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Windsor Court Hotel

Central Business District 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Everything English is worshipped here. The hotel even does an authentic afternoon tea service. — DK Eyewitness

It’s plush without being pompous, stately without being too serious. — Afar Magazine

A large pool, Jacuzzi, health club, in-room massage services – these are the sorts of things you can expect from one of New Orleans’ finer accommodations. — Lonely Planet

The 316-room Windsor may rise high above the Central Business District, but don’t expect all work and no play here. — Travel + Leisure

This four-star hotel just underwent a $22 million dollar restoration—it’s a really nice, solid option, with all the requisite amenities (and no ghosts). — goop

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Hotel Monteleone

French Quarter 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since 1886, the venerable Hotel Monteleone has stood at its fashionable Royal Street address in New Orleans' French Quarter. — Forbes Travel Guide

Everyone who stays here loves it, probably because it's a family hotel whose approach to business is reflected by the staff, among the most helpful in town. — Frommer's

This handsome French Quarter landmark is the oldest hotel in the city, owned by the same family since 1886, and hosting a fine array of writers and luminaries since then. — Rough Guide

The Monteleone is a big family-owned independent in one of the best locations in the French Quarter: right in the midst of the city's finest antiques shops. — Star Service

Perhaps the city’s most venerable old hotel, the Monteleone is also the French Quarter’s largest. — Lonely Planet

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The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Central Business District 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The grandeur of the hotel's gilded lobby and the Prohibition-style Sazerac Bar, clad in African walnut and Paul Ninas murals, earn this historic gem top marks. — Afar Magazine

One of the South’s first luxury hotels, The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel’s legendary past dates back to 1893. — Forbes Travel Guide

This grand property, just one street west of the French Quarter, embraces the elegance and drama of 1893 New Orleans. — Travel + Leisure

The Roosevelt is a movie star of a hotel: grand, glam, confident, memorable. — Frommer's

Enjoy the true feeling of historic New Orleans" at this "elegant" "oasis", a blend of "old-world comfort and luxury" and "modern updates". — Zagat

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Soniat House

French Quarter 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Charming boutique hotel ideally situated in the most atmospheric section of the French Quarter. — Andrew Harper

The Soniat House hotel in New Orleans is a picture-perfect southern stay right in the French Quarter. — Mr & Mrs Smith

A short walk from Cafe du Monde, this classic Creole-style town house in the French Quarter hasn't changed much since its beginnings in 1930. — Michelin Guide

A speck of tranquility in the French Quarter, and possibly the finest small hotel in the city. — Concierge

The three town houses that make up this hospitable hotel in the Lower Quarter epitomize Creole elegance at its unassuming best. — Lonely Planet

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Royal Sonesta New Orleans

French Quarter 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Most times of year this hotel exudes a gracious charm, but the location is ground zero for the tourist excesses during Mardi Gras. — Lonely Planet

Adding a touch of class to New Orleans’ tackiest thoroughfare is this grande dame of Bourbon Street, which houses a wealth of well-produced, higher-end New Orleans experiences, from fine dining to live jazz. — The Telegraph

Home to one of the largest and loveliest courtyard swimming pools in the city... an amazing place to relax. — Travel + Leisure

A touch of class on Bourbon. First kiss-worthy courtyard. — Not For Tourists

The "gorgeous", "nicely decorated" quarters ("well appointed" with flat-screens and pillow-tops) at this French Quarter "favorite" sure feel "royal", but its real appeal is "location, location, location". — Zagat

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W New Orleans - French Quarter

French Quarter 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"W" stands for "we need your Wallet, now, sir." — Not For Tourists

The renovated W in the French Quarter marries urban chic with traditional Vieux Carre architecture in a stellar location --- the best of all worlds. — Gayot

With a secluded courtyard and cabana-laden pool area, this modish boutique retreat manages to blend in a 'sense of place' with the feeling of a mini resort in its enviable downtown location. — The Telegraph

Bringing fashion to the French Quarter with a nouveau NOLA restaurant, chilled out pool and buzzy cocktail bar. — Jetsetter

Just a short walk from historic Jackson Square and a host of boutique shops and art galleries, this romantic boutique hotel is installed in the heart of the French Quarter. — Travel + Leisure

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Le Meridien New Orleans

Central Business District 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The W puts the L.A. in Nola. Like its sister hotels, its rooms and lobby boasts striking colors and sharp angles, all of it easy on the eye. — BlackBook

Attracting the "younger set", these "cutting-edge" digs "close to the French Quarter" provide "luxurious" "fun" with "chic" public spaces and "typical W bars and crowds". — Zagat

The W New Orleans will be reflagged as the city's first Le Meridien hotel after the hotel undergoes a $29 million renovation in 2014. Starwood Hotels & Resorts owns both W and Le... — Star Service

