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Getting Here

Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport (MSY)

Airport Phone: +1 (504) 303-7500

Hotel direction: 4.3 miles NE

1. Taxi Services

  • Taxis are available- located at the arrivals Curb just outside the Level 1 Baggage Claim near Door 7.

  • Estimated taxi fare: 1-2 Passengers: $36 per person, 3 or More Passengers: $15 per person

 

2. City Bus

  • Hop the RTA’s 202 Airport Express, which travels from the airport terminals to Elk Place at Canal Street.

  • The fare is $1.50 and the bus makes 9 daily trips to New Orleans.

3.  Uber/Lyft

Visit MSY airport website

Getting to DC: About Us
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Travel & Parking 

Airport Information

The best way to travel to New Orleans is by flying into Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport (MSY), which is a 30 min drive to The Higgins Hotel New Orleans, Curio Collection by Hilton

Hotel and Parking

The Higgins Hotel New Orleans, Curio Collection by Hilton

1000 Magazine Street

New Orleans, LA 70130

If arriving by taxi or ride sharing service, we recommend using the 480 Andrew Higgins Drive entrance.

Parking - The hotel offers self parking in the WWII Museum garage, located just past the hotel entrance. It is $45 per day plus taxes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Parking in and around New Orleans can get tricky and costly. If you are new to the city and want to play it safe, we suggest the following:​​

  1. Walking

Our hotel is centrally located in the heart of the city, making most locations easily accessible by foot!​

2.  Bike Rental

With over 100 miles of bike lanes, you can explore the city from the Mississippi River levee through the French Quarter. Rent a bike for the day.

3. Busses and Ferries

The city bus system is a classic, reliable transportation option, and if you plan on traveling across the Mississippi River, you can always catch a ride on the Algiers Ferry. For a more informational bus experience, the Hop-On Hop-Off Tour buses circulate around some of the more popular tourist areas in the city, offering pick-up every 30 minutes.

4. Pedicabs

If you don't have far to go but it seems a little too far to walk, go ahead and hail a pedicab as a fun way to get around New Orleans. 

5. Streetcars

Streetcars are a charming and convenient way to experience the many areas of New Orleans. Four distinct lines, each originating Downtown, will take you through the French Quarter and beyond to places you might not otherwise get to see. If you’re paying with cash, correct change is required. For adults, that means $1.25 per ride (children aged five to 12th grade are $0.50 and seniors/riders with disabilities are $0.40).

If you’re planning on riding the streetcar multiple times, we recommend purchasing a Jazzy Pass. One-day pass is $3, 3 day pass is $8.

Getting Around Town

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