New Orleans says bienvenue (welcome) to everyone – including four-legged guests. There are several pet-friendly hotels and other accommodations to choose from in the city, many with parks nearby for walking and playing catch. If you come during Mardi Gras time, bring your pooch to the Barkus parade. Click on the links below to view photos an learn more about these amazing pet-friendly hotels.
This boutique hotel is the work of famous architects Sully and Toledano. It’s located on Magazine Street, which offers several pet-friendly restaurants and bars. Learn more.
Follow the music to Frenchmen Street in the Marigny, one of New Orleans’ hippest neighborhoods. You can take your pick of contemporary or period décor, and Washington Square Park is right down the street for dog walking. Learn more.
These 4-to-10-bedroom townhouses in the Vieux Carré sleep up to 26 people. Along with spacious living areas full kitchens and multiple bathrooms, some have front porches and tropical French Quarter courtyards with barbecues. Fido will love it! Learn more.
Hotel Indigo is in the beautiful Garden District of New Orleans, right on the streetcar line, and close to lots of amazing restaurants. This upscale boutique hotel has it all and welcomes pets as well. Learn more.
Nestled between the French Quarter and the Warehouse/Arts District, Q &C is the perfect home base for your New Orleans adventure. When you need to walk the dog, just cross the street to Lafayette Square. Learn more.
This historic landmark hotel is on the site of the former plantation of New Orleans’ founding father Jean Baptiste LeMoyne de Bienville. You’ll enjoy the 18-foot ceilings, original exposed brick, and ten-foot-tall windows. When your dog needs exercise, Lafayette Square is nearby. Learn more.
Ramada Metairie is just hop, skip and a jump from downtown New Orleans, the French Quarter and the Airport. It’s a great choice for explorers on a budget. Learn more.
There are several pet-friendly restaurants in New Orleans in well. Our favorites include Café Amelie, Café Beignet, Ralph’s on the Park and Café B. Call ahead before you come and reserve a table with outdoor seating.