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There’s so much to do in the Big Easy that even lifelong residents find new things to experience every day. Here is our list of “must do’s” when experiencing the finest New Orleans attractions on your visit to the city we are proud to call home…
The nightlife New Orleans is best known for is located just two blocks from the hotel.
The Historic French Market
The Historic French Market includes over 30 unique retail shops, indoor and outdoor performance venues, restaurants and cafes, a flea market and a farmers market.
St. Louis Cathedral
Few cities in the world are so identified by a building as is New Orleans. The city is instantly recognized by our cathedral and its position overlooking Jackson Square. The Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis King of France is the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the United States.
Bound by St. Peter & St. Ann and situated along the river, Jackson Square with the backdrop of the St. Louis Cathedral are the landmarks of New Orleans and the center of the French Quarter’s rich history. While at Jackson Square, hop a horse drawn carriage ride through the French Quarter, shop for artwork from local starving artists, have your palm read, or grab a cup of Café au Lait and some beignets at Café du Monde, all within blocks of the hotel.
New Orleans Cuisine
The Crescent City is home to some of the world’s most renowned restaurants and chefs. From fine dining to casual, seafood to steak, and every cuisine in between, you’re sure to find extraordinary culinary experiences at every corner.
Frenchmen Street, French Quarter Jazz, and all the rest…
The birthplace of jazz has become a melting pot of music. One will find brass bands to rock bands and cover bands to karaoke scattered all throughout the French Quarter and the city. In a city where you’re certain to find the music and entertainment you’re looking for, below are just a few of our favorite live music venues:
Royal Street Antiques and Art Galleries
It is said that some of the best antiques and art in the country can be found on New Orleans famed Royal Street. Take a stroll down this primarily pedestrian only street and browse the numerous shops and galleries while being entertained by street performers and musicians.
Experience an afternoon or dinner cruise along the Mighty Mississippi aboard the Steamboat Natchez. This paddle wheel boat fueled by steam powered engines is the source of the calliope of music resonating through the French Quarter streets.