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Hotel Mazarin

French Quarter 82 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

Hotel Mazarin is a delightful period piece that wraps around a pair of courtyards. — Star Service

Right in the heart of the Quarter, the St. Louis is a small hotel that surrounds a lush courtyard with a fountain. — Frommer's

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

A red brick-lined inner courtyard with a bubbling fountain and wrought iron balustrades, and handsome leather armchairs for reading in your room. — Condé Nast Traveler

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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

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

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

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

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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 →

The Ace Hotel enjoys an enviable address in the vibrant Warehouse District, home to numerous galleries, the Contemporary Arts Center and a monthly art walk. — Gayot

Ace Hotel New Orleans incorporates familiar staples of the Ace brand with unique and authentic New Orleanian elements. — Fodor's

Editor's Pick: Hot List 2017. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

Another hotel that's making the CBD/Arts/Warehouse District more attractive is this none-more-hip chain, bringing its urban glam to NOLA. — Travel + Leisure

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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 →

A unique boutique gem in a historic Big Easy building, with an art-centric cultural bent. — Jetsetter

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

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

This is a good alternative to the huge convention hotels; you're just steps from the major downtown attractions and the Convention Center, and Harrah's New Orleans Casino is a five-minute walk. — Fodor's

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

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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

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

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

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

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Bienville House

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

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

Well located a few blocks into the French Quarter, the Bienville offers good access to the convention center, Harrah'€™s casino and the CBD. — Gayot

The Bienville is the definition of a well-executed historic French Quarter hotel. — Lonely Planet

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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 →

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

Judging from the outside of the block-long terra-cotta hotel, you’d never guess that through a courtyard lay 14 bright yellow Creole cottage-style exterior-access rooms. — Lonely Planet

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

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

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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

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

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

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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 →

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

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

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 — Star Service

The Renaissance chain weaves New Orleans's musical heritage into this 272-room reimagining of a Jazz Age high-rise, built in 1925. — Concierge

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

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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

The Provincial hotel is commonly referred to as one of the more frequently haunted spots in New Orleans. — Travel + Leisure

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

It is family owned and blends the best of the chains (good prices, reliably comfy rooms and service) with the charms of a small, independent hotel (atmosphere, friendliness and individuality). — Gayot

Hotel Provincial is located three blocks past Jackson Square and at the French Market—a neighborhood where the Mardi Gras atmosphere never wanes — Star Service

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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

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

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

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

This place outclasses the Marriott New Orleans, and it maintains a quiet tranquil atmosphere that makes it a fine refuge from French Quarter madness. — Star Service

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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 →

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

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

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

The fact that its room rates are so low keeps this place on the short list of both budgeters and those willing to pay up, everyone clearly enjoying the excellent location and friendly vibe. — Star Service

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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

This white-columned 1883 Victorian hotel drips with local charm and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. — Fodor's

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

The Columns is worth a stay if you can get a low rate; otherwise, come by for a drink. — Frommer's

This hotel was built in an opulent Italianate style in 1883. Locals meet for drinks on its huge front porch that, flanked by the hotel's namesake columns, faces St. Charles Avenue. — Gayot

Hotel St. Marie

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

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

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

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

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

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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 →

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

One of the most modern hotels in the French Quarter, Le Marais has trendy furnishings and a lobby that combines urban chic with an artsy New Orleans vibe. — Fodor's

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

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

This chic French Quarter boutique sleep is less than a block from your Bourbon Street bender. — Jetsetter

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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 →

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

This low-priced, well-positioned property is a sensational entry-level hotel that...maintains a good reputation from regulars that revel in its vast shared balconies cantilevered over Bourbon Street. — Star Service

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

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 →

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

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

Authentic and funky, this historic boutique -- located in a residential area on the French Quarter's far edge -- allows guests to experience the neighborhood as the locals do. — Oyster

A Quarter favorite, this hotel is forever famous for Paul McCartney and his family staying here for months in the 1970s. — DK Eyewitness

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Maison Dupuy

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

One of the only hotels in the city's historic Vieux Carré district, with a welcome drink and a parking discount. — Jetsetter

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

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

At Burgundy Street two blocks from Bourbon Street, near Louis Armstrong Park, this old brick hotel comprises seven town houses that ring a fountain courtyard lush with foliage — Star Service

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

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Prince Conti Hotel

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

Generations of Southern families have stayed at the Prince Conti. Rooms vary in size and are handsomely furnished with antiques and art. — DK Eyewitness

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

This mid-range hotel has an amazing location in the French Quarter, not even a block from famed Bourbon Street. — Oyster

Tiny, off-Bourbon hotel with good rates. — Not For Tourists

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Courtyard New Orleans French Quarter/Iberville

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

This is the downscale segment of the Ritz-Carlton but it is still pretty luxe. — DK Eyewitness

Often housing the nannies and entourages for visiting celebrities booked into the R-C, this hotel welcomes guests into a tranquil second-floor lobby. — Star Service

We love the open and inviting feel of the lobby at this contemporary Courtyard location, which sits on the edge of the French Quarter, close to everything. — Gayot

Courtyard New Orleans Downtown/Iberville is a great value mid-range property that's convenient for both business travelers and tourists who want a clean and quiet base to explore the French Quarter. — Oyster

Yes, ring a special button, "ask for the sun" (they say themselves), and your own personal Jeeves will fetch it for you. — Frommer's

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