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    Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
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    Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport: 900 Airline Dr, Kenner, LA 70062

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International AirportWelcome to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, also known as New Orleans Airport. We offer a full variety of accommodation and hotel reservation services for over 25 hotels near New Orleans Airport. Looking for an affordable pet friendly airport hotel? Try the Days Inn New Orleans Airport. Need an airport hotel with a shuttle? Four Points New Orleans Airport offers free parking and an airport shuttle. We offer discounts on New Orleans Airport hotels, Louis Armstrong International parking / hotel packages, and New Orleans rental cars. Located only 13 miles from downtown New Orleans, Louis Armstrong Airport is a convenient destination for any traveler. Thanks for shopping at Airport Hotel Guide.

Preferred Hotels

      • Crowne Plaza Hotel
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    • Crowne Plaza Hotel

      1.5 miles from Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY)

      The Crowne Plaza Hotel located in Kenner, Louisiana is one of the best hotels in the area. Individuals who have stayed in the past have given it rave reviews and ratings. The hotel is known for its friendly staff, clean and comfortable rooms, a shuttle service, and much more. With our booking engine, you can easily reserve this and other New Orleans Airport hotels online.
      • Holiday Inn Express Airport
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    • Holiday Inn Express Airport

      1.0 miles from Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY)

      New Orleans is an exciting and historic city that can best be enjoyed in the Holiday Inn Express. Since its only a few minutes from downtown (The famous French Quarter), you will be close to all the city attractions and landmarks. The hotel itself had plenty of amenities tom meet your traveling needs.
      • Days Inn New Orleans Airport
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    • Days Inn New Orleans Airport

      0.8 miles from Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY)

      Across from Louis Armstrong International Airport and a short drive from New Orleans city centre, this hotel offers free transfers to and from the air...read more.
      • Hilton New Orleans Airport
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    • Hilton New Orleans Airport

      0.8 miles from Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY)

      Ideally situated moments from New Orleans International Airport and a short drive to the city centre, this hotel offers state-of-the-art accommodation...read more.

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About Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is located in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, about 11 miles west of downtown New Orleans. In the birthplace of jazz, it's no surprise that the airport is named after musical icon and trumpeter Louis Armstrong. Abbreviated "MSY" for its origins as the Moisant Stock Yards, this airport, serves 42 nonstop destinations with about 136 daily departures that accommodate about 9 million passengers each year. At an average of 4.5 feet above sea level, MSY is the second lowest-lying international airport in the world, behind Amsterdam's Schiphol International Airport. Conveniently for travelers who need to access the Internet, the airport offers free Wi-Fi. If you need to park, there are two short-term parking garages.

Whether you're planning a business trip or family vacation, stay at one of the dozens of hotels near New Orleans Airport. The Crowne Plaza Hotel, located in Kenner, Louisiana, 2.5 miles away from the airport, offers easy access to major attractions and corporate spots like Pontchartrain and Morial conventions centers. Holiday Inn Express is another popular hotel, which sits next to the MIchoud business complex and offers quick commutes on nearby Interstate 10.

Collage of areas around New Orleans

Welcome to New Orleans

New Orleans goes by many names - The Big Easy, NOLA, The Crescent City - but the only true definition is found by visiting. The city is world-famous for its music, architecture, history and one-of-a-kind culture. The city dates back to the 17th century when the colony was ruled by the French, before getting handed over to the Spanish and ultimately Americans. The stratification of cultures has left an indelible mark with unique buildings, churches and neighborhoods that can been seen today. As of the 2012 U.S. Census, about 370,000 people call New Orleans home, who embrace the warm climate throughout the year.

To explore the city, many visitors and residents alike hop on the historic street cars that make their way to all of the attractions. The St. Charles Avenue Streetcar is listed on the National Register of Historic Places; Loyola Avenue Streetcar links the Union Passenger train terminal, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the public library in the Central Business District, French Quarter and Warehouse District; and the Riverfront line accommodates visitors who want to enjoy shopping. Each ride only costs $1.25. Otherwise, you can use the RTA bus lines, bike around or take a cab.

Things to Do in New Orleans

A scenic view of Jackson Square in New OrleansThere is no shortage of things to do or places to see in New Orleans. Get your groove on in Uptown and the French Quarter where live music pours out of bars all night long. Many visitors head to Frenchmen Street, and some of the popular spots include the Blue Nile, Tipitina's and Preservation Hall, home to the famous Preservation Hall Band. You won't be able to miss St. Louis Cathedral, the oldest church of its kind in North America, which overlooks Jackson Square. You can also visit the Cities of the Dead, cemeteries filled with above-ground tombs due to the city's elevation below sea level.

Of course, New Orleans is prized for its celebrations and festivals, including Mardi Gras - which has been called the Greatest Free Show on Earth - Spring Fiesta, Jazz Fest and more. The rest of the year, you can enjoy amazing architecture along St. Charles Avenue, swing by a nearby plantation, grab a drink along Bourbon Street or catch a New Orleans Saints football game at the Superdome. No trip would be complete without Cajun cuisine featuring jambalaya, crawfish concoctions and gumbo. A local favorite is also the po' boy, a tasty NOLA sandwich.