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From the lively historic French Quarter to the colorful boutiques of Magazine Street, New Orleans is a culturally rich city boasting some of the most enchanting neighborhoods in the country. There is also world-class music, a buzzy culinary scene, a year-round festival circuit, diverse heritage, and a bohemian reputation.

New Orleans has long been a hugely popular tourist destination, with over 18 million annual visitors in recent, pre-pandemic years — a million and a half coming for the city’s biggest event, Mardi Gras.

So many tourists mean a plethora of great hotels and a rash of new properties have opened up in the Central Business District (CBD), including large chains as well as smaller, character-filled boutique properties. Of course, there are also historic, character-filled properties in the French Quarter.

I’m a New Orleans-based travel writer who has visited nearly every hotel in the city and the following list represents the best places you can stay in New Orleans.

The best hotels in New Orleans were selected based on the following criteria: 

I’m familiar with each hotel on this list and have visited or personally reviewed each property to vouch for their experience.
Hotels are located all over the city in desirable neighborhoods that are well-suited to travelers’ needs, from the Garden District to the French Quarter.
Hotels are considered four- or five stars, for an elevated experience that will impress visitors
Hotels hold a TripAdvisor rating of four or above with significant, honest reviews to corroborate my experiences.
Rooms are typically priced to start between $79 to $287 per night, depending on the property and time of year.
The hotels boast amenities and features that you’ll want in a New Orleans trip, including excellent ambiance and facilities, unique design and architecture, well-styled rooms, good food and drink, and other experiential elements that add value. 
The hotels meet our high standard and deliver on the overall experience, from sleep quality to room size. But we’ll always be honest on where they have room to improve.
The hotels promote stringent COVID-19 policies to prioritize the health and safety of all guests, which we’ve noted for each hotel below.

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These are the best hotels in New Orleans, sorted by price from low to high.
Old No. 77 Hotel and Chandlery

Book Old No. 77 Hotel and Chandlery

Category: Budget

Neighborhood: CBD

Typical starting/peak prices: $79/$217

Best for: Young couples

On-site amenities: Restaurant, bar, fitness room, art collection

Pros: The interior design is one of the most pleasing in the city, and having such a high-quality restaurant on-site is a real bonus. 

Cons: There’s no swimming pool, though there is a small exercise room for keeping up those fitness regimens.

It’s not every day you get to stay in a converted chandlery (maker of supplies for ships) but this art-forward, converted 19th-century warehouse in …read more

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