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Hotel St. Pierre

Swinging jazz clubs, world-class restaurants and the entangled history of the French Quarter illuminate your stay at Hotel St. Pierre. Discover all that New Orleans has to offer with our local guide.

Say What? New Orleans Lingo - Know Before You Go

If you’re planning to make a visit to New Orleans, then you’re in for a real treat. There is no other city that is quite as unique and vibrant as the Big Easy; from the people to the architecture and the vast array of eclectic entertainment options that you’ll discover at every turn. Another element of NOLA that possesses its own special charm is the language. New Orleans natives and self-made locals speak a whole different vocabulary that can make you feel like it’s a foreign language.

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Visit NOLA: Come As a Tourist, Stay Like a Local


There’s something extra-special when you visit a city as unique as New Orleans and experience it like a local, and that’s exactly what the Hotel St. Pierre lets you do.

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How To Beat the Heat on a New Orleans Vacation

There’s no place that can match the magic and romance of New Orleans, but if you’re traveling to the Big Easy during the summer, it can get hot and steamy (which isn’t always a good thing)! Lucky for you, NOLA is packed with possibilities for all sorts of fun, including many attractions that keep you nice and cool while you explore.

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Hotel St. Pierre Is ‘All That Jazz’ in NOLA

As you wander through the quaint and cozy lobby and charming grounds of the Hotel St. Pierre, you’ll notice a collection of various musical instruments and other jazz memorabilia adorning the walls and the names of several jazz musicians on the cottage doors. Of course, New Orleans has long been known for its incredible music scene, but the Hotel St. Pierre holds a very special place in NOLA’s jazz heritage.

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Magazine Street Guide

Stretching an astounding six miles long as it winds through the city, Magazine Street is a destination unto itself. You can easily spend a day (or days) traversing this amazing thoroughfare and still barely make a dent in seeing everything it has to offer. Luckily, we’ve put together a comprehensive Magazine Street itinerary as a handy guide to some of the street’s best bars, boutiques, restaurants, art galleries and more, so you can spend less time looking up places to visit and more time enjoying the endlessly fun Magazine Street!

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Breakfast Spots in New Orleans for Early Risers

Are you an early riser? Don’t delay the most important meal of the day! While there are diners open 24/7 across the French Quarter, let’s suppose you want a breakfast meal that starts with a clean slate. Check out these breakfast spots around the French Quarter during your stay at Hotel St. Pierre, open especially for the early birds.

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New Orleans Crawfish Season Guide

Are you a fan of seafood, spicy foods, or classic New Orleans foods? If so, don't miss your chance to try boiled crawfish! Our New Orleans Crawfish Season Guide tells you everything you need to know to take part in this seasonal culinary tradition.

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Get Your Zydeco Music On in New Orleans

New Orleans is closely connected to music, especially jazz. Nights in the French Quarter swim with live jams and lively rhythms. Perhaps you’ve heard the very distinct sound of zydeco. The piano accordian-based musical genre complete with washboard rhythms is influenced by Cajun music, blues, jazz, gospel and African-American traditions.

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A Day on Magazine Street

Magazine Street is a picturesque and eclectic part of New Orleans often overlooked by tourists. The 6-mile thoroughfare is dotted with historic houses and mansions with wrap-around porches, old trees, antiques, handcrafts and restaurants. It’s a great way to spend the day for its exceptional beauty and shops.

Here’s a guide to a day on Magazine Street - how to get there, where to eat, and what to do.

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Unique Gorgeous New Orleans Cemeteries

New Orleans is recognized for its ornate and historic cemeteries that show the mark of time. Because the city was built on swamplands, above-ground crypts were established to house the dead. Today, its cemeteries are visited by tourists around the world, as well as locals paying respects to their dearly departed. Here’s a list of 5 unique and beautiful cemeteries to check out during your stay in New Orleans.

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5 Great Spots for Live Music in the French Quarter

If you're staying at Hotel St. Pierre, live music in the French Quarter is an absolute must. Here we’ve made a list of the five best places to check out live bands during your stay in the Big Easy.

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Most Haunted Places in the French Quarter

It’s an understatement to say that the French Quarter has a deep, complex history. It’s changed hands during territorial disputes and today has architecture from the French, Spanish and final U.S. annexation. This colored past is preserved in the Quarter’s buildings, alleys and homes, and with it, many believe past spirits are as well.

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