As New Orleans is celebrating their 300th birthday, the whole city is getting ready for the party.  As you plan your trip to Mardi Gras or another exciting event in NOLA, here are three great hotels to stay at during your vacation. We’ve rounded up our top hotels in New Orleans hotels that are bound to make your trip even better.

The Jung Hotel & Residences

The Jung Hotel & Residences, a centerpiece of the city’s Biomedical Innovation District, just a few blocks from Bourbon Street, the city’s French Quarter and front row to the streetcar line. Officially opening in February, the 207-room luxury hotel is now accepting reservations to stay in this transformed jazz-era cotillion hall and rooftop pool deck.


The Ace Hotel New Orleans

The Ace Hotel New Orleans boasts 234 rooms in a boutique New Orleans hotels that houses a rooftop pool along with two in-house restaurants; Seaworthy and Josephine Estelle. Every Tuesday, guests can drop by Seaworthy for a weekly ship style prix-fixe with some of the best seafood.

NOPSI Hotel New Orleans

What better way to cool off in the warm southern heat then with a rooftop pool. Centrally located in the Central Business District in New Orleans, the NOPSI is a historic hotel infused with a modern flair. The building originally opened in 1927 as the historic headquarters of the former New Orleans Public Service Inc. (NOPSI). In 2017, the building reopened as a modern hotel full of grandeur. The NOPSI has 217 hotel rooms featuring 76 suites that all have been classically designed to showcase the buildings long and rich history through local artwork and technology.

Royal Sonesta New Orleans

The Best Hotel in New Orleans on Bourbon Street

Royal Sonesta New Orleans is a staple on Bourbon St. boasting a AAA Four Diamond rating for their 483 newly renovated room and ballroom.  Exterior rooms look onto the street through traditional gabled windows and wrought-iron balconies while the interior have a perfect view of the lush courtyard making this a luxurious option for a New Orleans hotels.

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