As the end of May nears, we’ve started looking toward the summer. New Orleans is notorious for it’s warm, humid summer weather. It’s a great time to be in the city because of all the great events happening, but some people are hesitant to visit when they think they’re going to sweat the whole time.
Well, as locals, we’re here to tell you that it’s really not that bad. As a “thank you” to visitors braving the warm New Orleans summer weather though, we’re offering a Sizzlin’ Summer Package! It’s a great deal, and includes:
- Buy 3 nights, get one free!
- Discounted parking - $10 per night
- 1 Welcome Cocktail per person
- 1 Full American Breakfast per person
Our summer offer is good for stays from June 1 to August 28, 2014. Unfortunately, it doesn’t apply to reservations with more than two adults in a single room.
Just enter CODE ‘SSS’ when choosing room type, and the discount will be automatically factored in to your reservation.
While you’re here in town, we can help plan your whole itinerary. There is so much to do, especially in the French Quarter. From our hotel, you can walk to Jackson Square, where artists create and sell their work, and street performers pop up on every corner. You can also walk to Bourbon Street, take a morning or afternoon steamboat cruise down the Mississippi River, take the streetcar to the Garden District, or just hang out at the hundreds of restaurants, bars and galleries close by.
Whatever you want to do, this is a great deal to take advantage of! Our staff hopes to see you soon!
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