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New Orleans

Michael Beninate

CONCIERGE GUIDE

Michael Beninate

Concierge 150452555666260

Welcome To New Orleans

Welcome to the InterContinental New Orleans. My name is Michael, I am the Chief Concierge, and this is my hometown, so it's a special pleasure to be able to help you discover everything that makes New Orleans one of America's most interesting cities.

A FOUR-DIAMOND TREASURE IN THE CENTRE OF TOWN 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.

LOCAL ESSENTIALS

THE PERFECT DAY

MORNING

In New Orleans, we live to eat! The perfect morning starts with a short stroll down Royal Street and breakfast at Brennan's, a New Orleans tradition. Enjoy a sumptuous Creole breakfast overlooking the lush, tropical courtyard, then check out Royal Street's antique shops and art galleries. There's an eclectic array of fascinating objects for sale to buy or just browse. Then, to get a proper sense of New Orleans' history, visit Jackson Square and the historic buildings surrounding it: St Louis Cathedral, the Cablido, the Presbytyre and the Pontalba Apartments, the oldest apartment buildings in the country, show you the irresistible charm of this jewel of a Southern city. Proceed to the old French Market where you can experience the old world charm of the Farmers' Market and the Flea Market, and then refuel at Cafe du Monde with cafe au lait and beignets, a powdered-sugar covered French doughnut.

AFTERNOON

Take 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 streets of St. Charles Avenue. On the way back, stop at the Garden District, New Orleans' oldest American neighborhood famous for its Antebellum (or pre Civil-War) mansions. After all that activity, settle down for a fantastic lunch at the world-famous Commander's Palace restaurant in the heart of the Garden District.

EVENING

Enjoy the place to be in New Orleans, and it's a place with a deserved reputation as being one of the wildest in the US of A. Stroll along the world famous Bourbon Street to find a mesmerizing array of jazz clubs, burlesque clubs, restaurants and anything else you might care for. Try your luck at Harrah's Casino, with world-class gaming, live entertainment and delicious dining just steps away from the hotel. And with performances nightly, Preservation Hall is a monument to the preservation and performance of Dixieland jazz. You can go where the locals go and experience Frenchman Street. Also filled with an array of Jazz Clubs and restaurants, this is where we go when we leave work.

INSIDER TIPS

LOCAL CULTURE

Clothing

Summer in New Orleans can be very hot and humid. We suggest light colored clothes, comfortable shoes and rain gear for those cooling afternoon thundershowers.


DID YOU KNOW ?

Above ground cemeteries

New Orleans' tombs are above ground because of the high water table. Most of the city is situated below sea level.


Louisiana Purchase

The entire Louisiana territory, which doubled the size of the United States in 1803, was sold by France for only $15m.


Napoleonic Code

Louisiana's system of law is still practiced under the Napoleonic Code.


WHAT TO PACK

Comfortable walking shoes and sandals

Many of the best attractions in New Orleans are within walking distance. Walking is the most popular mode of transportation. We also recommend Pedi Cabs, these bicyclists offer great transportation at a leisurely pace so you can enjoy the scenery.


US Dollars

Foreign exchange is very limited in the hotel and it can be difficult to exchange money without a bank account.


New Orleans
  • 444 St Charles Ave
  • New Orleans , LA , 70130
  • United States
  • Front Desk +1-504-5255566

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Languages spoken by staff

German, English, Spanish, Hindi, Croatian, Romanian, Tagalog, Turkish

Pet Policy

The InterContinental New Orleans is pet friendly. The maximum weight of the pet cannot exceed 40 pounds and a maximum of 2 pets per room. Pets cannot be left unattended in the room. A pet waiver will be required to be signed. Deposit is non refundable.
Pet Deposit $150.00 per stay
  • Local Time

    7:22 AM
    • CHECK-IN

      4:00 PM
    • CHECK-OUT

      12:00 PM Late Check out Available

    Currency

    • US Dollar $ (USD)

    Accessibility

    • Service animals allowed
    • 10 Room(s) with Accessibility Standards
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    • Special Needs