OUR FRENCH QUARTER
Stay near woldenberg park & the audubon Aquarium
At 111 Iberville Street, by Woldenberg Park's annual festivals and the Audubon Aquarium, our French Quarter hotel is the perfect home base for your New Orleans adventure. Endless shopping, the best dining and nightlife, and access to the city’s best attractions are all within walking distance. A hop on New Orleans’ historic streetcar will let you explore the unique neighborhoods, such as the Garden District, Uptown and Warehouse/Arts District. Use the map below to find some of the best things to do in the Crescent City.
Located on the Mississippi River just steps from One11 Hotel, the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is consistently ranked as a top aquarium in the country, being voted as one of the top five in the country and one of the top things to do in New Orleans.
With more than 3,600 animals from more than 250 species, the Aquarium transports visitors to an underwater world from the Caribbean, to the Amazon Rainforest, to the waters that give New Orleans its lifeblood: the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico.
While there are great places around the city to listen to live music and enjoy cocktails, no visit to New Orleans would be complete without experiencing Bourbon Street at night. Your senses will be stimulated with the bright neon lights, revelry on balconies, and mesmerizing music spilling outdoors from the bars and jazz clubs. Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, Old Absinthe House and Chris Owens Club are just a few of the renowned hangouts that you will find.
Located between the French Quarter and the Marigny, Frenchmen Street is jam packed full of live music clubs and restaurants. You might even find a brass band on the street, so it always feels like one big party.
The Shops at Canal Place have a wide variety of name brand clothing and luxury retailers for men and women, such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany, Banana Republic and more.
Located just half a block from Bourbon Street, Patrick’s Bar Vin is a perfect retreat from the bustle of Bourbon St. Let Patrick himself recommend a wine by the glass to enjoy the private courtyard.
21st Amendment is known as much for its live music nightly and great cocktails as it is for its history as a former restaurant operated by notorious New Orleans mobsters “Diamond” Jim Moran and Carlos Marcello. This cozy bar just steps from Bourbon Street but feels like a world away.
Charming boutiques, antiques stores, gift shops and art galleries are on display on this pedestrian friendly street in the French Quarter.
The French Market has been operating since 1791 and features over 200 vendors as well as eateries, fresh produce, baked goods, garden décor, and café style seating
Once home to the Jax Beer brewery from the late nineteenth century to 1970s, Jax Brewery now houses New Orleans shops as well as nationally known retailers as well as a small museum dedicated to the former brewery.
75 retail and outlet shops on the riverfront, such as Nordstrom Rack, Gap Outlet, Coach Outlet.
Dine in the luxury of our hotel. Batture Bistro + Bar offers a New Orleans inspired breakfast and lunch menu with an all-day small bites menu. Our bar is the perfect place to sip on classic New Orleans cocktails after a full day exploring the city.
A classic Creole restaurant since 1918, Arnaud’s is known for its Jazz brunch, soufflé potatoes, Café Brulot and the French 75 cocktail from its eponymous bar.
Established in 1840, Antoine’s is the nation’s oldest restaurant and is still owned and operated by fifth generation relatives of the original founder, Antoine Alciatore. The world-renowned French-Creole restaurant is the birthplace of Oysters Rockefeller, Eggs Sardou and Pommes de Terre Soufflées.
Brennan’s was established in 1946 and offers Creole traditions with contemporary New Orleans influences. Brennan’s is a popular breakfast destination and its Bananas Foster is prepared tableside.
A French Creole restaurant since 1905, Galatoire’s culinary customs have been preserved with little change throughout the decades. Their popular Friday lunches are where the city’s movers and shakers gather to kick off the weekend.
New Orleans has museums and tours for all interests that are great activities for your daytime itinerary. The National WWII Museum is a world-renowned destination for many visitors. You can find tours about the city’s haunted history, architecture or even cocktails. Mardi Gras World gives you behind-the-scenes access to Mardi Gras. Art enthusiasts will enjoy the New Orleans Museum of Art, Contemporary Arts Center or Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
Located on the threshold of one of America’s most exciting cities, the Smoothie King Center is the largest state-of-the-art venue of its size in the region.
This spacious circa-1918 theater showcases films & concerts in an ornate interior.
Concerts, comedy shows, plays & more in a restored 1940s movie theater with art deco accents.