This seriously hip hotel has more going for it than design. Rooms have super-luxurious beds and all the electronic amenities. — DK Eyewitness

This hotel is giddy with ironic design twists, from the waiting bed in the lobby to the mega-size chairs in the sarcastically stocked library. — Gayot

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The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans

Central Business District 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

All the charm of a Garden District mansion, a short stumble from Bourbon Street. — Jetsetter

The rooms are what you'd expect from a Ritz-Carlton, but the most fun is wandering the sumptuous, cream-colored lobby level looking for celebs, if that's your bag. — BlackBook

This hotel actually comprises three hotels in one place (Iberville Suites and Maison Orleans are the other two). — DK Eyewitness

Think ornate furnishings, sumptuous linens, and a $3.5 million art collection. — Afar Magazine

This sparkling gem offers an enviable location, award-winning restaurants, posh accommodations, a pampering spa, and even some regional flavor often missing in this chain. — Star Service

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Omni Royal Orleans

French Quarter 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Omni Royal Orleans is an upscale business hotel housed in a historic building in the French Quarter. — Oyster

A swimming pool, and lots of different room configurations for families; on arrival, all kids get special backpacks filled with activity books and crayons. — Travel + Leisure

One of the more elegant options on Bourbon Street, this large white-marble property is a replica of the grand 1800s St. Louis Hotel, with columns, gilt mirrors, and magnificent chandeliers. — Fodor's

A succession of hotels have stood on this elegant block in the Upper French Quarter over the years, the current incarnation a worthy successor to those from the glory days of the mid-19th century. — The Telegraph

This is a very attractive and traditional hotel in the very heart of the French Quarter. — Lonely Planet

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Le Pavillon Hotel

Central Business District 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the most regally sumptuous hotels in town, Le Pavillon offers up romantic spaces and attentive service. — Fodor's

One of the city’s grande dames, Le Pavillon wears its crown lightly. The courtly staff evoke the days of gracious hotel service. — DK Eyewitness

It's now a member of Historic Hotels of America, and it feels like elegant old New Orleans in a way that, sadly, so few places do. — Frommer's

Every night, guests in the lobby are served the hotel's signature treat: peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches on silver trays with cold milk, hot chocolate and homemade whipped cream. — Star Service

This upscale, mid-sized hotel in the Central Business District drips with opulence, from the chandeliers to the marble floors in the entranceway to the large oil paintings. — Oyster

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from $116

International House Boutique Hotel

Central Business District 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Staying here is an adventure – of the pleasant kind. Most months there’s an elaborate voodoo altar in the lobby. — DK Eyewitness

In the Central Business District, this hotel is only two blocks from the French Quarter but its modish avant-garde design is miles away in style — Star Service

It has all the modern luxuries, feels at one with its surroundings and injects an element of fun. The intriguing mix of minimalism and indulgence has set a local standard for contemporary design. — Gayot

Lavish rooms in this boutique hotel offer an array of amenities. — Lonely Planet

Trendsetters and celebs stay at the International House Hotel for its quietly sexy vibe, attentive staff, and posh rooms designed by a top L.A. designer. — Oyster

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Loews New Orleans Hotel

Central Business District 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At first glance, guests may not be impressed by this hotel's 21-story nondescript exterior. Set in the former Lykes building across from the livelier W New Orleans and Harrah's Hotel, and... — Star Service

At first glance, this hotel looks large and bustling, but even though it has nearly 300 rooms, its atmosphere is personal and friendly. — Gayot

Though it might look like a typical chain hotel from the outside, the Loews New Orleans sets itself apart with its style and above-and-beyond hospitality. — Condé Nast Traveler

Gushing guests "love every single moment" at this "absolutely fabulous" CBD business hotel delivering "understated luxury". — Zagat

It's a sharp-dressed combo of modern and moderne, with judiciously applied sprinkles of New Orleans flavor. Whatever it is, we are quite smitten. — Frommer's

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Audubon Cottages

French Quarter 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Seven one- and two-bedroom cottages in the heart of the French Quarter are a luxury retreat that supply a wonderful sense of privacy. — Fodor's

La Liz Taylor stayed here, but it feels like you’re staying at her place (if she lived in a sublime warren of 18th-century apartments). — Frommer's

With a gorgeous Tuscan-style courtyard complete with a heated saltwater pool... and a central location in the French Quarter, the Audubon Cottages is a great pick for travelers looking to splurge. — Oyster

Seven restored 19th-century Creole cottages wrapped around a brick courtyard in the heart of the French Quarter. — Jetsetter

With just seven private cottages (including the former residence of John James Audubon), this lovely inn offers guests an intimate, personal and very private New Orleans experience. — Gayot

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Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Central Business District 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel complex is both attached to and dominated by the nearby Louisiana Superdome, which fills one of the huge atrium windows and provides a self-contained world for event-minded guests. — Concierge

