St
Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 400-4851
Student dorms and private rooms at Atlas House are great for visitors on a budget.
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Auberge NOLA Hostel
1628 Carondelet St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 524-5980
Boutique Social Accommodation in the Lower Garden District. Perfectly located right off of the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar line giving you 24/7 access to the French Quarter, CBD, and Uptown. (Facebook)
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Auld Sweet Olive Bed and Breakfast
2460 North Rampart Street
New Orleans, LA 70117
+1 504-947-4332
Nestled in New Orleans’ Faubourg Marigny (just 9 blocks from the French Quarter and 4 blocks from Frenchmen Street), Auld Sweet Olive Bed and Breakfast is a charming 1850s Creole home. Our guest bedrooms, each with their own private bath, are lovingly hand-painted by a local artist. Enjoy the comfortable double parlor, the garden and veranda, the private courtyard, and our delicious complimentary breakfast. Think of us as your home away from home in New Orleans … a peaceful and romantic hideaway next to all fantastic music, dining, and fun…
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Avenue Plaza Resort
2111 Saint Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 566-1212
With a rich cultural history and a vibrant entertainment lifestyle like no other, New Orleans, Louisiana is known throughout the world as one of the top vacation destinations in the U.S. Avenue Plaza Resort is perfectly situated in the heart of the beautiful Garden District to provide easy access to all of the wonderful attractions that New Orleans has to offer. Just steps from this charming vacation rental is the St. Charles street car that will whisk you away in no time to the most popular landmarks like the French…
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Best Western Bayou Inn
9008 Westbank Expwy.
Westwego, LA 70094
504-304-7980
Exceeding Your Expectations Start your morning with a complimentary newspaper, and prepare for your day with a steaming cup of coffee and a full hot breakfast. If you would rather stay in, your room comes fully stocked with a refrigerator, microwave, desk, and coffeemaker for your convenience. 24-Hour Front Desk Fax & Photocopy Services Free Parking Truck and RV Parking Guest Appreciation Happy Hour from 5pm-8pm Bus Parking Interior Corridor Mail Services Cable or Satellite Television 100% Smoke Free Guest Room Amenities: Cable satellite television with HBO® Desk/work area Coffee/tea…
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Best Western Plus St. Christopher Hotel
114 Magazine St
New Orleans, LA 70130
504-648-0444
Start your New Orleans vacation off right with a free deluxe continental breakfast at the Best Western Plus St. Christopher. You’ll enjoy such hot items as scrambled eggs, an assortment of breakfast meats, and a short stack of fluffy pancakes. Lunch and dinner are readily available nearby. Across the street is the Palace Cafe for spicy Cajun dishes, while both Restaurant August for International cuisine and the Acme Oyster House for delectable seafood favorites are within walking distance. At the end of the day, the hotel welcomes guests in its…
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Bienville House Hotel
320 Decatur St
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 529-2345
Just as the French Quarter is perfectly situated in the heart of New Orleans, the Bienville House Hotel in New Orleans is perfectly situated in the midst of the historic French Quarter. With a recent multi-million dollar renovation, the 83-room hotel is a truly distinctive French Quarter hotel. It offers premium accommodations with a boutique hotel feel with many amenities. The historic hotel has a sense of style and grace only to be found in America’s most interesting city, New Orleans. TAG Approved
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Blake Hotel New Orleans
500 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 522-9000
Rich in history, with a culture and cuisine to match, there’s no place like New Orleans. And, what better place to sample all the sights and flavors of this iconic southern city than at the newly renovated Blake Hotel New Orleans? Enjoy the picturesque view of the city from one of our spacious rooms, with the deluxe amenities you expect from a true boutique hotel. Spend time with friends at our inviting Café on the Square, where breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner offers you authentic Louisiana fare. Even a wait…
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Blue60 Guest House
1008 Elysian Fields Ave
New Orleans, LA 70117
504.324.4311
The Blue60 Guest House is in the center of the beautiful Faubourg Marigny district of New Orleans. We are located just a few short blocks from the famous French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Frenchman Street and the French Market. The Marigny offers a large variety of restaurants, live music clubs, bars exactly how you imagine them, and a world of charm most tourists rarely get to experience. It’s all within a 6 block radius. The house was built in 1842. Each of our 5 guest rooms offers the convenience of a…
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Blue Moon Saloon
215 E Convent St
Lafayette, LA 70501
(337) 234-2422
The Blue Moon Saloon opened in April of 2002 on the back porch of the Blue Moon Guesthouse and has since become one of America’s premier venues for roots music from around the world. This world famous honky tonk is a home-grown place where all kinds and sizes are welcome, the Saloon is more than a venue or a gig. It has become a meeting place where world travelers, community organizations, families, artists and politicians rub elbows, dance, drink a few and thank their lucky stars they have the good…
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Bon Maison Guest House
835 Bourbon St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 561-8498
The 1833 Historic Town House and Slave Quarters are located in the heart of the French Quarter on Bourbon Street. Relax in our beautiful Courtyard. Shopping and restaurants are only steps away. Great for small groups!
