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.
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By Katherine Sayre, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
Construction of a 14-story Virgin Hotel on a parking lot in the Central Business District was approved by the City Council last week with hopes that Virgin founder Richard Branson will bring his airline to New Orleans next.
The City Council, over the objection of the City Planning Commission, agreed to allow the… Read More »
Today, the NOPD and the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation (NOPJF) announced a new initiative that aims to increase the number of private security cameras in crime hot spots across the city. Adopt-A-Block works with churches, businesses and homeowners to identify neighborhoods with limited or no access to security cameras and install security cameras for free o… Read More »
Spirit Airlines will begin nonstop, daily flights from Louis Armstrong International Airport to Las Vegas beginning in November, the company said today.
The new service begins Nov. 13. It brings the total number of Spirit nonstop flights to six destinations from New Orleans, including Chicago, Ft. Lauderdale/Miami, Houston, Dallas and Detroit.
“We are exci… Read More »
By: The Associated Press August 11, 2015
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, the city’s tourism has not only rebounded. It’s practically been reinvented.
New Orleans had just 3.7 million visitors in 2006, the first full year after Katrina. Last year, there were 9.5 million visitors. The city has 600 more restaurants than 10 years… Read More »
By Richard Rainey, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
The bottleneck that has gripped one of Canal Street's busiest intersections for the past month while crews install a new streetcar track is over, the Regional Transit Authority has announced.
Traffic reopened in time for morning rush hour Wednesday (Aug. 11) between Liberty and Burgundy streets, accordin… Read More »