Rounding out an already customer-friendly location, the hotel features a full gym, an outdoor swimming pool and the award-winning restaurant SoBou, short for "South of Bourbon," from the Commander's Family of Restaurants. New Orleans is just as famous for its Cajun cuisine as it is for its revelries, and SoBou does an excellent job at capturing the spirit of the city and its food in this Creole kitchen. Executive Chef Juan Carlos Gonzalez's colorful menu includes local street food reimagined to fit the W's prestigous reputation. Try a po’ boy sandwich, shrimp and tasso pinchos, crawfish salad, duck leg and foie gras boudin, or some Creole chili and finish up with pecan pie. Happy hour also features can't-miss bites like alligator corndogs, gumbo and 25-cent martinis.