InterContinental NEW ORLEANS
444 ST CHARLES AVE
New Orleans, LA 70130
Nightly Rates (239.59 - 269.59)
InterContinental New Orleans enjoys one of the city's most coveted locations: two blocks from the French Quarter, four blocks from Harrah's New Orleans, six blocks from the riverfront and - come Mardi Gras time - a front row spot on the St. Charles Avenue parade route. The Morial Convention Center, Uptown and the Louisiana Superdome are also nearby.
Air conditioning individually controlled in room
Complimentary newspaper in lobby
Desk with lamp
Direct dial telephone
High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
High speed internet connection
Housekeeping - daily
Housekeeping - weekly
Late check-out available
Premium movie channels
Public area air conditioned
Safe deposit box
Shops and commercial services
Spare electrical outlet available at desk
Telephone jack adaptor available
Turn down service
Valet same day dry cleaning
Wireless internet connection
Wireless internet connection in public areas
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 4:00 PM
Check out time is 12:00 PM
Time Zone is GMT
Opened in 1998
Contemporary Louisiana cuisine.
Acme Oyster House
Traditional Cajun and Creole food.
Bon Ton Cafe
The flickering gas lights and canvas canopy that announce the entrance to the Bon Ton Caf are the first hints to an experience in dining that has almost vanished in our fast-paced lives. Housed in the historical 1840 s Natchez building, within earshot o
Since 1880, Commander's Palace has been a New Orleans landmark known for the award winning quality of its food and many commodious dining rooms. The history of this famous restaurant offers a glimpse into New Orleans' ante-bellum past.
The food at Emeril's is somewhat eclectic, but leans more toward what Chef Emeril calls "New New Orleans" cuisine. Although the menu often abounds with an array of tempting dishes in the style of Southwestern, West Coast, or New England cooking, the roots
Established in 1948, The Award Winning Gumbo Shop features a wide range of New Orleans cuisine at its finest. Enjoy fantastic customer service and great food. Patrons are also welcome to order from our full wine list including 30 Wines by the Glass.
SoifFaim is located in the lobby across from the front desk. It opens for lunch and goes into the evening. Food is available while the bar is open. Dinner service for the hotel is served in the SoifFaim
Pete's Pub is an English style bar. It is open Monday - Friday from 4pm - late. It's a great place to meet up with friends, grab a drink or just get some lite food.
La Salle Ballroom A
La Salle Ballroom B
La Salle Ballroom C
La Salle Ballroom
La Salle Pre-Function Area
La Salon Pre-Function Area
Pelican Pre-Function Area
Vieux Carre A
Vieux Carre B
Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Children's program - The Louisiana Children's Museum is located within walking distance from the hotel. From more information go to www.lcm.org.
Half a Day: The National World War II Museum
The National World War II Museum celebrates the American spirit, the teamwork, optimism, courage and sacrifice of the men and women who helped win World War II.
One Hour: Cemetery tour
Since New Orleans is situated below sea level, burial practices adapted the unique technique of utilizing above-ground tombs. Take a stroll through St Louis Cemetery #1 just outside the French Quarter, and see the oldest of what are called the cities of t
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Caf du Monde
Tip: Avoid weekend mornings. After dinner is a good time. This original French Market café serves café au lait and beignets, the powdered-sugar covered French doughnuts.
Tip: Try to go before or after lunch and be patient. Authentic Italian grocery in the French Quarter famous for the original muffaletta.
Tip: Bourbon Street is much more active in the evening. Stroll along world-famous Bourbon Street and experience the nightlife, jazz clubs, burlesque clubs and restaurants that make it New Orleans' wildest street.
Two Hours: Aquarium of the Americas
Visit the Aquarium of the Americas, one of America's top five aquariums featuring exhibits of the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean reef, the Mississippi River and the Amazon rainforest.
New Orleans International Airport
Two Hours: French Market
Visit the French Market. Enjoy a café au lait at Café du Monde and take a stroll through the Farmers' Market and the Flea Market.
Tip: Always a line on weekend mornings. Popular New Orleans diner famous for all-day breakfast, po-boys and the world's best baked ham.
Tip: Weekend nights are best. Frenchmen Street has a wonderfully artistic and bohemian street atmosphere and is where locals go for live music.
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Half a Day: New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)
N.O.M.A. features an extensive permanent collection with works of art from ancient to modern times and hosts many national and international exhibits.
One Hour: Royal Street
Take a stroll down Royal Street, famous for its art galleries and antique shops, to visit Jackson Square, truly the heart of New Orleans.
Half a Day: Plantation tour:
The Mississippi River is home to many Antebellum plantations which survived the Civil War. Take a trip back in time and relive the splendor of the Old South.
Two Hours: St Charles Streetcar
Enjoy a ride on the St Charles Streetcar, the oldest continually running streetcar line in the world, and see the magnificent Victorian mansions and oak trees that line the Avenue.
One Hour: The Garden District
Populated by the first Americans to settle in New Orleans after the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, architecturally the Garden District reflects an exciting and prosperous period of time. Walking tours through this residential neighborhood are popular and esp
The Mississippi Riverfront
Take a romantic stroll along the mighty Mississippi River from the Riverwalk to the Moonwalk.
St. Charles Avenue
St Charles Avenue is the perfect place to run. Most joggers run right along the streetcar tracks.