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  • Club La Pension

    New Orleans, Louisiana When you enter the lobby of Club La Pension you'll find, Deep-tone fabrics, marble floors, and textured wall coverings enhance this comfortable sitting area. Original works of art and lovely antique...
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  • Bon Temps Village

    Mandeville, LA Southern Louisiana provides a rustic, wooded setting for Bon Temps Village, designed to appeal to all types of vacationers. Relax in the comfort of your own town house or visit Pelican's Athletic...
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  • Chateau Orleans

    New Orleans, LA Chateau Orleans is nestled in the historic French Quarter, making it an ideal base for a New Orleans vacation. You're within walking distance of many of the area's greatest attractions. Bourbon...
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  • The Courtyards

    New Orleans, LA The Courtyards is an 165-year-old renovated Porte-Cochere townhouse in New Orleans' world-renowned French Quarter. The resort is located within walking distance of a variety of sites, such as...
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  • Wyndham Avenue Plaza

    New Orleans, LA Avenue Plaza Resort and Pro Spa has a prime location on St. Charles Avenue in the Garden District, just minutes from the historic French Quarter. The famous New Orleans streetcar travels past the...
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  • Hillcrest Lake Villas

    Abita Springs, LA Hillcrest Lake Villas is a quiet, relaxing resort just an hour's drive from New Orleans. Enjoy the lake and swimming pool or 18-hole golf course. Lake Pontchartrain is 15 miles away. Plan to spend a...
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  • Hotel de la Monnaie

    New Orleans, LA When you think of New Orleans and the French Quarter, you're also thinking of Hotel de la Monnaie. Your accommodations are situated at the edge of the French Quarter, where you'll find history, food,...
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  • Hotel de la Monnaie

    New Orleans, LA When you think of New Orleans and the French Quarter, you're also thinking of Hotel de la Monnaie. Your accommodations are situated at the edge of the French Quarter, where you'll find history, food,...
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  • Hotel Storyville

    New Orleans, LA Located two blocks from the French Quarter with all its Old-World charm and world-famous restaurants, Hotel Storyville is a small, intimate resort that strives to give the vacationer a genuine...
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  • Jean Lafitte House

    New Orleans, LA Jean Lafitte, the notorious pirate and patriot of the Caribbean, is the namesake of this New Orleans locale. The two brick buildings, built in 1831 by Lafitte's fierce captain Rene Beluche, have been...
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  • Maison Pierre Lafitte

    New Orleans, LA Maison Pierre Lafitte fronts the French Quarter tourist district. Here you have direct access to a multitude of restaurants, night clubs, and tourist attractions particular to New Orleans. The resort...
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  • Mardi Gras Manor I

    New Orleans, LA Nestled in the historic French Quarter, Mardi Gras Manor I is an ideal base for a New Orleans vacation. A car is not a necessity because you'll be within walking distance of many of the area's...
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  • Plaza Suite Hotel Resort

    New Orleans, LA The Plaza Suite Hotel is located downtown in the Warehouse district within blocks of the French Quarter and other area attractions. Numerous restaurants are within easy walking distance, as are taxi,...
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  • Plaza Suites II

    Metairie, LA Plaza Suites II is in the middle of the action, located only 10 minutes from the famous French Quarter, the Louis Armstrong Airport, and other area attractions. A complimentary continental breakfast...
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  • The Quarter House

    New Orleans, LA New Orleans' French Quarter has The Quarter House, a luxury suite resort in the heart of the Vieux Carre. The building was designed by renowned New Orleans architect James Gallier in 1831. In 1983,...
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  • WorldMark New Orleans - Avenue Plaza

    New Orleans, LA Spicy Creole cuisine, smokin' Cajun music, colorful Mississippi River legends, and mystical voodoo folklore--these are hallmarks of the Big Easy, and Worldmark New Orleans is your home in this...
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  • Frenchmen Orleans

    New Orleans, LA Located in the center of the historic Faubourg Marigny, on the downriver side of the French Quarter, the Frenchmen Orleans 519 offers twenty-one luxury condominiums. Within walking distance of the...
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  • Quarter House

    New Orleans, LA If you love New Orleans and the unique ambiance of the French Quarter, then you will love the Quarter House. Dine at one of the cities many world famous restaurants and enjoy one of a kind music...
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  • Wyndham La Belle Maison

    New Orleans, LA Step into the Wyndham La Belle Maison and be greeted by a level of sophistication and charm found nowhere else in the Crescent City. This resort is the ultimate vacation destination complete with a...
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    Louisiana


    New Orleans has been holding an Open House of sorts since the colony was founded in 1718. The early French settlers were followed by the Spaniards, Germans, Africans and Americans, who produced an ever-changing cast of river folk, pirates, musicians, chefs, and even voodoo queens. Today, New Orleans, often called the Big Easy, is a slow paced, friendly town. From the narrow streets and iron lace balconies of the French Quarter to the muddy brown of Ol' Man River, the city has a complex and romantic past. You can ride a horse-drawn carriage or a clanging streetcar, linger over a five-course Creole dinner, and explore unique shops. Then stop outside for the street corner shows from tap dancers, mimes, musicians, and other eclectic performers.
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