Proudly serving the hotel & lodging industry of the Greater New Orleans area since 1924.


The Greater New Orleans Hotel & Lodging Association has represented the interests of the New Orleans hotel, lodging, and hospitality industry since 1924. Whether you manage a boutique hotel or a large convention property or your business is a service provider working within the New Orleans tourism industry, as a member of GNOHLA you are immediately recognized as operating with the highest standards of professionalism and duty of care.

Our Association is fully committed to furthering the growth and development of the New Orleans hospitality community. Through cooperation and camaraderie, we provide a means to further collective professionalism, knowledge, and profitability. Please explore our website for further information on the Association, and contact us with any questions or to inquire about membership.

For a full catalog of our current members, please see our Membership Directory. We thank you for your support and look forward to representing your business.



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Port of New Orleans Posts Record Cruise Traffic
Port of New Orleans Posts Record Cruise Traffic BY MAREX 2019-02-07 16:23:27 The Port of New Orleans, the sixth largest cruise port in the United States, set a new record for cruise traffic in 2018 with about 1.2 million passenger movements. According to the port, its numbers we… Read More »
Le Pavillon's Renovation
Le Pavillon's Renovation Tour We are excited to share that Le Pavillon Hotel, one of New Orleans iconic historic hotels operating for 100 years, has undergone an extensive renovation that is sure to wow you as you walk in the door. The high chandeliers on the ceiling to the carpets und… Read More »
Vintage with modern perks - Hotel Peter & Paul, New Orleans
Vintage with modern perks - Hotel Peter & Paul, New Orleans NORTH AMERICA / 28 JANUARY 2019, 5:30PM / ROB WALKER The Rectory, a communal space at Hotel Peter & Paul in New Orleans. A long-vacant church that dates back to the mid-19th century has be… Read More »