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
by Megan Hill; Global Traveler
Ace Hotels, the super-hip chain with locations in Portland, Ore., and New York, is headed to New Orleans. The brand will open its new location inside a 1920s Art Deco building on Carondelet Street, where formerly the Max Bennett Furniture Company lived.
The boutique hotel will have 234 rooms along with a restaurant, bar and rooftop… Read More »
With changes happening within the online-travel-agency space, such as consolidation, it's more important than ever for independent hoteliers to have a sound distribution strategy that focuses on direct bookings.
One way to boost direct business is by providing an incentive to returning guests. For example, at the Castle Hotel & Spa in Tarrytown, New York, r… Read More »
By: CityBusiness staff reports
Project description: An eight-month-long renovation of Chateau LeMoyne-French Quarter, a Holiday Inn hotel at the corner of Dauphine and Bienville Streets.
Address: 301 Dauphine St.
Architect: Richard Choate, SCNZ
Contractor: Concept Contractors, Inc.
Space: 101,811 square feet
Re… Read More »
Editor’s note: This is one of a series of stories featured in CityBusiness’ upcoming Top Construction Projects guide.
By: Robin Shannon, Managing Editor
Occupying an entire city block along Canal Street, the historic Jung Hotel has languished in vacancy after suffering serious damage from the floods that followed Hurricane Katrina, but a r… Read More »
By The Associated Press via nola.com
Amtrak and the Southern Rail Commission are conducting a tour along the Gulf Coast to consider the feasibility of bringing passenger rail back to the Gulf Coast, more than a decade after Hurricane Katrina damaged the tracks.
The Southern Rail Commission announced recently that the so-called "Inspection Tra… Read More »