Experience the best of the Big Easy at our award-winning downtown New Orleans hotel. Located right next door to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Smoothie King Center and Champions Square, Hyatt Regency New Orleans offers easy access to the area’s most popular attractions. Hop on the Loyola Avenue Streetcar, or take a walk to the historic French Quarter, Arts District, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and the scenic Mississippi Riverfront.
The menu features coastal Louisiana seafood with a touch of Spanish influence, upholding the chefs’ passion for supporting locally grown ingredients while incorporating the global flavors New Orleans is known. The bar, one of the longest in New Orleans, boasts a selection of over 70 craft beers, many from local breweries. Hours of Operation: Lunch: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. , Friday - Saturday: 11 a.m. - 10 p.m., Happy Hour Menu: 3 p.m. - 6 p.m., >Take Out: Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.Vitascope Hall
Vitascope Hall provides the perfect New Orleans entertainment experience for our hotel guests. When you’re ready for a bite, Vitascope Hall offers the freshest Louisiana seafood, an exceptional raw bar and stunning sushi creations. Hours of Operation: Monday – Sunday: 11 a.m. - 12 a.m.8Block Kitchen & Bar
8 Block Kitchen & Bar, named after the famous blocks that make up Bourbon Street in the French Quarter, is the cornerstone of our hotel’s dining options. Offering an award-winning buffet of gourmet breakfast and lunch dishes, this restaurant features a delicious fusion of farm-to-table and traditional New Orleans cuisine. Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday Breakfast 6:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Lunch 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Saturday – Sunday Brunch 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.Pizza Cosegna
Enjoy the best Neapolitan-style pizza in the Big Easy. Our master chefs bake each gourmet pizza fresh to order and use only the highest quality of locally-sourced, organic ingredients and specialty homemade dough made with Antico Molino Caputo flour. Hours of Operation: Monday - Sunday: 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.Q Smokery
Q Smokery & Cafe use a signature slow smoking technique to offer succulent smoked ribs, brisket, chicken, pulled pork and Louisiana’s famous Andouille sausage. Lunch time will never be the same with our delicious smoked meats atop salads, sandwiches and loaded baked potatoes, along with hearty side dishes like mac & cheese, corn on the cob, greens, coleslaw and baked beans. You’ll also enjoy New Orleans-inspired creations like our Red Beans & Rice, BBQ Jambalaya and Seafood Nachos. Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 7:00AM – 9:30AM, 11:00AM – 2:00PM.Starbucks
Whether it’s coffee, tea, or quick bite you’re wanting, Starbucks Coffee has it. Our pastries and sandwiches are made with high-quality, simple ingredients. Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday: 6:00 am - 5:30pm, Saturday and Sunday: 6:00 am - 3:00pm.ByWater Pool & Deck
Order fresh-off-the-grill dishes like our Cajun Chicken Sandwich, Signature Hot Dogs, Grilled BBQ Wings, and Hollygrove Custom Salad Blend. Or if you’re looking for something a little lighter, try our fresh fruit bowls, seasonal salads, and wraps.
The drinks menu features select wine, beer, Fat Tuesday® daiquiris, and specialty cocktails handcrafted by our resident mixologists. Younger guests will love our “Just for Kids” New Orleans style snowballs and non-alcoholic frozen beverages. Hours of Operation: 11am to 7pm.8 Block Addendum
A patisserie is a shop that makes and sells pastries, usually with a focus on French pastry. Hours of Operation: 1pm - 5pm Daily. (Hours Subject to Change).In-Room Dining
There’s nothing better than being able to enjoy our famous New Orleans cuisine from the comfort of your guestroom with 24-hour in-room dining. From fresh fruit and yogurt, to crawfish filled omelets and custom dinner entrees, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re craving on our in-room dining menu. You’re also able to compliment your meal with a full selection of wine and beer available under the beverage section. Hours of Operation: 24 Hours.
New Orleans is known for unforgettable dining, intoxicating live music, Old World charm and good time living. And the Sheraton New Orleans is at the heart of it all. For all the sights, sounds and flavors of New Orleans, just step outside. Cross historic Canal Street, and you`re in the French Quarter. Take a left. Or a right. Or a left and a right. Then another and another. Explore. Get lost in the French Quarter, and you just might find yourself wishing to stay lost there.
