Looking for French Quarter hotel with balcony?
Wife and I are wanting to stay 1 night at a hotel in the French Quarter. We want to stay in a room with a balcony. I'm looking to spend a max of $300....hoping to be closer to $250ish. I was thinking about going the weekend of Halloween. Would that be fun or just too crazy to enjoy? It would have to be that weekend or the weekend before Halloween. Anyone who knows much about New Orleans able to give some advice/suggestions? Thanks a bunch!
- Anonymous8 years agoBest Answer
Royal Sonesta has the best balconies and the most popular ones on bourbon st. Frenchmen st has a huge block party for halloween!
Museums-Historic New Orleans Collection, Ogden, Dday, the cabildo, Pharmacy, Confederate Museum, US Mint, Louisiana State Museum, Hermann-Grima-Gallier Historic, Beauregard-Keyes House and Garden (Museum)
Drink in the Quarter! Pat O's, Lafittes Blacksmith shop, Absinthe House, Carousel Bar at the Monteleone hotel, bombay club
favorite FQ BAR- Lafittes and Pat o's,
Goldmine- place to dance in the quarter
Local Bars not in the quarter- Victorian Lounge at the Columns, Bridge Lounge, Delachaise, fat harrys, Bull Dog, Balcony bar, St. Joes, brunos, rendezvous, Lucys retired surfers bar(warehouse district), Monkey Hill, Le Bontemps Roule,
Local Dive Bars- Ms. Maes(cheap Drinks and open 24 hrs), Three Brothers,
Maple Leaf Bar, Mayfair, Harrys,
DIve bar in the quarter- Johnny Whites, Lafittes...
The best po boy sandwich is Domilise's a little family owned place outside of the quarter and is cash only.This is a best kept secret. Also since it is Crawfish Season go to Yo Mamas bar and grill and get some boiled crawfish.
My favorite drinks: Planters Punch at Pat O's, Pimms Cup at the Napolean House,bloody mary at the avenue pub uptown( Avenue pub is also a great place for beer and its open 24 hrs.
Things to do and see..Jackson Square, St Louis Cathedral, Cafe Du Monde,Moonwalk on the Mississippi, Audubon Zoo, Aquarium, Zoo/Aquarium Cruise, Imax, Royal St. Antiques, Magazine Street Shopping and Julia St Art Galleries, Check out the Architecture in the Garden District, Airboat Swamp tour, Mardi Gras World, Ride the Streetcar, New Orleans School of Cooking, Carriage Ride, City Park, Go shopping on magazine st., royal st., oak st., and freret st and canal place.
Jaquimos( Best Alligator Cheesecake and blackened red fish)
Commanders Palace(MY FAV)
Muriels(Turtle Soup, Goat Cheese Crepes, and Pecan crusted drum)
Coffee Pot (FAVORITE RED BEANS and breakfast)
Upperline( TURTLE SOUP and FISH PIQUANTE USA todays best dish
The Joint- BBQ
Galatoise- (Very famous and very good)
Dick and Jennys-(EVERYTHING IS GREAT!)
One on Hampson( BEST DUCK and OKRA GUMBO),
Crabby Jacks Lunch Only Great FOOD owned by same guy as jaquimos because jaquimos is not open for lunch and it is cheaper.
Crepe Nanou,( Love their crepes and grilled AMBERJACK)
Brigtsens ( Everything is AWESOME)
Yo Mamas Bar and Grill- Best Hamburgers and BOILED CRAWFISH during the season)
GW Fins- nice restaurant with a great and nice seafood menu
Palace Cafe( PECAN CRUSTED FISH AND BLUE CRAB LEGS)
Baru- Latin American Tapas
Cochon( BEst cochon du lait)
R and O's Great Seafood and pIzza
Galley- Great seafood home of the soft shelled crab po boy at jazz fest
Dragos in Metairie best chargrilled oysters
Frankie and JOhnnies- Great seafood
Clover Grill( open 24 hrs)
1179- Great italian food mainly pasta
Stanley(Great Breakfast and BEST GUMBO IN THE QUARTER AND OYSTER PO BOY)
Cafe du monde- beignets
Verti Marte(great po boys and delivers in quarter)
New Restaurants- Sylvian, Green goddess, Bouligny Tavern(gastro pub), High Hat Cafe, Company Burger, Ancora Pizzeria & Salumeria, Dat Dog...
