Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the New Orleans area.
New Orleans is at once an amusement park of sensuality, and a paradigm of Southern aristocratic elegance. The best times here are those without an agenda, as this is a living city where history and excitement are in perpetual creation. From the
bawdiest venues in and around the French Quarter, to the world class restaurants that showcase all of the Gulf's treasures, to the mansion-lined streets of the Garden District, and the riverboats cruising the Mississippi, each visit to New Orleans
will feel like a completely new experience because every corner of the city is so spiritually alive. Although Mardi Gras is now world famous and certainly worth experiencing, if you want to see something other than tourists, and experience the real New Orleans as it is enjoyed by the locals, then plan a trip during a different part of the year. New Orleans cuisine is largely influenced by Creole and Cajun traditions, and the unique style of live blues pouring out of the bars also is an authentic American synthesis of these cultures. Once a major center for slave traders, riverboat gamblers and desperate souls seeking refuge in absinthe, these historic moments of intense pleasure and human suffering haunt the city and lend a peculiar credibility to those who still practice the ancient magic and religions of Africa and the Caribbean. No matter the reason for your journey here, you will sense that the spirit of New Orleans has its own things to show you from the moment you arrive.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the New Orleans area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||French Quarter||·||New Orleans Business District|
|The world-famous French Quarter, bordering the Mississippi River, has classic hotels and bed-and-breakfasts.||The central business district is a short distance from downtown.|
|·||New Orleans Airport||·||New Orleans|
|Lodging near the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY), Kenner and other towns nearby.||Lodging options throughout the metropolitan area.|
|·||Garden District||·||Downtown New Orleans|
|Centered on St. Charles Street, the Garden District is located on the west end of downtown.||Lodging options in mid-city, generally just to the west of the French Quarter.|
|The Westbank area is located across the Mississippi just to the southeast of the French Quarter.||Lodging options in communities surrounding Greater New Orleans, including Houma, Thibodaux and others.|
|·||Baton Rouge Metro|
|Lodging options northwest of New Orleans, in the Baton Rouge metropolitan area.|
Area Facts: New Orleans came to be known as the "Crescent City," as its population grew along the curve of the Mississippi River's east bank. The local area code for New Orleans is 504.
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