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Conveniently situated in the heart of New Orleans' Central Business District, NOPSI Hotel is just a short walk away from the historic French Quarter. In addition, guests are just a stroll away from the trendy Warehouse District and the stately Garden District as well as attractions such as the Mercedes Benz Superdome, Smoothie King Center, Lafayette Square, Woldenberg Park, Armstrong Park and the award-winning National World War II Museum.

For a day with the family, hop on the streetcar and head Uptown to walk on the wild side at the Audubon Zoo or stay downtown to check out the Audubon Insectarium and the Aquarium of the Americas. Head out on an air boat for an up-close look at the scenic Louisiana marsh, and while you're at it, wet a line in our "Sportsman's Paradise" and hook a speckled trout, redfish or flounder.

When you return to NOPSI, test your luck at Harrah's Casino then take a stroll down Fulton Street for libations "to go." Wrap up the evening at Café Du Monde for a café au lait and powdered beignets, and enjoy the sights and sounds of the many street artists performing in Jackson Square.

At NOPSI Hotel, it is easy to explore all that New Orleans has to offer during your stay.

Who Dat Sundays

Tailgate without the hassle at underCURRENT. Our spacious lobby bar & outdoor patio is ideal for meeting friends before the game. Plus, it’s a quick 10 min walk from the Superdome. No cooking ahead or driving to the game. We’re ready for you 2 hours before kickoff. Show up, order and get your game face on. 


Open to the public.

Weekends are made for BRUNCH

Brunch isn’t just for Sundays. Or just for special occasions. Start your weekend right with quality comfort food and easy drinking cocktails. Whether it’s mules & madames or bloodys & boudins, Public Service is the place to brunch. Eat, drink, and enjoy your weekend — you’ve earned it.

Open to the public.

The Happiest Hours

NOPSI loves happy hour. That’s why each of our bars — Public Service, underCURRENT and Above the Grid — hosts happy hour 4:00 pm-6:00pm daily. Grab a friend (or two, three, four...) and join us for seasonal drink & appetizer specials. Whether you’re looking to mingle with the rooftop scene or get classy at our whiskey bar, we promise you the happiest of hours at NOPSI.  

 

Say goodbye to the week at Above the Grid

Rooftop bars are great. Rooftop bars with live music, city views, inventive cocktails and delicious food…we call that perfection. Above the Grid features all of those things and then some. Like DJ Otto. And a pool. And plenty of seating. Come check it out on Friday and Saturday nights to see for yourself. 

Open to the public.

Antique Shopping

Royal Street was named by the Travel Channel as the "World's Best Street for Antiquing" (4 blocks) and Magazine Street is a six-mile strip of shopping with fabulous antiques to be found (2 miles). Both locations offer excellent antique shopping.

The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk

The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk is an upscale outlet center in a downtown setting. It has more than 75 retailers and restaurants and offers guilt-free shopping because of the steep discounts.  Distance: 10 blocks away

Canal Place

Home to more than 30 upscale stores, The Shops at Canal place is one of New Orleans' most exclusive shopping destinations. Distance: 8 blocks away - Saks Fifth Avenue

Biking & Jogging

There are several places ideal for biking and jogging throughout the city. Audubon Park wraps around a golf course and makes for a gorgeous scenic walk or run. City Park has a 3/4 mile long trail called Zemurray Trail with large outdoor sculptures and a live oak tree with large wind chimes that fill the air with beautiful notes. Bayou St. John is a 1.7 mile-long jogging and biking path along City Park. The Lakefront is along Lake Pontchartrain which is the second largest saltwater lake in the country. This makes the perfect location to walk for someone looking for beautiful water views. The Riverfront is a path that runs along Woldenberg Park. The Levee Path, also known as The Mississippi River Trail, is a 22 mile long paved path atop the Mississippi River levee. St. Charles Avenue is actually a grassy median that runs along the road. Though not an official running path, this is a popular location for runners and joggers. 

Harrah's Casino

Harrah's Casino features table games,poker tables, and slot machines and offers card players an endless array of options to try their luck.

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

Adjacent to the French Quarter, Aquarium of the Americas immerses you in an underwater world.

Audubon Zoo

The zoo is located in historic Uptown New Orleans and it offers a large mix of animals from around the globe and lush gardens. 

French Quarter

The oldest neighborhood in New Orleans has a blend of spanish, french, creole, and american archictectural styles. This makes for interesting home tours that are held throughout the year. The French Quarter is also full of boutique shopping, fine dining and casual restaurants,  carriage rides, St. Louis Cathedral, Woldenberg Park, and several small museums and historic homes. 

Bourbon Street

Bourbon Street is located in the heart of New Orleans' oldest neighborhood. It's home to iconic bars and restaurants and has live jazz on nearly every corner. 

Jackson Square

This idyllic neighborhood filled with pristine gardens and southern charm is a place many celebrities call home. It has a small pocket of shopping and restaurants as well as guided cemetery tours where many a movie has been filmed. 

Garden District

This idyllic neighborhood filled with pristine gardens and southern charm is a place many celebrities call home. It has a small pocket of shopping and restaurants as well as guided cemetery tours where many a movie has been filmed. 

Warehouse District

Known as New Orleans' arts district where more than 25 galleries call the district home.

Magazine Street

One of New Orleans' premier shopping and entertainment districts with a diverse collection of shops and restaurants.

New Orleans Museum of Art

The New Orleans Museum of Art known as NOMA is the oldest fine arts institution. Opened with just 9 works of art in 1911, it now houses more than 40,000 pieces of art. 

St. Louis Cathedral

Positioned overlooking Jackson Square, The St. Louis Cathedral is one of New Orleans' most notable landmarks due to it's three steeples. Distance: 10 blocks.

National World War II Museum

The National World War II Museum is one of the top-rated tourist destinations in New Orleans and is also rated the #3 museum in the country by TripAdvisor. This museum features exhibits with a wide variety of artifacts and first-person oral histories to take visitors inside the story of the war.  Distance: 1 mile.  

Golf

TPC Louisiana offers a Championship Golf Course for the public to enjoy and play. Named "the #4 best upscale public golf course" by Golf Digest Magazine. TPC has hosted the Zurich Classic since 2005 and remains the only PGA Tour event in the region.


Fair Ground Racetrack

Home of the Louisiana Derby. Fair Grounds Race course offers guests to opportunity to watch horse races, play the slots, or play video poker. Distance: 3 miles

Hunting & Fishing

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Mercedes Benz Superdome

Located in the Central Business District, the Superdome is a recognizable landmark and home to the NFL's New Orleans Saints. It houses small and large events, tradeshows, concerts, and sporting events including NFL games.

Smoothie King Arena

Smoothie King Arena is a unique venue that hosts headlining concerts, NBA games, various sporting events, and private receptions.

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