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Loews New Orleans Hotel
300 Poydras Street
New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130
Phone: (504) 595-3300
Reservations: (866) 211-6411
Fax: (504) 595-3310
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The Shops at Canal Place
Experience the city's most exclusive shopping destination just 3 short blocks from the hotel. Located on the edge of the historic French Quarter in the heart of New Orleans, Canal Place is where you'll find the best designer boutiques. Mon-Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 12-6pm. More info

French Market
One visit to this open-air market will not be enough. From dawn to dusk, merchants of every kind tempt you with souvenirs, hand-made jewelry, original works of art, fresh produce and seafood, a thousand different hot sauces…what more could a shopper ask for? More info

French Quarter Shops
Looking for that special Father’s Day gift for Dad or a unique gift for Mom on her special day? Maybe you’re looking for an engagement ring for your loved one, a stylish Parisian chapeau, a Blue Dog painting, a hundred-year-old crystal chandelier or a hand-carved African drum. All this and much more can be found in the many craft and specialty shops in the French Quarter.  You will be amazed at the wide selection of artwork, antiques, clothing, gift items, handicrafts and other unique offerings French Quarter merchants carry in their inventories. More Info

Magazine Street
For shopping, dining or just casual strolling, no place in New Orleans outside the French Quarter beats Magazine Street. A six-mile-long stretch of this Garden District and Uptown thoroughfare features some of the best antique stores, art galleries, craft shops and classy boutiques to be found anywhere in the city. Most stores Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. More info

The Arts District (Warehouse District)
The transformation from an urban wasteland to what many have called “the SoHo of the South” began in 1976 with the opening of the Contemporary Arts Center. The 10,000-square-foot complex is still entertaining and enlightening visitors today with cutting edge-artwork and an eclectic array of music, theatre, and dance performances.  Through this opening the art community saw massive potential in the neighborhood. The open spaces of the warehouses were perfect for creating, storing, and displaying artwork. Today more than 25 galleries call the district home. Museums also put the roomy warehouses to good use including The National World War II Museum. Other developments include a number of restaurants and cafes serving everything from stylish gourmet dishes to traditional Cajun favorites. The original Emeril's was one of the first to call the district home over a decade ago. More info

Royal Street Antiques
Stroll through endless blocks of high-end New Orleans antique shops. Whether you are looking for an important piece for your home, that perfect work of art, an oriental rug in just the right colors or just browsing, you will enjoy spending an afternoon on this classy street.  Mon- Sat 10am-5pm. More info

Located at the foot of Poydras Street, this festival marketplace features specialty New Orleans shops, restaurants and the Southern Museum of Food and Beverage. Mon-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 12-6pm. More info

Lakeside Shopping Center
All the names you love at this New Orleans shopping center. Anchored by Macy’s & Dillards, located about 6 miles from the hotel. Mon- Sat 10a-9pm, Sun 12-6pm. More info