Quality Inn & Suites
210 O'Keefe Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 525-6800
Fax: (504) 525-6808
210 O'Keefe Avenue, New Orleans, LA, US, 70112
- Phone: (504) 525-6800
- Fax: (504) 525-6808
The International Longshoremen's Association in New Orleans is an active association that represents longshoremen and related workers in New Orleans. Their union holds a monthly meeting in the ILA Hall. The hall is available for dance and musical performances. It also hosts gospel concerts and other shows featuring local talent.
Emergency room, helicopter transport, leading neurology and neurosurgery center. Teaching hospital for Tulane University School of Medicine. The first hospital to reopen after Hurricane Katrina devastated health care in the region, Tulane helped set up a sickle cell day hospital post-Katrina to allow health care to be more easily accessed and cost-effective.
One of the oldest cities in the United States, New Orleans is the prime seat of diverse culture and heritage. New Orleans gets its name from Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans and is credited as the birthplace of Jazz music. This city has a rich cultural heritage, one which can be witnessed in the numerous museums like New Orleans Museum Of Art, architecture, festivals and the general aura that the city emanates. One could also head to the New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park, or participate in Jazz Fests and other activities.
The Grand Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans is a majestic meeting space. It is simply perfect for all sorts of events and special occasions, be it an anniversary or a wedding or even a birthday bash. The 25,000 square feet of uber-luxurious space will set the tone for a time you are sure to remember forever.
Alliance Business Centers is known for their well-facilitated spaces in 500 worldwide locations. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are they offer just what you need.
The Conference Centre at the New Orleans Marriott has a large and flexible floor space suitable for any important meeting or conference. With brilliant business services along with a really good menu devised specially for grand events, this conference centre is one of the best in town.
If you want to get married in style then the Armstrong Ballroom located at Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, is a wonderful choice. With its lavish interiors and 20 foot walls, the venue is palatial. From the venue you can get a clear view of the New Orleans Skyline. The Ballroom can also be used as a banquet setting as well as a reception centre. Events like the IT FORUM & the WCNC 2003 Conference have been held here.
Enter The Parish which is next door to the House of Blues through a brick alleyway with a large fountain depicting Atlas shouldering the globe. 5,000 square foot of event space with a state-of-the-art sound system, The Parish is very flexible and a versatile event and concert place, along with anything else you can think of that needs that kind of space. Designed after a cathedral and featuring stained glass, hand painted murals, it's certainly a sight to behold.
A very famous venue to host special events in New Orleans, Bourbon Vieux is said to be one of the finest party locations in New Orleans. If you're planning a corporate or social event, the staff at Bourbon Vieux can arrange everything—music, theme, decoration and much more, according to your needs. Easily accommodating 500 guests when it comes to wedding receptions, the venue has a extensive list of clients from big names in the corporate world to the celebrities of the city. Overlooking the Bourbon Street, the place is also known for its one of a kind New Year Party.
This Amtrak station is located in the Central City area of New Orleans.
The St. James AME Church is a pristine white color church built in 1848. Encompassing a modest area of 0.2 acre (0.081 hectare), it is constructed in the Gothic style of architecture. The church still holds regular services and ceremonies to keep the community binded. Owing to its beautiful design and architecture, it was put up in the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
Serving both the teaching and research function, the LSU Health & Science Center is located in New Orleans.