Things To Do
Stay at Hilton New Orleans Riverside and be in the center of it all. This downtown New Orleans hotel location offers stunning views of the Mississippi River and the city. Enjoy easy access to historic New Orleans streetcar lines, top attractions and restaurants. Hilton New Orleans Riverside is next door to the Riverwalk, New Orleans Cruise Port and Harrah's Casino. The hotel is also conveniently located to the following attractions:
- Aquarium of the Americas (3 blocks)
- Arts & Warehouse District (3 blocks)
- Canal Street shops (4 blocks)
- French Quarter (4 blocks)
- Jackson Square (6 blocks)
- National WWII Museum (8 blocks)
In addition, Hilton New Orleans Riverside hotel is perfectly situated for downtown New Orleans festivals such as Mardi Gras, the French Quarter Festival and the Essence Festival.
In and Around Town
Fun in New Orleans
Our Hilton Mom Voyage team shares experiences to help you plan a vacation the whole family will love!
Home to the New Orleans Saints, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is host to annual and special events throughout the year.
Our New Orleans hotel is just steps away from the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and Woldenberg Riverfront Park.
National WWII Museum
Storm the beaches of Normandy and the French Quarter on the same day.
Cafe Du Monde
World famous for its cafe' au lait, beignets, and the opportunity to people watch across from Jackson Square.
New Orleans City Park
Offers visitors attractions and activities from artistic or natural, to sports facilities and attractions for all ages.
Louisiana Children's Museum
New Orleans most playful and educational place for families with over 30,000 sq. ft. of interactive exhibit space.
Mardi Gras World
Located a short stroll along the riverfront from our hotel, is the place where Mardi Gras magic comes to life.
Port of New Orleans
#1 port in U.S. based on volume of cargo handled with longest wharf in the world. The Cruise Terminal is just one area and handles 700,000 passengers per year.
New Orleans Tours
New Orleans Streetcars
Originally began in 1835, guests enjoy New Orleans Streetcar routes along the Riverfront, up to Cemeteries, City Park or famous St Charles Avenue Line.
For shopping, dining or just casual strolling, no place in New Orleans outside the French Quarter beats Magazine Street.