Explore Bluegreen in New Orleans
Bluegreen in the Big Easy
Bluegreen Club La Pension offers the ultimate in convenience to anyone looking for an incredible New Orleans vacation. Located at the edge of the French Quarter and within walking distance of the city’s attractions, restaurants and shops, this Bluegreen resort is just steps away from all the things to do in New Orleans including the fabulous New Orleans cuisine, amazing nightlife and renowned eccentric culture of the Big Easy.
Bluegreen Club La Pension Amenities
Club La Pension vacation villas are a blend of silver-gray tones infused with earthy rust. Each room has also been adorned with one-of-a-kind eclectic pieces from local artists. Other amenities include a kitchenette with mini-fridge and microwave, white-on-white bedding with plush top mattress and a spa-inspired bathroom. LCD or plasma TVs are now available in the bedrooms and living rooms. To further enhance your Bluegreen ownership, Wi-Fi Internet access is now complimentary at Club La Pension.
At night, the evenings are lit by candlelight. Head up to the incredible rooftop oasis to soak up the ambiance, enjoy a nightcap or just listen to the sounds of sultry jazz permeating the air. You can also unwind and relax on the updated patio as you grill up your favorite meal or play a game of oversized chess.
New Orleans Attractions
Adding to the convenience is the award-winning Italian cuisine at the 4-star-rated Café Giovanni located right next door to the resort. After an incredible dinner, the historic French Quarter will be waiting for you. Stroll up and down the streets and listen to the soulful sounds of jazz as the irresistible aroma of Creole and Cajun food fills the Quarter. For some hot gaming action, all you’ll have to do is walk across the street from the resort and try your hand—poker hand, that is—at Harrah’s Casino. Renowned Bourbon Street is also just two short blocks away. Watch it come to life at night with its many restaurants, bars, nightclubs and legendary parties that’ll make your Bluegreen New Orleans vacation memorable.
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Our cozy vacation villas are richly appointed in authentic New Orleans style, complete with French Provincial antique accents and works of art. Some rooms include balconies with exceptional views of the French Quarter, and all feature refrigerators and microwaves for added convenience. Turn on the TV or just kick back and relax with a DVD. You’ll definitely find your surroundings as cool as a jazz musician.
There are plenty of things to do in New Orleans. Venture into the French Quarter, the heart of New Orleans, and unite with the true culture of the city. Visit any of the world-class museums, neighborhoods or cultural districts to get a flavor for what the Big Easy is all about. Experience New Orleans at night, any time of year, on famous Bourbon Street. Walk past and indulge in live music, incredible dining, bustling bars, world-class casinos and top-notch opera and theater. Bourbon Street can be as wild as you’d like, or as relaxed as you require.
Looking for the biggest New Orleans attraction? Mardi Gras is synonymous with New Orleans and celebrates the soul of the city with several days of parades, parties and the ultimate opportunity to let loose from January 6 ‘til Fat Tuesday a month later! Mardi Gras isn’t the only festival in town. Visit during the Spring Fiesta or the French Quarter Festival and enjoy exclusive city tours, the best in live music and mouthwatering Cajun and Creole cuisine.
Many of the world’s greatest musicians consider New Orleans to be the place where all music originated. Hear and feel the beat as you explore the streets of a city built on jazz, blues and soul. Known as the “World’s Largest Jazz Brunch,” the French Quarter Festival features 250 hours of free entertainment with over 150 musical performances and nearly 60 different food and beverage booths. Remember, New Orleans is known for its inventive beverages, so let the vacation party begin!
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