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International House Hotel

International House Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Trendsetters and celebs stay at the International House Hotel for its quietly sexy vibe, attentive staff, and posh rooms designed by a top L.A. designer. At night, the hotel’s Loa Bar (just off the rose-scented lobby) serves fancy libations by candlelight. The rates here are surprisingly fair, and the Central Business District location is within walking distance of the French Quarter.

Courtyard New Orleans Downtown/Iberville

Courtyard New Orleans Downtown/Iberville Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Courtyard New Orleans Downtown/Iberville is a great value mid-range property that's convenient for both business travelers and tourists who want a clean and quiet base to explore the French Quarter. It's attached to a Ritz-Carlton, where guests can pay a fee to use the swimming pool and spa facilities. Cheerful, vibrant rooms look more like those in a boutique hotel than the standard chain. Mini-fridges, iHome docks, and coffeemakers are nice touches, but views of a neighboring building can feel claustrophobic. Vieux Carre Café provides specialty coffee and pre-made sandwiches, but better options abound in the French Quarter neighborhood. If you're looking for a sexier boutique hotel with a great jazz bar, compare rates at the nearby Saint Hotel, Autograph Collection (which is often slightly more expensive).

Hotel Mazarin

Hotel Mazarin Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Hotel Mazarin is an upscale boutique located in the heart of the French Quarter. It features 102 rooms with elegant decor, striking bathrooms, and solid amenities -- including large flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. The property offers wonderful freebies, and a popular wine bar with outdoor seating -- but the highlight here is the gorgeous arched courtyard, a welcome retreat from the crowds of Bourbon Street. Plus, rates are competitive, and location is convenient for those looking to explore the main tourist attractions on foot.

Hotel Le Marais

Hotel Le Marais Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Hotel Le Marais is a mid-range boutique located in the heart of the French Quarter. It offers 66 rooms with great amenities -- including flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi -- and contemporary (if generic) decor. There’s a small gym with a decent selection of cardio machines; a colorful bar with a daily happy hour; and great freebies, including free bottled water and free continental breakfast. The highlight here is arguably the lovely courtyard complete with a small heated saltwater pool and tons of loungers.

Hampton Inn & Suites New Orleans-Convention Center Hotel

Hampton Inn & Suites New Orleans-Convention Center Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 288-room mid-range hotel located across the street from the convention center is pretty much perfect for the business traveler or convention-goer. Built in an old cotton factory warehouse, there are high ceilings and lots of space for guests to roam. With in-room amenities like microwaves, refrigerators (mini or full-size depending on the room level), and free Wi-Fi, this can serve as a comfortable home away from home. Convention-goers will appreciate the daily breakfast buffet or On the Run breakfast bags. And there is a swimming pool and the Warehouse Bar for unwinding after a long day. It's a bit far from area attractions, but visitors can still get to the French Quarter and other popular sights with a quick taxi ride.

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson, New Orleans French Quarter

Country Inn & Suites by Carlson, New Orleans French Quarter Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range, mid-sized hotel offers larger-than-average suite-style rooms perfect for families or guests staying for a longer visits. Home-like amenities include mini-fridges and microwaves. The hotel was constructed in a few 19th century warehouses, and there are unique design attributes throughout such as exposed wooden beams and an original elevator motor on display in the lobby. Modern conveniences include free high speed Wi-Fi and large flat-screen TVs. Though the 24-hour fitness center and pool are small, they are well kept and the free daily breakfast buffet has plentiful choices. The location in the Central Business District is a five-minute walk from the heart of the French Quarter.

The Frenchmen Hotel

The Frenchmen Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 27-room Frenchmen Hotel is in the Marigny, which is a few blocks from the French Quarter and home to some of New Orleans best music venues. The Frenchmen oozes old-style New Orleans charm, and serves a free breakfast every morning in a lovely dining room. The centerpiece of the property is a heated pool and hot tub with a brick terrace. Rooms are small, traditionally furnished, and are not geared toward families or business travelers (some don't even have desks), but they include pleasant touches such as French windows, decorative fireplaces, and Louisiana-inspired artwork. On-site covered parking is available for a fee, but Wi-Fi is free. Some guests have complained about noise from the nearby nightlife, and a musty odor in the bathrooms. More modern perks, and less noise, can be found at the nearby Lamothe House Hotel on Esplanade Avenue, but for a higher price.

BEST WESTERN PLUS French Quarter Landmark Hotel

BEST WESTERN PLUS French Quarter Landmark Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

BEST WESTERN PLUS French Quarter Landmark Hotel is positioned just three blocks from infamous Bourbon Street. The three-pearl, 102-room property is ideal for couples and friends, especially during NOLA's many festivals. Families and business travelers may prefer a quieter setting, but for location and price, this hotel is tough to beat. It's located within one of NOLA's most LGBT-friendly areas, walking distance to restaurants, bars, shops, and clubs. The hotel has the basic features of a mid-range chain hotel, and guests are particularly fond of the sizable (though seasonal) pool and generous free breakfast buffet. There's a fee for parking, which doesn't come with in and out privileges, and the hotel is surrounded by a maze of one-way streets, making it less than ideal for guests with vehicles. Check prices at Le Richelieu if you prefer a boutique hotel experience to a chain, but the bathrooms there are from another era.

Bienville House

Bienville House Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Straddling two busy French Quarter streets, the historic Bienville House is as an urban oasis, with tropical rooftop terraces and a soothing courtyard. This boutique hotel has fewer than 100 rooms, a parlor-like lobby and friendly touches, such as free lemonade and cookies in the afternoon. High ceilings make the rooms feel spacious, but the decor is unremarkable, and Standard Rooms lack windows.

Hampton Inn New Orleans-Downtown

Hampton Inn New Orleans-Downtown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 197-room, mid-range hotel is located in the Carondelet Building -- noted as the first skyscraper in New Orleans -- and perfectly located for business and pleasure. Just a block or so from the French Quarter (Carondelet Street actually turns into Bourbon Street), guests are just steps from all the action but still slightly removed in the Central Business District. Guest rooms are especially large for the area and have high ceilings and terrific light from big windows (though there are heavy drapes if guests need to sleep off a night of partying). While there is no swimming pool, the free breakfast and fitness center are both quality perks.


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