The Hyatt French Quarter is located in the French Quarter adjacent to Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Jackson Square and Café du Monde are located one-half mile from this property.
The Hyatt French Quarter retains its pre-Civil War origins with alabaster pillars salvaged from the department store's original soda fountain, marble floors, the courtyard's cypress exposed beams and the famous clock, which still hangs from its perch on Canal Street. The hotel is home to one of the city's most popular restaurants, Ralph Brennan's Red Fish Grill, which serves signature dishes such as coconut-crusted shrimp. The Powdered Sugar restaurant serves all meals, and the sophisticated ambience of the Batch bar has attracted patrons since its D.H. Holmes Department Store days. This property offers 10,660 square feet of meeting space across 10 large conference rooms, as well as a 24-hour business center. Recreational amenities include a courtyard-enclosed outdoor pool that is surrounded by terra cotta-colored stones and jar fountains.
This smoke-free hotel offers 254 guestrooms with 12-foot ceilings, oversized windows and an eclectic mix of antique-style furniture. Select accommodations feature columns and beams from the hotel's former days as a department store. Some rooms include balconies that overlook the French Quarter, tropical gardens or Bourbon Street. Beds are draped with 300-thread count sheets and colorful throws. All rooms offer wireless Internet access for a fee, an iPod docking station, and 32-inch HDTV. In-room safes are complimentary.