Rooms with a Vieux
New Orleans’ most famous neighborhood is the French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré. Every year, millions of travelers save up their precious vacation time for a few days or a week in the Quarter. Partiers love to be smack dab in the middle of the Bourbon Street fun, foodies crave easy access to world-famous, century-old restaurants, and who doesn’t enjoy strolling the cobblestoned streets, peeking into hidden courtyards and fun little shop windows filled with treasures.
On the edge of the Quarter is an artsy neighborhood known as the Faubourg Marigny, after the Creole plantation owner who once owned this land. Here the architecture blends colonial French and Spanish styles with elements of the Caribbean. If you came to New Orleans for the music, the clubs on Frenchmen Street are reason enough to book a room here.
Proudly owned by seventh generation New Orleans residents, the Campos invite you to stay at Hotel Villa Convento. It's a warm and comfortable guest house in a Creole townhouse that dates back to the 1830's. It's rumored to be the legendary House of the Rising Sun. More Details »
In the shade of Washington Square Park, in the heart of the Frenchmen Street music scene, sits your new discovery: The Royal Frenchmen Hotel and Bar. In 2017, two historic Creole townhouses were lovingly restored to appeal to those seeking an authentic New Orleans experience in the Faubourg Marigny. More Details »
Check out this cozy boutique New Orleans hotel in the heart of the French Quarter, with a lush courtyard and secure self-parking for a fee. Le Richelieu's full range of service is accented with a personal touch, and the vibrancy of the French Quarter is balanced by the quiet intimacy of a small hotel. More Details »