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Discover New Orleans

You’re never far from where you need to be when you book a room at The Eliza Jane. Just two blocks from the French Quarter and in the heart of the booming Arts District, guests will find themselves surrounded by New Orleans history, culture, and attractions.

Legendary Beignet Spot

Café du Monde

Best known for its powdered sugar beignets and chicory coffee, this New Orleans icon is open 24 hours a day.

Fine Dining, Creole-style

Commander’s Palace

A New Orleans landmark dating back more than 120 years, this James Beard Foundation-awarded restaurant dishes up haute Creole cuisine.

Outdoor Dining on Royal Street

Café Amelie

The former home of Alice Heine, who became the Princess of Monaco in 1889. The café is famous for its lush courtyards and inventive cocktails.

New Orleans Seafood


Dishes at Pêche are a masterful fusion of South American, Spanish and Gulf Coast cuisine. Signature seafood dishes are the way to go.

An Encyclopedic Collection

New Orleans Museum of Art

This grandiose marble building is the city’s oldest fine arts institution, and houses nearly 40,000 artworks spanning 4,000 years of human history.

History on View

The National WWII Museum

Discover incredible stories from the “war that changed the world” at the country’s only official World War II museum

Legendary New Orleans Resting Place

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

The city’s oldest cemetery is the final resting place of many prominent figures, including voodoo priestess Marie Laveau and Homer Plessy. To visit, be sure to book a guided tour.

Historic Heart of New Orleans

Jackson Square

Designed after the Place des Vosges in Paris, Jackson Square has been the central meeting point for New Orleans residents since 1721.