Whether it was a walk to Bourbon Street, WWII museum, Harrah's Casino, River Walk, Shops, Restaurants or Bars, we found it to be a great location to stay.
My boyfriend was sent to New Orleans for work, for 21 days. His work put him in the Residence Inn in the Warehouse/Business District since it has a kitchenette and is better suited for extended stays. I decided to tag along for the first week as a mini vacation I suppose. I'm actually really pleased. It's pretty nice and I... 更多
I must have been on the wrong streets as I walked through (a couple of times) because I failed to find much of interest ... and was told the same by the checker at the Rouses. I'd read about it and hoped for more.
We walked from Canal through the Warehouse District down to Cooter Brown's. We went in and out of so many amazing galleries and shops!! Take the time away from the party atmosphere and enjoy the neighborhood.
Our hotel was in this area so we had an opportunity to wander around a bit. We found lots of redevelopment and lots of established businesses - especially restaurants and hotels. The architecture is more industrial than the Quarter (of course, since this was - and still is - a business district) but it's still of a New Orleans style.... 更多
We used to have a condo on Commerce in this area so I'm biased! It's the best place to stay, drink, and eat in New Orleans. This is where to "people" go. It has some of the best restaurants in the city and is much more laid back part of New Orleans. There are some amazing places to see that... 更多
While The Warehouse District is a bit of a hike from the French Quarter, it does have its own distinct personality. With scores of hotels, it is quieter and less frenetic than the French Quarter. Restaurants are on the mid-to-upscale range, and fairly expensive. There are tons of galleries to walk into, and it is a fun way to spend... 更多