Four Points by Sheraton is on the corner of the infamous Bourbon St. and Toulouse St. The hotel offers an outdoor pool, fitness room, parking, business center, balconies facing Bourbon St or the serene Courtyard. Guests can enjoy a Southern-style breakfast buffet at the Café de l'Opera. A full drink menu at Puccini Bar. Historic New Orleans Collection Museum.0.1 miles, Historic Voodoo Museum .03 miles, Jackson Square 0.3 miles, St. Louis Cathedral 0.3 miles, Museum of Death 0.3 miles, St Louis Cemetery No. One 0.4 miles, Bloody Mary Tours and Museum 0.4 miles, French Market .06 miles, Trolley .06 miles, Old Ursuline Convent 0.5 miles, LaLaurie Mansion 0.5 miles, Harrah's casino .07 miles, New Orleans Jazz Museum .08 miles.
The building used to be the Old French Opera House and maintains its unique architecture that fits with the rest of the city's historic architecture. The lobby represents the hotel with its warm woods and archways, with the staff ready to get you checked in and fulfill your needs. You can walk across the Courtyard to another entrance, see the enclosed area private, the heated pool sparkling, the archway for weddings, and the black iron balconies of the room circle the Courtyard's interior.
The room is bright and clean, the beds thick and comfy, a flat-screen TV, a modern bathroom with complimentary toiletries on the counter, a closet with a safe, iron, ironing board, clothes rack, and a desk. The hotel is close to plentiful restaurants listing a few, Court of Two Sisters 0.1 miles, Antoine's Restaraunt 0.2 miles, Hard Rock Cafe 0.3 miles, Acme Oyster House 0.4 miles, House of Blues 0.4 miles, Cafe Du Monde 0.4 miles
Become a patron at Voodoo Authentica, the Presbytere, the Museum of Death, the Hermann Grima House, and the glorious St Louis Cathedral. Walgreens is just a brief jaunt down Toulouse Street and Decatur and offers everything from effortless snacks like cereals and Little Debbie snack cakes to pharmaceuticals. Nearby pub, Erin Rose, is known for their happy hour drink specialties as well as its jukebox vibes and homage to Ireland. The French 75 is a fantastic choice as it is housed in a tin grande dame historic land mark from 1918.