Clarion Hotel Grand Boutique
2001 St. Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone: (504) 558-9966
Fax: (504) 571-6464
Ashe Cultural Arts Center works towards the dissemination of arts in the community through art presentation, production, encouraging artists and so on. This center is a creation of a non-profit organization that caters to doing social work. Events here include art exhibitions, music and dance shows and so on. The center provides creative space and freedom for emerging artists and helps them in art productions and collaborations. Post Hurricane Katrina, the center has worked even more for the welfare of the community.
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art is a repository of many of the things that make this area of the United States great. Fine art, architecture, folk art and artifacts of the bygone Southern era can be found here. You also find unique exhibitions, such as Looking Back, Looking Forward, Becoming Ida Kohlmeyer, Walter Anderson and Friends, Clementine Hunter and Melrose, the Treme Storytelling Quilt Project, and The Jazz.
This modern art exhibit center, located in a renovated warehouse, is the heart of the New Orleans' art community. The Contemporary Arts Center offers a series of seasonally rotating exhibitions, classes, lectures, performances, screenings, and concerts every year. The exhibits waver between traditional and alternative art forms with works from both local and national artists. The center also serves gourmet coffees and specialty wines as well as a variety of pastries and sandwiches. Check website for upcoming events.
Pick your kind of fun at this lively center, Twi Ro Pa. Housed in an old mill, its name is derived from the three materials that were once produced here—twine, rope and paper. Today, however, it's a whole new ball game. You can bogey away on the dance floors, relax at a bar, take in some fine art at the art galleries or catch a live gig at the concert venues. This 91-year old building even has convention spaces for meetings, shows and trade fairs. With such entertainment on offer, its no surprise that the place has become a haunt for celebrities as well.
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 adjacent to the Louisiana Superdome, this arena serves as a venue for concerts, festivals, conventions, banquets, exhibits and trade shows. It is also home to the New Orleans Hornets and a number of sporting events like the Nokia Sugar Bowl Basketball Classic.
This Central Business District haunt, Le Chat Noir, has declared the entire world a stage as long as you have got good music and even better booze. This oh-so-swank Uptown hotspot features both a live piano bar and the Cabaret room, which features a changing lineup of guest stars and revues. The bar is laid back and unassuming, perfect for those looking for a more ‘mature' night out.
Tipitina's Ruins part of The 'Tip's' franchise is a private events facility and it isn't in ruins as the name suggests! It's a high capacity event venue that caters to shows and events that need a large capacity. It has enough room to accommodate 5000 people. Plenty of big names that needed big spaces have performed here before.
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.
Located just across from the Superdome, Champions Square is a 121,00 square foot outdoor event space that plays host to festivals, concerts and corporate events. The square is also where Saints fans meet before every home game to share in some pregame revelry. Since it opened back in 2010, Champions Square has become one of the top destinations for a wide range of large-scale events.
The Civic Theatre opened its doors in 1906, making it one of the oldest in New Orleans. It retains its original Beaux interiors, opulent balconies and old-world charm. This historic venue boasts a state-of-the-art sound and light system, audio-visual equipment and a versatile seating configuration to suit myriad events for up to 1,100 persons. It hosts an array of concerts, theater productions, film screenings, parties, corporate and private functions.