Hotels near New Orleans Mint
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The New Orleans Mint is located in the north end of the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans – the French Quarter. It’s the place to stay if you want take in the classic architecture and character of New Orleans. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near New Orleans Mint

Hotel Mazarin
Hotel Mazarin
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4.5
730 Bienville St., New Orleans
from $119
The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans
The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans
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4.5
921 Canal St, New Orleans
from $199
Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans
Astor Crowne Plaza New Orleans
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3.9
739 Canal Street, New Orleans
from $92
Bourbon Orleans Hotel
Bourbon Orleans Hotel
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4.5
717 Orleans St., New Orleans
from $113
Omni Royal Orleans Hotel
Omni Royal Orleans Hotel
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4.3
621 Saint Louis St, New Orleans
from $125
La Belle Esplanade
La Belle Esplanade
2216 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans
from $169
Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, New Orleans French Quarter
from $87
Courtyard by Marriott New Orleans French Quarter/Iberville
from $93
Maison Dupuy Hotel
Maison Dupuy Hotel
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4.1
1001 Toulouse St, New Orleans
from $104
Dauphine Orleans Hotel
Dauphine Orleans Hotel
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4.2
415 Dauphine St., New Orleans
from $113
More About Hotels near New Orleans Mint...

What's the New Orleans Mint?

The New Orleans Mint is the only one to have served as both a U.S. and Confederate mint. Money making has ceased, but the repurposed building is still actively used. Today, it features a modern concert venue and a museum of music history, and houses the Louisiana Historical Center (and its extensive archives).

Music lovers will appreciate the impressive jazz exhibit featuring instruments played by New Orleans' greatest musicians. True to its name, the mint also has an exhibit on making money. The New Orleans Mint is also known as the Old U.S. Mint New Orleans, LA.

Which Hotels Have the Best View near the New Orleans Mint?

Including two historic buildings, Le Richelieu in New Orleans is a classic hotel with a view of Chartres Street and its elegant French Quarter buildings. Nearby Hotel Provincial in New Orleans is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and offers lush courtyard views.

What are the Benefits or Draw-Backs from Staying at a Hotel Near the New Orleans Mint?

French Quarter architecture blends French, Spanish, and Creole styles, giving the neighborhood an enchanting quality. The mint is in a relaxed area of the French Quarter, but is only one block away from lively Bourbon Street. The many patios and cast iron balconies make the area's hotels perfect for people watching. The mint is also near attractions like Jackson Square, Frenchman Street, and the outdoor French Market.

What Do I Need to Know About the New Orleans Mint?

Admission to the New Orleans Mint is free, but be aware that it's closed on Mondays and state holidays.

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