Hyatt Regency New Orleans


    With a dramatic design that compliments the uniqueness of the city, the revitalized Hyatt Regency New Orleans hotel anchors the vibrant Sports and Entertainment District. Hyatt Regency New Orleans was one of the most visual representations of Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath. For more than five years, citizens of New Orleans have eagerly awaited the re-opening of one of the city’s most important hotels. The hotel re-opened its doors in the Fall of 2011 boasting 200,000 square feet of state-of-the-art event space, strikingly sophisticated guest rooms and amenities.

    This property includes 1,193 all-new guestrooms, including four presidential suites and five residential-style meeting planner suites. 42-inch flat-panel televisions are equipped with cable channels, free movie channels, and Oncommand video. All accommodations provide desks, ergonomic chairs, and speakerphones with voice mail. For a surcharge, guests can use the in-room wireless high-speed Internet access. Beds have pillowtop mattresses and signature bedding. Bathrooms offer bathtubs or showers, makeup/shaving mirrors, hair dryers, and complimentary toiletries. Additional amenities include complimentary newspapers and irons/ironing boards, while housekeeping is offered daily.



    • 1193 rooms
    • 32 floors




    • Indoor Swimming Pool
    • Valet Parking
    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Bar
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge Services
    • Fitness
    • In-Room Hairdryer
    • In Room Movies
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • In-Room Safe
    • Spa


    Dining options at the hotel include 4 restaurants along with a coffee shop/café and a bar/lounge. 8 Block Kitchen & Bar pays homage to the eight blocks that comprise Upper Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, one of the city’s most iconic and historic attractions known for local culture and classic cuisine. Serving breakfast and lunch, the 360-seat, full-service restaurant offers a menu of seasonally inspired dishes that fuse traditional New Orleans style with international flair. Borgne, the latest venture by James Beard award-winning New Orleans chef, John Besh, features casual, coastal Louisiana seafood with a touch of Spanish influence and Brian Landry, the longtime New Orleans native chef of Galatoire’s, as the chef de cuisine. Named after the world’s first for-profit movie theater built in New Orleans in 1896, Vitascope Hall offers historically modern American cuisine that extends well beyond typical bar fare. Signature items include the Vitascope Hall Burger and an exceptional raw bar offering a seasonal selection of locally sourced Louisiana seafood and beautifully presented, top-quality sushi, nigiri and sashimi. The bar also features some of the state’s best crafted beers, as well as bespoke cocktails exclusively conceived by the hotel’s mixologist. Whole Hog Café is Devoted to the pursuit of barbeque perfection and employs top-secret cooking techniques to deliver award-winning dishes. Whole Hog Café sandwiches are available at Lagniappe Exchange and 8 Block Kitchen & Bar.



    601 Loyola Avenue New Orleans Louisiana United States 70113

    Hyatt Regency New Orleans is adjacent to the New Orleans Superdome and New Orleans Arena, blocks from the French Quarter, Morial Convention Center, and Mississippi River Front. It is also close to Lafayette Square, New Orleans City Hall, Bourbon Street and Riverwalk Marketplace. For a more leisurely approach relax while sightseeing on the soon to arrive Loyola Avenue Streetcar Line, opening in 2012.


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