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Hotel deals in New Orleans

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If you’re ready for a weekend adventure in New Orleans, brace yourself for the humidity, get hydrated, and laissez le bon temps rouler. While you may think of nothing but Mardi Gras beads and beignets when New Orleans comes to mind, there’s more simmering in this city than drool-worthy pots of gumbo.

When you book last-minute hotel deals in New Orleans, hit the Crescent City with your party pants on. Join the parade route, stroll through the lush Garden District, cruise Bourbon Street, grab a slice of king cake, and hope you get the embedded baby for luck. If you want to do N’Awlins to the max, here are the top ways to keep it breezy in the Big Easy.

Close (French) Quarters

Sipping in the Streets: Good news, French Quarter devotees—that yard-long Hurricane drink you just ordered? You can take it to-go as you wander freely down Bourbon. As long as your cocktail comes served in plastic, you’re good to roam. You can even order daiquiris from a drive-thru window. New Orleans Original Daiquiris has been around for decades and has locations all around the city. Just make sure to bring the frosty treat back to your New Orleans French Quarter hotel before you start slurping.

Now That’s Some Good Eatin’: The rumors about the South are true—folks love to feed you down here. So, make sure you pack your eating pants, and prepare to chow down on New Orleans’ finest bites. From fried oyster po’boys at Liuzza’s by the Track to crawfish boils (yes, you should suck the head) eaten over the daily newspaper, this city knows how to eat. Don’t forget to leave room for a sno-ball (try the Cream of Nectar) at the iconic Hansen’s Sno-Bliz.

See You Later, Alligator: Seeing the swampy side of New Orleans is a must-do while you’re here. Whether you book an airboat gator tour or just keep your eyes peeled on a walk through City Park, you’ll find alligators making a splash in the area. If your taste buds lean toward the adventurous, you can even find them on a plate. Popular Cajun eatery Cochon offers up fried bites of gator sauced with a chili garlic mayo, while Dat Dog slings gator sausages decked out on a bun.

Get Jazzy with It: This is the birthplace of jazz, and you will hear it played live all around town—including church services and funerals. No matter which neighborhood you’re exploring, from Treme to uptown, the tunes will find you. Swing into free jazz sets played at Musical Legends Park or seek out the world-renowned Preservation Hall, then saunter back to one of the best hotels in New Orleans to give those dancing feet a break. At least until tomorrow.

Frequently Asked Questions About New Orleans

What is the best area to stay in New Orleans?

When you’re looking for last-minute hotel deals in New Orleans, booking a Hotwire Hot Rate gets you the most for your money. You can find 4-star hotels at a 2-star price, so you have more cash for a daily beignet feast. That includes some of the best hotels in New Orleans, in the best areas in town. You find yourself in the center of it all at The Roosevelt New Orleans, a Waldorf Astoria Hotel, just outside the French Quarter, or near the Garden District and the convention center at Hyatt Place New Orleans Convention Center.

What are the best hotels near French Quarter?

If you want to be right in the heart of the action, pick New Orleans French Quarter hotels for some shut eye. Even if your budget is tight and you want cheap hotels in New Orleans French Quarter, booking a Hotwire Hot Rate could get you way more than you expect. You could bag a 4-star hotel like Wyndham New Orleans – French Quarter for just a fraction of what you’d expect to pay, and end up staying in one of the best hotels near the French Quarter.

What are the best cheap hotels in New Orleans?

Just because you’re searching for cheap hotels in New Orleans, doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice quality. You could venture across the bridge and stay outside town to save at Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Slidell to stay on budget, or you can use Hotwire Hot Rates to grab cheap hotels downtown New Orleans and get even more bang for your buck.

Which hotels are closest to Louis Armstrong Intl Airport?

There are several conveniently located hotels near New Orleans airport to make travel a breeze, including Contempra Inn. But when you book hotels by New Orleans airport with a Hotwire Hot Rate, you could end up getting more amenities for less. If you need to hitch a ride, you might even end up with New Orleans hotels with airport shuttle to get you where you need to go. And thanks to Hotwire Hot Rates, you can find last-minute deals on 4-star hotels at a 2-star prices.

What are the best hotels in New Orleans near Bourbon Street?

If you’re coming to party, you’ll want hotels close to Bourbon Street in New Orleans. When you use Hotwire Hot Rates to book a place, you might even end up with New Orleans hotels on Bourbon Street, like Bourbon Orleans Hotel. Hot Rate Deals make sure you get everything you want for less—like 4-star hotels at 2-star prices.

Is it safe to travel to New Orleans during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis?

With recent closures and reopenings, you may be wondering is it safe to travel to New Orleans right now. When you book a last-minute trip to NOLA, make sure to check the most up-to-date information on safety measures, closures, and guidance on traveling during Coronavirus.