Hyatt Regency New Orleans
601 Loyola Ave
New Orleans, LA 70113
Discover the culture of the Crescent City at Hyatt Regency New Orleans, the official hotel of the 2019 NAFCD + NBMDA Annual Convention! Centered downtown near Champions Square, Smoothie King Center, and minutes from the historic French Quarter, Arts District, and Mississippi Riverfront. There’s no better place from which to explore the eclectic vibrancy of New Orleans.
Discounted room rates are available for convention attendees. Make your hotel reservations online using the link in your registration confirmation email.
The discounted conference rate is offered until October 21, 2019, however guest room availability until that date is NOT guaranteed. The Hyatt Regency New Orleans has a limited number of guest rooms and can sell out at any time. Please make your housing reservation as soon as possible.
Warning! Housing Scams
We have received reports that hotel brokers have contacted our attendees and exhibitors to solicit the purchase of hotel rooms. These brokers are misrepresenting the status of room rates and availability at our negotiated hotel for the annual convention. These brokers are not affiliated or endorsed by NAFCD or NBMDA. Brokers soliciting your business have been known to accept payment without confirming room reservations. If this occurs, the hotel has no obligation to provide you with the accommodations you were expecting. Do not fall victim to this practice. You should only book your hotel room at the Hilton Anatole by using the special link provided by NAFCD + NBMDA in your registration confirmation email.
Transportation & Parking
The Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport (MSY) has several ground transportation options. The Hyatt Regency New Orleans is approximately 30 minutes from MSY by car — click here for directions.
The Hyatt Regency New Orleans offers premium valet services. In addition, there are several nearby parking lots, including the 1301 Girod Parking Garage that connects directly to the hotel. Click here for pricing.
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