The Embassy Suites New Orleans - Convention Center Hotel is located a short 5 minute walk away from the New Orleans Convention Center, in the center of the city’s Arts and Warehouse District. The only all-suite downtown hotel offering full service in New Orleans, the Embassy Suites provides guests with their signature free, made-to-order hot breakfast and complimentary evening reception. Use of a free fitness center and outdoor pool is also included for all guests. Many of New Orleans’ most popular attractions are 2 miles or less away from the hotel, such as the Steamboat Natchez, the Oak Alley Plantation Tour, and the Court of Two Sisters restaurant.
Waking to the scents of a delicious hot breakfast is a great way to begin the day at Embassy Suites. From made-to-order omelets to hot-pressed Belgian waffles, mouthwatering breakfast meats and fresh fruit, there’s something for everyone. After breakfast and a quick glance of the complimentary morning paper, you can get energized with a visit to the fitness center or pool.
All rooms at the hotel include free high speed internet and are furnished with a mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker, iron and ironing board and 40 inch HDTV with available movies on demand, standard cable channels, and premium channels like HBO. In addition to the hotel’s onsite Julia Street Bar and Grill, the neighborhood is full of great restaurants such as Galliano (southern cuisine), Emeril’s (contemporary Louisiana cuisine), Tommy’s (Italian), and Briquette (seafood.) All of these establishments are less than 5 minutes walking distance from the hotel. The Riverwalk Outlet Collection is a great destination for shoppers and is only a 10 minute walk
Nearby aesthetic galleries such as Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, Tomas Bistro's Gallery, and the Arthur Roger Gallery offer an interesting look into NOLA's artistic side. One funky place, Flamingo A-Go-Go, serves up casual fare with an external patio and colorful decorations. Painting appreciation is on the agenda here, as it is located in the Warehouse & Arts District where visitors can check out Degas Gallery, George Schmidt, Mac Gryder, and more. Crescent City Farmers Market sells seasonal locally grown vegetables, fruits, and artisan foods.