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New Orleans is proud of its well-known nickname, "Big Easy", because it so aptly describes the attitude of this lovely city, steeped in history and intertwining cultures.
The glamorous city of New Orleans had quite an inauspicious beginning. Though founded by French Creoles, she actually began as a crude settlement beset by hurricanes, floods and hostile Indians.
By 1762, Louisiana had been transferred from French to Spanish hands. Thus, New Orleans was in the hands of the Spanish at the time the New England colonies revolted against George III. Following the Louisiana Purchase, more and more Americans came downriver to make their fortunes in New Orleans. During the War of 1812, General Andrew Jackson arrived on the scene and defeated the British in the Battle of New Orleans - the last battle of the last war ever fought between the U.S. and Great Britain.
Today, New Orleans continues to flourish. It is one of the largest ports in the United States and in the world. Millions of dollars are being spent in development and renovation. Yet, with all the modern innovations, the city retains its Old World aura, carefully preserving its history, its reputation for world-famous jazz and cuisine, and its romantic Creole heritage.
From art galleries and museums to professional sports, from the high life on Bourbon Street to enchanting riverboat cruises, New Orleans offers every visitor hundreds of entertaining and enjoyable destinations. No wonder it's known throughout the world as a city where hospitality never ends!  More...
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Featured Hotel: St. James Hotel New Orleans
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The St. James Hotel is centrally located on Magazine Street in the heart of downtown New Orleans. The hotel's prime location makes for a short walk to the French Quarter, Riverwalk, Convention Center, Superdome, Harrah's Casino and New Orleans' world famous antiques and specialty shops. New Orleans West Indies elegance and 21st Century conveniences are found in the magnificently restored historic landmark building complete with rooftop terraces, an exercise facility, lush courtyard and pool. Enjoy a variety of 86 elegantly appointed rooms and suites. Amenities include marble bath, mini bar, plush terry robes, in-room safe, hair dryer and much more.   Book it Now!
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Hotel Review: W New Orleans French Quarter
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Hotter than Mardi Gras 'cause it's happening all year round. It's W New Orleans- French Quarter. Stay a while. Meet and mingle in our playful Living Room. Take a flying leap onto our fluffy, soft feather bed. Or indulge your romantic side and your taste buds simultaneously at Bacco. Voted one of the best restaurants in the city, Bacco transports you to a world of Venetian magnificence. In a city filled with exquisite shops, great music, and an unparalleled nightlife, W New Orleans- French Quarter offers savvy travelers the style and design they deserve. W New Orleans-French Quarter is unconditionally dedicated to service. Unwind. Hook up. 24 hour concierge, in-room dataports, and meeting facilities wired with the latest technology are just a few of the perks. Want a fantastic costume for Mardi Gras? Need a fax, scanner, or printer at 3am? Simply push a button on your phone to reach our Whatever/Whenever desk. Whatever you want. Whenever you want it. And when you're ready to venture outside, the best of New Orleans surrounds you.   Book it Now!
Hotel Review: The Fairmont New Orleans
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First as the Grunewald, then as The Roosevelt and now The Fairmont New Orleans, the legendary hotel has created an enduring tradition of hospitality in New Orleans. The tradition began in 1893, when the Grunewald Hotel, a 200-room, six-story hotel named for owner Louis Grunewald, opened on Baronne Street near the fabled French Quarter. Grunewald added a 400-room, 14-story annex in 1908, now the hotel's main entrance. He also opened what is believed to be America's first nightclub. Called The Cave, this subterranean supper club featured waterfalls, stalactites and chorus girls dancing to Dixieland jazz. The Fairmont New Orleans continued the tradition of a grand hotel, pampering its guests with gracious hospitality. Adding to its already colourful history, the hotel served as the inspiration for Arthur Hailey's best-selling novel Hotel. Employees at the hotel during that era remembered Hailey taking copious notes throughout the hotel and could even identify some of the characters written about in the novel.   Book it Now!