The Saints are essentially synonymous with New Orleans. New Orleanians support the Saints, through the good and the bad, and the team supports us. During the season all other colors become secondary to black and gold, especially in the French Quarter—and it’s something everyone should experience at least once.
Build Lasting Relationships: The Who Dat Nation welcomes everyone, super fans and spectators alike. Whether you’re watching the game on the big screen or just enjoying the after game celebration, make new friends. You’ll instantly be welcomed into the Who Dat family with a firm “Who Dat” and a smile. While you’re chatting, ask them about the city. They’ll be happy to tell you the best things about the city!
Experience Unparalleled Excitement: No other fans get excited like Saints fans! (Yeah, we know—every team says that) But in this case, it’s true. We don’t just wear black and gold, we bleed it. No matter where you are in the city, it’s hard to walk a block without seeing the fleur de lys and being greeted with a passionate WHO DAT!
Understand the bond: Ask any local about our bond with the Saints; it'll bring a smile to his face! We have a deep love and connection with the team that started nearly 50 years ago, in 1967 when the Saints first joined the NFL and New Orleans. That bond strengthened after Hurricane Katrina ripped through New Orleans—devastating the entire city. The Saints were here, in the aftermath, donating their time and their own money to rebuild the beautiful Big Easy. Not only that, but the next season, they played with more heart than ever to bring fans back to the city!
The season is just getting started, so there’s plenty of chances to see them in action, but don’t wait too late to book. Rooms fill up fast!
Here's a full list of 2015 Saints home games.
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, each of the guest rooms and suites in the Hotel Provincial is uniquely furnished with antiques bestowing a warm and relaxing ambiance.
The French Market Inn, New Orleans, La., is tucked away on the banks of the Mississippi River in the center of the French Quarter.