Searching for luggage storage in New Orleans? Canal Street offers a convenient home base for exploring downtown New Orleans. On one side, the CBD and Warehouse District await with trendy boutiques, fine art galleries, and gourmet cuisine. Opposite, the historic French Quarter and Treme neighborhoods beckon visitors with rich cultural traditions alongside the Big Easy's legendary hedonism.
When you're based right in the center of the action near Canal, you can cover a lot of ground in one day. Unfortunately, heavy luggage and a late-night departure could mean paying for an extra night at the hotel or missing an entire day of sight-seeing in the Crescent City.
Now, you won't have to make that difficult choice. Stasher offers you affordable and convenient luggage storage near Canal Street and throughout New Orleans.
1. Luggage Storage near Canal Street with Stasher
Stasher recognizes that travelers need quick and easy luggage storage as opposed to inconvenient and costly left luggage facilities and lockers. For a small, fixed price per item per day, you can safely store your luggage with Stasher and explore New Orleans unencumbered.
Why store your luggage with Stasher?
- Flexibility: You can choose from several StashPoints in your desired area. We never charge extra for late-night drop-off or pick-up.
- Convenience: You can book your luggage storage at any time with our easy online system. You'll never need to wait in long lines when you store your luggage with Stasher.
- Affordability: Budget travelers should be able to have the same freedom of movement that luxury travelers afford. That's why Stasher charges a low daily fee of only $6 per item.
- Security: Our dedicated team carefully selects our StashPoint hosts to make sure that your items will be 100% safe. For your added protection, we include a $1000 insurance policy free of charge.
- Trust: With over 14,000 positive customer reviews and endorsements by The University of Oxford and the BBC, you can rest assured that your valuables will be safe with Stasher.
How much does it cost to store your luggage near Canal Street?
New Orleans visitors can store their luggage with Stasher for a low daily rate of $6 per bag, regardless of size. Subsequent days will only cost $5 per item.
Where are the StashPoints for my Luggage near Canal Street?
To see a full list of our Canal Street hosts and a map, click here.
Although our StashPoints keep varying hours, most of our hosts remain open late or 24 hours for your convenience. Check individual hours when you book your luggage storage near Canal Street.
How to store your luggage with Stasher
Finding and booking a spot to store your luggage near Canal Street is easy:
- Use our map to find a place that fulfills all your criteria
- Select drop-off and pick-up times
- Book online!
Simple as that! All you have to do now is show up on location and drop off your bag!
2. Alternative luggage storage and lockers near Canal Street
Where can I find luggage storage near Canal Street?
Travelers can informally store luggage with the staff at some of the large hotels around Canal Street.
Hotel lobby counter hours vary.
How much does it cost?
Most bell-hops will expect at least a ten-dollar tip for storing luggage. Keep in mind that this type of luggage-storage will not be insured.
For a mere $6 per item per day, Stasher offers you safe and insured luggage storage near Canal Street.
Useful information about the Canal Street area
Canal Street was initially planned as an actual water-filled canal connecting the Mississippi River to Bayou St. John and Lake Pontchartrain. In the 1800s, Canal Street provided a neutral ground between conflicting cultures on each side of the broad avenue. Today, Canal Street is a bustling thoroughfare connecting all of New Orleans. The streetcars on Canal provide travelers with a scenic and economical way to visit Mid-City, the Marigny, the Garden District and Uptown.
- If you board the Riverfront Streetcar at the Canal Street Station, you can ride along the Mississippi River through the French Quarter to the edge of the Marigny neighborhood.
- Visitors can travel from Canal Street to the French Market and the live-music clubs on Frenchmen Street by taking the Riverfront Streetcar.
- The St. Charles Streetcar also runs along Canal Street. Take the streetcar through the beaded oaks on St. Charles through the Garden District.
- The St. Charles will take you to the celebrated shopping area on Magazine Street. While you're visiting Uptown, see some of New Orleans most legendary music acts at the Maple Leaf Bar or Le Bon Temps Roulet.
- The famous Camellia Grill, at the end of the St. Charles line, has been curing late-night munchies since 1946.
Top Ten Things to Do around Canal Street
- Visit the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium.
- Search for bargains at the discount clothing and souvenir shops that line Canal Street.
- Try your luck at Harrah's Casino.
- Say "Hello" to Ignacious P. Reilly, the hilarious anti-hero of New Orleans author Kennedy O'Toole's sarcastic masterpiece, A Confederacy of Dunces. His life-sized bronze effigy proudly stands in front of the Hyatt Centric hotel.
- See a concert or play at the Saenger Theatre. Continue along Basin Street to Marie Laveau's Tomb, Congo Square and Louis Armstrong Park.
- Listen to FM station WWOZ at the top of every odd hour to find out who's playing where in New Orleans. The Canal streetcar will take you to several live-music venues in Mid-City, such as Chickie Wah Wah and the Banks Street Bar.
- Gulp down some fresh oysters or seafood gumbo at the Creole House at 509 Canal Street.
- Take the Riverside Streetcar to Cafe du Monde and the historic French Market.
- Go bar-hopping on a Monday. Root for the Saints, and eat free red beans and rice with the locals.
- Peruse the galleries in the nearby Warehouse District, also known as the New Orleans Arts District.