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Cardinal Room

Regal French Quarter style and modern meeting amenities blend to offer luxury to any social soiree or business event. With wall-to-wall mirrors, wrought iron chandeliers, sconces, gold accents and French doors that open to a gorgeous courtyard outside, the Cardinal Room is the perfect setting for receptions up to 75, seated dinners for 60 and conference seating for 40.

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Cardinal Room

Regal French Quarter style and modern meeting amenities blend to offer luxury to any social soiree or business event. With wall-to-wall mirrors, wrought iron chandeliers, sconces, gold accents and French doors that open to a gorgeous courtyard outside, the Cardinal Room is the perfect setting for receptions up to 75, seated dinners for 60 and conference seating for 40.

Queen Anne Courtyard

A storybook courtyard with a renaissance fountain as its centerpiece, the Queen Anne Courtyard is one of the French Quarter’s most atmospheric settings for weddings. Walk down the aisle during a sun-kissed ceremony, where gorgeous red brick, lush foliage and wrought-iron balconies provide a postcard-perfect backdrop. A unique retractable roof provides cover during inclement weather, while wedding guests are invited to watch the ceremonies from balconies above. Up to 150 guests

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Queen Anne Courtyard

A storybook courtyard with a renaissance fountain as its centerpiece, the Queen Anne Courtyard is one of the French Quarter’s most atmospheric settings for weddings. Walk down the aisle during a sun-kissed ceremony, where gorgeous red brick, lush foliage and wrought-iron balconies provide a postcard-perfect backdrop. A unique retractable roof provides cover during inclement weather, while wedding guests are invited to watch the ceremonies from balconies above. Up to 150 guests

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La Louisiane

Mingling gorgeous detail with a storied past, La Louisiane is the perfect setting for wedding receptions, engagement parties, bridal luncheons and rehearsal dinners. This exquisite venue was originally built in 1881 as a restaurant owned and frequented by local mafia. Today, La Louisiane elevates every wedding with the distinct elegance that has defined the French Quarter for years. Two connecting salons and details such as wood ceiling beams, wrought iron chandeliers, gas lanterns and exposed brick walls transform even simple weddings into cherished memories. Host a reception for up to 150 or a seated dinner for up to 132.

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La Louisiane

Mingling gorgeous detail with a storied past, La Louisiane is the perfect setting for wedding receptions, engagement parties, bridal luncheons and rehearsal dinners. This exquisite venue was originally built in 1881 as a restaurant owned and frequented by local mafia. Today, La Louisiane elevates every wedding with the distinct elegance that has defined the French Quarter for years. Two connecting salons and details such as wood ceiling beams, wrought iron chandeliers, gas lanterns and exposed brick walls transform even simple weddings into cherished memories. Host a reception for up to 150 or a seated dinner for up to 132.

Fleur de Lis Suite

With a quintessential French Quarter residential feel, the elegant 1,030 sq. ft. Fleur de Lis Suite is the perfect locally-inspired setting for an executive board meeting for 8 or small gatherings and networking for up to 50 people. This intimate venue boasts exposed brick walls, a faux fireplace, rustic furniture, and crystal chandeliers, along with residential luxuries like a dining/living room, full kitchen and 1.5 bathrooms. A large window opens onto an oversized wrought iron balcony that overlooks Iberville Street.

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Fleur de Lis Suite

With a quintessential French Quarter residential feel, the elegant 1,030 sq. ft. Fleur de Lis Suite is the perfect locally-inspired setting for an executive board meeting for 8 or small gatherings and networking for up to 50 people. This intimate venue boasts exposed brick walls, a faux fireplace, rustic furniture, and crystal chandeliers, along with residential luxuries like a dining/living room, full kitchen and 1.5 bathrooms. A large window opens onto an oversized wrought iron balcony that overlooks Iberville Street.

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