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Windsor Court Hotel

Central Business District 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Only blocks from the French Quarter, this hotel has British influence evident throughout its 23 rose-colored granite and bronze-tinted glass riverfront stories. — Condé Nast Traveler

A "grand hotel for a grand city", this CBD "darling" offers "over-the-top" "old-world elegance", from the "palatial" public spaces to the bar where "there always seems to be great music playing". — Zagat

This highly acclaimed temple to understated elegance has been the favorite choice for discriminating travelers for two decades. — Gayot

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

Distinguished hotel near the French Quarter decorated in a traditional English style with French accents to reflect the city’s heritage. — Andrew Harper

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The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Central Business District 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

This historic hotel, which was once the New Orleans headquarters of Louisiana political boss Huey Long, fully embraces its colorful past. — DK Eyewitness

The glamor and grandeur of The Roosevelt . . . is reminiscent of a bygone era. — Condé Nast Traveler

New Orleans’s ultimate Grande Dame. — The Telegraph

In a city that has more than its share of historic hotels, the Roosevelt, which originally opened in 1893, is the only New Orleans hotel that truly deserves the title of grande dame. — Concierge

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Hotel Monteleone

French Quarter 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This family-run hotel, originally opened in 1886, is steeped in history from its classic furnishings to its esteemed guests. — Afar Magazine

One of the grand old hotels of New Orleans, the Monteleone... oozes sophistication, romance, and history. — Fodor's

The rooms are tasteful, if a bit on the snug side, but you may end up spending more time in the gloriously ornate lobby or the slowly-rotating Carousel Bar. — BlackBook

The Beaux Arts-inspired building’s gold-tinged rooms offer a touch of Southern hospitality with antique furniture, gilded mirrors, and ornamental moldings. — Travel + Leisure

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

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The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans

Central Business District 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

Located in a Canal Street landmark—the venerable Maison Blanche department store—the Ritz brings its chain-wide style of formal luxury to the outer edge of the French Quarter. — Concierge

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

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

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Soniat House

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

Historic aerie in 19th-century Creole townhouses with sprawling balconies and a lush courtyard. — Jetsetter

Many regular New Orleans visitors consider this handsome oasis the city's finest hotel. — Fodor's

The combination of luxury boutique accommodations and French Quarter setting distinguishes the Soniat House as one of New Orleans' most desirable hotels. — Travel + Leisure

The Soniat House hotel in New Orleans is a picture-perfect southern stay right in the French Quarter. It’s a classic old red-brick beauty, with wrought iron balconies, green shutters and... — Mr & Mrs Smith

This romantic French Quarter inn, made up of two Creole-style brick and stucco cottages, is one of the city's best small hotels. — The Telegraph

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Royal Sonesta New Orleans

French Quarter 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Covering almost a block in the Quarter, this hotel is like a little village with its own shops, cafés, courtyards, and personalities. — DK Eyewitness

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

French style and New Orleans panache come together in this hotel's long, wide lobby, which is flanked by one of the French Quarter's lushest courtyards. — Gayot

Base your French Quarter fling at this Bourbon Street stalwart with a revered jazz club. — Jetsetter

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

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from $169

W New Orleans - French Quarter

French Quarter 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Like all W hotels, this one wears its style on its trendy, businesslike sleeve. — Lonely Planet

The W chain's minimalist, sophisticated aesthetic works particularly well at this cozy historic property. — Concierge

This 97-room, mid-to-upper range hotel, located just blocks from Bourbon Street, is definitely for those seeking a trendier, hipper NOLA experience. — Oyster

It's got the luxury one would want from a more modern hotel, plus a certain sultry, decadent languor. — Frommer's

This modern hotel has one of the best locations in the Quarter, and its rooms are designed with funky jazz and tarot themes. — Fodor's

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Omni Royal Orleans

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

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

One of the largest hotels in the French Quarter, the Omni Royal is known for its attentive service. — DK Eyewitness

A white stucco exterior and lacy iron balconies give the building the image of age, as do the chandeliers, gilt mirrors and tons of marble. — Gayot

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

Despite being part of a chain, this is an elegant hotel that doesn't feel sterile and generic... Service is swift and conscientious, amenities are ample. — Frommer's

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Le Meridien New Orleans

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

While we have strong feelings indeed about staying in more New Orleans-appropriate, site-specific accommodations, we cheerfully admit that this is one fun hotel, and what is New Orleans about if not fun?. — Frommer's

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

New Orleans geography and topography informs the visual design touches, and the 432 rooms and suites are the height of neutral-toned modernity. — Travel + Leisure

The W New Orleans is a hip upper-middle-range hotel located in the Central Business District, within walking distance of both the French Quarter and the Museum District. — Oyster

