The Royal St. Charles Hotel
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French Quarter

The Royal St. Charles Hotel is one block from the original settlement of New Orleans, called Vieux Carré, French Quarter or simply The Quarter. It is the oldest neighborhood in the city. Established by the French in 1718, the location was, and is still, a valuable site for trade due to its strategic position along the Mississippi River. The district as a whole, bound by Canal Street, Decatur Street, Esplanade Avenue and Rampart Street, is a National Historic Landmark. The French Quarter boasts a storied history of international influence with cultural contributions from the French, Spanish, Italians, Sicilians, Africans, Irish and others - all evident in the development of this global port settlement. So much of what makes New Orleans unique is captured in the melting pot atmosphere of the French Quarter - from the raucous party atmosphere of Bourbon Street to the bohemian elegance of Royal. It's a neighborhood full of surprises and magic.

New Orleans, Louisiana Attractions


New Orleans, Louisiana features a diverse selection of activities perfect for relaxing and unwinding. Located near Royal St. Charles Hotel is the French Quarter and Bourbon Street which provide limitless opportunities for shopping, fine dining, and live music. Below is a list of several local attractions including cultural museums, tours, premier shopping, and much more.

Nearby Attractions Include:

  • French Market- the oldest public market in the country, an open-air mall with shopping, dining and music.
  • French Quarter and New Orleans history at the Historic New Orleans Collection.
  • Jackson Square, with restaurants, shops and a vibrant street life.
  • The National World War II Museum.
  • Harrah's New Orleans Casino, with table games, slots and poker tables.
  • Steamboat Natchez - a classic Mississippi riverboat that sails daily with jazz and dinner.
  • Centuries-old bars including Blacksmith Shop and Old Absinthe House.
  • Riverwalk Marketplace, offering upscale fashion, local culinary flavors and revelry.
  • The Presbytere - an elaborate and exquisite collection of Mardi Gras artifacts and memorabilia.

Don't Forget:

  • Audubon Park, and its oak trees, lagoons and expansive green spaces.
  • Tulane and Loyola Universities
  • Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, with a visitor center featuring exhibits about historic New Orleans and bayou life.
  • World-famous restaurants include Galatoire's, Arnaud's, Antoine's, Commander's Palace & Emeril's Delmonico.

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