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The Hilton New Orleans/St Charles Avenue hotel in Louisiana is 13 miles from New Orleans International Airport and blocks from the world-famous French Quarter and Bourbon Street. This stunning 1920s' high-rise hotel in New Orleans, restored in 2007 and renovated in 2014, has original chandeliers at the main entrance, original marble floors and walls and handcrafted inlay tile ceiling in the Grand Entry Hall.
All suites in this New Orleans hotel have a separate living area with a pull-out sofa. Executive Level Rooms come with exclusive access to the Executive Lounge with free breakfast and refreshments. Accessible rooms are available and all rooms have internet access. The hotel is pet friendly and has an on-site convenience store. Work out in the hotel’s fitness center with modern equipment, swim in the indoor pool or relax in the whirlpool.
Dine in the hotel’s New Orleans brasserie-style Luke restaurant, by John Besh, and watch as chefs prepare cuisine in the full presentation kitchen. Hilton New Orleans is the perfect venue for weddings and business events with 10,000 sq. ft. of function space and multiple breakout rooms. The hotel offers four uniquely, exquisite ballrooms, an executive board room and two breakout rooms. Business center services are also available.
Be in the hub of New Orleans’ thriving Central Business District (CBD), an urban center with restaurants, nightlife and theaters. Enjoy free concerts in Lafayette Square as part of the plantation allotted to New Orleans founder Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Sieur de Bienville in 1719. Today, the CBD is home to many skyscrapers, retail stores and some of downtown's best restaurants.
Walk to exciting nightlife found in New Orleans’ French Quarter. Revel in the sounds of French Quarter music or dine at one of the many restaurants located in the area. Just across Canal Street, feel the energy of New Orleans and discover why there is no other place like it in the world. Explore unique attractions such as French Market, Jackson Square, museums and much more.