The French Quarter
New Orleans

Hang out with Hotel Le Richelieu

November 13 2014 | News

With so many things to do, New Orleans is the place to be this November. The weather this time of year is perfect for exploring the city—with highs in the mid to upper 60s and lows generally in the low 50s. Get out and explore French Quarter favorites like Jackson Square or learn about the city’s unique history through a walking tour. 

If you’re feeling adventurous, hop on the St. Charles Streetcar line and head Uptown (just $1.50 each way). There you’ll see old oaks and beautiful plantation mansions. While you’re there take a trip to Audubon Park—home to the world famous zoo. Make magically moments come to life as you watch the sun set across the Mighty Mississippi River.

If you love jazz (who doesn’t) this is the perfect weekend to plan a trip. The Steamboat Stomp, happening Friday, November 14- Sunday, November 16, features some of the best New Orleans-style jazz artists in the world while cruising along the Mississippi!

Or spend your time celebrating Saints football in the French Quarter and the Superdome! The Saints are favored to win against Cincinnati Bengals in the Big Easy this week. Kickoff is Sunday at noon, but get there early to tailgate in Champion Square or see the excitement in the Quarter.

As always, stay in the Quarter with Hotel Richelieu for an authentic New Orleans experience. Feel Le Richelieu’s charm and elegance from the minute you step through the door. The grand architecture, iron-wrought balconies, and tropical courtyard are some of the best in the city. The hotel also features 24-hour front desk service and free WiFi and onsite parking.

Book your stay today! 

ยป Back to News

What's New

There are more than 70 parades in the New Orleans area during Carnival season which starts on Twelfth Night, January 6th. While the larger parades can’t maneuver through the narrow streets of the French Quarter and the Marigny (you have to walk the few block to Canal Street to see them), there are ten Mardi Gras parades in the French Quar…

View More


Map of French Quarter Hotels



Planning a wedding in the French Quarter?

Let us know and we'll get back to you with information on beautiful venues with courtyards and more!

New Orleans Weddings More Information

Connect With Us!

Join the conversation with French Quarter Hotels.