Clarion Hotel Grand Boutique
2001 St. Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 558-9966
Fax: (504) 571-6464
The Cricket Club has a charming history and was originally a part of the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Today the club re-opened in 2005 carries forward the romanticism of the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Gourmet foods are also prepared on site by the Culinary Institute, by students who are training to become professional chefs. The club also hosts private events, parties, weddings and the like, with the promise of gorgeous tasting food. Fancy learning to cook gourmet? Take a class or try your luck in the demonstration round.
United Cabs Inc. offers the most efficient and reliable taxi service in the New Orleans area. In service since 1938, the company has now grown to 400 strong cabs, becoming the largest taxi service in the city. Cabs can be hired for any purpose and to travel any distance. In fact, they also offer to carry out tasks like deliver your parcels, picking-up food from any restaurant or delivering your groceries!
It is located in the neighborhood of Broadmoor, New Orleans. Before being developed in the early 20th Century, it used to be a low lying area prone to floods and was largely a marsh used as a fishing area by Uptowners. Most buildings are highrises to avoid any effect of floods, even though there are low-lying structures as well. The historic district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 2003.
Tradition, tranquility and abundant beauty can be used to describe this neighborhood in New Orleans. Garden District, with its well-maintained 19th-century mansions and surrounding landscape makes it a popular and beautiful destinations for visitors. Commander's Palace, Anshe Sfard and George Washington Cable House are notable landmarks.
Among the few open green spaces left in Central City area of New Orleans, the A.L. Davis Park is a popular playground for kids. The park comprises a basketball court as well as a football field where local sports events take place. Apart from sports, the park is also at the center of various cultural and community events like concerts and parades which occur throughout the year.
This Amtrak station is located in the Central City area of New Orleans.
Le Roux plays host to a range of events and seminars throughout the year. The business networking session, 'Business After Hours' is held here. It also hosts various loan workshops and corporate events. Entry for most of these events is free. Roux is available for hosting various corporate and private events.
Generations Hall at the Metropolitan is a good place to hold your meetings, conventions, events and concerts. They have a gamut of facilities available to make your meet a success. Located in the Warehouse District, it has a night club atmosphere with wooden beams, brass bars, band stage, and a dance floor. Being close to most hotels makes it a a very convenient venue. It accommodates 200 to 900 guests.
Located in the New Orleans' historic warehouse arts district, Chez Clay encourages you to express your creative side, alone or with your friends. For the artist in you, this all-age contemporary ceramic studio has a huge collection of clay pieces to paint. From coffee mugs to picture frames and more, you can polish your painting skills and give the practice pottery as presents! Chez Clay also allows you to paint your own ceramics as well.
This events centre is conveniently located in the Warehouse District of New Orleans and offers guests a perfect venue for hosting corporate dinners and attending music concerts. The Sugar Mill has approximately 25,000 square feet of area and is designed in neutral tones, which provides one with a perfect canvas to create themes of one's choice. It is adjoined by a 15,000-square-foot beautifully landscaped courtyard and can accommodate over 3,000 people. This place has-state-of-the-art facilities and very friendly staff making it a perfect venue to host events.
In walking-friendly New Orleans, New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is literally just steps away from the Warehouse/Arts District and the historic French Quarter, where the old-world charm of fine restaurants, first-class hotel rooms and unique cultural experiences are around every corner. With 140 meeting rooms located directly above the 12 exhibit halls totaling 1.1 million square feet, a 4,000-seat conference auditorium/theater, two 30,000+ sq.ft. ballrooms, three restaurants and a VIP dining suite, every amenity is conveniently located under one roof. Recent improvements include a newly repainted exterior, lobby furniture, and a 10-GIG internet backbone.
The Port of New Orleans is among the largest of its kind in the nation and also has the distinction of the longest quay in the globe. This Lower Mississippi River port has a history dating back to 1718. It also features many terminals and was the site of the 1984 World’s Fair. The Woldenberg Park and The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas are located near it and are famous tourist destinations in the city. It is also technologically advanced and is the home to major shipping companies. From cargoes to water transportation and more, it is the lifeline to the Midwest.