The city’s biggest hotel with rooms, amenities and restaurants aplenty. — The Telegraph

Leisure travelers may feel somewhat alienated by its size, but there is no denying the exceptional quality in both the common areas and accommodations. — Star Service

Following an extensive, post-Katrina renovation, this hotel greets guests with an airy, soaring atrium done in classy bronze and brown tones. — Gayot

With 1,193 rooms, this upscale high-rise hotel feels a bit like a city unto itself. The setting is great for business travelers. — Oyster

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Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue

Central Business District 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This property is on the streetcar line and Mardi Gras Parade Route, across from the InterContinental and three blocks from the French Quarter — Star Service

You're "off the party circuit" but it's still "easy to hit the sights" from this "finely appointed" chain outpost housed in a refurbished 1920s high-rise. — Zagat

The 250 guest rooms are nicely furnished in a traditional style and include 25 dignitary suites and a five-bedroom Grand Suite. — Gayot

The Hilton New Orleans St. Charles Avenue makes the Big Easy's signature sights and sounds easily accessible. — Travel + Leisure

The modern Central Business District surrounds this otherwise historic property — The Telegraph

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The Westin New Orleans Canal Place

Central Business District 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is a commercial grandee that offers top-notch service, well-rounded facilities and a great location for business and pleasure — Star Service

At the foot of Canal Street, the Westin is technically in the French Quarter -- but not quite of it. — Frommer's

This luxurious chain hotel in downtown New Orleans differentiates itself from other area properties with its sky high location -- the hotel is built on a mall and parking garage. — Oyster

A "perfect" location "close to the French Quarter and Riverwalk" reels in tourists and worker bees to this "outstanding" chain member in the CBD that boasts "spectacular views of the Mississippi". — Zagat

Shoppers can take an elevator to the adjoining upscale mall, filled with such high-end retailers as Saks Fifth Avenue, Gucci and Laura Ashley. — Gayot

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Renaissance New Orleans Arts Warehouse District Hotel

Central Business District 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel in the Warehouse District lives up to the “arts” in its name with a gallery and cutting-edge art works everywhere. — DK Eyewitness

In stark contrast to the traditional Creole and colonial-style digs in the French Quarter, this warehouse-turned-hotel is industrial, minimalist, and edgy. — Condé Nast Traveler

The 217-room Renaissance—not your typical entry from this business-oriented chain—sums up the aspirations of the rapidly developing Warehouse District. — Concierge

With "excellent" decor and colorful art installations throughout, this "upscale" chain member, a converted 19th-century depository, provides an "aesthetically pleasing" "home away from home". — Zagat

The comfortable, spacious, well-designed rooms are furnished with a minimalist bent. — Fodor's

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Bourbon Orleans Hotel

French Quarter 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A polished-marble classic. The gray exteriors and white trim are almost as stately as the grand foyer. — Lonely Planet

Sensible and unpretentious, the Bourbon Orleans is the luxury hotel for those who feel the top of the line places get a bit too over the top. — BlackBook

A grand Southern hotel with a haunting past, the Bourbon Orleans is home to a delicious Creole restaurant; a signature cocktail in its popular bar; and 218 attractive, elegant rooms. — Oyster

With a location that's about as central as it gets, plus upgraded, spacious guest rooms, this lodging remains one of the most popular options on Bourbon Street. — Fodor's

A former grand ballroom and then a convent, this French Quarter institution has seen every side of Bourbon Street life. — The Telegraph

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Harrah's New Orleans

Central Business District 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rooms are sharp, if a touch generic, though photos by local artist Richard Sexton and splashes of Mardi Gras purple and gold help. — Frommer's

A casino hotel aside New Orleans' most Disney-esque street. — Not For Tourists

Harrah's opened this hotel one short year after Hurricane Katrina, in a 26-story tower across from the casino, and it is now the most popular outposts for gamblers in the Big Easy. This... — Star Service

The stand-alone Harrah’s New Orleans has a prime location next to the bars and restaurants lining Fulton Street mall and just blocks from the French Quarter. — Forbes Travel Guide

If you're in town to play at the casino or attend a convention, then this is the ideal location. — Fodor's

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InterContinental New Orleans

Central Business District 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A slate of business amenities, like an Executive Club Lounge, courier service, and on-site foreign currency exchange, make this Central Business District chain hotel popular with corporate travelers. — Oyster

It's an old-fashioned... business hotel, clearly targeting a certain kind of traveler who isn't impressed by the hip minimalists springing up everywhere. — Frommer's

Revamped business-centric sleep on New Orleans’s iconic St. Charles Avenue, with a rooftop pool and Gulf Coast–focused restaurant. — Jetsetter

This is a popular bastion for groups and conventions, including cruise ship passengers and air crews looking for quality and familiarity near the convention center and the French Quarter. — Star Service

Great suites and superior service keep this popular convention hotel a CBD favorite. — Fodor's

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