Lower Prices

Reserving with our parking lots can save you up to 70% compared to on-location parking.

Easy Transportation

Most lots are close to the airport. Shuttles run frequently to take you to the airport & back.

Parking Security

You will have a guaranteed spot with your reservation. Your car will be parked safely for your entire trip.

Discounted Rates for Long Term Parking

Our special promotions save you money when you stay 7 days or more!

Hotel & Parking Package Savings

Staying at a hotel & leaving your car parked there can save you money due to cheaper daily prices.

Parking Only - Long Term Discounts

Some parking lots will have discounted prices when you stay for 7 days or longer.

All MSZ Airport Parking Lots

New Orleans Parking (Port of New Orleans Only)
Excellent(4.5, 973 Reviews)
0.8 miles from MSZ
Free Shuttle
MSZ Airport Parking Summary
Number of options:1
Nearest to MSZ:New Orleans Parking (Port of New Orleans Only)
Most popular:New Orleans Parking (Port of New Orleans Only)
Alternative options:MSZ Hotel + Parking Package

Top Hotels Near MSZ with Long Term Parking Packages

Comfort Inn Marrero New Orleans West
Excellent(4.5, 11 Reviews)
9.4 miles from MSZ
Package Includes Parking
Cruise Shuttle Included
Free Cancellation

At Comfort Inn Marrero New Orleans West, enjoy a luxurious pre-cruise stay with a variety of amenities. NO transportation provided to the airport, only to the cruise port. Parking for 14 days included free with your crui... read more

Port of New Orleans (MSZ) Cruise Terminal Guide

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Port Information and Packing Tips

Its location is one of the strongest selling points of the Port of New Orleans. All cruise lines that set sail from here have quick and easy access to some of the most beautiful, popular cruise destinations around including Jamaica, Grand Cayman and of course Mexico. Carnival Cruise gives passengers options all year long and there are a variety of other companies offering seasonal trips as well.

As New Orleans is a popular vacation destination, the port has crafted several different services and facilities to meet the needs of nearly every type of cruise. Various pre- and post-cruise packages are offered here, although they may differ depending upon the stipulations of each cruise line. Travelers also have the option to sign up for some cruise coupons prior to their sea adventure; it's free and could provide some great bonuses.

The time of year you choose to set sail can offer some unique challenges in terms of packing. In the winter months when cruising is very popular, it will be chilly in New Orleans. You may need some heavier clothing during this time of year, but that won't last. Since destinations are often tropical, you'll mostly need to pack for that climate. In addition to all of this, evening wear for a cruise is typically more formal. With such a wide variety of necessary apparel, packing can be a confusing chore.

Although it may seem counter-intuitive with the changes in climate that we just mentioned, it's best to pack less than what you think you'll need on the cruise. Oftentimes, travelers don't wear everything that they pack and you can wear items more than once. You also want to keep some space available for souvenirs that you pick up during the voyage.

Keep in mind that on a shorter seven-day cruise, there are likely to be at least two formal dinner nights. This means it is best to pack at least semi-formal attire that you can wear to these events. Staff won't bar you from entering the dining area if you choose not to dress up, but it is considered proper cruise etiquette. If you really don't feel like dressing up or using that space in your luggage, you can just skip the formal dinner nights; there are other places to eat on the ship.

Don't take up space with unnecessary items either. All cruise lines will provide fluffy pool towels for guest use and a hair dryer in each cabin.

Above all, don't stress out about anything. The nature of a cruise is all about enjoying the open sea, fresh air, fine dining, and a variety of other activities. It's a time to get away from the woes of daily life. If you forget any items you may need, you can pick up replacements either on the ship or at a port. Your main goal is to relax and have fun.

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