Hotel Rooms Still Available In New Orleans For Mardi Gras And Super Bowl
Yup, you read that right. If you hurry, there are still rooms available for Mardi Gras in New Orleans. I know, I was as surprised as you are, but you better hurry. I promise that these rooms will disappear very quickly.
I should note that these were the rooms and suites were available at the time of publishing; I can’t guarantee the availability of any room during this very popular time of the year in New Orleans.
Mardi Gras 2013 Hotel Rooms
905 Royal Hotel: This beautiful and historic French Quarter hotel comes with all of the special touches that you deserve and want. They have two suites left including a one bedroom suite for two people at $350 per night with a five night minimum and a two bedroom suite for up to four people at $525 a night, also with a five night minimum stay.
Chateau Dupre Hotel: This hotel in the French Quarter offers luxury and an intimate feeling that makes it stand out from many of the other hotels in the city. They have only five rooms left that are available during various times during the Mardi Gras season. Room rates vary depending on the arrival and departure: in Thursday and Out Tuesday $139.00 per night, in Thursday and out Sunday $169.00 per night and in Sunday and out Tuesday $179.00 per night.
Wyndham New Orleans - French Quarter: Located in the heart of the French Quarter, a very short walk between Bourbon Street and the Mardi Gras parades that travel down Canal Street. The Wyndham offers relaxing accommodations with inviting amenities close to all of the action.
Hotel Indigo: This is the newest hotel in the city, located on St. Charles Avenue in the beautiful Garden District. They are situated right on the Uptown parade route and a short trip on the street car to the French Quarter.
Hotel Provincial: Located in the residential section of the French Quarter and just a short walk to all of the excitement of the Mardi Gras Parades and the craziness of the world famous Bourbon Street is Hotel Provincial. It’s an intimate hotel that mixes history with modern amenities to create a luxurious environment for your next visit to New Orleans.
Hotel St. Pierre: When the New York Times travel section says that a hotel is the place to stay in New Orleans, who am I to argue? The Hotel St. Pierre has this distinction and combines of mix of historic charm with the perfect location. Rates range from $209 a night for a standard room with a double bed to $299 a night for their Jacuzzi suite.
Lafitte Guest House: Located on the residential section of Bourbon Street, but still close to the excitement at the other end and many of the parades it the Lafitte Guest House. The guest house is an elegant French style mansion that’s been transformed into a luxury boutique hotel.
Maison Dupuy Hotel: The Maison Dupuy has rooms started at $359 per night with a minimum stay of three nights if you plan on staying over on Saturday. This recently renovated hotel is located just two blocks from Bourbon Street and mixes history and luxury for the perfect hotel experience.
The Pelham Hotel: This unique boutique hotel is located near where many of the parades pass on Canal Street is the Pelham Hotel. They have rooms left for the nights of February 10-12 with rates of $319 per night.
Prytania Park Hotel: Less than a block from the front door of the Prytania Park is the parades on St. Charles Avenue. This quant and beautiful hotel is located in the Garden District near the streetcar line and has two suites left
Ramada Metairie: Located in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie is this Ramada. It’s a short drive or cab ride to the parades uptown and all of the action in the French Quarter. They have rooms for the following dates still available: January 25th-30th, February 3rd-7th and February 9th through 12th.
St. Christopher Hotel: Located just on the other side of Canal Street from the French Quarter is this historic Best Western Plus. It’s close to the parades on Canal Street, as well as a short walk to the French Quarter.
You can make reservations with these hotels online or by phone. If you call to make your reservations, please mention that you found out about their hotel on Mardi Gras New Orleans.
A couple of related FYI’s, be prepared for three night minimum stay requirements at many hotels in New Orleans during Mardi Gras, especially if you’re making reservations that include a Saturday night. Prices subject to change and make sure to contact the hotel for all of the details. Also, outside of New Orleans proper, there may still be more rooms available in the suburbs of Metairie and along the Westbank.
Mardi Gras 2013 Parade Packages
Zea Rotisserie And Grill doesn’t have hotel rooms for you, but they do have packages for the parades that include all you can eat buffets, complimentary drinks, free parking and most importantly bathroom facilities at their St. Charles Avenue location. Prices vary depending on the parades and like the hotel rooms, there are only a limited number of reservations available so make yours as soon as possible.