New Orleans, Louisiana

Experience sophisticated Southern charm in the Big Easy with Inspirato. Stay with us in the Central Business District at the Windsor Court Hotel, a European-style property offering Old World charm. Experience a traditional afternoon tea service or explore the Shops at Canal Place and Mississippi River—both are just a short walk away.

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Sophisticated Southern Charm

It’s hard to name a more distinctive city than New Orleans—from its cuisine to its music and architecture, it has an unmistakable flair. You could fill an entire weekend just eating and drinking your way through the cobblestone streets of the French Quarter, but you’d be remiss not to venture out via bike or streetcar to surrounding neighborhoods. Check out Frenchmen Street where you’ll find fewer crowds and four blocks of live jazz, bars, galleries, and eateries. Get a little spooky and visit one of the Crescent City's hauntingly beautiful cemeteries or go on a ghost tour.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)
  • Average temperature
    85°F in summer; 66°F in winter
  • Peak season
  • Car recommended?
  • Population

Destination Highlights

  • The French Quarter

    Also known as the Vieux Carré, the French Quarter is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans and is brimming with famous attractions including Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, and the famous Bourbon Street.

  • The Garden District

    More than 100 years old, the Garden District is considered to have some of the best historic mansions in the country. Meander down the street and take in the immaculate gardens that are in bloom year-round.

  • Riverboat Rides

    Hop on an authentic steamboat to enjoy the sights and sounds as you make your way down the mighty Mississippi River. For an added treat, travel on a steamboat that features live jazz music.



  • Forecasting Your New Orleans Vacation

    New Orleans experiences long, hot summers and short, cool winters with some rain year-round. The temperature rarely falls below 35°F or above 97°F. The best times to visit New Orleans for warm weather without much rain are from late March to mid-May and from late September to mid-November.


Map of New Orleans

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