Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency New Orleans is perfectly located in the middle of all there is to do and see. Step just outside to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Smoothie King Arena for sports or Champions Square for special events. Walk to the Arts District or to Bourbon Street. Or hop a streetcar to the enchanting Garden District.

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601 Loyola Avenue
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, 70113

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Family Attractions

Smoothie King Center

Home to professional basketball in New Orleans, this popular arena is adjacent to our hotel for easy access to exciting events, including college sports, boxing matches, arena football games, wrestling events, and concerts.

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

Dive into a fascinating underwater world as you come face to face with exotic marine life from penguins and sea turtles to a vibrant Caribbean coral reef. The aquarium also features an immersive walk-through tunnel and a hands-on stingray pool.

Louisiana Children’s Museum

Let your children’s imaginations run free and their hands explore things from bubbles and bones to art and architecture. This fully interactive experience is designed to enrich their creativity and love of learning as well as inspire play and discovery.

Food + Drink

Bourbon Street

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.

French Quarter

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

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.

Arts + Culture

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Ogden Museum is home to the largest collection of Southern art in the world and is dedicated to telling the full story of the South through Southern art, music, literature, and cuisine. Visitors can view one-of-a-kind art by Southern artists.

Contemporary Arts Center

Located in the historic Arts District, the Contemporary Arts Center focuses on multidisciplinary modern and contemporary art. The center hosts a variety of events, performances, and special exhibits throughout the year.

New Orleans Museum of Art

The New Orleans Museum of Art is the city’s oldest fine arts museum, currently housing over 40,000 permanent pieces of art with emphasis on French, American, Japanese, and African art. The museum is also home to a beautifully kept sculpture garden.

The National WWII Museum

The National WWII Museum in New Orleans is America’s official WWII museum. It features exhibits, personal artifacts, and multimedia experiences that provide a glimpse into the American experience of WWII and how it changed the world.

Shopping

The Shops at Canal Place

Canal Place is home to one of the premiere shopping destinations in New Orleans, with world-renowned retailers side by side with local designers. And it’s all situated at the foot of Canal Street along the Mississippi River.

The Riverwalk

The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk New Orleans features over 75 retailers and restaurants along the Mississippi River. The combination of shopping, dining, and exploring the scenic river offers visitors a unique and relaxing experience.

Magazine Street

Just a few miles from the hotel, Magazine Street is in the heart of the lovely Garden District. It’s a beautiful, walkable area with antique shops, design studios, bistros, and offbeat clothing stores. You’ll even find old-style barbers for a shave.

Royal Street

Dating back to the French Colonial era, Royal Street is one of the oldest streets in New Orleans. Royal runs through the heart of the French Quarter tourist district and is best known for its many art galleries and antiques shops.