New Orleans Attractions
Overlooking the Mississippi riverfront, this shopping destination right behind our accommodations offers a wide variety of stores and restaurants that are sure to please everyone.
Aquarium of the Americas
Our state-of-the-art Aquarium of the Americas offers a magical experience. Named by USA Today and Travel + Leisure as a “Top 10 Best Aquarium”, this is a must-visit attraction that you won’t want to leave!
Explore the iconic Crescent City from 34 floors up! This unique indoor and outdoor observation deck offers 360-degree panoramic views of New Orleans and the Mississippi River. Immerse yourself in the stories that make up New Orleans’ rich history through multi-level interactive cultural experiences.
Try your luck at the city’s only casino, the perfect spot to come out and play, right across the street from your room. In 2024, get ready to experience Caesars New Orleans.
The National WWII Museum
This inspiring, award-winning museum tells the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—with innovative storytelling for all generations.
Forget for a moment that you’re living in the 21st century. Affectionately knowns as The Vieux Carré, the city’s oldest neighborhood delights visitors with charming streets, historic architecture, and impeccable dining.
Tucked between Café Du Monde and the St. Louis Cathedral, historic Jackson Square sits in the heart of the French Quarter. Browse out the local artists’ works and check out the street performers while you walk off those beignets!
Located in the heart of the New Orleans, the Caesars Superdome is one of America’s most recognizable landmarks, captivating audiences from all over the world by hosting Super Bowls, major concerts and more.
Smoothie King Arena
The Smoothie King Center, home of the New Orleans Pelicans, is the region’s largest state-of-the-art venue. Only one mile separates you from the best live performances and sporting events in the city.