Celebrate Christmas in New Orleans, Part Two
And we’re back for part two of our New Orleans Christmas guide! After spending the weekend exploring the city’s beautiful new Christmas decorations, we’re ready to share a few more of our favorite spots to grab some holiday action in the Big Easy.
Let us also not forget our very own lobby, named the top destination for New Orleans Christmas decorations by GoNOLA.com. We’ve lit up not only the inside but also the outside of the Grand Dame, to give Royal Street that extra holiday sparkle. And don’t forget, our special Papa Noel hotel rates are running till the end of December!
A Few More Favorite Christmas in New Orleans Events
December 1-22, St. Louis Cathedral – Enjoy the many sounds of Christmas in New Orleans with the St. Louis Cathedral Christmas New Orleans Style Concert series. Throughout December, enjoy musical performances from artists like Evan Christopher, Amanda Shaw, Thomas Kientz and many more! Make sure not to miss the finale performance, the St Louis Cathedral Choir Christmas Concert on Sunday, December 22 at 5:30pm.
Free and open to the public.
December 1-31, Participating New Orleans Restaurants – You’re not truly celebrating Christmas in New Orleans if you don’t attend at least one Reveillon Dinner during the month of December. A Creole tradition born in the 1800’s, Reveillon Dinners today include lavish four-course meals from some of your favorite New Orleans restaurant. Our very own Criollo Restaurant is participating in the tradition. View the Criollo Restaurant Reveillon menu and make a reservation today!
Prices vary by restaurant.
Christmas Decorations in New Orleans
One of our all-time favorite parts about Christmas in New Orleans can be found all throughout the city – holiday decorations! Many famous New Orleans establishments celebrate a tradition of beautifully decorating their interiors and exteriors. Hotel Monteleone is no exception to this tradition, filling our lobby with grand sparkling Christmas trees, and lighting up the 200 block of Royal Street. A few of our other favorite decoration spots include the mansions in the Garden District, the French Market, and the Steamboat Natchez.
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