Successfully serving the lodging industry of the Greater New Orleans area since 1924.
The Greater New Orleans Hotel & Lodging Association has been the professional trade association of the lodging professionals of the Greater New Orleans area since 1924.
It represents the lodging industry and its members and provides a means to further professionalism, knowledge and profitability. It also provides an opportunity for cooperation and camaraderie within the industry as well as a public awareness effort outside of the industry.
News & Media
SHELTON, CT—New Castle Hotels & Resorts has closed the Baronne Inn and Suites in downtown New Orleans ahead of a $10-million, eight-month total transformation to convert the historic building to a Fairfield Inn and Suites. The hotel expects to reopen in spring 2016.
Located at 346 Baronne St., in the central business district and one block off Bourbon St.… Read More »
By: CityBusiness staff reports
The Greater New Orleans Hotel & Lodging Association Hospitality Education Foundation is donating $25,000 to the University of New Orleans’ Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Foundation to support students pursuing the hospitality career path.
The association plans to announce the donation at Lakewood Golf Club on Tuesday … Read More »
By Robert McClendon, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
The question was blunt: Why does Airbnb continue to list New Orleans short-term rentals on its website if the company knows the practice is illegal in the city?
All eyes in the small auditorium turned toward the company's representative, who was sitting behind a makeshift dais.She smiled. There was a&nb… Read More »
By Katherine Sayre, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
Allegiant Air will add nonstop service between New Orleans and Pittsburgh in February, a move that will bring Louis Armstrong International Airport's list of direct destinations to 50 cities, the airport said Friday (Nov. 20)
The Las Vegas-based low-cost airliner is scheduled to begin twic… Read More »
Plans for two new hotel developments in the Central Business District are up for review by an architectural review committee for the Historic District Landmarks Commission.
The committee on Tuesday will discuss a plan to build a new five-story Moxy Hotel at 744 St. Charles Ave. The project, which has encountered some opposition from neighborhood groups, would incor… Read More »