Area Attractions

Hyatt House New Orleans / Downtown provides the perfect retreat after a concert or sporting event at nearby Smoothie King Center or a night on the town in the historic French Quarter. You can relax while viewing the natural beauty of New Orleans at Lafayette Square, just a short walk from our downtown hotel.

Hyatt House New Orleans/Downtown

1250 Poydras Street
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, 70113



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Central Business District/Warehouse District

Caesars Superdome

The Caesars Superdome, located in New Orleans, Louisiana, is a multi-purpose indoor stadium that serves as the home field for the NFL's New Orleans Saints. With a seating capacity of over 73,000, the stadium has also hosted numerous major events, including Super Bowls, college football championship games, and concerts.

South Market

Located in the heart of historic Downtown New Orleans, this vibrant community is home to some of the city’s best restaurants, retail spaces, and entertainment venues. Spanning five blocks, South Market is a great place to spend a day in the city

Smoothie King Center

The Smoothie King Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in New Orleans, Louisiana, and is home to the NBA's New Orleans Pelicans. With a seating capacity of over 18,000, the arena has also hosted various other events, including concerts and wrestling matches.

Lafayette Square

Designed in 1788, Lafayette Square got its name from a French general who fought on the American side in the American Revolutionary War. This historic scenic park is the ideal spot to take in a free concert, enjoy the blues music festival or simply relax surrounded by the natural beauty of downtown New Orleans.

French Quarter & Bywater

Bourbon Street

Take a stroll along this famed street, overflowing with live music, nightclubs, historic buildings, and restaurants that serve authentic Creole and Cajun cuisine.

Uptown & Mid-City

Magazine Street

Stretching over six miles, Magazine Street is famous for its eclectic shops, charming cafes, and local restaurants. Running parallel to the Mississippi River, this famous retail destination is perfect for a leisurely stroll through New Orleans.