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Butcher is a new age butcher shop, sandwich counter and a wine bar. Inspired by traditional meat markets, Butcher specializes in house made meats, terrines and sausages.
Savor delicious Argentinian cuisine ant the city’s top Zagat cuisine rated steakhouse. Enjoy the finest cuts of beef, house made specialties, and memorable deserts.
Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant
Relaxed, island-themed bar with seafood-heavy Cal-Mex eats plus an outdoor courtyard and open late hours.
NOSH (New Orleans Social House)
Fashionable spot offering New American shared plates, cocktails & music within a cool, lounge-friendly setting.
Café Du Monde Riverwalk0.5 MILES AWAYles
Iconic New Orleans Café known for café au laits, chicory coffee & beignets since 1862
Discover the oldest district in New Orleans and one of the world’s most renowned neighborhoods when you visit the French Quarter. Located just ¾ mile from our hotel, the Quarter is overflowing with clubs, bars, music and great places eat. Some of the top attractions include Bourbon Street, Café Du Monde, Jackson Square, Royal Street, and the French Market.
The Outlet Collection at the Riverwalk
Head to the Mississippi River waterfront, located just a half-mile from the hotel, to shop more than 250,000 square feet of retail space. Hunt for deals at more than 75 outlet stores, shop seasonal sales, or relax at a riverfront restaurant or bar.
Enjoy a zoo experience like no other! See the Audubon's unique natural habitat exhibits—such as the award-winning Louisiana Swamp and Jaguar Jungle. From its daily animal presentations, chats and feeds to mysterious white alligators, the Audubon Zoo is often ranked among the country’s best for innovation and entertainment value!
New Orleans Erato Street Cruise Terminal
Take to the seas from the famous Port of New Orleans on an international multi-day cruise or sail along the Mississippi River on a Louisiana-themed dinner and jazz cruise, historical tour, or day tour on paddlewheelers, steamboats, or riverboats.
New Orleans Jazz Museum
The New Orleans Jazz Museum celebrates the history of jazz, in all its forms, through dynamic interactive exhibits, multi-generational educational programming, research facilities, and engaging musical performances.
Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans
Founded in 1976, the center plays host to events and performances from visual arts to concert performances and lectures.
New Orleans Botanical Garden
Surrounded by the nation’s largest collection of mature live oaks, patrons enjoy a sensual walk past 2,000 varieties of plants. Most of the vegetation is native to Louisiana, but there are many other more exotic species.
Louisiana Children’s Museum
30,000 sq. ft. of interactive exhibits include a climbing wall, art studio & mock cafe.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
With more than 3,600 animals from more than 250 species, including endangered species, such as African penguins, and rare animals, such as white alligators, the Aquarium offers you an experience you'll never forget.
Mardi Gras World
Go behind the scenes of New Orleans’ biggest event. Walk 15 minutes or hop on a free shuttle to see how the iconic parade floats are made, try on the festive costumes, meet the artists, and tour exhibits of Mardi Gras past to learn its history.
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Located adjacent to the hotel, this expansive convention center boasts more than 1 million square feet of exhibition space. One of the biggest convention halls in the country, the center hosts some of the world’s largest tradeshows and conferences.
The National WWII Museum
Step inside New Orleans' National WWII Museum and enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience with many astonishing artifacts and exhibits. You need a full day to explore all there is to see here. Check out the 4D war film “Beyond all Boundaries” and take the interactive tour around a replica submarine.
Warehouse turned concert venue & club (Thursdays–Saturdays) with wooden beams & crystal chandeliers.
New Orleans Board of Trade
Built in 1880, the Board of Trade is one of New Orleans more unique venues for hosting a wedding. The venue features three different areas to host different parts of your wedding day.