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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 →

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

Somewhat lost amidst a vast modern office complex, the hotel has large and comfortable rooms, plus a slew of amenities aimed at business travellers. — Lonely Planet

For a "luxurious" but "not extravagant" "getaway", worker bees and tourists "return" to this "reliable" CBD convention high-rise. — Zagat

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

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

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Hilton New Orleans Riverside

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

The Hilton has the kind of charm that warms a suburban conservative's soul. — Lonely Planet

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

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

The Hilton New Orleans Riverside bills itself as a conference center for business travelers, but it feels more like a resort. — Oyster

This remains the largest hotel in Louisiana, yet despite its size, it offers a better range of services than many of the other large commercial hotels here—as it should. — Star Service

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Ace Hotel New Orleans

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

Opened in 2016, the four-pearl Ace Hotel New Orleans is a trendy property in downtown bordering the Warehouse District, about a 15-minute walk to the French Quarter — Oyster

A sassy spot in the Warehouse District in which to bed down, kick back and sip a Sazerac by the rooftop pool. — The Telegraph

A boutique stay at a Vogue-endorsed hotspot in the Arts District, a short walk from the French Quarter. — Jetsetter

The building itself is a 1928 art deco masterpiece in the Warehouse District, occupied by a Scandinavian furniture company for most of its existence, and now topped with a pool that’s open year round. — goop

The converted Art Deco building plus newly-built wing sports photo booths; Stumptown coffee; in-room turntables and vintage vinyl; room snacks of ramen and Bulleit Bourbon. — Frommer's

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Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

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

This stylish stay has become something of a neighbourhood hero thanks to eye-catching artwork by local artists and a tantalising eatery that tops every visiting foodie’s must-try list. — Mr & Mrs Smith

This hotel is just three blocks from the tourist-crammed French Quarter and within shouting distance of the always-booked Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. — Gayot

Hotel suites with exposed brick may not be something you're used to, but it's part of that N'awlins flavor. — BlackBook

Much of the hotel still retains historic elements from the building's 19th-century past, including brick walls, wood-plank floors, and exposed piping. — Oyster

It provides a vintage warehouselike atmosphere that runs counter to the cool corporate look of the neighboring commercial giants hereabouts. — Star Service

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Hyatt Centric French Quarter New Orleans

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

Its smaller size and less commercial feel appeal to visitors who are abandoning the big glitzy chains in search of a commercial property with some regional flair. — Star Service

This 254-room upscale property located adjacent to Bourbon Street seamlessly blends the historic and contemporary. — Oyster

This downtown property aims to be all things to all people, and for a corporate chain, comes impressively close thanks to its plum location replete with attractive amenities — The Telegraph

One of the French Quarter's newest luxury hotels, this property has airy public spaces, landscaped courtyards, and an attractive pool area. — Fodor's

High ceilings and a fairly spacious layout... make this a potentially well-priced (if slightly generic) choice, already popular among business groups for its meeting rooms and location. — Frommer's

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Bienville House

French Quarter 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located near the Mississippi River, the Bienville's guest rooms are furnished with antiques, and attractions in the Quarter and the CBD are nearby. — Fodor's

These units are just as lovely as the other digs, and they are also some of the quietest rooms in this part of the city. — Star Service

A nice little Quarter hotel, better than most (thanks to a combo of location, price, and room quality), though not as good as some (owing to a lack of specific personality and the odd bit of shabbiness). — Frommer's

Straddling two busy French Quarter streets, the historic Bienville House is as an urban oasis, with tropical rooftop terraces and a soothing courtyard. — Oyster

There’s an intimate yet stately feel to this low-profile property on the edges of the French Quarter, and the historic tradition of hospitality in this location shines through despite its modest size. — The Telegraph

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Dauphine Orleans Hotel

French Quarter 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lodgings surround the patios and vary in size and exposure, with many overlooking buildings and narrow streets. Some rooms have French doors that let in light through louvers. — Star Service

Within walking distance of the action but removed enough to make it a secluded respite, this French Quarter hotel has a lot of charm. — Fodor's

This lovely, well-run hotel sits ln a prime French Quarter location lust steps from historic attractions. — Michelin Guide

Dripping with atmosphere, this rambling hotel boasts some walls that date as far back as the 1800s. — Gayot

This intriguing collection of historic and modern buildings forms a hotel with changing moods, but its location on the outskirts of the French Quarter is a blessing for guests. — The Telegraph

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The Whitney Hotel

Central Business District 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This perfectly adequate mid-range hotel in the Central Business District, a block from the Charles streetcar line, has more history and character than your typical chain. — Oyster

