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 industry of the Greater New Orleans area since 1924.

We at GNOHLA represent and advocate for the lodging community and its members, and are fully committed to furthering the growth and development of the New Orleans hospitalty family. Through coopereration and camaraderie, we provide a means to further collective professionalism, knowledge, and profitability.

Please explore our website for further information on the Association, and contat us with any questions or to inquire about membership!

For a full catalogue of our current members, please see our Listings page.

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Meetings & Events

GNOHLA Inaugural Fishing Rodeo!
      June 16, 2018
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News & Media

Advocate staff report - MAY 16, 2018 - 9:39 AM (0) Click here for the original article.  A well known New Orleans tourism agency is adopting a new label.  The New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau, which in part serves to drive tourism to the city, announced Wednesday it would rebrand under the name New Orleans & Company.  … Read More »
Advocate staff report - MAY 8, 2018 - 3:49 PM Almost 18 million visitors traveled to New Orleans in 2017 and spent roughly $8.7 billion, a report shows. Visitation was up 5.7 percent to 17.74 million, compared to a year earlier, while spending increased 6.0 percent, according to D.K. Shifflet & Associates’ research commissioned by the city’s lead… Read More »
Updated May 7, 11:32 AM; Posted May 7, 11:32 AM By Jennifer Larino, | The Times-Picayune Sun Country Airlines, a low-cost vacation airline based in Minneapolis-St. Paul, will add a new seasonal nonstop flight to New Orleans in September 2018. ("Sun Country Airlines" by Prayitno licensed via Flickr un… Read More »
By: CityBusiness staff reports May 2, 2018 0 Click here for the original article.  City officials, developers and investors broke ground Wednesday on a $460 million project to turn the former World Trade Center tower at the foot of Canal Street into a Four Seasons Hotel and Residences. The redevelopment by developer Carpenter & Co. is e… Read More »
Updated 2:34 PM; Posted 2:08 PM By Chelsea Brasted, | The Times-Picayune Follow the link here to see graphs and breakdowns of New Orleans' 2017 tourism record. New Orleans broke its own record again in 2017, hosting 10.989 million visitors who spent $7.51 billion, according to the University of New Orleans… Read More »