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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most New Orleans hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
For more information about the impact of COVID-19 on your New Orleans trip, please visit our Coronavirus Information page.
There are loads of fantastic things you can do when you're in a new place. So why not get your trip to New Orleans off to a sensational start by perusing some of our top tips? After all – out there starts here!
You're going to find yourself surrounded by notable things to see and do, like the New Orleans Museum of Art and French Market. If you really want to make the most of your time here, also consider visiting Jackson Square and Audubon Park.
Over the years, countless great minds and visionaries have studied within the lecture rooms of Tulane University. Learn about its history and achievements, and stroll its stately campus on a guided tour. Adventurers in this destination have an abundance of choice. Do you have an inquisitive mind? Love knowing how things are put together? Take a tour through Mardi Gras World and see for yourself what goes into making their products from start to finish. Still got time on your hands? History has many lessons to teach us. Soak up the knowledge and learn from the past at National World War II Museum.
Holidays are pretty cool to start with. But taking advantage of the fabulous activities on offer always makes them better!
Your trip to New Orleans is just about to get really exciting. There are loads of things to do, such as:
To take a look at a comprehensive list of activities, head to our New Orleans things to do page.
New Orleans boasts 193 centrally located properties, so why hesitate? Select your ideal accommodation for your luxury getaway or cheap holiday with the help of Expedia.
If you're the sort of person that can't get to sleep unless they're lying on 1000 thread count sheets, why not snuggle down in luxury at the Windsor Court Hotel (300 Gravier St) or The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans (921 Canal St)? Alternatively, the Jean Lafitte House (613 Esplanade Ave) and the French Quarter Suites Hotel (1119 North Rampart Street) are two accommodation worth considering if you're travelling on a budget.
Nobody loves waiting around at the airport. But it's a small price to pay when you think about the holiday waiting on the other side! Found 11 miles west of New Orleans, Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is the closest terminal.
The pool was nice and the room is decent. If you booked a deluxe queen, I’d upgrade to a king bed. The location is perfect for bourbon street.
This is our favorite hotel when we visit New Orleans. Great location and amazing staff! They have a convenient parking garage attached to the hotel. $38 for 24 hours. which isn’t bad considering the other places to park. The hotel is attached to an upscale mall on the bottom floor that has stores ...
Staff was very friendly and cautious considering the Covid-19 situation. We did not get our luggage and the front desk personnel personally called the airline to track our bags.
It was beautiful and exceptionally clean. One of the nicest places we’ve ever stayed at.
I definitely recommend this hotel. Despite the changes due to COVID 19, we were able to enjoy our stay for my birthday weekend. The staff was very friendly and helpful and thorough with explaining changes in the hotel. The lobby was very clean and our room was clean and fresh. Not to mention it was ...
We had a pleasant stay at the Embassy Suites. It's a comfortable walking distance from the French Quarter, an easy streetcar ride from the Garden District, and close to restaurants, galleries, the World War II Museum, etc. These are challenging times for hotels, but despite it all, the staff was ...
Great stay, friendly staff. The only negative experience would house keeping did not check in once on my 4 day stay. I had to enoty my own trash and stock up on supplies when the cart was in the hallway.