Hotel & Travel
The 2019 Conference will be held at the
Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans
The Hotel Monteleone, located in the heart of the French Quarter, is in one of New Orleans finest hotels. The hotel has provided luxury and historic accommodations since 1886 and we are excited to host AdNet 2019 at the hotel.
The Hotel Monteleone is offering a discounted nightly rate of $199 on Friday, April 5 through Thursday, April 11. You must book your room by Thursday, March 14, 2019 to receive the special rate. *Please note, due to the French Quarter Festival beginning Thursday, April 11, we have very limited rooms on Wednesday night. If you need to stay on Wednesday night, please contact email@example.com.
Online: To make reservations online, click the “Reserve Here” button below.
Phone: To make reservations by phone, please call (504) 523-3341 and reference “AdNet 2019” as the group.
**Please note that reservations can only be made via the 2 options above. If you need to make changes to your reservation, please call the hotel directly.
214 Royal St.
New Orleans, LA 70130
Visiting New Orleans
Founded by the French, ruled for 40 years by the Spanish and, purchased by the United States in the 1803; New Orleans is known for its distinct Creole culture and vibrant history. While visiting the Crescent City, take a history lesson through the famous World War II museum or hop on a street car to see the architecture in the city. Whether you’re peeling crawfish by the bayou or listening to jazz in the quarters, you’re sure to have the time of your life in the Big Easy.
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From streetcar rides to visiting parks and churches, there are a bounty of options for fun and frolicking around New Orleans. You can spend the day in one of our many lovely parks, take to a golf course, meander through a cemetery and so much more. There is history to be found around every corner and fun to be had in a relaxing way at our delightful attractions.
New Orleans is an eclectic mix of neighborhoods – from the funky, bohemian Bywater all the way to the oak-lined Garden District. There’s something for every type of traveler in each part of town, whether you’re seeking authentic live music, historic (and quite photogenic) architecture, or a vibrant nightlife scene. Scroll your mouse over the the neighborhoods to find out more and get exploring.