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Bourbon Orleans Hotel
717 Orleans St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 523-2222
Located in the lively French Quarter this hotel has 19th-century charm at Bourbon and Orleans Streets. Discover a place where old world charm meets new world luxury. Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter, the Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel features a rich history and opulent French styling reminiscent of the early 1800s. Its central New Orleans location, just steps away from the famed St. Louis Cathedral, means you’re never far from the best the city has to offer-from upscale shopping on Royal Street, to the local artists and…
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B & W Courtyards
2425 Chartres St.
New Orleans, LA 70117
504-945-9418
This New Orleans Bed and Breakfast is a collection of 1854 French Creole Cottages divided by courtyards, an award winning French Quarter Style Creole architectural restoration. Dana and Tom are only the fourth owners of this property since 1854. In 1997, B&W Courtyards received the top award for architectural restoration by the City of New Orleans. Some of the Amenities you’ll find at B&W Courtyards are: Unmatched Service provided with Southern Hospitality All rooms feature private baths, central air & heat, cable TV Upscale Continental Breakfast served 8:30-10 a.m. Most…
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Canal Street Inn
3620 Canal St.
New Orleans, LA 70119
504-483-3033
A New Orleans bed and breakfast like no other, the elegant Canal Street Inn, with original historical architecture is located in the heart of Mid-City. We are located on world-famous Canal Street, the original dividing line between the European and American sectors of the city. Hop on the Canal Street streetcar line and take a convenient ride to the famous French Quarter, the Garden District, Audubon Zoo, Mercedes Benz Superdome, Magazine Street, Fairgrounds, Cemeteries, City Park and all the other wonderful New Orleans activities.
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Catahoula Hotel
914 Union St
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 603-2442
The Catahoula Hotel is a 35-room boutique hotel in downtown New Orleans, located near the French Quarter and the Superdome. Originally built in 1845, the hotel resides in a restored creole townhouse nestled on a quiet side street in the Central Business District.
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Chateau Hotel
1001 Chartres St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 524-9636
The Chateau Hotel is a beautifully restored and appointed 18th Century mansion. In keeping with the architecture of the Chateau, each renovated guest room tells a unique story. Among our 49 beautiful guest rooms and suites, some have a view of the beautifully landscaped courtyard and pool, which once served as the mansion’s slave quarters, while others have a view of the vibrant French Quarter.
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Chateau LeMoyne French Quarter
301 Dauphine St
New Orleans, LA 70112
504-581-1303
The original property, built 140 years ago as townhouses was designed by famed architect James Gallier. Recently renovated, the refined Chateau LeMoyne exudes history and sophistication. We are a charming boutique hotel comprised of 171 unique guestrooms and suites. Our alluring standard rooms echo the ambiance of French Quarter History with a modern twist. Our Creole Suites feature original brick walls, cypress beam ceilings and an independent seating area for entertaining. Enhance your stay, enjoying the streetscape while sipping a cocktail when you reserve a balcony room. However you choose…
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Chez Palmiers Bed and Breakfast
1744 N Rampart Street
New Orleans, LA 70116
504.208.704
Chez Palmiers is the expression of its owners’ love for New Orleans and their desire to be part of this great city’s recovery. Located in the historic Faubourg Marigny just two blocks from the French Quarter and four blocks from Frenchman Street (popular with the neighborhood’s locals), you’ll be within easy walking distance of many of the sites, restaurants, bars and clubs, and the characters and music that have made New Orleans famous. Public transportation is not far way, making it easy to explore other parts of the city as…
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Chimes Bed & Breakfast
1146 Constantinople St
New Orleans, LA 70115
504-899-2621
Since 1986, the family-owned Chimes Bed and Breakfast has been serving guests in New Orleans’ Uptown/Garden District neighborhood. Nestled between the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line and Magazine Street, the Chimes is located nearby many of the city’s best attractions, restaurants and shops. We hope you enjoy your stay! - Jill and Charles Abbyad
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City House Hostel New Orleans
129 Burgundy St
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 571-9854
Ride the streetcar along tree lined streets and past cemeteries that host parties, or listen to jazz at one of dozens of famous music joints throughout the city. It’s pretty hard to get stressed in New Orleans, but having a good time is easy – especially when you stay at City House: New Orleans. We are proud to be the only legal hostel in the French Quarter, just 2 blocks to world famous Bourbon Street, the street-cars of Canal Street, and all the jazz and uniquely New Orleans style of…
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Cornstalk Hotel
915 Royal St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 523-1515
The Cornstalk Hotel has been newly renovated and refurbished featuring fourteen exquisite guest rooms. Brilliant crystal chandeliers, antique mirrors and furnishings adorn the entrance hall, beautifully set off by high vaulted ceilings. The rosette scrolls, cherubs, medallions, stained-glass windows, fireplaces and canopy beds are all relics of a Louisiana plantation home. We are in the heart of the Vieux Carre’ (French Quarter), with the sights, the sounds, the gourmet food and night life of old New Orleans. (from TripAdvisor.com)

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