When you're traveling to New Orleans for Tissue World 2016 this year, everyone is looking for the best value in price, location, and ammenities in where they are going to stay. Here is a quick list of some notable places, as well as some great links and resources to help you find your perfect place to stay next March.
If you're looking for great places to eat in New Orleans, check out this article.
The Hottest Hotels in New Orleans
If you're looking for the best of the best, here are the best two links that list them from U.S. News and Trip Advisor:
Hotels by Area
The Convention Center area is home to many of New Orleans hotels because of it's prime location between the French Quarter and the Garden District. Among the attractions in the Central Business District (or as the locals call it, "the CBD") are many of New Orlean's famous restaurants as well as the Super Dome.
French Quarter & Marigny
In one of the most famous and popular New Orleans neighborhoods for locals and tourists alike, you will find higher prices but also the pinnacle of New Orleans culture. If you're into historic architecture and you want to be in the heart of Bourbon street action, this is the place for you.
If you're looking for a less busy and crowed part of town, then it appears the Garden District is for you. Filled with picturesque tree lined streets and antebellum mansions, this is where you will find all the good ol' Southern Charm. And you can always hop on the streetcar line for $1.50 and see the rest of the city.
If you're looking to stay "on budget" and get in and out of town with minimal fanfare or hassel, the Metairie surburb just outside of New Orleans is the perfect desitnation for business men and women on the go. You'll still find plenty of restaurants and shopping areas to explore in this area, but at more affordable prices.
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