This century-old building is a former bank, and many of the original fittings have been retained, giving it an evocative, almost cinematic atmosphere. — The Telegraph

This boutique hotel occupies an elaborate Beaux-Arts building that housed a branch of the Whitney National Bank for decades. — Gayot

Overall, the Whitney has more character than your average upscale chain, so it ultimately gets a positive vote. And if you are a preservationist, you will probably like it a lot. — Frommer's

Renovated and expanded, the stylish Whitney is a great choice if you're looking to stay away from the Bourbon Street bustle. — Fodor's

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Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area Hotel

Central Business District 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A knowingly modern hotel in the bustle of the city’s Central Business District. It’s more playful, though, than its corporate surroundings and ownership would suggest. — The Telegraph

A great CBD choice that will appeal especially to food and drink aficianados, this boutique Marriott a block from Canal Street delivers comfort with large, quiet rooms. — Fodor's

It's "easy walking to Bourbon Street" and easy living inside this "conveniently located" chain member in the CBD. — Zagat

One block off Canal Street and two blocks from the French Quarter, this hotel could be mistaken for a W Hotel given its modernist public areas. One of a suited pair of Renaissance hotels... — Star Service

Provides subtle sophistication for upscale travelers and tons of meeting space for those doing business --- nine rooms to be exact, and they fill up quickly. — Gayot

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Hotel Provincial

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

Behind its stately stucco facade, this hotel fills much of the block with a series of finely restored buildings and a large parking area. — Lonely Planet

Popular with business travelers and families, the family-owned Provincial’s rooms have a vintage look, with antiques and exposed brick. — DK Eyewitness

Both the quiet and the terrific service belie its size, so it seems smaller and more intimate than it is. — Frommer's

The two-story Hotel Provincial -- with 94 rooms in the historic French Quarter -- is a retreat into old New Orleans. — Oyster

One of the best hotels in the Quarter if you're looking for somewhere that's memorably authentic, this "real New Orleans" hotel is a nicely secluded option. — Fodor's

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JW Marriott New Orleans

Central Business District 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"In the heart of New Orleans" with "easy access to French Quarter attractions" and the convention center, this "beautiful" "favorite" pleases thanks to "lovely" quarters. — Zagat

This 487-room upper-middle-range hotel in downtown New Orleans is in a terrific location, offers quality amenities, and has an all-star staff. — Oyster

Occupying a 30-story tower in the Central Business District, across from the French Quarter, this is not one of JW Marriott’s best. Travelers familiar with just how good JW can be quickly... — Star Service

The Canal Street location for this spiffed-up JW Marriott offers ideal access to the CBD and the French Quarter. — Gayot

You can't fault the location on Canal right across from the Quarter (excellent for viewing Mardi Gras parades). — Frommer's

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Place d'Armes Hotel

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

This historic mid-range hotel, located right on the famous Jackson Square is the essence of old world charm and perfectly situated for sightseeing. — Oyster

Nine buildings from the 1830s combine to form a fine mid-range hotel in the very heart of the Quarter. — Lonely Planet

This is a good choice for French Quarter lodging, especially given the relatively good rates (with basic continental breakfast included). — Frommer's

A stone's throw from historic St. Louis Cathedral and a couple blocks from Bourbon Street, yet private and quiet enough to escape the madding crowds. — Gayot

What began life as an 18th-century school and became a mid 20th-century motel is now a French Quarter institution with one of the most wonderfully landscaped hotel courtyards in the city. — The Telegraph

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Columns Hotel

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

This uptown mansion on the city’s most atmospheric avenue is a perfect backdrop for fulfilling your mint julep-fuelled Southern fantasies — The Telegraph

The Columns is where to stay if you're doing the whole antebellum New Orleans routine, though the mansion itself--fronted by immense, Doric columns--was constructed after the Civil War. — BlackBook

This small hotel is famous as the set for the Louis Malle film Pretty Baby and has plenty of fans for its laid-back ambience. — DK Eyewitness

A step back in time, and home to one of uptown's preeminent bars. — Not For Tourists

This stately 1883 Italianate mansion in the Garden District is both elegant and relaxed, boasting all sorts of extraordinary original features. — Lonely Planet

Hotel St. Marie

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

With "more quaint character than the chains", this "charming" "little hotel" provides the "true New Orleans experience" at a "reasonable" price to sightseers. — Zagat

The front-desk staff is friendly and well-informed. The bottom line: While not trendy, Hotel Ste. Marie is reliable and the price is right. — Gayot

