New Orleans Holidays
Smouldering jazz bars & Creole cuisine
A holiday to New Orleans takes you to an American city of culture with strong European influences. Stroll down Bourbon street, soak in the sights, and indulge in the creole cuisines that are unique to this Louisiana city. As the birthplace of the blues, this will be a USA holiday that music lovers and foodies alike will never forget.
Opulent hotel with a stunning lobby, upscale restaurant and a heated rooftop pool only a nine-minute walk from the French Quarter.
Le Meridien New Orleans
With a spectacular rooftop pool, luxury rooms, Louisiana inspired all-day dining and a peaceful but convenient location - Le Meridien is a great option for a relaxed stay in the Big Easy.
Virgin Hotels New Orleans
THE place to stay in the heart of the eclectic and artsy Warehouse District. The combination of chic chambers, bold dining, and lively events create an unforgettable experience.
Wander the streets of the French Quarter
Also known as the Vieux Carre, the French Quarter is one of New Orleans' most historic and renowned neighbourhoods. A seamless blend of old and new, you'll find antique shops and storied restaurants standing beside modern store-fronts and boutiques, with iconic jewels like St. Louis' Cathedral and Madame LaLaurie's Mansion dotted across the quarter. Explore Jackson Square, visit the French Market or one of the local museums, and sample the local fine dining for yourself.
Take a Steamboat Ride on the Mississippi River
The vast stretch of the Mississippi River, so critical for historic trade and commerce in the area, now boasts fantastic opportunities for visitors to the area. Where steamboats once played a key role in passenger and freight transport, they are now available for your sight-seeing pleasure, providing a cross-country experience that will take you through a number of ports of call along the river, revealing countless wonders in the rich towns and neighbourhoods along its twining length.
Visit the city's picturesque Garden District
Embodying its name beautifully, the stunning Garden District of New Orleans is one of the most lovely places to visit on your trip. Stroll by enormous mansions with gorgeously elegant landscaping, visit a famous gothic cemetery like Lafayette Cemetery and marvel at the tombs and mausoleums, then browse through the shops and eateries throughout the neighbourhood. No matter where you walk, the towering trees and greenery will show you without a doubt how this district got its name.