W New Orleans
333 Poydras Street
New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130 USA
What's the word for W New Orleans? Spicy. Located just steps from the notorious French Quarter but in a quieter location for a peaceful night’s rest, W New Orleans is close to shopping, Harrah’s Casino and the Warehouse District. Let lounge impresario Rande Gerber put his voodoo on you at Whiskey Blue. Or fall under the spell of flavor at foodie’s delight Zoë, where Louisiana comfort foods meet contemporary cuisine. When times get too hot, cool off in a poolside cabana.
CASRO has reserved a limited number of sleeping rooms at W New Orleans at a rate of $199 per night for the nights of Tuesday, April 23, Wednesday, April 24 and Thursday, April 25. Contact reservations at 504-525-9444 and reference CASRO to receive this rate.
CASRO reserves the right to release your sleeping room back into the hotel's inventory if you do not register to attend this conference within five days of reserving your room. Should you fail to register for the conference, or if you cancel your conference registration, CASRO will not be responsible for cancelling your hotel room and therefore will not be responsible for any cancellation or no-show fees incurred. CASRO also will not be held responsible for any costs incurred due to attendees' inability to travel as a result of inclement weather.
Getting To New Orleans
New Orleans International Airport is 16 miles (26 kilometers) from the Hotel. All major carriers fly into this airport. Car rental and taxi and limousine services are available from this airport.
About New Orleans
Known as the Big Easy, where European traditions blend with Caribbean influences, the city of New Orleans is as colorful as the local architecture. The city features many celebrated and historic sites, including the Faubourg Marigny, French Quarter, Central Business District, Warehouse Arts District, Magazine Street, Garden District, Audobon Park and Zoo and St. Charles Avenue. The cultural riches, sensual indulgences and unparalleled service that define the New Orleans experience continue to flourish, as they have for centuries.