Experience a true reinvention in the land of rebirth. Hyatt Regency New Orleans.
Everything you expect. More than you imagined. An integral part of New Orleans’ downtown for more than 30 years, Hyatt Regency New Orleans has become one of the most visual representations of Hurricane Katrina's aftermath. For more than five years, citizens of New Orleans have eagerly awaited the re-opening of one of the city’s most recognized faces. Hyatt is proud to announce that the hotel will re-open its doors October 19, 2011 as the city’s premiere meeting and convention hotel, boasting 200,000 square feet of state-of-the-art event space, strikingly sophisticated guest rooms and amenities that rival the finest hotels in the city.
Boasting a new entrance along Loyola Avenue, soon to be home to the city’s newest streetcar line, the hotel positions itself to be the premier home base for all Superdome events, as well anyone visiting New Orleans’ vibrant museum and arts district, Champions Square and more.
Just a stroll to popular neighborhoods like the French Quarter, the revitalized Louisiana hotel will include 1,193 all-new guest rooms, including four presidential suites and five residential-style meeting planner suites, the city’s largest hotel meeting and exhibition space, a full service restaurant, 8 Block Kitchen & Bar, Chef John Besh's newest Borgne, a media and sport bar Vitascope Hall, Starbucks, Lagniappe Exchange - a 24-hour fresh market and more. Promising a new level of service and facilities, the hotel will be a one-stop shop for meeting planners and guests alike.
Proving that timing is everything, Hyatt Regency New Orleans will open its doors just as the city prepares to welcome sporting events such as the 2012 BCS National Championship, NCAA Final Four, SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament and the 2013 Super Bowl, in addition to annual events like the Sugar Bowl, Essence Music Festival, New Orleans Food and Wine Festival and Tulane and the New Orleans Saints football games.