French Quarter in New Orleans. What to see, what to do, how to enjoy, celebrate, understand and preserve this neighborhood in the heart of a grand old city. Millions of visitors each year explore the time and foot worn streets of the Vieux Carre. They shop, eat, drink, dance and delight in the sights and sounds of an historic old Quarter in a port city that is at once European, Caribbean, African, American and wholly unique in all the world.
New Orleans is also a great place to hit the golf links and play your favorite game. Or take a ride on the Mississippi River on a paddle wheel. Many cultural and touring pleasures also await. The Old French Market, St. Louis Cathedral and the Cabildo Museum.
New Orleans is known for it’s Nightlife. World famous Bourbon Street keeps French Quarter Nightlife in action. All of the Bourbon Street Bars stay open until the wee morning hours. Live music and New Orleans jazz can be found on every corner.
Located at the river on historic Esplanade Avenue directly across from the Old U.S. Mint in the French Quarter, the grand Hotel de la Monnaie rises majestically with a continental ambiance reminiscent of Nice, Monte Carlo and Cannes, setting a new standard of urban convenience and comfort. Spend a week at this historical Hotel Apr 02nd 2010 thru Apr 09th, 2010 a one bedroom for only $599. This is a member benefit special price when you have a GRN Travel Membership. Click the red button and watch our movie. You can sign up today and save thousands over a lifetime of travel.