Get to Know NOLA
Believe it or not, there is life in New Orleans beyond the French Quarter. With their live oak tree-lined streets, awestriking antebellum mansions and charming Creole cottages, the Garden District and Uptown are two of the loveliest sections of New Orleans. Tulane and Loyola universities are right across St. Charles Avenue from Audubon Park, a picturesque place to walk or run off all the delicious calories you’ll consume while here. There are also many authentic, no-so touristy places to eat and shop along Magazine, Maple and Oak streets. And with easy access to the St. Charles streetcar line, you can hop on and off whenever you want, or stay on a while longer to explore other parts of the city. With a Jazzy Pass, you can ride all day long for just $3.00.
The Queen Anne Garden District Hotel is located in one of New Orleans' most historic neighborhoods. An elegant 1890s Victorian mansion, the Queen Anne is a prime example of the spacious homes built by Americans who settled this area following the Louisiana Purchase. More Details »
The Prytania Oaks Hotel is a mid-1800s Victorian double gallery house with a new addition completed in the winter of 2006. The hotel is surrounded by lush gardens and beautiful historic homes. A portico driveway leads to a garden setting for the Prytania Oaks' off-street parking area. More Details »
Located in the beautiful Garden District is Hotel Indigo. It's a luxury boutique hotel that combines modern conveniences and the charm of the Garden District. The hotel is located right on St. Charles Avenue with both parades and the streetcars passing by its front doors. More Details »
The Prytania Park is a small, European-style hotel with a variety of room types to suit every visitor, including families, couples, and business travelers. The Prytania Park Hotel is located in the lower Garden District, half a block from the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line. More Details »