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Every year, just as Mardi Gras celebrations crank up the ‘flavor’ of New Orleans, another variation of the event is mellowing people out in Lafayette.
New Orleans continues to expand with the recent opening of the 207-room Jung Hotel & Residences in the heart of the city’s Biomedical Innovation District.
The much anticipated NOPSI Hotel has opened in the Central Business District of New Orleans and gives planners a new place to meet and experience the culture of the city.
ttendees will enter their room and be able to join their personal, secure network, which will then prompt them with a Cast Button.
In addition to 15,000 sf of casino space and five restaurants, Delta Downs’ main draw is its horse racing and grandstand center.
The six-story Alexa Tower, one of the two buildings comprising the hotel, still boasts brick from the original construction.
When attendees walk into the NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans, a grand hall lobby entrance will await them, featuring a 21-foot-high vaulted ceiling, arches, decorative columns, wood wall paneling, brass grills and terrazzo flooring.
For arrivals, the staff can set up entire street parades to transport guests instead of using traditional coaches.
David Beam, CEO of Insulate America, wanted his group to experience New Orleans the way the locals do.
Throughout the years, the Old State Capitol building has survived fire, war, scandal and the occasional brawl. Question is: Will your groups survive the building?
The 754 newly remodeled guest rooms at L’Auberge Casino Resort Lake Charles exude warmth and southern hospitality—about what you’d expect from a property inspired...
New Orleans’ famous tagline "Laissez les bon temps rouler" ain’t just whistling Dixie. The phrase (Let the good times roll) is intrinsic to this magical city, and it always revolves around cool music and spectacular food.
Just a 45-minute drive away from New Orleans' Canal Street, the Louisiana Northshore brings groups back to nature with swamp tours, wildlife and good ole Creole cookin'.
St. Tammany Parish’s roots are deeply-seated in its history and hospitality, and the event venues, cuisine, and attractions are still influenced by the culture and bounty of the bayou.
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