New Orleans hotels

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Low Season January
High Season October
  Average price (weeknight): C$ 182
  Average price (weekend night): C$ 380

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Top tips for finding the perfect New Orleans hotel

If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in New Orleans that is near the city’s major attractions, try looking in the neighborhoods of Marigny, which has a few more budget-friendly options, such as the Olde Town Inn.
If you’re looking for pet-friendly accommodations in the heart of the city, you will find more choices in the French Quarter, like the Omni Royal Orleans Hotel.
Business travelers who need accommodation near the airport can try neighborhoods that border Louis Armstrong International Airport. You’ll find the Wyndham Garden New Orleans Airport Hotel in Westgate or the Days Inn New Orleans Airport in South Kenner.
The Warehouse District is convenient if you want to stay close to the Convention Center. The Omni Riverfront Hotel is a great hotel nearby.
For those looking to stay near the cruise port, the Hilton New Orleans Riverside is a good option right on the waterfront.
In town for an event and looking for hotels near the Superdome? The Holiday Inn New Orleans-Downtown Superdome in the Central Business District provides one of the closest options.
Antique lovers and history buffs will find plenty of choice in the Garden District, but for those who want to stay right in the middle of the action, there’s the Four Points by Sheraton French Quarter on Bourbon Street. Budget-friendly options such as Place d'Armes Hotel can be found just a short walk away.
If you’re at one of the hotels on St Charles Avenue, like the Best Western Plus St. Charles Inn, then it’s only a short walk to the RTA bus Magazine Street line, which runs from downtown to uptown and is a cost-effective way to see all the attractions along the way.

FAQs when booking a hotel in New Orleans

How much is a cheap hotel in New Orleans?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in New Orleans for as cheap as C$ 24 in the last 3 days. The average price is C$ 256.
How much is a hotel in New Orleans for tonight?
In the last 72 hours, users have found New Orleans hotels for tonight for as low as C$ 27. Users have also found 3-star hotels from C$ 99 and 4-star hotels from C$ 148.
How much is a hotel in New Orleans for this weekend?
In the last 72 hours, users have found New Orleans hotels for this weekend for as low as C$ 27 per night. Users have also found 3-star hotels from C$ 121 and 4-star hotels from C$ 195.
Which are the most popular New Orleans neighborhoods to stay in?
Hotels in Central Business District, French Quarter and Garden District have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about New Orleans' different neighborhoods, check out our New Orleans' City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
What are good family hotels in New Orleans?
The Homewood Suites by Hilton in the French Quarter is a good pick for families. The property has plenty of family-friendly amenities, with suites and kitchenettes. The Blake Hotel on St Charles Ave is located close to public transportation and is another convenient option for families or groups traveling together.
How to find a good hotel near Canal Street?
Canal Street was once the main street of New Orleans, and many of the old buildings have been repurposed by luxury hotels, so there are 5-star options aplenty. The Ritz Carlton in the French Quarter is located close to all of Canal Street’s popular shopping areas, while the nearby New Orleans Marriott is a cheaper choice in the same location.
Are there hotels in New Orleans with free parking?
The La Quinta Inn in the West Bank/Gretna area has free parking and is close to attractions like the Manhattan Plaza shopping center and the German-American Cultural Center. For those who want to stay a bit closer to the nightlife but are trying to keep costs down, The Garden District House is a budget-conscious option in the Garden District.
How to find a quiet and relaxing hotel in New Orleans?
If you’re looking for peace and quiet, then it’s best to avoid picking a hotel along the main tourist strips. The InterContinental New Orleans in the Central Business District is a nice, quiet choice away from the bustle of Canal Street but still within walking distance from the major attractions on Bourbon Street. The Best Western Plus French Quarter Landmark Hotel is another good choice.

Where to stay in New Orleans?

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Best New Orleans hotels

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Pro " Everything was excellent "
Con " The valet parking was backed up "
C$ 333
9.2 Excellent (3,615 reviews)
Pro " The best hotel ever! Free breakfast, lunch, and 3 cocktails daily! Very clean and it’s in the perfect location. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 302
Pro " The pool area was amazing. "
Con " Room was rather small "
C$ 496
9.1 Excellent (2,751 reviews)
Pro " The staff and location were amazing. "
Con " The room was very dusty. "
C$ 263
9.1 Excellent (2,118 reviews)
Pro " Loved everything about Hotel Mazarin. "
Con " Loud noise during night from people partying. "
C$ 397
9.1 Excellent (1,865 reviews)
Pro " New/ updated room, excellent location. "
Con " The walls were thin, the parking was expensive. "
C$ 283
9.1 Excellent (1,856 reviews)
Pro " Right on the main drag. Streetcar stops right outside "
Con " Weird pathway to the pool - very convoluted but I guess because of the geography of the rooms it was necessary "
C$ 289
9.1 Excellent (1,136 reviews)
Pro " No vending machines for beverages or snacks. No ability to order food if you don’t want to get out. "
Con " Bad experience with valet parking. Our garage opener and key card were removed. Called both hotel and third party vendor but no response or concern. "
C$ 358
9.1 Excellent (1,087 reviews)
Pro " I came to New Orleans for a weekend getaway with friends and loved every moment of it. The Quisby was only a short ride away to The Quarter and the staff was very helpful. Happy hour was probably the next best thing! "
Con " The elevator could use maintenance since it was shaking going up to my room. "
C$ 210
9.0 Excellent (4,688 reviews)
Pro " It was beautiful Great location. "
Con " The road constructions next to hotel "
C$ 388
Pro " No review available "
Con " Great Customer Service & Location! Was a great value for the price. "
C$ 312
Pro " The Bed Was Very Comfortable!. "
Con " Very low flow shower water pressure. "
C$ 287
9.0 Excellent (2,215 reviews)
Pro " Super-comfortable bed and spacious room. "
Con " No convenience store nearby but it's OK "
C$ 362
9.0 Excellent (2,183 reviews)
Pro " Breakfast was great- liked the variety. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 285
9.0 Excellent (1,809 reviews)
Pro " The bar was great. "
Con " The room was dirty, the sink clogged. "
C$ 1010

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9.5 Excellent (1,075 reviews)
Pro " Valet parking is $44/night "
Con " No review available "
C$ 530
Pro " Atmosphere "
Con " A little overpriced. "
C$ 387
8.8 Excellent (3,475 reviews)
Pro " No review available "
Con " No review available "
C$ 380
8.2 Excellent (7,691 reviews)
Pro " No review available "
Con " Rooms does not have a mini fridge. "
C$ 291