InterContinenetal New Orleans

Location
InterContinental New Orleans

444 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
United States

Lodging
A room block with a special group rate of $219 per night was reserved at the InterContinental New Orleans from Wednesday, November 7th – Friday, November 9th, 2018.

Update: Rooms are no longer available under the conference’s room block, but there are many hotels to choose from in close proximity to the venue. You may call the InterContinental New Orleans at 504-525-5566 to inquire about its current availability, and/or to request recommendations for nearby hotels.

Vendors
All services to support this event have been contracted. No vendor inquiries, please.

Address and Directions

InterContinental New Orleans
444 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
United States

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Transportation and Parking Information

Driving Directions from Airport
Directions from Louis Armstrong International Airport

  • Get on I-10E in Metairie from Airport Rd. (3.9 mi)
  • Continue on I-10E to New Orleans. Take exit 232 from I-30E. (9.1 mi)
  • Continue on Howard Ave. Take Poydras St. to St. Charles Ave. (2.7 mi)

Directions from New Orleans Lakefront Airport

  • Get on I-10W from Sikorsky Dr., Stars and Strioes Blvd., Downman Rd. and Morrison Rd.
  • Follow I-10W to Orleans Ave.
  • Take exit 235A from I-10W.Take Basin St. and Gravier St. to St. Charles Ave.

Parking

  • Self-Parking available nearby between $28-$48 per night
  • Valet parking – $45 per night

Transportation

Local Transportation
The St. Charles Line Streetcar is the oldest continuously operating streetcar in the world!

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Dining

  • Pete’s
    Enjoy a lavish New Orleans breakfast buffet in the morning or small bites and a cocktail as you prepare to end your day in this newly-renovated dining space.
  • Trenasse
    Locally-inspired fresh gulf fish and oyster treats are found at Trenasse. It’s the best of New Orleans heritage with an upscale twist that creates an unforgettable fine dining experience.
  • Tsunami
    Creative sushi & grilled entrees pair with cocktails & spirits in a stylish, industrial setting.
  • Luke
    French & German fare at an elegant brasserie with a bar & house brews.
  • Picayune Social House
    Cool gastropub with exposed brick & a retro feel offering New American fare with a Southern twist.
  • Chophouse New Orleans
    Prime chops & family-style sides in a dimly lit upscale setting with live music & courtyard seats.
  • Commerce Restaurant
    Enduring, old-school neighborhood breakfast & lunch destination serving Southern comfort food.

Attractions

  • Jackson Square
    Located on Decatur Street, between the Jax Brewery Shopping Mall and the French Market, in front of the St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square earns it name for three bronze statues of Andrew Jackson located in the center of the square.
  • French Market
    Founded in 1791, New Orleans French Market is the oldest public market in the country. This open-air mall features shopping, dining and music.
  • Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
    Visit 15,000 water-loving creatures, like graceful seahorses, neon-colored frogs and jaunty penguins.
  • Steamboat Natchez
    This classic Mississippi riverboat sails three times daily, at 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. It features traditional New Orleans jazz and the evening cruise includes dinner (reservations required).
  • New Orleans Jazz Museum
    Explore Jazz through dynamic interactive exhibits, multigenerational educational programming, research facilities, and engaging musical performances.
  • Le Petit Theatre
    This community theatre, dating back to 1916, is the oldest continually-operated theatre in the country.
  • Mardi Gras Museum of Costumes & Culture
    The Mardi Gras Museum of Costumes and Culture features an array of Carnival costumes and showcases the variety of ways in which revelers participate in the celebration of Mardi Gras and the Carnival season.