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Easily Visit the Big Easy

Le Pavillon Hotel creates a welcoming environment for international travelers, providing travel essentials and tips to ensure ease during your time here. Just a few miles from the airport, and positioned in the heart of New Orleans, travelers from across the world find luxurious comfort at this historic boutique hotel.


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Foreign Exchange

If you are traveling to New Orleans, LA from a foreign destination, you will need to exchange your currency for the US dollar. You may exchange money at most New Orleans banks. The majority of banks are open Monday - Friday and closed during federal holidays. We also advise that before your vacation, consult with your credit or debit card bank about foreign exchange transaction fees for using your card in the United States.


When calling from one area code to another, dial 1, followed by the area code and the seven-digit telephone number. For international calls, dial 011, followed by the country code and phone number. You should also check with your mobile service provider about international calling fees.


You must complete customs and immigrations formalities at the first point of arrival in the U.S., whether or not it's your final destination.

Travel Insurance

There are no compulsory or government plans in the United States. We encourage all international travelers to purchase travel and health insurance in case of an emergency.
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