Anytime you leave the property, explore and immerse yourself in New Orleans culture and the surrounding communities just as the locals do. Under guidance from our local associates’ knowledge and recommendations, we can give you the direction to confidently make discoveries of your own. Start with Walk, Run, Crawl.
Take a leisurely stroll on your own to enjoy the beautiful architecture of the French Quarter and surrounding neighborhoods, or take a fascinating tour. Walk the streets of New Orleans, the most haunted city in the United States, with ghost stories narrated by paranormal experts as you journey through the historic French Quarter. Discover 300 years of history in the French Quarter & Cemetery Walking Tour. See European architecture, view registered historic sites and hear the charming tales of centuries past. Visit St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, famously referred to as City of the Dead, and learn why its tombs are built above ground. View the final resting place of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and so much more.
<p>The path along Woldenberg Park and the Moonwalk is popular with joggers and walkers. Stroll along the muddy waters of the Mississippi River and watch massive freighters chug upriver. But in New Orleans, you can add some spice to your daily workout routine by registering for the New Orleans Red Dress Run in August – only the biggest little Red Dress event in the world – or try The New Orleans Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, Half Marathon and Two Person Half Marathon Relay along historic neighborhoods including St. Charles Avenue and the French Quarter.</p>
New Orleans is known for its libations, and our hotel is within stumbling distance of world‐famous Bourbon Street. Better yet, take a walk through the French Quarter’s famous bars and restaurants, and discover the famous “spirits” of New Orleans. It's history with a twist! From the Sazerac and Pimm's Cup, to the Ramos Gin Fizz and Absinthe, you’ll enjoy a different view of New Orleans through its history of fine dining and drinking.