****** I have taken off Napolean House off my food list i went there last week and the food was awful with mice running around. If you go there just sit t the bar and have their famed Pimms Cup. That is all that place is good for.
Frenchman street has a lot of music clubs!!(snug Harbour, DBA, Spotted Cat)
Tipitinas has cajun dancing every sunday night as long as there is no special events going on
Maple Leaf Bar- Rebirth plays every Tuesday night and it right next door to the local favorite restaurant jaquimos!!!!Great music plays here! http://mapleleafbar.com/
Le bon temps rouler- Soul rebels every Thursday http://www.myspace.com/4801magazine
Rock n Bowl- http://www.rockandbowl.com/CalandarPAGE/…
House of Blues
Vaughns- Kermit Ruffins plays here a lot.
Howlin Wolf- http://www.thehowlinwolf.com
Preservation Hall- Serves no Alcohol so all ages are allowed to go in.
Chickie Wa Wa- chickiewahwah.com/
Snug Harbour- http://www.snugjazz.com/site/
Laissez les bon temps rouler!
- christnpLv 78 years ago
Halloween weekend is a popular time to go. Many (probably most) hotels will have 2-3 night stay minimums. Many hotels have a minimum stay requirement for any weekend, not just special event weekends..
There are lots of FQ hotels with balconies. Were you hoping for a balcony that overlooks Bourbon Street? Or just a balcony overlooking any street in the FQ? For Bourbon Street, it's very pricey and will almost certainly have a 2 night minimum stay on any weekend.
Lastly, many hotels are already sold out for Halloween weekend. Of the ones that still have availability, some have higher rates.
Pick another weekend, and for your budget you can find a balcony room that is not directly overlooking Bourbon Street.
- ?Lv 48 years ago
French Quarter is a famed district attracting numerous visitors every year. It’s said that there’s a story to tell behind every corner of the French Quarter, including its numerous hotels. As you’re looking for hotels with balconies, I find nice recommendations for your budget.
Andrew Jackson Hotel, French Quarter Inns
919 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
This is a lovely hotel with a desirable location in the heart of the French Quarter. The Bourbon Street and Jackson Square are just steps away. The whole hotel features a beautiful setting of 18th century Creole courtyard. Your guestrooms will also have celebrated wrought-iron balconies and you can overlook the Royal Street. Its nightly rate just starts from $132, much lower than your budget.
Chateau Bourbon, A Wyndham Historic Hotel
800 Iberville Street, New Orleans, LA 70112
This charming historic hotel provides spacious accommodations and lush courtyards. Of course, the hotel has balconies for your needs. This business-friendly hotel has a nightly rate from $159.
Omni Royal Orleans
621 St. Louis Street, New Orleans, LA 70140
As for your budget, I think this hotel is a nice option. The Omni Royal has a convenient location in the heart of French Quarter. But it’s located on a quiet road, away from the hustle and bustle of the noisy Bourbon Street. You can ask for Premier Rooms with a Balcony overlooking St. Louis or the legendary Royal Street. Get the best available rate for a premier room at $239 per night.
If you need more hotel options, just click the link below and find more info about New Orleans hotels.
As you’re planning to spend the Halloween weekend in New Orleans, it certainly would be very fun. Go to one of the many famous haunted tours through the French Quarter. First you can check out some of the Voodoo shops to have a better understanding of its history. Then go to the costume shops and pick up your costume. As for the details on New Orleans Halloween, you can check the following websites:
- ds1976Lv 58 years ago
These are some of the Hotels in French Quarter with Balconies. I am not sure of the prices that you can check.
The Inn on Bourbon Ramada Plaza Hotel New Orleans
Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans
Hotel St. Marie New Orleans
Omni Royal Hotel New Orleans
Holiday Inn French Quarter Chateau Lemoyne New Orleans