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“America's Best Value”“95 room exterior corridor motel features free amenities such as continental breakfast wit
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“Uptown Hotel Located Near Ochsner Baptist Medical Campus”“Located in the heart of Uptown New Orleans, the Alder Hotel offers lovely new hotel accom
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“Limited Service Hotel”“Standard room and Suite property with comp breakfast.
Posted by: Comfort Inn New Orleans Airport

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“Loved It ”Linda, Atlanta - “We will be back. Had a great time. It was a very quick trip
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“Henry Howard Inn ”Johnny , Portland - “Stayed the weekend at the Henry Howard Inn and had a great
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New Orleans has long reigned as a city of history in perpetual creation, never more so than now during its spirited, determined post-Katrina rebirth -- with or without worthwhile assistance from those folks at FEMA and other bureaucracies. The best news, of course, centers on a steady stream of re-openings and upgrades. New Orleans restaurateurs are again dishing up unforgettable multi-course meals, scaling heights in culinary seduction. Café du Monde, with its chicory coffee and irresistible beignets, quickly recovered as the place to again gather riverside at the edge of the French Quarter. Morton's,The Steakhouse again has the beef. Chef Emeril Lagasse's NOLA -- that stands for New Orleans, Louisiana, the way locals have long abbreviated their return address on mail -- is packing in crowds. Galatoire's, for 100 years the place to be on Fridays, especially on the last Friday before Mardi Gras, is going strong, along with other icons including the Court of the Two Sisters and Antoine's. Crabmeat cheesecake, oyster pan roast, catfish pecan meuniere, andouille crusted gulf fish, white chocolate bread pudding and more Creole signatures are back at the Palace Café within Canal Street's historic Werlein's Music Building. The Attic at Lucy's Retired Surfer's Bar & Restaurant is open, as is Fat Burger. As always, New Orleans, known for its special brand of hospitality, has an abundance of things to see and do, each district and neighborhood offering distinctive charm and personality. NOLA is surprisingly compact, providing easy access to a variety of attractions, event venues, and transportation, extending to tours of heartbreaking devastation in the Ninth Ward and elsewhere. Preservation Hall is open. So is the Confederate Museum, Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World, and the New Orleans School of Cooking. And Voodoo Authentica of New Orleans has its welcome mat out, along with stock including the No Mo' Blues doll. Despite Katrina and her destructive aftermath, New Orleans continues to offer an array of accommodations, from elegantly appointed high-rises to a mix of boutique properties and quaint, historic bed and breakfasts. Of some 24,000 downtown New Orleans hotel rooms, nearly 95 percent were bookable in early 2006.

We have organized our listings of New Orleans' local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater New Orleans area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·French Quarter
The world-famous French Quarter, bordering the Mississippi River, has classic hotels and bed-and-breakfasts.
·New Orleans Airport
Hotels in the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) area, Kenner and other nearby towns.
·Downtown New Orleans
Hotels in mid-city, generally just to the west of the French Quarter.
·New Orleans
Hotels throughout the metropolitan area.
Hotels in the Westbank area, located across the Mississippi just to the southeast of the French Quarter.
·Surrounding Communities
Hotel options in communities surrounding Greater New Orleans, including Houma, Thibodaux and others.
·Baton Rouge Metro
Hotel options northwest of New Orleans, in the Baton Rouge metropolitan area.
·New Orleans Business District
Hotels in the central business district are a short distance from downtown.
·Garden District
Hotels centered on St. Charles Street, the Garden District, located on the west end of downtown.
·Garden District
Hotels centered on St. Charles Street, the Garden District, located on the west end of downtown.

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Area Facts: New Orleans came to be known as the "Crescent City," as its population grew along the curve of the Mississippi River's east bank. The local area code for New Orleans is 504.

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