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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from $109

Le Pavillon Hotel

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

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

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

Adorned with all the splendors for a genteel night. — Not For Tourists

Le Pavillon exudes an old-school joie de vivre that’s easy to love. — Lonely Planet

This hotel stands out with its opulent formality. A doorman wearing a top hat and white gloves greets guests as they step into the entry portico adorned with tall columns. — Gayot

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Harrah's New Orleans

Central Business District 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Whether you're a high roller or just want to feel like one, this 26-story luxury property next to (but not in the middle of) Harrah's casino delivers the goods. — Gayot

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

"Playtime was never this much fun" announce admirers of this "vibrant" Downtown spot "nearby Bourbon Street, but not around the corner", where the "lovely" rooms impress. — Zagat

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

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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from $209

International House Boutique Hotel

Central Business District 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

One of the best values for a boutique experience in the city, this stylish and contemporary hotel pairs creature comforts with a prime location just two blocks from the French Quarter. — Fodor's

Just three blocks from the French Quarter, the International House hotel has a white Beaux-Arts exterior dating from the early 1900’s. — Travel + Leisure

Two blocks from the French Quarter, the International House Hotel’s Beaux Arts building, artwork and decor are designed to charm. A $1.5 million renovation of the lobby, lighting, bedding... — Jetsetter

Located in a Beaux Arts building two blocks from the French Quarter, the International House is a property that balances modernity with a sense of place. — Concierge

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Loews New Orleans Hotel

Central Business District 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The new look is modern, but with a nod to the Big Easy. — Afar Magazine

Loews New Orleans Hotel is in the heart of New Orleans, walking distance from The Shops at Canal Place and Spanish Plaza. — Jetsetter

Located just three blocks from the French Quarter, the Loews New Orleans Hotel is housed in a remodeled office building with a modern, locally inspired design. — Travel + Leisure

Their claims to be the friendliest large hotel in the city stand up quite well. — Fodor's

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Audubon Cottages

French Quarter 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Along with the much-loved Soniat House on Chartres Street, this 18th-century Creole inn is the most intimate boutique hotel in the French Quarter. — The Telegraph

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

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

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Hotel Mazarin

French Quarter 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 102 rooms of this charismatic French Quarter property surround an impressive modern courtyard, regularly abuzz with a function or wedding. — Travel + Leisure

The relatively luxe design touches combine with a host of complimentary amenities that make for a great value downtown choice. — The Telegraph

The Hotel Mazarin is an upscale boutique located in the heart of the French Quarter. — Oyster

Just one block down from its New Orleans Hotel Collection cousin, Hotel Le Marais, the 102-room Hotel Mazarin is another charmer in the Big Easy's hotel scene: There's just enough... — Condé Nast Traveler

Prepare to be pampered at this charming boutique property just off of storied Bourbon Street. — Gayot

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from $149

Renaissance New Orleans Arts Warehouse District Hotel

Central Business District 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What "arts" means here is that the designers have made a concerted effort to incorporate art, specifically local art, into the decor. — Frommer's

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 Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel is a modern, upscale chain hotel with an artsy feel. — Oyster

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

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

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from $114

Bourbon Orleans Hotel

French Quarter 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Bourbon Orleans might just be the Grande Dame of French Quarter hotels. — Condé Nast Traveler

Its elegant marble lobby strikes a demure tone and provides a dramatic contrast to the rowdy street scene outside. — Gayot

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

It's classy sexy, good for a multiple-day stay. — Frommer's

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from $129

Hyatt Regency New Orleans

Central Business District 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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

If you want to treat your family to a swanky New Orleans experience, this elegant property, set right next to the Superdome, might be for you. — Travel + Leisure

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

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from $143

The Westin New Orleans Canal Place

Central Business District 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Located above the Shops at Canal Place mall... the Westin Canal Place is ideal for visitors who appreciate a convenient location as well as excellent views. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

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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from $139

Hilton New Orleans Riverside

Central Business District 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Right "on the mighty Mississippi", this "well-located" Downtown denizen is "walking distance of everything" (plus the streetcar is "right outside") and boasts "spacious", "nicely furnished" digs. — Zagat

This is a good choice for conventioneers and families... but not terrific for those with mobility issues, given the sheer size of the place. — Frommer's

Hot tub. Roof. Alias John Smith et al. Room 523. — Not For Tourists

Space and location are this Hilton's greatest assets. In addition to housing shops, the hotel offers a special entrance from the lobby to the Riverwalk shopping mall. — Gayot

The superb river views are hard to beat at this sprawling multilevel Hilton complex sitting right on the Mississippi. — Fodor's

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from $192
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