Choosing where to stay during a bachelorette trip is a very important part of the planning process. Your accommodations will be your home base and will dictate which bars and restaurants you go to, as well as how long you spend in that Uber.
The best places to stay in New Orleans
This article will walk you through different AirBnb, hotel and neighborhood options for your bachelorette party in New Orleans.
The best neighborhoods in New Orleans for a bachelorette
New Orleans is filled with great Airbnb and home rentals perfect for a larger group. We’ve broken down the best ones below. You can pick from any of the following neighborhoods:
- The French Quarter
- Bourbon Street
- The Warehouse District
The French Quarter
The French Quarter is centrally located and is one of the best known New Orleans neighborhoods. The French Quarter is about five to 20 minutes walk from all of the most popular bars and restaurants. This is a great location if you want to get out and about as much as possible.
Bourbon Street is technically not it’s own neighborhood, it’s actually located within the French Quarter. It’s typically very crowded, but has amazing live music. It gets very wild, so if you’re looking for an area with a ton of energy, see if you can book near here.
The Warehouse District is one of the best places to stay if you or anyone in your group is a foodie. This neighborhood is primarily bars and restaurants nestled within – you guessed it – converted warehouses.
The best hotels and home rentals for bachelorettes in New Orleans
The best places for bachelorette parties stay in New Orleans are:
- Ace Hotel
- The Eliza Jane Hotel
- Bourbon Orleans Hotel
- The Old No. 77
The Ace Hotel in New Orleans is very close to the French Quarter in a beautifully renovated building. There’s a great pool and beautiful views of the city. We recommend grabbing drinks at the Alto rooftop bar with your crew. Cost: $$$
The Eliza Jane Hotel
The Eliza Jane is a gorgeous new hotel in the heart of New Orleans inside of converted historical warehouses. The hotel features an amazing bar and restaurant, perfect for larger groups looking for a classy bachelorette trip to New Orleans. Cost: $$$$
The Bourbon Orleans hotel is in the middle of the French Quarter and is a testament to the beauty of New Orleans. This classical old building is a great option if you love French-inspired architecture. Cost: $$
According to their website, “Ideally situated just three blocks from the French Quarter, the Old No. 77 Hotel is a fine boutique hotel with a storied history. Home to a rotating art gallery, Provenance Signature Amenities, and Compère Lapin — one of New Orleans’ top restaurants — this enchanting Provenance Hotels property is your gateway to the cultural epicenter of New Orleans.” Cost: $$$$$