Traditional and delightful, this superbly located hotel sits on renowned Canal Street, the epicentre of New Orleans with its with bright-red streetcars, upscale shopping and medley of dining outlets. Scenic Mississippi River or downtown city views feature from oversized windows in each classically-styled guest room, with deluxe suites providing spacious living and dining areas. Unwind with a cooling dip in the swimming pool, enjoy evening cocktails at 55 Fahrenheit, and savour regional favourites at the award-winning, 5 Fifty 5.
Why we recommend New Orleans Marriott
- Located in the French Quarter
- Stylish rooms with luxury bedding
- Minutes from Bourbon Street
- Fitness centre and heated pool
- Coffee shop, wine bar and award-winning dining
Attractions near New Orleans Marriott
Delight in French flair
Your hotel is perfectly located amidst the historic flair and European influence of the French Quarter. Take a short stroll to the classic French Market where three centuries of history are spread across six city blocks. Stalls are filled with an array of goods to delight the senses, from freshly baked French pastries and traditional chocolatiers, to crafts stalls, a farmers market and, of course, French wine.
The market has been held at this site since 1791 and is a symbol of tradition, but also pride and progress for the people of New Orleans. Spend a morning wandering through the streets, stop to enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee, and taste some handcrafted wine and local cheeses.
Visit a voodoo vault
New Orleans is known for its eerie voodoo past, and while you’re staying here you’ll have the chance to discover the intriguing mystery and history of this ancient practice. A range of tour operators run dedicated voodoo tours, so book into one (ask your concierge for a recommendation) and feel shivers run up your spine as you learn about the development of the voodoo folklore and its place New Orleans history.
Discover the city’s Voodoo Queens, healing rituals, and the surprising connection to jazz and Mardi Gras. Don’t miss out on a visit to New Orleans’ oldest cemetery, which dates back to 1789, where locals still go to ask for help at the tomb of a former reigning Voodoo Queen.
|Laundry service||Club room benefits|
|Wheel chair access in hotel||Concierge|
|Laundry room||Gift shop or boutique|
|Baby sitting||Swimming pool|
|Health club or gym||Day spa|
|Parking valet||Parking cost applicable|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Air conditioning|
|Internet (wireless)||Iron and ironing board|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Internet cable fee|
|Internet (common wireless)||Internet common wireless fee|