Let’s just say it – more often than not, planning a big group meeting is a pain. First, you need to find space that’s big enough for your group, but not so big that it’s overwhelming. The venue has to be in a good location, pr… Read More »
A question that gets asked often is, "When is the best time to visit New Orleans?" The answer: It depends on what type of trip you're interested in planning. While the city is a popular destination for tourists during the cooler mont… Read More »
New Orleans has many, many unique events, few are as unique as the upcoming Red Dress Run, the Dirty Linen Night and their accompanying dress codes. It’s not too late to join in on the fun. The Red Dress Run takes registrations right up until t… Read More »
One of the favorite music festivals for New Orleans locals is the annual Satchmo SummerFest, a weekend of jazz and other distinctly New Orleans music filling the French Quarter. This year’s festival is coming up soon, August 1-4, but the goo… Read More »
It’s a beautiful day here in New Orleans, the sun is shining, there’s just a few lingering clouds in the bright blue sky and in other words, it’s a perfect time visit the Big Easy and we wish you were here! It’s a perfect t… Read More »
Legend has it that in the early nineteenth century, the first cocktail was born. It was right here in New Orleans, and the cocktail was the Sazerac. It was supposedly created by a pharmacist by the name of Antoine Amadee Peychaud. Could he be cal… Read More »
It’s the perfect time to visit New Orleans. Sure it’s a little bit hot, but don’t let that stop you. There’s plenty of air conditioning and there’s plenty of cool drinks to keep you cool. The warm temperatures didn&rs… Read More »
Summer is here and so is the warm weather. If you’re traveling to New Orleans anytime soon, you’ll want to stay in a place that gives you a place to cool down between your trips exploring. One of the best hotel pools in the French … Read More »
From 4th of July fireworks to its own bull run, New Orleans hosts plenty to do during the summer months. The weather is warm, the drinks are cold, and the rates for hotel rooms are some of the best you’ll find all year. The French Quarte… Read More »
The musical notes from Jazz Fest have faded away. The Mardi Gras floats have rolled into the warehouse to be retooled and redecorated for next year. The festival season is technically winding down, however, there’s still lots going on… Read More »
The French Market Inn, New Orleans, La., is tucked away on the banks of the Mississippi River in the center of the French Quarter.
The dedicated and friendly staff of Hotel St. Marie will ensure you experience all of the best of New Orleans' many sights, sounds, and tastes.