Jazz, Drinks, History, And Haunts Steps From Your Room
Garden District: Home to Sandra Bullock and Drew Brees (just to name a few), the Garden District is known for beautiful mansions, cottages, and gardens. Walking tours are encouraged and a stop for tacos at The Rum House on Magazine Street is a must.
Frenchmen Street: Need a break from Bourbon Street? This low-key quarter is your best alternative for drinks and NOLA’s best jazz. The Spotted Cat Music Club is our go-to hole-in-the-wall for live shows and less madness.
Jackson Square: Snap a selfie at St. Louis Cathedral (the oldest cathedral in the United States) and grab a beignet across the street at Café du Monde. Chock full of street performers, vendors, and horse-drawn carriages, you’ll feel like a true New Orleanian within seconds.
Bourbon Street: Mardis Gras’ most famous street boasts stiff drinks and street performances year round. Hand Grenades at Tropical Isle and Hurricanes at Pat O’Briens are popular cocktails while bar hopping on Bourbon.
Tours: Intrigued by ghosts and ghouls? Have a thing for gators? Whether you want to explore a plantation, hit the bayou, or tour a local haunt, the lobby’s concierge desk will set you up.
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