With fall just around the corner temperatures may be starting to cool off, but the fun around New Orleans is just heating up!

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Perfect weather: Moderate temperatures and typically sunny skies provide perfect walking around town weather. With temperatures averaging 79 degrees in October and 64 in January, it’s the perfect time of year to stroll through the French Quarter or explore elegant plantation homes.

Reasonable Prices: Who doesn’t want luxury at a reasonable price? Fall in New Orleans offers all the fun of Spring with one major perk: lower prices through September. With more availability and less crowds, you’re more likely to find a great hotel for a good price.

Plenty to do: without the massive crowds that come with Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest. If you’re looking for movie and music festivals in the fall, this is the place to be.

  • OktoberFest: Cold beer, live music, and authentic German cuisine—experience a new side of New Orleans as thousands honor the city’s German Heritage. This celebration is the last weekend of September and every weekend in October.
  • New Orleans Film Festival: Lights. Camera. Action. In recent years New Orleans has taken the movie industry by storm, but that’s not our only connection to the art. The News Orleans Film Festival is known for bringing up and coming filmmakers together in a unique, charming environment where the next big ideas are born.
  • Krewe of Boo is a Mardi Gras style parade, with a spooky twist. It’s the official Halloween parade of New Orleans, and uses locally made food items and collectables as throws.
  • New Orleans Voodoo Experience features some of the biggest names in music with 2014 headliners such as: Foo Fighters, Outkast, Skrillex, Arctic Monkeys, Zedd, Pretty Lights, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Awolnation Rise Against, and Flux Pavilion.

In the South, football isn’t just a sport—it’s an experience! And spending a Sunday with the Saints and the Who Dat Nation is one you don’t want to miss! The Saints led the way of the rebirth after Katrina, so to us the Saints signify New Orleans, which is why you see the Fleur De Lis everywhere!

With the rebirth of New Orleans after Katrina, the Saints led the way, and so the football team signifies New Orleans to us (which is why you see the fleur de lis everywhere!

So be sure to plan a visit to New Orleans in the fall and let us know on Facebook us if you need help with hotel accommodations or restaurant selections!

Posted: September 4 2014 | Blog