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NBA All Star Game in New Orleans

Are you looking for lodging near the 2014 NBA All-Star game? Don’t wait to find out who is on the team to get your reservations for the NBA All-Star Game events to be held in New Orleans, February 13-16.  Bring your sweetheart and celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend off the courts[…]

Papa Noel Comes to New Orleans this Christmas!

Christmas in New Orleans features a wide array of events for travelers, couples and families alike. From Reveillon Dinners to Caroling in Jackson Square, there is something here for everyone. Download the Christmas in New Orleans Guidebook to see the entire list of events and activities. We have highlighted a[…]


Free events and free things are not only for incoming students, but for everyone. There are many fun and interesting ways to enjoy New Orleans that don’t cost a thing!BONUS FREEBIE:  We have a free Night’s Stay at the New Orleans’ Grand Victorian Bed and Breakfast: BUY TWO NIGHTS & GET THE[…]

Three June Festivals in One New Orleans Historic Weekend

Tomatoes, Seafood and Zydeco: this festival trio (June 9-12, 2012) celebrates the early summer harvest bounty of the New Orleans region. The festivals are held at the same time and in the same location, the French Market District, 8 blocks along the Mississippi River from Jackson Square to Esplanade Avenue,[…]

Fodor’s Choice 2011 – Grand Victorian

Fodor’s, the leading name in travel information, today announced that the Grand Victorian B&B has been recognized as a 2011 Fodor’s Choice selection. This distinction designates the Grand Victorian as a leader in its field for service, quality, and value in the 2011 year.   Fodor’s travel, founded in 1936[…]

Lights! Camera! Action! Only in New Orleans!

New Orleans is both a premier destination for tourists and for the stars. There’s always a camera filming the action New Orleans has to offer. From HBO’s drama series Treme, which follows New Orleans after Katrina, to the story of Disney’s newest princess, Tiana, in Princess and the Frog, every[…]

The Circus Comes to New Orleans

It all began in 1884 when five brothers joined together to create what has become the greatest show on earth. The Ringling Brothers have been touring the country for over a century and exhibit the most exotic animals and performers.   New Orleans is lucky enough to feature this performance[…]

Our Favorite King Cake Recipe

“If you’re stuck in an elevator [in New Orleans], you could make conversation with anyone about one of the three Fs: food, fishing and football.” Richard McCarthy, executive director that oversees local farmers markets, captures the essence of New Orleans. We may not be in football season or fishing season,[…]

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