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If you want more of a modern feel to your NOLA stay, then look no further than Loft 523. The 18 loft-style hotel rooms and penthouses exude a sexy, sophisticated feel that are bathed in natural light from the expansive floor to ceiling windows, that show off amazing views of the city. Loft 523’s $200/night starting price is well worth it considering the hotel caters to guests with free wifi, Aveda bath products, spa services, and even special treatment for guests of the four legged variety.
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Located in New Orleans’ Garden District Hotel Indigo is located on the scenic St. Charles Streetcar line and the Mardi Gras parade route, just a short ride or walk from the famed French Quarter. Guests can enjoy local cuisine and cocktails at Babin’s Bar & Bistro, spacious rooms with spa like bathrooms and relaxing views, all for as little as $112/night for a standard room.
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At this exquisite 111 room French Quarter hotel, not only do guests have access to the best of New Orleans’ food, music and culture, but some of the best hotel amenities in town. Complimentary WiFi, Tempur-Pedic beds, free breakfast, a heated outdoor saltwater pool, and even a 24-hour fitness room to work off all those beignets, all come standard at the Dauphine Hotel. So does the budget friendly price which can start at well under $200a night.
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This hotel is a hidden gem located just steps from the hustle and bustle of Bourbon Street. Outside of free wifi and 24-hour concierge services there aren’t many fancy bells and whistles, but who needs them when you have spacious traditional style New Orleans rooms, a delicious café serving up French and Creole cuisine, The Bombay Club & Martini Bistro, known for having the largest martini selection in New Orleans, a great staff and a cheap bill, with rates starting around $80/night.
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The ornate architectural detail of the Lamothe House is just one of the many things that make them a hit with visitors. A refreshing pool and spa, Aveda bath amenities and spacious rooms are just some of the things that await you behind the doors of this Frenchman Street staple. Even better, Lamothe House runs tons of package specials such as buy two nights, get one free, weekday rates and even discounts on last minute bookings.
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If you’re looking for more of a traditional New Orleans experience close enough to the action in location, but worlds away in feel, then Chateau LeMoyne is for you. Just steps away from Bourbon Street, this Holiday Inn branded hotel is full of surprises like 48-inch HDTVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, heated saltwater pool, live music at RF’s Restaurant, and even a charming courtyard to relax and take in the bustling sounds of the city. Not bad for starting prices under $200.
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This boutique French Quarter hotel definitely gives you a bang for your buck and caters to everyone from solo travelers and baectioners, to families. With prices starting at around $140/night, expect to receive the best Bienville House has to offer including pet friendly rooms, Gilchrest & Soames designer toiletries, outdoor, heated salt water swimming pool, on-demand, in-room movies and games, and more.
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Conveniently located near the French Quarter, Garden District and other city hotspots, the Hotel Modern feels more like staying with a friend than a cookie cutter hotel, just with better amenities. The hotel features comfortable, yet spacious rooms designed to seamlessly blend a modern eclectic aesthetic with New Orleans’ Old World charm, and boasts amenities such as complimentary wifi and Continental breakfast, 24-hour concierge, a trendy cocktail lounge and more. As if the free wifi wasn’t enough, stays can start from as little as $100/night if you book in advance or catch one of their many discount specials.
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There’s no doubt that the French Quarter W New Orleans Hotel is a hotel hotspot that captures the vibrant soul of New Orleans. The W’s budget friendly price also makes it a top choice for visitors, offering express check in/out, concierge and pet-friendly services, an outdoor pool, culinary cool kid SoBou, and their renowned Whatever/Whenever service starting around just $220 a night.
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It’s rare that you can find a big brand hotel with a luxury feel that’s not hard on your wallet, but that’s just what you find at the Renaissance New Orleans. With rates starting under $200/night, guests enjoy sophisticated guest rooms with marble bathrooms, cocktails and local neo-Creole cuisine artfully crafted at MiLa, an in-house Starbucks, and tech conveniences like free wifi and mobile check in.
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