Jackson Barracks Billeting in New Orleans, Louisiana is a great option for a cozy stay in one of the most unique cities in the United States. The rooms are open to reservations from active duty service members and their dependents, as well as retired service members and civilian employees of the Department of Defense. Room options include single rooms with a queen sized bed, double rooms with two queen sized beds, and VIP rooms for active duty and retired military officers. All tenants must have a valid Department of Defense identification card.
With rooms starting at $40 a night, Jackson Barracks Billeting is an affordable option for travelers looking to explore New Orleans. This installation is home to the Jackson Barracks Military Museum, a free museum jam-packed with artifacts and exhibits detailing Louisiana’s involvement in military actions from the 18th century to present day. Jackson Barracks Billeting is also near plenty of great restaurants, including the famous Cafe Dauphine.
Airplanes outside of the Jackson Barracks Museum / Alan Wilson from Stilton, Peterborough, Cambs, UK / Creative Commons
Reservations at this historic hotel are available year-round, and may be made up to 30 days from arrival. No pets are allowed at Jackson Barracks Billeting. Priority is given to those acting on official business and as such, reservations aren’t guaranteed. Do note that this lodging is located near New Orleans’ 9th ward, an area that was hard-hit by hurricane Katrina. Many buildings, including this hotel, have been renovated since this time.
If you’re looking to enjoy a quiet, restful stay in the wonderfully eclectic city of New Orleans, look no further than Jackson Barracks Billeting.
**Please note: Due to the impact of COVID-19 on travel, we encourage people to always plan trips in accordance with the guidance provided by government and health officials.