The Garden District is a picturesque part of town filled with antebellum mansions, gorgeous tree lined streets and lots good ol' Southern charm. It's a great place to stay if you want to see a beautiful, less crowded part of town.
Garden District Hotel Costs
New Orleans hotels in the Garden District area (uptown) range from wonderfully restored mansions full of heritage to luxury boutique hotels that will take care of your every need. Prices vary depending on the location. You can find some hotels that are more affordable than those in the French Quarter, as well as some that are just as expensive.
The streetcar runs 24-hours a day and can take you to many attractions and restaurants throughout the New Orleans area. There's also a number of bus lines that travel through this part of the city. You will find that parking is typically less expensive in this area and you can more easily find free parking
Hotel amenities vary, but you can expect excellent service at all. Amenities vary from full service hotels including in-hotel restaurants and large, modern meeting space to more quaint and picturesque New Orleasns style rooms to relax in while you're here.
Whether you're a business traveler or just looking to get away from it all, I'm sure that you can find an uptown hotel in the Garden District of New Orleans that's perfect for your stay.
Read about Garden District Attractions for nearby entertainment.
Garden District Hotels
Prytania Park Garden District Hotel 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.
Prytania Oaks Hotel 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.
Queen Anne Garden District Hotel 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.
Hotel Indigo 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.
Magnolia Mansion If you're looking for a romantic room in the Garden District, then look no further. Every room at Magnolia Mansion is romantically themed in elaborate décor, and has beautiful hardwood floors, window dressings with Austrian Sheers, black-out curtains, and linens so plush that you'll be tempted to never leave.
Clarion Grand Boutique Guests of the Clarion Grand Boutique Hotel will be staying in one of America's most beautiful and historically significant areas, the Garden District: a neighborhood dripping with Spanish moss and Southern charm.
Located in uptown New Orleans, all of our recommended Garden District hotels are only a short streetcar ride to the French Quarter and its many restaurants, tours and entertainment. You can also take the New Orleans streetcar past the beautifully landscaped campuses of Loyola and Tulane Universities or head over to Audubon Park to relax before venturing off with the family to explore Audubon Zoo.
The New Orleans Garden District features world famous restaurants as well as many newer award-winning restaurants, too! When you stay in a Garden District hotel, you can enjoy a leisurely stroll down Magazine Street, well known for its anitques, with over six miles of local and independently owned shops. Many of the uptown hotels in the Garden District are located right on the St. Charles Avenue streetcar route ... a local favorite for our Mardi Gras parade routes as the floats pass under the large oak trees covering the "neurtral ground" (aka median)! The Garden District of New Orleans is also home to beautiful and historic mansions with stunning gardens, so be sure to take your camera!