Sheraton Hotel New Orleans

Key Highlights

Venue Type Hotel
Brand Sheraton
Rating Rating Information 4 Stars
Distance From Airport 13 Miles
Year Built/Year Renovated 1983/2012
Number of Sleeping Rooms 1,110
Number of Meeting Rooms 54
Meeting Room Space > 100,000 Sq. Ft.

Local Attractions


The National WWII Museum | 1 Miles
945 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

Visit WebsiteThe National WWII Museum tells the story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world–why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today–so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired. 

The Shops at Canal Place | 2 Blocks
333 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

Visit WebsiteLocated at the foot of Canal Street, The Shops at Canal Place offers 3 floors of shopping, dining, and a movie theater - The Theatres at Canal Place. 

Old Us Mint | 1 Miles
400 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70116

Visit WebsiteThe only building in America to have served both as a U.S. and Confederate Mint was built in 1835 during the presidency of Andrew Jackson who had advocated for its establishment in order to help finance development of the nation's western frontier. Renowned architect William Strickland designed the building using the then-popular Greek Revival style. Minting commenced in 1838. In 1861, when Louisiana seceded from the union, state authorities seized the property and transferred it to the Confederate Army. For a short time it was used to mint Confederate currency and to house Confederate troops. This ended when New Orleans was occupied by federal forces. Following the Civil War, during the period of Reconstruction, minting of U.S. coins resumed. Minting operations ceased in 1909 and, for the next 57 years, the Mint served a variety of official purposes. In 1966 the landmark was transferred to the state and in 1981 opened to the public as a State Museum site. 

New Orleans Museum Of Art | 3 Miles
One Collins Diboll Circle, New Orleans, LA 70124

Visit WebsiteThe New Orleans Museum of Art is located in City Park, convenient to the City Park/Metairie Road exit of 1-10. The Museum may be reached by street car from the Carrollton line extending from the Canal Street line, or by public bus via the Carrollton Avenue or Esplanade Avenue lines of the RTA. 

Audubon Zoo | 5 Miles
6500 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

Visit WebsiteOne of the country’s top-ranked zoos, Audubon Zoo offers an exotic mix of animals from around the globe, engaging natural habitats, lush gardens and resting spots, the mystical Louisiana swamp and ‘hands-on’ animal encounters. With innovative natural habitat exhibits and an animal collection ranging from the unique white alligators to the extraordinary white tigers, Audubon Zoo has become one of the Gulf South’s favorite family gathering spots. In addition to the amazing animals, exhibits, live animal presentations and hands-on animal encounters you can ride the Endangered Species Carousel, Simulator and Swamp Train. You can also shop in our fabulous Audubon Marketplace gift shop! 

Audubon Insectarium | 3 Miles
P.O. Box 4327, New Orleans, LA 70178

Visit WebsiteAudubon Insectarium showcases the largest group of animals on the planet, insects! Since prehistoric times, insects have played invaluable roles: pollinating crops, decomposing waste and adding intrigue, color, texture and majesty to our world. Your visit to the one-of-a-kind, interactive Audubon Insectarium will illuminate amazing things about these tiny (and not so tiny!) creatures; you’ll never think about them the same way again. 

Aquarium of the Americas | 10 Blocks
1 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

Visit WebsiteWalk beneath the vivid Caribbean Reef, marvel at the lush beauty of the Amazon Rainforest and journey the Mississippi River at Audubon Aquarium of the Americas where penguins, sting rays, sharks and other deep sea creatures await your visit. Visit new animals and old favorites, too—including our beloved sea otters Buck and Emma! 

Entergy IMAX® Theatre | 3 Miles
P.O. Box 4327, New Orleans, LA 70178

Visit WebsiteBuy Tickets for Audubon IMAX features one of three ways. Purchase tickets in the IMAX lobby at the counter or at the IMAX ticket machine Buy tickets online - A $1 convenience fee per ticket applies to all online orders. The IMAX lobby will be open at 9:30 sell tickets and to seat the 10 a.m. show. The last movie at 5:00 p.m. ends at 5:45 p.m. Audubon Members receive a $2-per-ticket discount at the theater. 

French Quarter | 3 Blocks
Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA

Visit WebsiteThe French Quarter is New Orleans most popular neighborhood. One of the best preserved historical neighborhoods in America, the French Quarter has such a strong and lasting Spanish and French influence that you may really feel like you're visiting a foreign country. 

Louisiana Superdome | 1 Miles
Sugar Bowl Drive, New Orleans, LA 70112

Visit WebsiteWith a wide variety of options, the Superdome’s adaptability is astounding. Whether you’re planning to host 100 guests or 70,000, the Dome can comfortably accommodate to your exact specifications. 

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