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15 New Orleans Hotels You Can Still Book For Mardi Gras


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15 New Orleans Hotels You Can Still Book For Mardi Gras

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15 New Orleans Hotels You Can Still Book For Mardi Gras

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The Roosevelt dates back to 1893 and is located on the edge of the French District, which means that Bourbon Street is only a few blocks away. The ornate lobby decor shadows the hotel’s history and, if you have a second to spare between celebrations, take a look at the 10-foot clock in the lobby — it was built for the Paris Exhibition in 1867.

Address: 130 Roosevelt Way, New Orleans, LA 70112

Rooms starting at: $380+


Bourbon Orleans Hotel

Just a three-minute walk from Jackson Square in the French Quarter, the Bourbon Orleans Hotel will put you just steps from Crescent City’s biggest Mardi Gras celebration on Bourbon Street. This hotel was built in 1817 and was once a high-society ballroom and then a convent — so again, watch out for hauntings because this landmark is supposedly one of the most haunted spots in a city that’s truly brimming with ghosts.

Address: 717 Orleans St, New Orleans, LA 70116

Rooms starting at: $169+

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Hilton New Orleans Riverside


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The Hilton New Orleans Riverside is, of course, riverside. Just one outlet mall away from the Mississippi River and a ten-minute drive to Bourbon Street, you’ll have close access to all of the city’s happenings. Then back at the hotel, you can unwind at one of the property’s two pools or savor charbroiled oysters and some NOLA gumbo at Drago’s Seafood.

Address: 2 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Rooms starting at: $253+


Provenance Hotels

Everyone loves seeing a little exposed brick on their Instagram feeds, and Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is very in on the trend — the rooms, the lobby, and the hotel’s restaurant (Chicory) are all accented with exposed brick! If you can’t get the perfect shot at the Mardi Gras parade right outside the hotel in the French Quarter, then the wall in your room will make for a perfect backup shot.

Address: 535 Tchoupitoulas St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Rooms starting at: $278+

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The Troubadour Hotel


The Troubadour Hotel New Orleans

Your stay at the Troubadour won’t be complete without a pregame at their rooftop bar, Monkey Board. Just because the hotel is located in the Central Business District doesn’t mean the artistic draw of Crescent City is lost! If Monkey Board’s wall art wasn’t enough on its own, the contemporary art in all the guest rooms makes for a perfectly stylish stay away from the chaos of Bourbon Street.

Address: 1111 Gravier St, New Orleans, LA 70112

Rooms starting at: $254+


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The Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue is located three blocks away from the French Quarter, so you can get yourself to and from Bourbon Street with ease. Come back to the hotel for a nighttime bite, though, because they serve up some classic NOLA eats — like shrimp and grits — at their Creole-inspired brasserie, Luke.

Address: 333 St Charles Ave, New Orleans, LA 70130

Rooms starting at: $325+


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Henry Howard originally built the property in 1867 as a double-gallery townhouse, but it has since morphed into the 18-room Henry Howard Hotel. It’s located in a quiet neighborhood in the Garden District with a bunch of other historic homes, so you won’t have to fight off crowds hurling beads your way. Though, if you want to be hit in the head with at least one beaded necklace on your trip, you’re just a 15-minute drive to Bourbon Street.

Address: 2041 Prytania St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Rooms starting at: $299+


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The Eliza Jane is built within nine historic warehouses that line the area just outside of the French Quarter. The buildings once housed liquor, gunpowder, and The Daily Picayune newspaper, but have since transformed into 196 guest rooms, a French brasserie called Couvant, a bright red lobby library lounge, and a brick-accented garden courtyard.

Address: 315 Magazine Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130

Rooms starting at: $299+

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