Most visitors to New Orleans stay in the French Quarter and never leave. Instead, this daylong itinerary explores beautiful Uptown on the St. Charles streetcar.
While we found many hideaways worth recommending this year, several dashed our high hopes. Here are our six biggest disappointments of the year.
The breadth and vibrancy of dining options in New Orleans have expanded in recent years. Here are 9 of our favorite restaurants in the Crescent City.
Occasionally something happens on a trip that comes as a complete surprise -- even to a seasoned traveler. That was the case for our editor in New Orleans.
Only select locals get to experience the secret side of Mardi Gras. These off-the-radar museums let you in on the magic and the mystery of that world.
Hip new hotels, bars and restaurants are making New Orleans more exciting than ever. Here are three new hotels we visited during our recent stay.
On our recent visit to New Orleans, we returned to the properties that we've recommended for many years: Windsor Court Hotel and Soniat House.
Dive into this new guide to the vibrant coastal city of New Orleans, Louisiana. Find recommendations for where to eat, stay and more.
This Travel Guide to the American South holds vacation ideas and trip inspiration for Virginia, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina or Tennessee.
With the highest number of historic districts in the country and more registered historic landmarks than any other city, the Big Easy is steeped in history.
The 10 cities highlighted here attract visitors not just for their sites, scenery and experiences, but also for their cuisine.
It would be easy to spend every night in New Orleans at The Ritz-Carlton's elegant Davenport Lounge, but it would be a shame to miss out on the myriad other fine jazz clubs in the city.
Fascinating though other New Orleans neighborhoods may be, travelers tend to spend a majority of their time in the French Quarter, the historic heart of the city. The easy- to-navigate grid of streets lined with townhouses never fails to charm, particularly away from the tourist kitsch of the French Market and the excesses of Bourbon Street.
New Orleans is justly renowned for its talented mixologists. And its innumerable bars range from the sophisticated to the downright raucous. Here are a few of my favorite cocktails and watering holes.
All images copyright Andrew Harper As rewarding as it is to meander through New Orleans’ French Quarter on your own, it can be fascinating to exp
One of New Orleans’ most fascinating attractions, aside from the city itself, is the ever-expanding National WWII Museum. Indeed, some visitors
The December 2012 issue of Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report focuses on New Orleans. It is always a conspicuous pleasure to visit the Crescent
Football fans take note: The Andrew Harper Travel Office can arrange for you to attend the most important game of the year.
As ever, we dined exceedingly well on our trip to New Orleans. Each day, we promised ourselves that we would exercise restraint, but this is one place where self-denial is almost impossible.
Crescent City Cooks Although Cajun and Creole cooking never seem to taste quite as good outside of Louisiana, it can be great fun to try to recreate some of the
Copyright Sazerac Bar We would like to wish a very happy Mardis Gras to our three recommended properties in New Orleans: the historic Soniat House
Restaurants of the year in the United States, Europe and the rest of the world.
Sucre, New Orleans The French Quarter has long dominated the shopping scene in New Orleans, and for good reason.
Over the years, Commander's Palace in New Orleans has proven to be among those rare establishments where the combination of food, service and ambience never falters and more than justifies repeat visits.