Hotel and Travel
Hotel name: Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Quarter
Rate: Single-occupancy room: $159/night plus applicable taxes
Address: 739 Canal St. at Bourbon, New Orleans, LA 70130 USA
Note: We recommend making reservations as soon as possible, as rooms will likely sell out quickly. The deadline for ABAI's discounted rate is August 24, 2020.
Please note that on June 8, 2020, your reservation will be charged a non-refundable deposit of one night’s room and tax.
Conference registration is not required to make a reservation. However, ABAI will cross-check the hotel reservation list against our list of event attendees. Room reservations are subject to cancellation if hotel guests using ABAI rooms are not registered for the conference by August 23, 2020.
Room rates are subject to state and local taxes. Rates may be applicable 3 days before and 3 days after conference dates, depending on availability. A portion of the room rate is used to defray the association’s conference expenses.
The conference hotel is in the heart of the French Quarter. Just steps away are nearly 200 dining options as well as live entertainment and other attractions such as the Audubon Aquarium, Jackson Square, and Bourbon Street.
Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Quarter Restaurants
The hotel has a 24-hour business center, laundry services, an outdoor heated pool, several restaurants, and a complimentary 24-hour fitness facility. All rooms have wi-fi, coffee, a hair dryer, and a 55” flat-screen television.
Self-parking is not available; valet parking: $47/day
From Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport to the Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Quarter:
Getting Around New Orleans
Algiers Ferry offers some of the best views of the city. Since 1827, this ferry has traveled across the Mississippi River to the historic neighborhood of Algiers Point.
Biking—rent a bike from one of the many shops around town, or take a themed tour delving into architecture, food, or history.
Blue Bikes Bike Share has bikes installed around the city, from the Garden District all the way to Bywater.
Pedicabs are a fun way to go short distances. Many drivers are also licensed tour guides.
Streetcars are a charming and convenient way to experience the many areas of New Orleans. Four lines run through the French Quarter and beyond.
Taxis can be an efficient way to explore since New Orleans is a small “big city.”