Bargain hunters looking for a cheap hotel in New Orleans will find good value for their money at Blake Hotel New Orleans, BW Premier Collection or Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Convention Center, with an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace. 62 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to Louis Armstrong Park. If you consider staying in Mid-City district, opt for a budget-friendly Nola Jazz House Hostel.
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Where to stay in New Orleans?
Best cheap hotels in New Orleans
New Orleans airports & Subway stations
When staying at Ace Hotel New Orleans near Union train station, guests benefit from convenient proximity of New Orleans's main attractions.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
When staying in the city center of New Orleans, consider Place D'Armes with room rates from 308US$. Four Points By Sheraton French Quarter is another option situated in the center of New Orleans with an outdoor swimming pool, a casino and a health club available. For hotels in Treme district 1600 feet from the city center, check out New Orleans Guest House.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in New Orleans
One of the 34 top-rated luxury hotels is Doubletree By Hilton New Orleans, situated in Downtown New Orleans district, featuring a tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and a health club. Best Western Plus St. Christopher Hotel in Arts - Warehouse district is a fancy boutique hotel in New Orleans that offers pure glamor. Another option is to check out the rates and amenities at the chain hotels, such as Best Western Plus French Quarter Landmark Hotel or Best Western Plus St. Charles Inn, close to House of Broel.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Families can consider booking an apartment Stay Alfred At Factors Row, close to Andrew Jackson Statue that features a sunbathing terrace and a sun deck. 323 B&Bs in New Orleans are available for booking, such as Walk To French Quarter Modern Cozy Condo or Garden District Delight. If you're traveling for business, there are several hotels in New Orleans that offer business accommodations, such as Holiday Inn Express New Orleans East or Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near The French Quarter. Hotel De L'Eau Vive is a 3-star resort hotel featuring an outdoor swimming pool, a casino and a Jacuzzi alongside with stunning views.
City Guide: Discover the best of New Orleans
Important Mississippi Junction
New Orleans is located in the southeast of the US state of Louisiana. The Mississippi River, famous all over the world, crosses this city. Highways that run through it lead to other states nearby, like Alabama, Texas and Mississippi. That's why New Orleans is a major transportation hub, not to mention its connection to Amtrak, the national railroad company, and Louis Armstrong International Airport, set around 20 km west of downtown. You can easily reach the city center from the airport by the 202-Airport Express. Explore New Orleans by bike, ferry, bus or historic streetcars - its urban transport system will help you to reach your destination point no matter where you book your hotel.
Important locations: port, university, trade fairs
No surprise that due to its location, New Orlean has one of the largest ports of its kind in the world, meaning that it handles a huge part of exports. That attracts such well-known companies as AT&T, IBM and Lockheed Martin, settled in the city center. Trade fair events take place on a regular basis in the numerous conference centers during international congresses. The universities of Tulane and Loyola are worth mentioning, as they are really important and impressively big.
The colonial era calls: architectural sights
Take a stroll through the famous French Quarter to discover numerous imposing buildings from the beginning of the 18th century, like the St. Louis Cathedral, which is one of the oldest worship places in the USA, impressive with its interior and classical facade. For those who love history, we recommend visiting the Civil War Museum - the oldest one in Louisiana - a perfect spot to learn a lot of interesting facts about the region's past. Also, New Orleans has most haunted hotels with an interesting history, so don’t miss a chance.
For a good mood: music and dance
This city is considered to be the world capital of jazz and blues. You can hear the sound of brass instruments playing almost everywhere. To go deeper, travel to the Preservation Hall. Located in the very center of the French Quarter, this notorious music club is a treasure for jazz lovers. The famous New Orleans Carnival is held every February, so plan your trip carefully if you want to watch the entire city turning into a party. To make your visit truly memorable, don't miss out Mardi Gras Festival, which takes place on the last day of the carnival. Stroll down famous New Orleans Bourbon Street and explore historic landmarks, art galleries and clubs. In other words, if you stay at a hotel downtown, you can’t go wrong.
About shopping, art and food
From your hotel in the city, start your shopping adventure through the Garden District - this green picturesque quarter with villas in colonial style will offer you numerous boutiques, antique shops, shoe stores and jewelry along Magazine Street (10 km long). Cajun spices and Mardi Gras necklaces are perfect souvenirs from New Orleans. The Warehouse District can offer something for everyone interested in art - the Contemporary Arts Center has countless galleries. To try some southern specialties like famous gumbo stew, have dinner in one of the restaurants nearby, such as Herbsaint on 701 St Charles Avenue.