Amenities and New Orleans
Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel
Hilton New Orleans Riverside offers complementary wi-fi in guest and conference rooms. There is an on-site Business Center with printing, work stations, mailing services and notary services. Check-in is at 4:00pm and check-out is at 11:00am, with luggage services available at the front desk. Breakfast and coffee are available for purchase on-site through Le Croissant or River Blends Cafe.
Please note, there is currently no room service avaiable.
Taxis pick up passengers in a dedicated taxi loading zone on the Arrivals Curb outside of Level 1 Baggage Claim Door 7 at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.
The New Orleans Hilton Riverside offers a fully equipped Athletic Center, at 100,000 square feet it includes New Orleans’ only indoor tennis courts; racquetball, squash, volleyball and basketball courts; whirlpool spas; fitness classes; access to two outdoor pools (hotel guest access is complimentary); and on-site certified personal trainers.
$12/day for full HealthClub equipment use or a multi-day pass for $10/day. Hilton Honors Silver, Gold and Diamond guests enjoy complimentary access to the Athletic Center, saunas and whirlpools, basketball and fitness classes.
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The Hilton New Orleans Riverside is walking distance to some of New Orleans biggest attractions.
Aquarium of the Americas (3 blocks)
Arts & Warehouse District (3 blocks)
Canal Street shops (4 blocks)
French Quarter (4 blocks)
Jackson Square (6 blocks)
National WWII Museum (8 blocks)
World War II Museum
945 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Offering a compelling blend of sweeping narrative and poignant personal detail, The National WWII Museum features immersive exhibits, multimedia experiences, and an expansive collection of artifacts and first-person oral histories, taking visitors inside the story of the war that changed the world. Beyond the galleries, the Museum's online collections, virtual field trips, webinars, educational travel programs, and renowned International Conference on World War II offer patrons new ways to connect to history and honor the generation that sacrificed so much to secure our freedom.
Current Exhibits can be found here.
Tour New Orleans with Unique NOLA Tours. Their walking tours are nearby in the French Quarter and last about 2 hours. Use the discount code ASEEES21 to receive 20% off your booking.
It is impossible to think of New Orleans without thinking of voodoo. The voodoo museum shares the history of voodoo in New Orleans going back to the 1700s.
Drago's Seafood Restaurant: New Orleans Hilton Riverside is home to Drago's Seafood offering Drago's Original Charbroiled Oysters and Mama Ruth's Gumbo.
Café Du Monde Riverwalk: A New Orleans tradition since 1862, serving dark roasted coffee & Chicory and Beignets. Located in the Riverwalk shops, connected to the New Orleans Hilton Riverside hotel.
Napoleon House: This 200 year old landmark got it's name when in 1821 the New Orleans mayor offered the house to Napoleon as refuge during his exile. Their signature dish is the Muffuletta, a tribute to the Italian immigrants who first opened grocery and deli stores along the riverfront of the French Market in New Orleans.
Pat O'Brien's Bar: Known best for their signature drink, the Hurricance, and dueling pianos. Outdoor seating options are available.
Brennan's: Known for having the best breakfast in New Orleans, it is an equally choice stop for any meal.
The Food Court at Riverwalk: The New Orleans Riverwalk is connected to the New Orleans Riverside Hotel. In addition to great shopping, there are several food court options.
Green Goddess: New Orleans style dishes with vegetarian and vegan options, fresh juices and drinks. Outside dining open.
Photo by David Mora @davidmora
The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk: Reachable through the New Orleans Hilton Riverside (Riverside Building, 1st floor) the Riverwalk is a premier first-to-market outlet shopping center located in the heart of downtown New Orleans. Featuring over 75 retailers and restaurants on the bank of the majestic Mississippi River.
Magazine Street: Alongside a variety of shops, galleries, restaurants, bars, banks, markets, and more, you'll find beautiful architecture, bright colors, regal oak trees, whimsical art, friendly neighbors, and a wealth of New Orleans history. Stroll all 6 miles with friends, family, pets, out-of-town-guests... there's something for everyone on Magazine Street!