Where’s The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans?

You might be asking yourself, where’s the best place to stay in New Orleans? Finding the best place to stay in New Orleans can be a challenging task, but that doesn’t mean it has to be. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, New Orleans is one of the most robust and entertaining cities out there.

Our first stop is a brief look into some history and information in regard to the city of New Orleans. Founded in 1718 by the French Mississippi Company, New Orleans was named after Philippe II, Duke of Orléans. Thereafter it was ceded to the Spanish Empire during the Seven Years’ War, and became an important port for smuggling aid to the rebels during the American Revolutionary War. The tern “Dixie” originated in the city. After the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, New Orleans became a United States city and expanded rapidly.

New Orleans benefits from short, mild winters, while summers are hot and humid. A major worldly port, New Orleans harbors tanker ships and steamboats alike. The city is well-known for its Mardi Gras Festival, which takes place in late-February. It is home to the New Orleans Saints, an NFL team that plays at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, which has hosted seven Super Bowls. Other major points of interest include French Quarter, Bourbon Street, Central Business District, St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans Museum of Art, Café du Monde, Tulane University and University of New Orleans, to name a few. Now that we’ve covered a little history and looked at some major attractions, it’s time to get you on your way to finding that best place to stay in New Orleans that’s right for you.

 

 

Windsor Court Hotel

300 Gravier Street

The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans

What’s around?

Windsor Court Hotel has 5-star accommodations that include a 4-Diamond restaurant, an outdoor pool, spacious rooms, free WiFi, iPod clock radios, mini-bars and Italian marble baths. This hotel can be found close to Polo Club Lounge, Le Salon (tea house), August (contemporary Louisiana restaurant), Pinkberry (dessert restaurant), Don Leoncio Cigars, The Ruby Slipper Cafe, Geisha Sushi Bistro, Buzz Nola Bike Tours & Rentals, Little Bar on Gravier, Studio 523 Barber Shop and Beauty Salon, Chophouse New Orleans, Bon Ton Cafe and more.

Harrah’s Casino and Canal Place Shopping Center are 0.1 miles, Aquarium of the Americas, Spanish Plaza, Riverwalk Marketplace Shopping Center, Franklin Monument and Natchez Steamboat Cruise are 0.2 miles, Clay Monument, New Orleans Riverwalk Shopping Center and Lafayette Square are 0.3 miles, Bourbon Street is 0.5 miles, Mercedes-Benz Superdome is 0.9 miles, Rivertown is 11.9 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 11.7 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $620


 

 

 

Bienville House Hotel

320 Decatur Street

The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans

French Quarter

Bienville House Hotel features Classical French-styled rooms, a 24-hour front desk, room service, a restaurant, valet parking, an outdoor salt water pool, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. The hotel is located in the French Quarter and is close to Beachbum Berry’s Latitude 29 (Polynesian restaurant), Cafe Envie, Industry Bar & Kitchen, Ryan’s Irish Pub, Claire’s Pour House, House of Blues, Man Ray Records, Beckham’s Bookshop, Pepper Palace (spice store), Spa Atlantis, Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House, Southern Candymakers and more.

From here you’ll find Louisiana Wildlife Museum 0.1 miles, Shops at Jax Brewery Shopping Center, Canal Place Shopping Center, Old Absinthe House and New Orleans Jazz Museum 0.2 miles, Bourbon Street 0.3, Jackson Square, Washington Artillery Park, Aquarium of the Americas, Harrah’s Casino and Louisiana Maritime Museum 0.3 miles, Mercedes-Benz Superdome 1 mile, Uptown New Orleans Historic District 3.1 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport 11.7 miles.


Approximate cost per night (one bedroom suite): $410

Cost per person (four people): $102

 

 

 

 

 

Tulane Avenue Penthouse

1111 Tulane Avenue

The Best Places To Stay In New Orleans

What’s near here?

With multiple penthouse rental options that offer free WiFi, air conditioning, a terrace, a fully-equipped kitchen, a seating area with a sofa bed, a flat-screen TV, a washing machine and a hair dryer, Tulane Avenue Penthouse is close to Krewe Lounge on Loyola (bar), Pythian Market (restaurant), 14 Parishes Jamaican Restaurant, The Orpheum Theater, Roosevelt Hotel Bar, Cleo’s (Mediterranean restaurant), Cajun Mike’s Pub & Grub, Domenica (Italian restaurant) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Tulane Medical Center, 0.3 miles from Louisiana Maritime Museum, Confederate Memorial Hall and Old Absinthe House, 0.4 miles from New Orleans Jazz Museum, St Louis Cemetery and Bourbon Street, 0.5 miles from Mercedes-Benz Superdome, McDonogh Monument and Louisiana Wildlife Museum, 0.6 miles from Union Station and Vieux Carre Historic District, 4 miles from Audubon Nature Institute and 11.2 miles from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.


Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $325

Cost per person (six people): $55


 

 

 

 

Warehouse District Penthouse

527 Saint Joseph Street

The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans

What’s around?

