A Thrilling Location with Resilience in its Heart
What better location to gather than vibrant and exciting New Orleans? In 2005, it found itself in the eye a natural catastrophe, when Hurricane Katrina struck. Levees were breached, and more than 1,800 people lost their lives. Since then, the citizens of New Orleans have placed resilience at the heart of rebuilding their city and strengthening its defenses. The city offers an important location in which to reflect, share, learn, and link with fellow RMEL specialists.
Renowned as one of the world's most fascinating cities, New Orleans is home to a truly unique melting pot of culture, food and music. It is deservedly regarded as one of America's most culturally and historically rich destinations, built on 300 years of stories.
The RMEL Conference 2018 will be held at The Jung Hotel and Residences, a famed icon in one of America’s most famous cities. The venue incorporates high-end features and evokes the glamour of the Roaring Twenties. Located within walking distance of many famous attractions, it provides the perfect location to enjoy the sights and sounds of Louisiana’s premier city.
The hotel is offering a special conference rate for delegates of $159. Book a room now.
25 minutes to/from New Orleans International Airport (MSY), servicing all major airlines
Amtrak offers routes to New Orleans from cities across the country.
The Jung Hotel is conveniently located directly in front of the Canal Street Streetcar stop. Guests may take the streetcar to visit points of interest that include the New Orleans Museum of Art, Mississippi Riverfront, the Audubon Butterfly House, Insectarium and Aquarium of the Americas, casinos, Canal Place shopping area and the French Quarter. The Canal at LaSalle stop is for inbound service and Canal at Marais is the stop for outbound service.
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