Offering views of the Mississippi River, the hotel is a short stroll to New Orleans’ renowned French Quarter. Sightseeing aside guests can return to enjoy the hotel’s signature ‘warm welcome cookie’ with a steaming coffee and relax in thier spacious room featuring stylish furnishings and great views. To recharge, guests can take a dip in the terraced outdoor pool or workout in the fitness room. A pre-dinner cocktail in the lobby bar is then the ideal precursor to an authentic Creole meal in one of the city’s many restaurants.
Why we recommend Doubletree By Hilton New Orleans
- Views of the Mississippi River
- Stroll to the French Quarter
- Outdoor pool and fitness room
- Spacious and modern guest rooms
- Close to restaurants and bars
Attractions near Doubletree By Hilton New Orleans
Discover southern history at Oak Alley
The landscapes of the Deep South are steeped in history and hospitality – and a trip to New Orleans wouldn’t be complete without a tour of the magnificent Oak Alley Plantation, a homestead founded in 1839.
Upon entering the property you’ll see the magnificent Oak Alley, lined with 28 giant oaks each more than 250 years old. Take some time to explore this picturesque property that has been featured in numerous Hollywood films. Guided tours are available, and are recommended, so you’ll learn the intriguing tales of the area. Afterwards, soak up the scenic surrounds and take in views of the famous Mississippi River.
Get your fix of southern culture
New Orleans is a lively place full of culture and activities. Spend a day wandering through the many museums and galleries here, and experience the history and creativity that have shaped this southern city.
The New Orleans Museum of Art and the St Louis Cathedral are definitely worth a look. If you’re travelling with children in tow, check out the Louisiana Children’s Museum, the Aquarium of the Americas, and the Audobon Insectarium for a great range of interactive exhibits. Art lovers won’t want to miss a tour the city’s galleries, which showcase local works. After a day soaking up the culture of this vibrant city, grab a coffee at the Café DuMonde or a bite to eat at one of the local eateries in the French Quarter.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Recreation game room||Health club or gym|
|Day spa||Parking cost applicable|
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|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Internet cable fee||Kitchenette|
|Internet (common wireless)||Non-smoking|