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2016 Best Christmas Decorations in New Orleans

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Posted by Nancy on December 19, 2016

New Orleans is a city that loves to celebrate. Give us the opportunity to throw on some glitter and have a party, and we'll make sure everything is dressed to impressed for the occasion. The Christmas holidays are especially exciting because in many ways they are the beginning days of our carnival celebrations. The countdown to the new year and Mardi Gras is already upon us, but before the year comes to a close, let us remember New Orleans' best Christmas decor of 2016. 

Royal Sonesta Hotel
Enjoy a historic carriage tour and view the best christmas decorations in New Orleans' French Quarter
Royal Sonesta Hotel Lobby Christmas Decorations in the French Quarter of New Orleans

Hotel Montelone
Enjoy a historic carriage tour and view the best christmas decorations in New Orleans' French Quarter
Beautiful Christmas decorations in the lobby of the Hotel Montelone of New Orleans

Roosevelt Hotel



French Quarter Homes
Enjoy a historic carriage tour and view the best christmas decorations in New Orleans' French Quarter
Enjoy a historic carriage tour and view the best christmas decorations in New Orleans' French Quarter
Enjoy a historic carriage tour and view the best christmas decorations in New Orleans' French Quarter

Garden District Homes



 


If you would love to see the lights while seated comfortably on one of our authentic mule-drawn carriages, we'd be more than happy to provide you and your family with one of the most memorable holiday experience in New Orleans. If these holiday photographs made you miss New Orleans, share them with someone you love! Happy Holidays from all of us at Royal Carriages! 
 

Every time we go to New Orleans, we have avoided the touristy carriage rides. My daughter begs to go on a carriage ride every time and we finally gave in during our last visit. The carriage ride takes you through the French Quarter while your carriage driver gives a little bit of history and points out architectural interests. We were all most interested in the history of the Great New Orleans Fire where the priests did not allow the church bells to be rung as fire alarms. The ride and the history lesson were both entertaining and just long enough.

Jennifer Close of Littleton, Colorado - MiniTime.com

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