Hotel de la Monnaie | 405 Esplanade Avenue | New Orleans LA 70116

The Hotel de la Monnaie is conveniently located at the Mississippi River on picturesque Esplanade Avenue, directly across from the Old U.S. Mint in the French Quarter (View Map)

Close to Everything

It's been said that the French Quarter begins at the Hotel de la Monnaie. Arnaud's, Galatoire's, Brennan's, Antoine's, Café du Monde, and other renowned restaurants are a short walk away. Jackson Square, the majestic St. Louis Cathedral, Le Petit Theatre, the Presbytere and Cabildo, and the French Market are all in easy walking distance, as are the Steamboat Natchez, world-famous Bourbon Street and the exciting Frenchmen music corridor. And, the Riverfront Streetcar, which boards just across the street, provides easy access to Vieux Carre shops and galleries, Jax Brewery, Canal Place, Riverwalk, the Aquarium/IMAX, Insectarium and Convention Center.

Rare antiques, eclectic shops and galleries, historic homes, classic architecture, cuisine and music... all yours to enjoy during your Hotel de la Monnaie stay.

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By roadway

Driving directions from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY):

  1. Start out going East on Airport Access Road.
  2. Merge onto I-10 E.
  3. Merge onto I-610 E via Exit 230 on the Left toward Slidell.
  4. Take the Elysian Fields Ave Exit.
  5. Turn Right onto Elysian Fields Ave and LA-3021 S.
  6. Elysian Fields Ave intersects Esplanade Ave at Peters St.
  7. End at 405 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans, LA 70116, US.
  8. Warm welcomes await!

Hotel distance from Louis Armstrong International Airport is 12 miles. (View Map)

Things To Do

You'll treasure a stay in New Orleans, whatever your tastes and interests. Explore buildings dating back to the 1700s. Visit the legendary alley where Andrew Jackson conferred with pirates. Test your luck at the Casino or Fairgrounds Racecourse. Take a walking tour. Peak into hidden courtyards. Cruise the mighty Mississippi. See Napoleon's Death Mask or learn about Mardi Gras traditions.


Feast on local delicacies, from seafood to Hurricanes. Revel in the sounds of the birthplace of jazz with visits to Snug Harbor, Palm Court, Preservation Hall and countless clubs offering a variety of music genres. Or, experience our food, music and culture at one of many festivals. From Tennessee Williams to cocktails, we celebrate it all here in "The City that Care Forgot".

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