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 Jennifer Larino, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
New Orleans hosted a record 10.45 million visitors in 2016, finally breaking past the pre-Katrina peak that hovered over the city and its tourism industry for more than a decade. Travelers shelled out a record $7.41 billion to stay in and explore the city last year.
New Orleans Convention and Visitors … Read More »
Kenner's vote on rules that would govern Uber, Lyft could proceed Thursday
BY RAMON ANTONIO VARGAS | The Advocate.com
In a bid to persuade his colleagues to hold off on doubling the fees that some transportation companies must pay to pick up fares at Louis Armstrong International Airport, Kenner City Councilman Dominick Impastato is proposing to create a gro… Read More »
By Katherine Sayre, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
A proposal in Kenner to charge new fees on Uber and Lyft rides, shuttle buses and limos at Louis Armstrong International Airport has transportation companies warning the costs could put them out of business and New Orleans city leaders concerned about hampering the airport's ec… Read More »
By: CityBusiness staff reports
Louisiana is expecting to draw more international visitors with a new direct flight from New Orleans to Germany that starts May 3, and state officials are in Berlin this week to promote it.
The Louisiana Office of Tourism is at ITB 2017, one of the largest travel trade shows in the world. The department is sharing exhibit space wit… Read More »
By: Garry Boulard, Contributing Writer - CityBusiness
Project description: Redevelopment of the 33-story former World Trade Center into a 350-room Four Seasons hotel and 76 hotel-serviced condos
Project cost: $360 million
Start date: To be determined
Owner/developer: City of New Orleans
Construction teams: Carpenter and Co., Woo… Read More »