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Where To Stay For Mardi Gras 2020 – Mardi Gras Hotels

New Orleans is a major tourist destination with many options for accommodations. You’ll have the choice of quaint bed & breakfasts and luxury hotels. So, where is the best location to stay during the Mardi Gras celebrations? If you’re looking for a party scene, stay around the Bourbon Street area. Book a hotel with balcony access and watch all of the festivities below. Keep in mind, Bourbon Street becomes very crowded and is not recommended for families. If you’re traveling with kids or prefer less partying look no further than the St. Charles Avenue area. This is where many of the parades are held during the day. The street is home to many restaurants, bars, shops, and hotels making it the perfect location for all types of visitors. Mardi Gras is a busy time of the year for the city, so book your accommodation as soon as possible.  Here is a list of hotels to help you with planning your trip to Mardi Gras.

Lafitte Guest House

The Lafitte Guest House is a boutique bed & breakfast located near the residential section of the French Quarter. Take advantage of shared balconies, great for larger groups or meeting fellow travelers. Don’t forget to stock up on Mardi Gras beads to throw down to the crowd.

City House Hostel

If you’re traveling on a budget consider the City House Hostel New Orleans located right around the corner from Bourbon Street. The hostel offers both shared and private dorms. This is a good option for solo travelers heading to Mardi Gras. A hidden gem for backpackers!

Andrew Jackson Hotel

NOLA is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. and some believe the city is haunted. If you feel like doing a little ghost hunting look no further than the Andrew Jackson Hotel located in the French Quarter. The property was originally home to a boarding school during the 1700s. When the famous fires broke out around the city it destroyed the boarding school. At least five students died in the building after becoming trapped. Local legends say the students still roam the grounds.

Omni Royal Orleans Hotel

Searching for some luxury? Check out the Omni Royal Orleans Hotel and experience the royal treatment while visiting New Orleans. Located in the French Quarter it’s the ideal hotel for anyone looking to be in the center of Mardi Gras celebrations. The famous Rib Room restaurant is also located inside the hotel.

Columns Hotel

A former private residence dating back to 1883 the Columns Hotel offers historic charm to its guests. The décor will make you feel as if you’re stepping back in time. Conveniently located along St. Charles Avenue it’s the perfect choice for families and couples. Make sure to check out the hotel bar and order a refreshing Mint Julep.

Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast

Another hotel offering local history is the Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast. The building also dates back to the 1800s and is adorned in classic décor. Located only two miles away from the French Quarter it’s a great option for anyone wanting to have easy access to different parts of New Orleans.

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