The French Quarter is the one of our most famous and popular New Orleans neighborhoods for tourists and locals alike. Year after year, millions of travelers from all over the world flock to this historic and festive neighborhood. If you want to be in the center of the Bourbon Street action ... and enjoy the historic architecture of old New Orleans, you'll want to stay at a French Quarter hotel.
Faubourg Marigny is a culturally rich area on the outskirts of the French Quarter, including Washington Square. The architecture blends colonial French and Spanish styles with elements of the Caribbean. It’s also known as a center for homegrown New Orleans Mardi Gras.
This beautifully restored hotel is located in the heart of the French Quarter, only two blocks away from Bourbon Street and steps from Jackson Square. The Hotel St. Helene's contemporary guest rooms and suites feature LCD flat-screen TVs, ebony-stained hardwood floors, wireless Internet, 300 thread-count linens, and all-marble bathrooms. 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 »
Located on the Bourbon Street, on a stretch of residential area is the Lafitte Guest House. It's a luxury boutique hotel that's a lot like staying in a personal French Quarter home. You'll be close enough to enjoy the sights and sounds, but far enough away for a quiet night of rest. More Details »
This quaint property is in the heart of New Orleans' Faubourg Marigny--a funky, hip district on the outskirts of the French Quarter teeming with great restaurants, nightspots and shopping. The Frenchmen Hotel offers rooms and suites with period and contemporary furnishings, some with their own private balconies. More Details »
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 »