A New Orleans bed and breakfast inn like no other, Canal Street Inn offers easy streetcar access to the attractions and events of New Orleans, Louisana. Plan the perfect New Orleans B&B getaway vacation to our laid-back New Orleans Inn located on Canal Street.
Hidden behind its gorgeous Antebellum façade, Southern Oaks Plantation is a unique, fresh, and surprisingly contemporary wedding venue. A quick stroll through the mansion’s immaculately decorated interior is all it takes to understand how thoroughly Southern Oaks embraces the wedding industry’s latest trends.
We have two banquet/party venues with large balconies overlooking Bourbon Street in New Orleans. We offer a variety of food & Beverage packages. We host events ranging from bachelor parties and rehearsal dinners to weddings and corporate events. For details and pricing. firstname.lastname@example.org
Eiffel Society is a versatile special events venue & lounge overlooking the street-car line on beautiful St. Charles Avenue in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans. The iconic steel structure with panoramic glass walls is a historic building.
The Maison is a unique, three-level live music and event venue in New Orleans on world-famous Frenchmen St. Maison is available seven days a week for a vast array of special events, from large private parties to intimate gatherings.
Two rooms filled with smoke machines, intelligent lighting and strobes set the party atmosphere. The dance music is provided by resident video DJ Wixx, DJ TAF & DJ Ronnie Roux. The Metropolitan has 14 beautiful VIP sections capable of accommodating parties of all sizes.
New Orleans wedding venues and reception locations
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