Hyatt Centric French Quarter New Orleans | United States

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No trip to New Orleans would be complete without a visit to Bourbon Street and an opportunity to experience its lively party atmosphere. Hyatt Centric French Quarter is situated nearby and within easy reach of many of this friendly city’s top attractions. There are some great dining options on site as well as the luxury of having a secluded outdoor pool.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 254 rooms



The contemporary rooms and suites at the hotel offer guests a modern, relaxing retreat from the lively city atmosphere. Finished with a bright colour palette and featuring a range of high end amenities including complimentary WiFi and cozy, hooded bathrobes.

Choose a suite and enjoy the flexibility of a separate sitting area and the comfort of an oversized sofa.



There’s a fantastic range of places to eat and drink at Hyatt Centric. The Redfish Grill is located on Bourbon Street, just off the hotel lobby and serves a superb selection of New Orleans favourites like Seafood Gumbo and Pasta Jambalaya.

Grab and go with Powdered Sugar’s range of salads and paninis, chill out by the pool with a light snack and a cocktail and don’t forget to try Batch Bar and its signature cocktail, the Bacon-Bourbon Manhattan.

Guests can also access the famed Hard Rock Café with its live music and art exhibitions directly from the lobby.



The hotel has a 24-hour fitness centre with all the equipment required for the most arduous fitness regimes. And there’s the hotel’s pool - ideal for a few laps before breakfast.



Guests can recharge and revitalize with a menu of in-room spa services.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport


Approximately 25 minutes from New Orleans International Airport


Summers are generally hot and humid, although it’s cooler in the mountains. Between April and October the warm weather brings the cities to life, although with relatively mild winters there’s never a bad time to visit.



New Orleans (Louisiana)