Adjacent to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Smoothie King Arena, our hotel makes it easy to explore New Orleans’ top attractions. Walk to Bourbon Street and the vibrant French Quarter. Take a few steps outside the hotel to Champions Square for special events. Our hotel is moments from the best things to do in New Orleans.
Catch the NFL action, world-class concerts, and unique special events at this prominent sports arena, a five-minute walk from the hotel. Get there early to tour the hall of fame and football memorabilia.
Dive into a world of fascinating aquatic life and see everything from penguins and sea turtles to a vibrant Caribbean coral reef. The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas houses exotic marine life and an amazing walk-through aquarium tunnel. Touch a sting ray or even feed a parakeet.
This hands-on, interactive museum engaging children, families, and school groups in memorable experiences designed to make learning fun. Kids are inspired to play and discover at the Louisiana Children's Museum.
A landmark in New Orleans, Audubon Zoo and Museum offer a mix of animals from around the world, interactive animal encounters, educational programs and beautiful gardens. The zoo highlights natural coastal Louisiana habitat, such as the Jaguar Jungle and Louisiana Swamp exhibits.
Bourbon Street is a lively and colorful promenade in the heart of the French Quarter. Known for its New Orleans bars, clubs, jazz, and music venues and Cajun food, Bourbon Street is a vibrant streetscape that gives a deep look into the soul of New Orleans.
The oldest neighborhood in the city offers classic restaurants, music venues, boutique shopping and voodoo temples. Some of the most popular areas include Royal Street, Chartres Street, Jackson Square, Bourbon Street and the French Market.
Frenchmen Street is home to the Crescent City’s most popular music venues, including The Maison and Snug Harbor. In addition to the many bars and restaurants, Frenchman has become a favorite locals’ destination with music and food that truly authentic.
The Ogden Museum is home to the largest collection of Southern art in the world, as well as home to the Center for Southern Craft and Design, featuring one-of-a-kind pottery, glass, jewelry, wood, fabric and metal items by Southern artisans.
This downtown arts complex is dedicated to modern and contemporary art with a focus on recent developments in painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, and performance art. The center hosts a variety of events and performances, such as visual arts, live concerts and lectures.
The New Orleans Museum of Art is New Orleans’ oldest fine arts museum, now housing over 40,000 works of art with emphasis on French, American, Japanese, and African art, as well as pottery, photography and glass artwork.
The National WWII Museum features immersive exhibits, multimedia experiences, and an expansive collection of artifacts and first-person oral histories, taking visitors inside the story of the war that changed the world.
Take a stroll and go shopping in New Orleans’s Garden District where you’ll find antique shops, design studios, restaurants, and offbeat clothing stores. Most notable you can enjoy and old-world barbershop with hot towel shaves.
Dating back to the French Colonia era, Royal Street is one of the oldest streets in New Orleans. Royal is in the heart of the French Quarter tourist district and is best known for its many art galleries and antiques shops.