Featuring balconies, 12-foot ceilings, two restaurants and a Bourbon Street location, Hyatt French Quarter is a royal treat for our guests headed to the area. Built in 1849 as the home of the D.H. Holmes Department Store, the four-story Hyatt features 254 spacious rooms with 12-foot ceilings, flat-panel TVs with premium channels and designer toiletries. Many accommodations have private balconies with views of the garden courtyard or the city. Guests can relax in the bar or in the interior lounge and can dine in either of two restaurants, one open for three meals a day and the other offering Ralph Brennan's succulent seafood dishes for lunch and dinner. The hotel also houses a 24-hour fitness center and business facilities. Valet parking is available for an additional fee. Located right in the mix of the French Quarter on lively Bourbon Street, Hyatt French Quarter is within one block of some of the city's famous culinary haunts and surrounded by live jazz and eclectic entertainment. Guests can take a tour through time at Musée Conti Wax Museum, two blocks away on Conti Street, or head up to Tulane University Hospital and Clinic via either a stroll on the Canal Streetcar or a five-minute cab ride. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is a 12-mile drive west. our guests revel in the "wonderful" location in the French Quarter, enjoying "spacious" rooms, "friendly staff" and on-site dining at the Hyatt French Quarter.
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