September is here and so are (slightly) cooler temperatures—making it the perfect time of year to head out doors. Perfectly located in the heart of the French Quarter, Hotel St. Marie is just steps from everything “New Orleans.”
Explore the French Quarter: Grab a coffee (and beignet, of course) to-go because there’s no better way to wake up than a stroll through Jackson Square. Then head down the Outlet Collection at the Riverwalk for some R&R in the form of retail therapy, where you’ll work up an amazing appetite. There are plenty of places to choose from, but of course we have our recommendations: If you’re looking to get dressed up start your night on the town with Antoine’s. There’s drinks are superb and save room for their delicious deserts! If you’re looking for a more casual dining experience with the complete French Quarter feel head to the Gumbo Shop, where you guessed it…they have some of the best gumbo you’ll ever taste!
With fall comes the South’s second religion—football. And what better way to spend your Sunday than with the Saints. Whether you’re in the Superdome screaming for the Saints or hanging out at your favorite French Quarter hangout, there’s an unparalleled feeling of solidarity watching the game with locals.
So, book a room and let the good times roll.
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