New Orleans & Company

Convention Center92,903 sq. m
Guest Rooms37,100
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel1,400 Guest Rooms
Special Event Venues110
Average Room Rate$150.00
Daily Food Cost$75.00
Occupancy Rate
Tax Rate9%

New Orleans & Company


Why Choose Our Destination?

New Orleans & Company is a nationally accredited, 1,100-member destination marketing organization and the largest and most successful private economic development corporation in Louisiana. New Orleans & Company and its members influence thousands of decision-makers and millions of visitors to choose New Orleans through direct sales, marketing, public relations, branding and visitor services at our New Orleans headquarters and offices in Washington, D.C., Chicago and five foreign countries. Consistently recognized as one of the top five DMOs in the country, New Orleans & Company celebrated its 58th anniversary in 2018.


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Getting Here

If you’re staying in the French Quarter, Downtown or in the Arts/Warehouse District, you may never need to hire transportation of any kind - you may be able to walk to all of your destinations. Still, New Orleans’ streetcar system is a charming way to explore the city, and you can easily rent bikes, hop a bus, take a ferry, or call a pedicab, a taxi or a limo service whenever you need to. Plus, you'll be able to access all the diverse neighborhoods New Orleans has to offer.

Distance from Airport

  • Louis Armstrong International Airport

    17.7 km from City Center


Local Attractions


Historical Landmark
Take a tour of some of the state's massive historical plantations to see breathtaking architecture and learn about the Southern past.

Degas House Museum, Studio, Courtyard and Historic Inn

Degas created 18 paintings and five letters here, circa 1872. Celebrate your classic New Orleans wedding/event in this landmark venue. Romantic French courtyard. Plantation house setting. Bed and breakfast. Bridal suite. Wedding reception, corporate function. Museum. Guided Tours. Bus parking.
2306 Esplanade Ave.
New Orleans, LA, US 70119


Booming with personality, it’s only natural that New Orleans would have theaters whose architecture is a show itself. Stop by one of these gorgeous venues to see any variety of shows from musical to stand-up.
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Canal Street Ferry

Take the Canal Street Ferry from the foot of Canal Street across the Mississippi to Algiers Point where you can walk the neighborhood after taking in a nice view of the river.
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New Orleans Architecture

Take a tour of the city with a focus on its diverse architecture. Highly influenced by French and Spanish styles, New Orleans is a display of years of architectural culture and history.
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Frenchman Street

Enjoy an evening of delicious food and even better music on the lively Frenchman Street, sometimes referred to as “the locals’ Bourbon Street.”
New Orleans, LA, US 70116

Louisiana State Museum

Showcasing the unique history and traditions of New Orleans, the Louisiana State Museum includes landmark properties the Cabildo, Presbytere, Old U.S. Mint, Madame John's Legacy and 1850 House. Venues also available for special events.
New Orleans, LA, US

Smoothie King Center

Home of the New Orleans Pelicans and adjacent to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the Smoothie King Center hosts some of the largest concerts and events in the city.
1501 Dave Dixon Dr
New Orleans, LA, US 70113

Convention Centers

  • New Orleans Morial Convention Center

    Events held in New Orleans just aren’t the same as events held in other cities. With 1.1 million square feet of contiguous exhibit space, New Orleans Morial Convention Center is the sixth largest convention facility in the nation.

    • Exhibit Space110,000 sq. m
      Total Meeting Space167,083 sq. m


Additional Information

New Orleans has received 10 awards and honors for being one of the country’s hottest destinations for shopping, travel, and retirement. The city’s accolades have been featured in some of the top international publications for leisure and corporate travel: Conde Nast Traveler has named New Orleans' hotel, The Ace Hotel one of the "Best New Hotels in the World", April 2017. TripAdvisor has named New Orleans one of the "Top Value Cities for an Epic Getaway", April 2017. Southern Living has named New Orleans one of the "South's Best Cities", March 2017. Southern Living has named New Orleans' restaurant, Commander's Palace, the "South's Best Restaurant", March 2017. Expedia Viewfinder has named New Orleans one of the "Most Creative Places in America" as a part of their list of America's Most Artistic Towns, March 2017. TripAdvisor Vacation Rentals has featured New Orleans on their list of "Valentine's Day Travel Ideas in the Most Romantic Cities", February 2017. Trivago has named New Orleans the number two "B&B Destination for Valentine's Travel" in the world, February 2017. Fox Sports has named New Orleans the "Number One Super Bowl Host City", February 2017. Travel + Leisure has named New Orleans one of "America's Most Charming Cities", January 2017. TripAdvisor named New Orleans one of the "20 Best Girlfriend Getaways You Can Take Without a Passport", January 2017.