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Hotels in New Orleans near Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Mercedes-Benz Superdome Introduction

Catch a home game of the New Orleans Saints National Football League (NFL) team at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans' Central Business District (CBD). Opened in 1975 and reconstructed in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina, this iconic facility seats over 73,000 fans and has hosted 7 Super Bowls in its time. The stadium has also featured basketball games, Major League Baseball (MLB) tournaments, and championship boxing matches. Set in the heart of the CBD, it's also well-placed for seeing the big-name concerts at the Smoothie King Center and outdoor performances at Champions Square, as well as the numerous museums nearby.

Hotels near Mercedes-Benz Superdome

There's a broad range of accommodation within easy reach of the Superdome. The closest hotels fall into the 3-star and 4-star categories, and have outdoor pools, restaurants, and rooftop terraces. Several 4-star hotels cater to a more corporate customer. These have modern rooms, business centers, and gyms. Affordable properties are found within a mile of the stadium and offer basic rooms and free parking. Peak season in New Orleans is in spring, between February and May, when the city hosts Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest. Summer is blisteringly hot, but it's also when you'll find the best hotel deals.

Where to stay near Mercedes-Benz Superdome

The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is in the Central Business District, the buzzy commercial area offering a mix of high-rise hotels and offices, plus exclusive restaurants, stylish bars, and museums. Another popular area for lodging is the French Quarter, northeast of the CBD and Canal Street. Also known as Vieux Carré, the oldest and most famous part of New Orleans features an abundance of Creole, American, French, and Spanish colonial architecture - buildings with ornate iron balconies and private courtyards. At its heart are Bourbon Street and Royal Street, home to cool jazz clubs, antique stores, and old-time bars.

Things to see near Mercedes-Benz Superdome

After the game, why not take in a big-name concert at the Smoothie King Center, a 6-minute walk from the stadium, or Champions Square, an outdoor amphitheater. View collections by the South's most iconic artists at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art at Lee Circle, a mile from the Superdome. A mile northeast of the stadium is the city's vibrant heart, the French Quarter. Discover dozens of lively jazz clubs, storied bars, and cajun restaurants packed along Bourbon Street's 13 blocks. Allowing open containers of alcohol on the street, it's also where many of the Mardi Gras parades take place.

How to get to Mercedes-Benz Superdome

The Mercedes-Benz Superdome is easy to reach by car and public transport. It's moments from Highway 90 and I-10, and parking is available. Amtrak trains and Greyhound buses arrive and depart from Union Passenger Terminal, opposite the stadium, and within steps of the Loyola Avenue/Union Passenger Terminal streetcar loop. The city's classic streetcars, which also run along St. Charles Avenue, Canal Street, and the Riverfront, work alongside an extensive bus network. Navigating the city is easy. The French Quarter and the CBD are both walkable. The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is 14.5 miles west of the Superdome.

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