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Welcome to New Orleans, where great accommodations meet some of Cajun country's greatest culture! New Orleans is home to sporting events, historic sites, and cultural  activities, perfect for visitors looking to enjoy New Orleans' beautiful waterfront views and cultural diversity! This is Louisiana at it's best!

New Orleans Hotel Map offers great rates on over 50 hotels near New Orleans' main attractions. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Whether you are coming as a tourist or business traveler, New Orleans Hotel Map offers great hotels near your area of interest!

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Holiday Inn Downtown Superdome - A Preferred Hotel!
Experience the excitement of Jazz Fest by day and all the city has to offer by night at the Holiday Inn Downtown Superdome! Stroll to the New Orleans Arena for world-class events like the Jonas Brothers concert and the Def Lepard concert. Relax in our complimentary hotel shuttle and be transported to the French Quarter, Harrah's Casino, Audubon Institute's Aquarium and IMAX Theater or the Arts District .…more

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New Orleans International Airport Hotels
Louis Armstrong International Airport is located in Kenner, 11 miles northwest of downtown New Orleans. Several airlines offer non-stop service to New Orleans from major cities.

Superdome Hotels
The Louisiana Superdome has hosted six Superbowls--more than any other facility of its kind--three NCAA's Final Fours and more Saints games, Sugar Bowls and star-studded events than imaginable. Built in 1975, the Superdome is better than ever.

Downtown New Orleans Hotels
With premium access to world-class dining, art, music and culture, Downtown New Orleans is a great place to visit.

Convention Center Hotels
Along the mighty Mississippi River, within walking distance of the French Quarter, Jackson Square, the Aquarium of the Americas and 30,000 first-class hotel rooms.

New Orleans Arena Hotels
The state-of-the-art Arena is now the proud home of the NBA New Orleans Hornets and will host more than 40 basketball games for the professional team this year.

Fair Grounds Race Course Hotels
Fair Grounds Race Course, often known as New Orleans Fair Grounds, is a thoroughbred racetrack and racino in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Aquarium of Americas Hotels
Walk beneath the vivid Caribbean Reef, marvel at the lush beauty of the Amazon Rainforest and journey the Mississippi River at Audubon Aquarium of the Americas where penguins, sting rays, sharks and other deep sea creatures await your visit.

Riverwalk Marketplace Hotels
Riverwalk is a half-mile of fun located between the Convention Center and the Aquarium of the Americas, right alongside the Mississippi River front.

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About New Orleans

New Orleans welcomes visitors with a genuine hospitality and one of a kind flair. The city's unique mix of cultures creates a chameleon destination; with so many aspects to its character, the city truly can offer something for every type of visitor, appeal to every interest, and fulfill every agenda with equal enthusiasm.

The city is full of complexities and contradictions, but its multifaceted personality somehow blends into an offbeat harmony that defines the city's unmistakable charm. New Orleans is a city of marvelous excesses and gentle subtleties. It fosters peaceful relaxation and unfettered abandon. It can deliver the wildest nightlife entertainment and the most family-oriented vacation. It is bawdy and sophisticated, historic and contemporary, relaxing and energizing, educational and recreational, rustic and refined.

The climate in New Orleans is mild and pleasant most of the year-- a cross between the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. Greater Metropolitan New Orleans extends about 360 square miles (200 land, 160 water) through the parishes (local equivalent of counties) of Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard and Plaquemines. According to the 2000 U.S. Census, the population in the city proper was only about 485,000, with a total of about 1,034,000 in the metro area. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the household population has dropped. According to the U.S. Postal Service, there are about 200,000 people in the city proper, though the metro population numbers remain at roughly 1 million.

The architecture is European and Creole, the colors are Caribbean and the festive lifestyle is a New Orleans trademark. For 300 years, the French Quarter has been the heart of the city, centered around Jackson Square. Home of the French Market, Riverwalk, the Aquarium of the Americas, Spanish Plaza, museums, restaurants and enough activity for a lifetime of sightseeing. While the French Quarter is the most famous, there are lots of other fascinating neighborhoods to explore.


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