Offering free WiFi, a fully-equipped kitchen and air conditioning, Warehouse District Penthouse can be found near Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, The National WWII Museum, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Confederate Hall Museum, Contemporary Arts Center, PJ’s Coffee, Iron Tribe Fitness, South Market Pub & Grill, G’s Pizza, LaBoca (Argentinian restaurant), Tour Cycle Studio, Emeril’s New Orleans, Peche (seafood restaurant), Auction House Market (new American restaurant), Sofia (restaurant), Callan Contemporary (art gallery) and more.

This property is 0.3 miles from Margaret Statue, Clay Monument, Lafayette Square, Franklin Monument and McDonogh Monument, 0.5 miles from Riverwalk Marketplace Shopping Center, Harrah’s Casino and Union Station, 0.8 miles from Mercedes-Benz Superdome, 0.9 miles from Bourbon Street, 1.1 miles from St Louis Cemetery No 1, 12 miles from Treasure Chest Casino and 11.6 miles from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.


Approximate cost per night: $343

Cost per person (six people): $58

 

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Huge Downtown Penthouse

1721 Carondelet Street

The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans

Round here?

This massive downtown NOLA penthouse is capable of sleeping nineteen guests. It offers air conditioning, free WiFi, a terrace, a balcony, a fully-equipped kitchen, a seating area, a flat-screen TV, a washing machine and a hairdryer. Nearby you’ll find Lucky’s Bar, Forbidden Art Tattoos, Sushi Brothers, Lula Restaurant Distillery, Pralines By Jean (bakery), The Avenue Pub, Houston’s (American restaurant), Please-U Restaurant and more.

Coliseum Square is 0.3 miles, Central City Historic District is 0.4 miles, Margaret Statue and Keller Square are 0.5 miles, Annunciation Square, Rick Shopping Center and Ogden Museum of Southern Art are 0.6 miles, National World War II Museum, Lafayette Cemetery and Union Station are 0.7 miles, New Orleans Fire Museum Fire Station is 0.8 miles, Uptown New Orleans Historic District is 1.9 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 11.3 miles from this locale.


Approximate cost per night: $525

Cost per person (nineteen people): $28

 

 

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Fifteenth Floor Penthouse

140 Roosevelt Way

The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans

What’s going on?

This fifteenth floor penthouse vacation home has panoramic city views and is close to The Rooster Club Barbers of New Orelans, The Sazerac Bar, Golden Perfume & Jewelry, Big Easy Tattoo & Co., Fischer’s Jewelry, Orpheum Theater, Tulane Medical Center, Joy Theater, Saenger Theater, Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant, Bourbon House (seafood restaurant), Acme Oyster House, Daisy Dukes Express (Creole restaurant) and more.

From this penthouse Louisiana Maritime Museum is 0.1 miles, Tulane Medical Center is 0.2 miles, Old Absinthe House, New Orleans Jazz Museum and Confederate Memorial Hall are 0.3 miles, Bourbon Street, St Louis Cemetery No 1, McDonogh Monument, Lafayette Square, Clay Monument and Louisiana Wildlife Museum are 0.4 miles, Mercedes-Benz Superdome is 0.5 miles, Treasure Chest Casino is 11.5 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 11.3 miles.


Approximate cost per night: $275

Cost per person (four people): $68

 

 

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Spacious Luxury Penthouse

1812 Robert C. Blakes Sr. Drive

The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans

And here?

Spacious Luxury Penthouse provides 4 bedrooms, city views, a balcony, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, air conditioning, a hairdryer and a fully-equipped kitchen. It can be found near Please-U-Restaurant (seafood), The Beaded Oak (bar), Muses Tattoo, Houston’s, Ashe’ Power House Theater, The Bank Architectural Antiques, Cafe Porche & Snowbar (brunch restaurant) and more.

Coliseum Square is 0.3 miles, Central City Historic District and Margaret Statue are 0.4 miles, Keller Square is 0.5 miles, Annunciation Square and Ogden Museum of Southern Art are 0.6 miles, Rink Shopping Center, National World War II Museum, Union Station and Lafayette Cemetery are 0.7 miles, New Orleans Fire Museum Fire Station is 0.8 miles, Mercedes-Benz Superdome is 1 mile, Riverwalk Marketplace Shopping Center is 1.1 miles, Esplanade Mall Shopping Center is 11.7 miles and Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 11.3 miles from here.


Approximate cost per night: $575

Cost per person (eight people): $72

 

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We hope you’ve found a good answer to your question, where’s the best place to stay in New Orleans? May your New Orleans’ trip be an unforgettable one!

32 Replies to “Where’s The Best Place To Stay In New Orleans?”

  1. Awesome list. I cam speak of Bienville House Hotel review. We went for a romantic weekend in New Orleans last year, and I must confess, this hotel cant be bettered in anyway. Their staffs are friendly and helpfull. We had a 4th floor terrace room which was so fabulous. Breakfast was awesome. It’s a great location for all attractions.

  2. It’s a good detailed catalog of destination places one can find in New Orleans. I’ve never been there myself but I am kind of brows up now.

