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As if New Orleans wasn't enough of a destination point on its own merit, the city is also a popular port for vacation cruise lines (as well as for important commerce with other ports around the world). The New Orleans cruise port is located near the Crescent City Connection bridge, which crosses the Mississippi River.
There are two convenient ways to get to the port. One is by car, and the other is by street car. If you decide to take the New Orleans street car, your booking options for a hotel open up considerably, as the street car connects with Canal Street and runs alongside the French Quarter and through the Garden District.
If you're looking to get to the port by cab quickly, the best option is to pick a hotel nearest the port in the Central Business District (also called the Convention Center area). A taxi can have you to the port in a matter of minutes, and you'll be on your way to the rest of your vacation!
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Embassy Suites New Orleans (0.28 mi.)
The Embassy Suites is located within walking distance of the Convention Center, the French Quarter, and the Riverwalk shopping area. It offers complimentary fully cooked-to-order breakfast each morning and complimentary cocktail receptions each evening. Almost all rooms are suites, many have balconies.
The Lofts at Embassy Suites New Orleans (0.28 mi.)
Experience timeless luxury stay surrounded by the rich historical and cultural influences of downtown New Orleans when you stay with Embassy Loft Club Towers in the Arts and Warehouse District. Guests will enjoy easy access to the Convention Center and French Quarter. Each guest suite is elegantly decorated and features a bedroom, full bath, and spacious separate living area.
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery (0.5 mi.)
The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery is conveniently located in the Central Business District, near the Convention Center, as well as the world-famous French Quarter. In the reservations area, look for their "Value Packages", some of which include free airport shuttle transportation or free valet parking.
Staybridge Suites New Orleans (0.52 mi.)
The Staybridge Suites is perfect for work or play...literally steps from the Convention Center and three blocks from the French Quarter. It also offers easy access to both the Canal Street and St. Charles Streetcar lines—where you can head Uptown and explore other parts of the Big Easy for $1.25 each way!
Q & C Hotel (0.67 mi.)
Q & C is perfectly located for your next business or pleasure trip to New Orleans. It is less than three blocks from the French Quarter and a short distance to the Convention Center. This boutique hotel was reimagined in fall 2014 with a $10.2 million renovation.
Pelham Hotel (0.69 mi.)
The Pelham is a boutique hotel, centrally located within walking distance of the French Quarter, New Orleans Convention Center, and major attractions. It's a great luxury hotel with a genuine New Orleans atmosphere.
Best Western PLUS St. Christopher (0.71 mi.)
Built in the late 1800's by noted architects Sully and Teledano, the St. Christopher Hotel is a luxury boutique style hotel with magnificent old New Orleans architecture and charm.
Prytania Park Garden District Hotel (0.73 mi.)
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 (0.73 mi.)
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 (0.73 mi.)
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.