Yes, I’d like to go to New Orleans. Do you have any hotels travels or any discounts for disabled people going there?
I have family there! Before Katrina (2004) we stayed @ a KOA in Slidell just across one of the many bridges over Lake Ponchartrain. I was in a manual wheelchair at the time and required my husband to push me. The cobblestones of NOLA are a major problem for pain issues, and curb cuts vary as to location & steepness. The cabin @ the KOA was perfect as we had past camping experience and low budget, so we could spend more on sightseeing & restaurants. Bring your own linens & towels, but very nice accessible cabin, showers, etc. Way better than AirBnB!
We did a trip tp New Orleans last October. I will caution you that sidewalks in the French Quarter are not always easy. We drove to NOLA and have stayed in a couple of fair priced and WC accessible hotels. There were no lifts though. So it depends on your needs.
The French Market Inn is near the river and close to restaurants, shopping, and casino.
The Prince Conti Hotel is closer to Bourbon Street and all it offers.
I hope those help.