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3 Days / 2 Nights in New Orleans for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 kids + $100 VISA DineAround!

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  • Hilton New Orleans Riverside New Orleans, LA - 3 Days / 2 Nights in New Orleans for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 kids + $100 VISA DineAround!
  • Hilton New Orleans Riverside New Orleans, LA - 3 Days / 2 Nights in New Orleans for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 kids + $100 VISA DineAround!
  • Hilton New Orleans Riverside New Orleans, LA - 3 Days / 2 Nights in New Orleans for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 kids + $100 VISA DineAround!
  • Hilton New Orleans Riverside New Orleans, LA - 3 Days / 2 Nights in New Orleans for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 kids + $100 VISA DineAround!
  • Hilton New Orleans Riverside New Orleans, LA - 3 Days / 2 Nights in New Orleans for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 kids + $100 VISA DineAround!
  • Hilton New Orleans Riverside New Orleans, LA - 3 Days / 2 Nights in New Orleans for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 kids + $100 VISA DineAround!
  • Hilton New Orleans Riverside New Orleans, LA - 3 Days / 2 Nights in New Orleans for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 kids + $100 VISA DineAround!
 
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“Laissez les bon temps rouler” – let the good times roll… a phrase which is synonymous with New Orleans and Mardi Gras! And even though Mardi Gras happens but once a year, that should not stop you from planning a getaway to amazing New Orleans on any of the other 364 days of the year! To help get you in the spirit, we’ve come up with this amazing getaway to one of New Orleans’ best hotels – and the only one located on the banks of the mighty Mississippi! A 2-night stay at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside can be yours for only $99 for 2 adults and 2 children – that’s savings of over 70%! And it’s only a 5-minute stroll to the fabulous French Quarter, shops, nightlife and restaurants that are on your list to visit. So check out the details below and zero in on a date on your calendar – we’ve made it so easy to plan your getaway to “The Big Easy.” Make your booking today!

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR TRIPALERTZ DEAL

3 days / 2 nights only $99 for 2 adults!

● 2 nights accommodations in a spacious guestroom
● $100 VISA Dine-Around Rebate Offer
● Special mandatory resort presentation

ABOUT THE HILTON NEW ORLEANS RIVERSIDE!
Welcome to the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, the only New Orleans hotel located on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River and ideally located in the heart of the Central Business District. Enjoy top-notch Hilton quality in your fully-appointed guestroom, complete with high-speed Internet access and an MP3 docking station. Hotel facilities and amenities include a restaurant, bar and 2 cafes on site, plus a state-of-the-art fitness center, swimming pool, tennis, racquetball, and squash courts to help you keep up with your workout routine. You’re only a short walk from the sights and sounds of the unforgettable French Quarter, with its countless restaurants, shopping and the famous (or infamous) New Orleans nightlife!

ACCOMMODATIONS

Guestroom amenities feature:

● One king or two queen beds with pillow-top mattress and duvet bedding
● Bathroom with shower/tub combination and designer toiletries
● 37” flat screen HDTV with cable channels, HBO and in-room movies
● Telephone with voice mail
● Desk
● Hair dryer
● Coffee / tea maker
● Radio / alarm clock with iPod/MP3 connection
● Iron/ironing board
● In-room safe

FOOD & DRINK

The Hilton Riverside has a good selection of on-site restaurants establishments for your eating and drinking pleasure!

Drago's Seafood Restaurant (Legendary charbroiled oysters, best lobsters with the best prices, a
    local New Orleans dinning tradition)
Spirits Bar (Featuring the "Delta Breeze" and menu offerings)
Le Croissant Café (Offers both traditional American and Cajun Flavors for breakfast)
River Blends Café (Serving Starbucks coffee and fresh pastries)

But when you’re in New Orleans, make sure to “eat like a local” or you’ll really be missing out! You MUST try a Po’Boy – at least once! These crusty hero sandwiches are a tradition, made from fresh French bread, slathered with mayonnaise and crammer with fried Golf oysters or shrimp. Locals have their favorite shop, and hours are literally spent debating the merits of some of the more popular. Ask the front desk for recommendations and directions. Or it might be best to show up in November for the New Orleans annual Oak Street Po Boy Festival, which now draws over 30 sandwich makers and more than 40,000 celebrants in the city’s Carrollton neighborhood!

VISA DINE-AROUND - $100 VALUE!
So here’s a nice little TripAlertz extra – take advantage of a fabulous Dine-Around offer during your New Orleans getaway. Receive a rebate of up to $100 when you use your VISA for qualifying purchases at a number of popular participating restaurants. And yes, we’re talking “popular” family restaurants like Outback Steakhouse, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Chili’s..you get the idea. Click on the link below for details! http://www.tripsincentives.com/DineAround.html

**VISA Dine-Around offer is valid for 4, $25 rebates. Each meal receipt must be at least 15 days apart.

ADDITIONAL HOTEL INFORMATION:

● Check-In: 3:00pm
● Check-Out: 12:00 noon
● Business services are available
● 24-hour front desk
● Wireless Internet access available for $12.95 per day
● Self-parking: $34 per night; valet parking is available for $40 per night
● Pets are not welcome (with the exception of service animals)

