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InterContinental Hotels NEW ORLEANS

444 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
Nightly Rates: ($229.00 - $369.00)
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
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Hotel Description:

We are delighted to welcome you to our hotel. Offering impeccable service and extensive local knowledge, our dedicated concierge team can help you make the most of your stay and recommend unique and popular attractions in our historic city.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  14
Number of rooms:  484
Number of suites:  31
Time zone:  GMT


Pete's: This restaurant combines a lively English pub atmosphere and Louisiana hospitality. Our buffet breakfasts are laden with fresh pastries and fruits, and omelettes made to order. Our delicious lunch menu features chicken and sausage gumbo, shrimp and grits
Trenasse: At Trenasse, our passionate culinary team presents Cajun Creole dishes with a contemporary twist, served in an elegant space with warm wooden furnishings. Local produce, sophisticated wines and oysters are all featured on a fine dining menu that is perfec
Pete's: Sumptuous surroundings and a friendly ambience await at Pete's, making it the perfect place to relax at the end of the day. Sink into a sofa, enjoy a chilled beer or refreshing gin and tonic, and admire the colorful murals all around. Our expert baristas


Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Outdoor pool
Childrens's program - The Louisiana Children's Museum is located within walking distance from the hotel. From more information go to www.lcm.org.

Room Info:

Separate closet, Desk with lamp
Separate closet, Desk with lamp, Sofa bed
2 queen beds superior: TV
two queen beds: TV
standard room: TV
1 king bed: TV
king top floor: TV
king bed: TV
king mobility accessible: TV
king standard: TV
king superior: TV
king executive hearing accessible: TV
king executive: TV
2 queen beds superior: TV
2 queen beds: TV
two queen beds: TV
2 queen beds: TV
1 king bed business suite: TV
intercontinental suite: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Poydras: This room is located on the 3rd floor. It has windows on two sides for plenty of natural lighting. It overlooks Camp Street where you might occasionally see movie filming.
La Salle Ballroom:
La Salle Ballroom A:
La Salle Ballroom B:
La Salle Ballroom C:
La Salle Pre-Function Area: Pre-Function space outside the LaSalle Ballroom
Le Salon Pre-Function Area:
Pelican Pre-Function Area:
Pelican I:
Pelican II:
Acadian I:
Acadian II:
Algiers A:
Algiers B:
Algiers C:
Bywater: Bywater Boardroom

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • Accessible facilities
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • Connecting rooms
  • Dry cleaning
  • Grocery shopping service available
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Late check-out available
  • Minibar
  • Parking
  • Rollaway bed
  • Satellite television
  • Stereo
  • Turn down service
  • Voice mail
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Car rental desk
  • Color television
  • Cribs
  • Florist
  • Hairdryer
  • Housekeeping - weekly
  • Limousine service
  • Non-smoking
  • Pets allowed
  • Room service
  • Shoe shine stand
  • Sundry/Convenience store
  • Two-line phone
  • Weight scale
  • Bathrobe
  • Casino
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Currency exchange
  • Free newspaper
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • Interior corridors
  • Lounges/bars
  • On-Site parking
  • Private bathroom
  • Safe
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Tour/sightseeing desk
  • Valet parking
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Bathtub
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Concierge desk
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Golf
  • High speed internet connection
  • Ironing board
  • Meeting rooms
  • Outdoor pool
  • Restaurant
  • Safe deposit box
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Transportation
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

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Outlet Collection at RiverwalkTip: Don't go too late in the day; muffalettas tend to sell out. Be patient in line; servers are never in a hurry. An authentic Italian grocery store in the French Quarter. Home of the famous muffaletta sandwich and be sure add our very own Zapps Potato

Rouses MarketTip: Store hours can be erratic. Check with the concierge before going. Unique import shop in the French Quarter specializing in Mediterranean garments and musical instruments.

Rhino GalleryStanding for 'right here in New Orleans,' Rhino offers a unique collection of crafts, all designed by local talent.

Rodrigue StudioTip: Call in advance to book a private viewing of the gallery. Louisiana artist from the heart of Cajun Country famous for creating the Blue Dog series of paintings.

Rubenstein'sTip: Expect designer prices for these fine local fashions. Local clothiers specializing for generations in fine fashions for men and ladies.

Whole Foods CompanyTip: Items are pricey, but wholesome and thoroughly delicious. New Orleans' finest and healthiest grocery store.

Yvonne LaFleurTip: Private fittings can be arranged. Popular local designer who creates garments with a lacy Victorian feel.

Magazine StreetTip: Parking is sometimes difficult. See your concierge for a Magazine Street guide before going. Known as the 'shoppers' dream', Magazine Street consists of nearly six miles of antique shops, art galleries, restaurants and specialty shops. Ask the conci

The French MarketTip: Try to avoid some of the cheap goods stalls in the flea market. Shopping, entertainment and cuisine within the atmosphere of the country's oldest public market. From Cafe du Monde to the farmers' and community flea market this place has a tradition

Decatur StreetTip: Decatur Street is most active on weekends. A collection of vintage clothing stores, bric-a-brac shops, hip and trendy clothes, local crafts, souvenirs, restaurants and an endless parade of interesting local dwellers.

Magazine StreetTip: Parking can be difficult - you may want to take a taxi or get an all-day bus pass. Six miles of gifts, jewelry, antiques, clothing, furniture, restaurants, art galleries, coffee shops and so much more.

Royal StreetTip: If you are limited for time, the concierge can arrange an antiquing guide who can find exactly what you're looking for. Royal Street is famous for its high-end antique shops and art galleries.

Ernest N. Morial

New Orleans Fairgrounds



New Orleans International Airport

AudubonAn executive style course allows you to play eighteen holes and have plenty of time left in the 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.

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.

Half a Day: The National World War II MuseumThe 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 tourSince 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

Royal StreetTake a stroll down Royal Street, famous for its art galleries and antique shops, to visit Jackson Square, truly the heart of New Orleans.

One Hour: The Garden DistrictPopulated 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

Two Hours: Aquarium of the AmericasVisit 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.

French MarketVisit the French Market. Enjoy a cafe au lait at Cafe du Monde and take a stroll through the Farmers' Market and the Flea Market.

St Charles StreetcarEnjoy 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.

St. Charles AvenueSt Charles Avenue is the perfect place to run. Most joggers run right along the streetcar tracks.

The Mississippi RiverfrontTake a romantic stroll along the mighty Mississippi River from the Riverwalk to the Moonwalk.

Bourbon StreetTip: 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.

Caf du MondeTip: Avoid weekend mornings. After dinner is a good time. This original French Market cafe serves cafe au lait and beignets, the powdered-sugar covered French doughnuts.

Central GroceryTip: Try to go before or after lunch and be patient. Authentic Italian grocery in the French Quarter famous for the original muffaletta.

Frenchmen StreetTip: Weekend nights are best. Frenchmen Street has a wonderfully artistic and bohemian street atmosphere and is where locals go for live music.

Mother's RestaurantTip: Always a line on weekend mornings. Popular New Orleans diner famous for all-day breakfast, po-boys and the world's best baked ham.

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