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
Greater New Orleans Hotel & Lodging Association Steps Up to the Plate
to Feed those in Need in New Orleans
Local hotel and lodging industry partnerships will save agencies thousands in food expenses
New Orleans, LA (May 10, 2016) – Today, the Greater New Orleans Hotel & Lodging Association (GNOHLA) launched Feed the Need NOLA which will p… Read More »
By Katherine Sayre, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
The Louisiana House unanimously approved legislation Tuesday (April 26) granting the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center new taxing authority to expand upriver with a 1,200-room hotel and entertainment district.
The bill state Rep. Walt Leger sponsored would open the way for the Convention Center to use tax i… Read More »
By Robert McClendon, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
New Orleans state Rep. Helena Moreno offered to water down her bill requiring short-term rentals to register with the state fire marshal, but it wasn't enough to save the measure.
The House Commerce Committee discussed the issue for more than an hour before voting overwhelmingly to… Read More »
By: Lance Traweek, CityBusiness
More travelers passed through Louis Armstrong International Airport in March than the same month last year.
Enplanements were up 5.2 percent from about 477,000 to 489,000 passengers. Deplanements climbed from 475,000 to 496,000 passengers. That’s a 6.1 percent increase, according to numbers released Friday.
February was a… Read More »
By: Robin Shannon, Managing Editor, CityBusiness
The developers behind a planned a $360 million renovation of the former World Trade Center into a Four Seasons hotel gained key victories Wednesday in the Legislature and in a state appeals court.
A bill that could assist Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s administration in fighting off a lawsuit threatening the project… Read More »