Julia Street Galleries - Widely known as “Gallery Row”, Julia Street features more than a dozen art galleries in the Warehouse District, occupying former showrooms, storefronts and other establishments that went out of business many years ago.
Ogden Museum - The Ogden Museum is home to the largest collection of Southern art in the world, as well as home to the Center for Southern Craft and Design, featuring one-of-a-kind pottery, glass, jewelry, wood, fabric and metal items by Southern artisans.
Contemporary Arts Center - This downtown arts complex is dedicated to modern and contemporary art with a focus on recent developments in painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, and performance art. The center hosts a variety of events and performances, such as visual arts, live concerts and lectures.
New Orleans Museum of Art - The New Orleans Museum of Art is New Orleans’ oldest fine arts museum, now housing over 40,000 works of art with emphasis on French, American, Japanese, and African art, as well as pottery, photography and glass artwork.
The National WWII Museum - The National WWII Museum features immersive exhibits, multimedia experiences, and an expansive collection of artifacts and first-person oral histories, taking visitors inside the story of the war that changed the world.
Soul Fest - Celebrate New Orleans legacy of African American culture, music and food. Every year over 21,000 people converge on the Crescent City at the Audubon Zoo to enjoy musicians, like Yolanda Adams, Irvin Mayfield and the Hot 8.
Jazz Fest - The legendary New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival has been one of the most popular events in the Crescent City for more than 40 years. The annual lineup includes top local and national acts and many music legends across every genre. You can hop on the Jazz Fest Express to enjoy an air-conditioned ride right onto the festival grounds for $18.
French Quarter Festival - French Quarter festival most attended music event in the South focusing on indigenous New Orleans music and traditional creole food. With more than 20 stages and 90 food and beverage vendors, there is something for everyone.
Mardi Gras - Mardi Gras season is a time of romance, parties, music, parades, grandiose costumes, masquerade balls and dancing in the streets. From magical to the bizarre, New Orleans Mardi Gras has it all! The highlight of the Mardi Gras festival is its parade of grandiose floats, marchers adorned with costumes, and joyous music bouncing off the historic streets. “Throw me some beads” is heard from kids and adults alike, as float goodies turn into tradable currency.
Bourbon Street - Bourbon Street is the most famous promenade in the heart of the French Quarter. Known for its clubs, bars, jazz and music venues and Cajun food, Bourbon Street is a vibrant streetscape that gives a deep look into the soul of New Orleans.
Frenchmen Street - Frenchmen Street is home to the Crescent City’s most popular music venues, including The Maison and Snug Harbor. In addition to the many bars and restaurants, Frenchman has become a favorite locals’ destination with music and food more focused on authentic local fare.
Street Car - New Orleans is the first city west of the Allegheny Mountains to have a passenger rail service. The streetcars began service in New Orleans over 60 years before what we today know as trolleys. The historic New Orleans streetcars are offered at four different lines: Canal Street, St. Charles, the Riverfront and the new Loyola line. Each of these lines originates downtown and takes you to different areas around the Crescent City. New Orleans street car rides are $1.25 and paid when you board. For extended stays, consider the Jazzy Pass for 1,3, and 31 days of unlimited streetcar rides. For a list of places to purchase passes visit the Regional Transit Authority (RTA)'s website.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome - One of the most well known stadiums in the world, the Superdome is a recognizable landmark and home to the NFL's New Orleans Saints. It houses small and large events such as tradeshows, concerts, and sporting events including NFL games. To learn more about upcoming events at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, click here.
Smoothie King Center - Home of the New Orleans Pelicans, the Smoothie King Center is one of the top entertainment venues in the region. Adjacent to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and the Hyatt Regency, this facility serves as the site for a variety of events - concerts, sporting events, general sessions, and special events.
Champions Square - Champions Square has become one of the city’s most popular entertainment venues for corporate events, festivals, and concerts. During football season it is “the” place to party before a Saints game. To learn more about upcoming events at Champions Square, click here.