Days Inn by Wyndham New Orleans Airport

    Fly into New Orleans with Ease

    Close to New Orleans International Airport with free airport shuttle service

    Explore the Big Easy from Days Inn New Orleans Airport, the closest hotel to Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY). Located on Airline Drive, we are a convenient and refreshing place to stay. After a great breakfast at our onsite 24/7 IHOP, catch your flight at New Orleans International Airport using our free airport shuttle. We also suggest heading to the world-famous French Quarter, just minutes away.

    Brighten Your Day

    Enjoy our fitness center and outdoor pool

    Squeeze in a workout in our onsite fitness center and connect to free WiFi. When the weather gets hot, enjoy a swim in our seasonal outdoor pool. Our pet-friendly hotel also offers in-room refrigerators and microwaves for a nominal fee and free parking for your car.

    Vibrant Surroundings

    Enjoy gaming action, visit an aquarium, or explore the universe

    The French Quarter, Audubon Aquarium, and Mercedes-Benz Superdome are just minutes away. Have fun playing slot machines and table games at Treasure Chest Casino. Explore the universe at the Science Complex and Kenner Planetarium or experience the World War II Museum. If you are in town for Mardi Gras or one of the many popular New Orleans festivals, you will enjoy fast access to the downtown area and the world-renowned Bourbon Street.

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    Pool at the Days Inn by Wyndham New Orleans Airport in Kenner, Louisiana
    Days Inn by Wyndham New Orleans Airport hotel lobby in Kenner, Louisiana
    Guest room at the Days Inn by Wyndham New Orleans Airport in Kenner, Louisiana

    Map & Directions

    1021 Airline Drive, Kenner, LA, 70062

    Amenities

    Amenities

    MEETINGS, EVENTS & GROUPS

    Bright Places to Meet

    Plan your next meeting or special event with us. With 2,200 square feet of event space, our hotel features four meeting rooms that accommodate 120 conference guests. We also arrange great rates for groups—large or small.

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