5-Nights New Orleans, Renaissance Pere Marquette

The Renaissance Pere Marquette Hotel is an historic eighteen story building offering beautifully appointed guest rooms and suites just two blocks from the French Quarter. Riverwalk shopping and many of New Orleans famous attractions are within walking distance of this full-service hotel.

5 nights from $612 per person

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Destinations to travel to this spring

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While many would argue that summer and winter are the best times to travel, spring trips give you more bang for your buck.

Hotels and air fare are slightly cheaper, the weather is neither too hot nor too cold, and, since many people save their vacations for the summer, most places will beblissfully devoid of tourists.

Convinced? Keep scrolling to see exactly where you should travel to.

The U. S. Virgin Islands

The U. S. Virgin Islands

Peak season, which lasts all winter, is over by the time spring rolls around, but there’s a lot to stick around for. Locals and tourists hit the streets of St. Thomas to celebrate Carnival the entire month of April, and the weather is still just as nice.

New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana

The craziness of Mardi Gras will have settled down by spring, meaning the area will cheaper to travel to and the attractions won’t be quite so crowded. If you travel here in April, May, or June, you’ll miss the rainy days of winter and arrive before the real humidity hits.

Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland, New Zealand

May sees both the lowest airfares and hotel rates in Auckland, as well as smaller crowds, so make the most of that. Plus, it’s fall in New Zealand, so you can expect mild temperatures.

Marrakesh, Morocco

Marrakesh, Morocco

The desert heat becomes close to unbearable in the summer months, but the warm weather is pleasant in April and May and lasts both day and night. Explore the markets or take in the desert views during your trip.

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