    You have clearly exhausted the places where one should be especially in the coming festivities, am sure people who read this content, and your overall website will not be short of ideas to go retreat with their families during Christmas. 

    Keep on writing on other cities too, as you’ve been doing and probably shed more light on Africa too. 

  3. New Orleans is such an amazing lively town. Finding a great place to stay in a walkable location has always seemed like the best way to enjoy the city. This is a lovely collection of penthouse rentals in some great neighborhoods. Thanks for sharing the information about how many people could stay at each place and the average cost per person – this absolutely makes for a perfect fun trip with friends!!

  4. Thank you! Really great article. Always glad that there’s another article from your website. Wow, Windsor Court hotel is really nice with that pool. I like the Tulane Avenue penthouse on the inside, as well as the huge downtown penthouse on the inside. These are all really nice and luxurious. I like the format of your articles, how you always format them in a similar way so it’s easy to follow for return visitors. Thanks for inspiring me to travel and have a great day!

  5. I’m very excited to stay at the Bienville House Hotel when we visit New Orleans. The fifteenth-floor penthouse looks awesome too so maybe we’ll stay a couple of nights in both during the visit. I would love to know if you have a personal favourite or one that you would recommend?

    1. Mike thank you for the comments! All of these are great, but it’s really about what’s best for the individual (location, cost, availability)

  6. Wow! I’m always wowed by the selection of the places to stay when in new Orleans. This list has got some very best of the places to explore or pass the night or hang in in new Orleans and I cannot seem to grasp my head atoinf how elegant all of them seemed. They look very stunning and elegant to behold. Such a great listing up here. Good job to have this list compiled. Thank you

  7. Traveling is one thing and getting a real place to stay is another. New Orlean is among one the many cities I intend to visit after me retirement and I must confess a good place to stay in such nice environment would just be the best anyone can ask for. So far i have had problem with high rents but these one seem really cool considering the standard of these penthouses. Nice being here.

  8. Windsor court hotel actually offers all these services and great luxury for that cheap price? That is definitely one of the lowest amount I have seen such luxurious top notch places to charge for what they offer. An experience in this place would really be a thing that would last a lifetime with me. Such beauty and serenity. I like every place listed here as places to stay in new Orleans. If I ever visit new Orleans and I have the cash with me, I would try my best to stay in any of these.

  9. Hi! When I knew I had to travel to New Orleans, it made me frawn. Yeah, finding a good place to stay in New Orleans can be quite challenging. But due to my constant business trips, I have bookmarked your site. And sure enough, here you have a couple of very good options. Thank you very much!

  10. I’ve been going to New Orlean all my life and I didn’t know that some of these hotels existed! I usually stay with my uncle, but I might have to get my own room next time I go. These are all so beautiful it will be hard to choose which one I want to stay in. Thank you for being so specific with the locations!

  11. Thank you so much Adnin for this post. Truly speaking finding a right place to stay in New Orleans can be a challenging task. My friend and his newly married bride went there for their honey moon sometime last year and they really had a tough time locating a cool spot to stay. I wish they had access to this post before that time. 

    i am planning on having my honey moon there next year. I like the Bienville House Hotel. What do you think?

  12. You provided an excellent list of places to stay in New Orleans. Last time I was there was some years ago, love the French quarters and these properties look good. Spacious luxury penthouse caught my attention with 4 rooms looks really good for family travel or larger groups. It is also near city center attractions. Huge downtown penthouse is the other that caught my attention. 19 persons? Wow, that is huge. I was wondering if there really is 19 beds in this penthouse? Now, I need to find a reason to visit New Orleans.

  13. What an awesome list of penthouses. I just love New Orleans I have been many times over the course of the last 35 years. I got engaged in the middle of Bourbon St so the town and the people will always be special to me.Bleinville I can tell you is absolutely beautiful on the inside. Stayed over a weekend and would definitely recommend it.

  14. Thanks for sharing these penthouse reviews. I was browsing for future US destinations and came across your reviews. New Oleans was one destination we had considered before. Anyway, it has given me the idea to ask around my friends to see if there might be some interest from them to take a New Oleans weekend vacay as a group, and we can consider staying here at one of the penthouse suggestions you have given us depending on how many friends are interested. I much appreciate your post! 

  15. New Orleans is such a wonderful city and every time I am there it seems there are new corners and delights that I had missed on previous visits. The night-life is loads of fun and the food is to die for. The only way I can think of to make it an even better experience would be to stay in one of the places that you have highlighted in this post.

    The prices are reasonable and the locations ideal, most definitely since I have come across your wonderful website my eyes have been opened to the best way to experience these storied places, as New Orleans most certainly is. Of the options listed, I like the Bienville House Hotel best, and the price is very good. Added to my growing list thanks to you!

     

  16. Thanks for this list of places to stay in New Orleans. I am actually planning a trip right now and I’m trying to find the right place to stay when we go as I’ve never been before. I’m really liking the huge downtown penthouse as we are a large group and it’s right downtown. It looks really nice and well furnished.

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