THINGS TO SEE & DO

The French Quarter and Jackson Square
The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carre (translation” Old Square”), and more colloquially, just as “The Quarter”, is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans, and probably the most famous for tourists and visitors alike. The French Quarter’s heart and soul is Jackson Square, a must-see, boasting a statue of Andrew Jackson at its center and a ragtag collection of artists and fortune-tellers fringing its perimeter. It’s flanked by the filigreed Pontalba apartments, site of the Streetcar-Named-Desire-inspired “Stella!” shouting contest held during the annual Tennessee Williams Festival. The square houses 18th century architectural masterpieces including the Cabildo, the former city hall where the Louisiana Purchase was signed; the St. Louis Cathedral and the Presbytere. The one-time courthouse is now the flagship of the Louisiana State Museum, showcasing “Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond,” a fascinating exhibit of the infamous storm. Diagonally across from the Cabildo is Café du Monde, open 24 hours a day, and best known for it’s chicory-spiced “café au lait” and beignets (fried dough) served there continuously since the 19-th century. Just know that it’s customary to blow the powdered sugar onto anyone who is going there for the first time, while making a wish!

Bourbon Street Bars
Everyone’s heard of it, and everyone want to visit - the most well known of the French Quarter streets, Bourbon Street, or Rue Bourbon, is known for its drinking establishments. It should also be noted that New Orleans and the French Quarter are one of the few places in the US where public possession and consumption of alcohol in open containers is allowed on the street! Most of the bars frequented by tourists are new but the Quarter also has a number of notable bars with interesting histories. Pat O’Brien’s is known as the place where the Hurricane (drink) was invented, long before Hurricane Katrina’s wrath of 2005, and also has it’s claim to fame as the site of the first dueling piano bar. Lafitte’s Blacksmith Bar is house in one of New Orleans’ oldest structures, dating back to pre-1772, and is known to be the oldest continuously occupied bar in the US! And the Old Absinthe House has kept its name, even though absinthe was illegal in the US for almost a century!

… And Restaurants
And of course, there’s the wealth of celebrity chef restaurants by Emeril Lagasse, Paul Prudhomme and John Besh, along with name-brand establishments like Antione’s and Tujague’s which have been around since the 19-th century, and Arnaud’s, Galatoire’s Broussard’s and Brennans – “Bon appetit!”

The Garden District
Live oaks, wrought iron, pillars, and porticos are some of the aristocratic details of the Garden District, a neighborhood of spectacular 19th-century mansions built in styles ranging from Greek Revival to Gothic. Accessible from downtown via the St. Charles line streetcar, the Garden District is made for exploring. Take time to tour Lafayette Cemetery #1, quite possibly the most photographed cemetery in the planet!

Streetcars
The best tour in New Orleans is only $1.25 - the price of an adult fare on the city’s two major streetcar lines! The shorter Riverfront Line takes you along the river to the Quarter’s French Market. The green cars of the St. Charles Line head “Uptown” along the avenue’s landscaped medians which divide the traffic on the city’s grandest streets. Red cars on the Canal Street line terminate at historic cemeteries like Matairie Cemetery or City Park, the location of the 100-year-old New Orleans Museum of Art.

GETTING HERE

● The Hilton New Orleans Riverside is only 13 miles from the New Orleans International Airport
   (airport code: MSY)
● Public transportation between the airport and hotel is available. Private taxi cost approximately $35;
   a Super Shuttle shared van ride is approximately $20 per person.


Need-to-know

●  This vacation package includes a single guest room suitable for two adults and up to two children
    under the age of 18 at
●  If the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel is unavailable over your requested travel dates, you will be
    offered one the Trips Incentives Preferred Partner hotels. (Embassy Suites or DoubleTree)
●  All guests that arrive shall be required to attend a sales presentation by the resort. Major credit
    card and drivers license is required at check in—No debit cards. In the event you refuse to tour for any
    reason, the resort will charge your credit card for the full retail rate for the stay and not issue any
    refund.
●  You may travel at any time of the year based on Trips Incentives Corp. room allotments. Reservations
    must be made at least 30 days in advance. You must possess a valid major credit card for a fully
    refundable reservation deposit.
●  A $50.00 fully refundable reservation deposit, via credit card, is required at the time of submitting your
    date request and is refunded after travel.
●  This offer is not valid for groups. A group is considered two (2) or more parties traveling together, or
    meeting at the same resort with the same arrival date, using the Trips Incentives certificate,
    regardless of where the certificate was obtained. No exceptions.
●  Trips Incentives will email you a hotel confirmation once your accommodations are confirmed. We
    recommend that you do not make air or car rental reservations until your stay is confirmed for the
    dates of your choice.
●  This vacation offer is valid only for your hotel accommodations. It does not include transportation,
    taxes, portage, gratuities, service charges, or incidental expenses.
●  This vacation offer is valid for 12 months from date of purchase.
●  For complete Terms & Conditions, visit www.tripsincentives.com/terms/nwl-3-2-tpr.html

NOTE: 
This offer is sponsored by Trips Incentives Corp. and not by the individual hotels. Please contact the Trips Incentives reservation department at 800-268-5856 ext. 3 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday through Friday, for any questions regarding this offer, or email.



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