Lose Yourself in New Orleans this Fall

Autumn in New Orleans is like nowhere else. The people, the flavors, and the lifestyle all come together to make it a magical time of year. And when you're getting away to New Orleans this fall, getting lost in the culture and experiencing it with all 5 senses is the best way to do it. So when you visit, here is our shortlist for getting the full experience of our fall.

See local New Orleans creativity in full bloom

Take in works of art that bring New Orleans to life in a unique way, with pieces by renowned New Orleans painter and sculptor James Michalopoulos on display throughout Loews New Orleans Hotel.

Taste the cultural diversity of the city at our new restaurant, Poydras & Peters

Come in and try the new American brasserie with Italian and Vietnamese influences at Loews New Orleans. Poydras & Peters pays homage to the melting pot cultures and flavors of The Poydras Market, a local institution from 1832–1938.

Hear live jazz in the French Quarter

Tap into the rhythm of New Orleans when you head to the French Quarter for live jazz at local favorites like Preservation Hall and Fritzel's European Jazz Pub. If you’re lucky, look for a congregation of musicians forming... you may just get to hear an impromptu Second Line. 

Smell the distinct scent of Old New Orleans Rum

Breathe in the sweet smell of molasses and learn how rum is made as you tour the Old New Orleans Rum factory, one of the oldest distilleries in the country. Old New Orleans Rum is made from local LaFourche sugar in Thibodaux, and is available at Loews New Orleans as one of our Flavor by Loews Hotels partners.

Feel a sense of history at the city’s Tricentennial Celebration

New Orleans celebrates 300 years of rich history, diversity, cultural traditions and resilience in 2018. The series of events and programs across the city includes the New Orleans Museum of Art’s presentation of The Orléans Collection, an exhibition of work from the magnificent collection of the city’s namesake, Philippe II, Duke of Orléans.