Come to life in one of America's most iconic cities.
Why I Love New Orleans
New Orleans is one of the most unique cities in the world. Rooted in so much history that it seems to bubble up from the streets. You'll enjoy everything about NOLA—especially the food and music.
Know Before You Go
W New Orleans has a fantastic bar program at our restaurant and bar, SoBou. Try the Parakeet Nordine Cocktail or the refreshing Nectar of The Gods.
Talk Like a Local
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Neighborhoods to Explore
1. St. Claude Ave
This thoroughfare connects the Faubourg Marigny, St. Roch, Bywater, and the 9th ward. Here you'll find late-night dance parties, hip eateries, and eclectic experiences like drag shows, karaoke, comedy, and cabaret.
2. South Market District
Escape to the newest area in NOLA and the pulse of what's New/Next in the city. American, Italian, Vietnamese—you’ll discover a world of dining options around the South Market District.
This part of town has a low-key neighborhood vibe where you'll feel just like a local. The restaurants that have been around for decades and the dive bars often host crawfish boils. Make it a point to stop at NOMA to walk through the sculpture garden.
4. Lower Garden District
Know for their historic grand homes and gorgeous gardens, this is the perfect area to explore on foot and take in the scenery. Take a stroll on Magazine Street where you'll discover chic boutiques, restaurants, and antique stores.
5. W New Orleans - French Quarter
316 Chartres St, New Orleans, LA 70130
Ultimate Access to New Orleans
This live music and entertainment district is located in the Marigny neighborhood at the edge of the French Quarter.
1117 Montegut Street
This French restaurant and wine bar may be hard to find at first, but once you're inside you'll feel like you were transported to a small café on the French countryside.
4801 Tchoupitoulas Street
A New Orleans staple since 1939. A trip to the city in the summer isn't complete without having one of these to cool off with.
1201 Magazine Street
Dark and moody best describes the décor, but the crowd tends to be jovial and fun. They have over 300 whiskeys and 50 craft beers from the US and around the globe.
W New Orleans - French Quarter
Mirroring the magnetic energy of the city, W New Orleans - French Quarter is a vibrant oasis in the center of it all.