Location, location, location. Just a little above Bourbon Street on an otherwise quiet street, this hotel could be on your list of "clean and safe backup places to stay if my top choices are full". — Frommer's

Although it's not extravagant and it shows some wear and tear in places, the hotel is generally comfortable. — Oyster

Popular with budgeting business folk and cash-conscious tourists, this restored four- and five-story town-house-hotel with fine filigree sits on a corner and rings a serene courtyard. — Star Service

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Hotel Le Marais

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

Bucking the traditional aesthetic in this historic neighbourhood is a brave move, but one that pays off for this contemporary property. — The Telegraph

Unimpressive, out-of-date, and near the noisy hustle of Bourbon. — Not For Tourists

one of those rare boutique hotels that manages to at once evoke the charming, old-world essence of the Big Easy...all the while reminding guests that it's set firmly in the modern age. — Condé Nast Traveler

Visitors who were dissatisfied with the old Marie Antoinette’s frumpy appearance will be thrilled with the Hotel Le Marais --- the property was renamed after the famous Parisian neighborhood. — Gayot

Hotel Le Marais is a mid-range boutique located in the heart of the French Quarter. — Oyster

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Four Points By Sheraton French Quarter

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

This Sheraton property is no ordinary chain hotel: It's located on the site of the historic Old French Opera, and today's young opera singers perform in the lobby bar. — Oyster

The justification for staying in this too-pricey chain hotel is not the rooms... but the location. — Frommer's

Formerly the Inn on Bourbon, this property is well-kept and fairly priced, given its in-demand, heart-of-the-party Bourbon Street location. — Fodor's

Gracious service and an attentive staff welcome party goers year-round, since there's always action right outside the front door. — Gayot

Location. Location. Location. Otherwise, Chainville, USA. — Not For Tourists

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Le Richelieu in the French Quarter

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

Close to the Old Ursuline Convent and the French Market, Le Richelieu combines great location, value, and charm. — Fodor's

Le Richelieu’s red-brick walls once housed a macaroni factory, but extensive reconstruction in the early 1960s converted it into a conservative hotel. — Lonely Planet

With an octogenarian owner who occasionally lives on-site, this well-established offering has a clientele that returns to its familiar comforts year after year. — Star Service

Le Richelieu is good for families (despite the surcharge for children), being away from the adult action, with a nice pool and multiroom suites. — Frommer's

Though the old-world ambience of the lobby is not continued in the rather ordinary rooms, they are comfortable and clean. — Rough Guide

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Maison Dupuy

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

The Maison Dupuy is a little out of the main French Quarter action and a tad closer than some might like to somewhat dicey Rampart, but that makes for a quiet locale. — Frommer's

Stay just two blocks from Bourbon Street but in relative tranquility; seven restored 19th-century town houses contain good-sized rooms, some with balconies. — Fodor's

This hotel is at the “back of the Quarter” (opposite from the river). It is built around a courtyard, and some rooms have overlooking balconies. — DK Eyewitness

Located in a lovely residential section of the French Quarter, this 200-room mid-range hotel offers up the old-world charm a visitor to New Orleans might be seeking. — Oyster

This complex of seven town homes surrounds a lovely courtyard in the quieter back section of the French Quarter. — Gayot

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Chimes Bed and Breakfast

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

Owners Jill and Charles Abbyad were pioneers in the New Orleans' bed-and-breakfast movement, which came surprisingly late to the city. — Gayot

Nicely decorated and perfectly maintained, the B&B is a good homebase for travelers. — DK Eyewitness

This is a real hidden gem, one that truly allows you to experience the city away from the typical tourist experience. — Frommer's

You’re in a pretty part of the Garden District at this peaceful, casually stylish B&B. — Rough Guide

All rooms are arranged around a lovely patio and gardens, creating a courtyard community of sorts. — Lonely Planet

Prince Conti Hotel

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

The three floors of this 19th-century structure house a glut of guest rooms decorated with early 20th-century-style furnishings. — Lonely Planet

The best part of this hotel's charm is that it looks and feels as fresh and well-maintained as it did in the mid-twentieth century. — Gayot

Located a half-block from Bourbon Street, five blocks from Jackson Square, the Prince Conti is one of five hotels owned by the Valentino family, which include this charmer in the budget category — Star Service

No frills, no room service, no nothing. Just clean chambers, parking and a great location in the middle of the French Quarter's action. — BlackBook

This tiny but friendly hotel is in a great location right off Bourbon and not generally noisy. — Frommer's

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