The Q & C Hotel Bar in New Orleans is within walking distance to the French Quarter. You will find Bourbon Street and shops, bars, cafes, and galleries close by. The hotel is pet friendly so you can bring your pet with you. The Q & C Bar sells beer, wine, and specialty cocktails made by their staff. They serve breakfast, pizza, and small plates to go with their beverages. They have a fitness center in the hotels with machines, treadmills, and a flat screen TV.
There is parking available for a nightly fee at the hotel. The staff at the hotel can help you get tickets to show and attractions and help you arrange tours for your group or family. They have room for meetings for cocktails parties or special gatherings. They serve breakfast daily for a fee and have wine tastings on Tuesday through Thursday. It is a non-smoking hotel, and they can help with a rental car when needed. It is an eco-friendly green hotel that uses sustainable practices.
Their rooms come with king- or queen-sized beds, special linens, and pillows for your comfort. All rooms have a walk-in rain shower in the bathroom, coffee maker, and min refrigerator for making beverages and late-night snacks. The provide a sofa, blackout curtains a 47-inch LCD TV, phone with voice mail, hairdryer, robes, and desk with chair.
Less than one mile you will find the Port of New Orleans and the port has regular cruises and inland river cruise of the New Orleans area. Less than one mile is the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center with entertainment and several restaurants to try.
Right down Picayune Place, visitors will find Nesbitt Corner Store which sells merchant property from souvenir gifting options and takeaway dinners. Q&C HotelBar also is close to restaurants such as Empire State Delicatessens, Tsunami Sushi, August, and Bon Ton Cafe. You can also visit vineyard vines, New Orleans Knots, Allen Edmonds, Mignon Faget, and more on Iberville. Those who want to get out and experience the local ecosystem can embark on the Louisiana Charter Fishing experiences to catch some of the finer species of fishes in the area.