COLLECTION OF HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS HOTELS IN DOWNTOWN OR THE FRENCH QUARTER
Historic hotels with a personalized approach to service
BLAKE HOTEL NEW ORLEANS, BW PREMIER COLLECTION
CULTURE & CUISINE
voco, ST. JAMES HOTEL NEW ORLEANS, an IHG hotel
CHARMING 19th CENTURY BOUTIQUE
LA GALERIE HOTEL, FRENCH QUARTER
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN CULTURE
HOTEL ST. PIERRE
OLD WORLD COTTAGE
ANDREW JACKSON HOTEL
FRENCH TOWNHOUSE CHARM
TRAVEL IS BETTER TOGETHER
Explore what’s inside
Excuses to Stay Another Day or Come Back Again
FESTIVALS & MUSIC
New Orleans is the birthplace of Jazz but our festivals and music today range between every musical expression all year long. Spring is one of our favorite times of the year in New Orleans.
The city’s biggest festival begins on Twelfth Night, January 6 and ends on Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras Day. Mardi Gras Day is always the day before Ash Wednesday or 47 days before Easter.
The New Orleans Saints play their home games in the Caesar’s Superdome and the New Orleans Pelicans play their home games in the Smoothie King Center.
New Orleans offers plenty of ways to educate and amuse with our museums throughout our city. The National WWII Museum, Mardi Gras World and New Orleans Museum of Art just to name a few.
Our unique attractions offer from the exotic to a scenic cruise down the Mississippi to the lush beauty of the Amazon Rainforest. Explore the many attractions uniquely ours.
There’s no place like New Orleans when it comes to delicious food. Dining in New Orleans is truly an experience, and it’s worth a trip just to enjoy the taste of New Orleans.