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With it’s a unique blends of Spanish, French, American, and Creole cultures, New Orleans is one of the most distinctive and culturally diverse cities in the US. The city is steeped in old-world splendor, with lavish hotels, sumptuous stores, fine dining, and an amazing art scene—an ideal destination for lovers of good food, style, and culture. Chill out to the sweet sounds of jazz, indulge in magnificent sights, and be cosseted by one of the most hospitable cities on the planet.

Things to see in New Orleans

The French Quarter is brimming with wonderful art, architecture, and antiques. Make sure to visit the iconic Gallier House, an emblematic example of New Orleans architecture. For anyone interested in luxury shopping in New Orleans, the French Antique Shop is not to be missed with its vast collection of exquisite antique chandeliers, furniture, porcelain, and objets d'art. Once you’ve had your fill of shopping, head to one of the best restaurants in New Orleans for an extravagant dinner. The classic old-style French-Creole bistro Galatoire's still serves the same dishes that it did in 1905—fried oysters and bacon en brochette are a must for any serious gastronome. Bourbon Street is the epicenter of the city’s legendary jazz scene, but you’ll hear and see musicians everywhere you go. With bars and music venues that stay open all night long, the musical pleasure never has to end.

Luxury hotels in New Orleans

Visitors will discover a huge array of high-end hotels in New Orleans. In fact, some of New Orleans’ luxury hotels can be seen as destinations in their own right, housing many of the city’s finest clubs, restaurants, and spas. Soak up the old-world antebellum luxury in a painstakingly restored New Orleans residence, enjoy the hip eclecticism of a trendy boutique hotel, or chill out in an oasis of calm and comfort in one of the city’s latest landmark hotels. Whichever style you choose, luxury accommodation in New Orleans typically delivers comfort and service at the highest level.

Where to stay in New Orleans

The French Quarter is the jewel in the city’s crown, home to some of the best restaurants in New Orleans. With fascinating architecture, vibrant nightlife, luxury shopping, and great food, you could happily spend days on end in this spectacular neighborhood. The Central Business District (CBD) is another great area for luxury hotels in New Orleans—most are spacious and modern with a wide range of top-class facilities. With its well-preserved collection of houses steeped in that unique Southern charm, the Garden District is a popular destination for visitors. Here you will find some of the most charming boutique hotels in New Orleans.

How to get to New Orleans

Louis Armstrong International Airport is New Orleans’ main airport, located in the suburban district of Kenner. Louis Armstrong International serves numerous destinations throughout North America, and also offers international connections. Taxi and limo services connect the airport with the city center. For those traveling by car, the primary road into and out of the city is Interstate 10, which runs east to west. Downtown New Orleans is compact and, depending on where you stay, walking is probably the best option for getting around, while a trip on the iconic New Orleans street car is a fun way to see the city.

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