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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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.
Holiday Inn Superdome Hotel (1.04 mi.)
A Quality Excellence Award-winning hotel, the Holiday Inn Superdome features magnificent jazz murals, including the exterior 150-foot clarinet mural! Next to the Superdome, this Holiday Inn offers a complimentary shuttle to nearby attractions, full-service restaurant, pool, high-speed Internet access, and a health club.
Hotel Indigo (1.15 mi.)
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.
Carriage House at Maison Dupuy Hotel (1.26 mi.)
Nestled in the heart of the famed French Quarter is the Carriage House at Maison Dupuy. This 2000 sq. ft. detached two-bedroom cottage with private courtyard has the comforts of a private residence and the amenities of an upscale hotel suite.
Maison Dupuy Hotel (1.26 mi.)
A wonderful boutique hotel in the French Quarter two blocks from Bourbon Street. Maison Dupuy has a beautiful courtyard with a real New Orleans atmosphere; renovated historic homes surround what is now the courtyard with a fountain and pool.
Hotel Provincial (1.32 mi.)
Hotel Provincial mixes history with modern amenities to create a place for you to stay in the heart of the French Quarter that you'll never forget. This hotel features a large courtyard, luxury accommodations, tropical patios and two pools.