The good times are always rolling here – from Bourbon Street to The French Quarter, the history of the city can be felt everywhere. Whether from the sound of Jazz coming from quaint cafes, the taste of fresh jambalaya, or the smell of freshly-baked beignets – New Orleans offers something for everybody. Take a guided ghost tour through the city, tour the elegant Garden District, or catch a few beads during Mardi Gras on Bourbon Street. A trip to this historic town will have you saying "Laissez les bon temps rouler!" in no time.
Street cars zip down charming oak tree-lined streets in the historic and charming Garden District. Opulence can be felt all around the area with manicured lawns and gleaming historical mansions on every street. Time seems to slow down and southern charm oozes from the upscale restaurants, shopping centers, and hotels of the area.
A mixture of commercial offices, entertainment venues, award-winning restaurants, and extremely walkable location, the Downtown/Business District offers the best of both worlds. Cheer on one of the multiple professional sports teams, catch a show at the Orpheum Theater, or jump on a street car to nearby museums or aquariums.SEARCH HOTELS
Set in the heart of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood, the ever-lively French Quarter, Bourbon Street is unarguably one of the liveliest, party streets in the city. No visit’s complete without a night-out filled with creole cuisine and trumpets echoing through the cobblestone streets. For an extra splash of spectacular, visit during the annual Mardi Gras celebration, where the drinks and the streets are never empty.SEARCH HOTELS
Where the past meets the present, the Arts District of New Orleans draws visitors in with its eclectic energy. James Beard Award-winning restaurants sit aside casual eateries and trendy bistros serving delicacies with French and Cajun flare. Lovers of travel will enjoy the upscale art galleries, wine bars, and performance centers of this popular New Orleans neighborhood.
Trendy restaurants, live music, and local art markets make the streets of the Marigny and Bywater district a popular place for locals and tourists alike. Soulful sounds from area jazz clubs fill the air as people come-and-go from the neighborhood in search of delicious bites and fresh beignets in Cajun bistros to fill their stomachs. Marigny is close enough to the action of the French Quarter but far enough away to explore New Orleans at your own pace.SEARCH HOTELS
There’s always a good time to be found in New Orleans. Whether you’re checking out the piano bars on Bourbon Street, celebrating Mardi Gras, or attending the world famous Jazz fest, you’ll be saying “let the good times roll in no time.”
Check out the Aquarium for an afternoon with the animals. Take a ghost tour around the city to see some of America’s most haunted places. Or hop on a cable-car to get a good look of the Big Easy.
Take an architecture tour through the quiet Garden district – where brick streets are lined with hundred-year-old Oak trees. Or take your time and stroll through the French Quarter.SEARCH ACTIVITIES
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