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A Distinct Hotel for Visitors to The National World War II Museum

Stay at the Cambria New Orleans during your upcoming visit to The National World War II Museum! Walking distance from the museum and a 10-minute walk from the French Quarter, Cambria New Orleans is centrally located in the hip, bohemian Warehouse District. You’ll enjoy over 25 art galleries right outside your doorstep, as well as some of the city's best restaurants and cafes.

After a stimulating day at The World War II Museum in New Orleans, you’ll relax in spacious, boutique accommodations with every modern amenity. Our upscale but never uptight hotel is luxurious and laid back with an elegant, eclectic charm that perfectly reflects the spirit of the Big Easy.

Explore our boutique hotel rooms, check out our museum guide, and start planning your next trip to NOLA!

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Only Six Blocks from The National World War II Museum

Cambria New Orleans Downtown Warehouse District is only a ten-minute walk from the Museum. A ride with Uber or Lyft takes just three minutes and typically costs $6.00 to $10.00 each way.

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Distance from the World War II Museum: Six Blocks
Walk Time to Museum: 10 Minutes
Hotel Parking: $40.00 per Night (plus tax)
World War II Museum Parking: 1 to 3 hours, $8.00; 3 to 7 hours, $10.00
Rideshare Estimate: $6.00 to $10.00

World War II Museum Accommodations

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Experience the perfect blend of modern amenities, luxurious comfort, and contemporary NOLA style when you stay at the brand-new Cambria New Orleans Downtown Warehouse District hotel. Each of our guest rooms features a studio-loft atmosphere, uniquely designed to echo the surrounding Warehouse District neighborhood. After an inspiring day at The World War II Museum, you’ll enjoy spacious accommodations with the following amenities:

  • Modern, Boutique Accommodations
  • Luxe Pillow-Top Bedding
  • Spa-Like Bathrooms
  • Free, Fast, and Reliable 500Mbps WiFi
  • 55" Interactive Samsung TVs
  • 24-Hour Fitness Center Access
  • Roomio-Connectivity for Streaming from Personal Devices
  • Cuisinart Coffee Maker
  • Refrigerator
  • Hair Dryer
  • USB Charging Stations

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On-Site Bistro & Bar

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Our on-site Bistro & Bar isn't your run-of-the-mill hotel restaurant. With contemporary seasonal fare, classic and inventive New Orleans cocktails, and an upscale but never uptight atmosphere, it’s a place to gather, recharge, and discuss your day at the museum.

Stop in before your visit to the World War II Museum for fresh-brewed coffee and a regionally inspired breakfast sandwich (chicken biscuit, anyone?) or swing by at the end of the day for a perfectly crafted cocktail and small plate before a memorable night out.

Dining Near The Museum

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You can easily spend a whole day (or two) at the World War II Museum. To recharge, head out into the neighborhood. The go-to lunch spot, just three blocks from the museum, is Cochon Butcher, a restaurant that “melds a distinctive Cajun accent to the art of curing meat.” In other words: amazing sandwiches.

Also an excellent spot, and only two blocks from the museum, is Peche Seafood Grille. And if you feel the need to pay homage to an icon and James Beard award winner, get your classic Cajun fix at Emeril’s; it’s just four blocks from the World War II Museum in New Orleans.

Pro Tips for Visiting The World War II Museum

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Courtesy of The National WWII Museum

As the #1 Thing to Do in New Orleans and the #2 Ranked Museum in the world on TripAdvisor, The National World War II Museum has earned its reputation as an inspiring, exciting attraction. But it can also be a bit overwhelming on a first visit. Follow our tips to make the most of your experience at this internationally recognized museum:

  • See Beyond All Boundaries. Narrated by Tom Hanks, and featuring the voices of other A-list actors like Brad Pitt, this interactive 4-D film is a must-see. Buy tickets before you go as they can sell out.
  • Buy Tickets Online. The ticket line can often have a 30-minute wait. If you buy ahead of time, you can pick up your tickets at will-call and skip the line.
  • Use Your In-Out Privileges. You can easily spend a whole day here, so avoid sensory overload by grabbing lunch or coffee in the neighborhood. Your tickets get you back in afterward.
  • Consider Two-Day Tickets. For an extra $6.00, you can come back the next day. For a museum with this much to offer, people often feel one day is not enough.
  • Ride the Train. Located in the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion, a re-created 1940s train station is the perfect introduction to the Museum experience. The train invites guests to follow in the footsteps of new recruits on their way to war. If there’s a line, it’s worth the wait!
  • Comfy Shoes and Light Jackets. You’ll be walking a lot, and even though it might be steaming outside, the museum can get chilly.
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Cambria New Orleans Downtown Warehouse District
632 Tchoupitoulas Street,
New Orleans, LA 70130

(504) 524-7770

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