Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel Invites Guests to Enjoy Christmas New Orleans Style

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The Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel, located in central New Orleans, is offering guests front row access to Christmas in the French Quarter this season. The Papa Noel rate, with rates as low as $94.00, allows guests to discover the wonders of New Orleans at Christmas. The historic New Orleans French Quarter Hotel is also offering guests a traditional Reveillon dinner at the hotel's signature restaurant Paillard's.

The Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel, located in central New Orleans, is offering guests front row access to Christmas in the French Quarter this season. The Papa Noel rate, with rates as low as $94.00, allows guests to discover the wonders of New Orleans at Christmas. The historic New Orleans French Quarter Hotel is also offering guests a traditional Reveillon dinner at the hotel's signature restaurant Paillard's.

"The Papa Noel Package is the perfect way to visit historic New Orleans this winter," Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel General Manager Brian Mulholland said. "After a day of sightseeing and enjoying historic sights decorated in festive holiday colors or shopping on Royal Street, our guests can enjoy a traditional Reveillon dinner at our historic French Quarter hotel."

Christmas in the French Quarter is an experience to remember. Guests can expect a chorus of voices to lift their spirits to new heights inside the nearby St. Louis Cathedral. Southern Belles and Papa Noel will greet you beneath Iron-laced balconies and in cozy courtyards. And, antique streetcars guide visitors to a paradise of lights among the live oaks of New Orleans City Park.

The Papa Noel rate* features rates as low as $94.00 and is available December 1st through December 31st, 2008. To book this rate, visit: http://www.bourbonorleans.com/packages.php or call (504) 523-2222.

The Reveillon dinner, available at the hotel's signature restaurant Paillard's, offers guests a unique dining experience New Orleans style. The New Orleans signature southern fusion restaurant offers diners a range of delicacies from sophisticated French cuisine to traditional Creole cooking. Executive Chef Fred Miner has prepared a Reveillon dinner menu guaranteed to please all palates, featuring dishes such as Pan Seared Barataria Crab cakes, Red Snapper Strudel, and Creole Beef Wellington. View the full menu on Paillard's web-site: http://www.paillardsrestaurant.com/menus.html#reveillion.

The historic French Quarter hotel hasn't forgotten about Santa! The Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel is hosting Breakfast with Santa on December 7th, 14th and 21st from 10a.m. to 2p.m., featuring a scrumptious breakfast buffet featuring scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, blueberry pancakes, mini-waffles, donuts, muffins, hot chocolate and more. Photos with Santa in a special holiday folder will be available. Cost for adults - $20.00, children 3-12 - $12.00, children 2 and under - free. Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling Judy at (504) 571-4631.

Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter, the Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel features a rich history and opulent French styling reminiscent of the early 1800s. Its central New Orleans location, just steps away from the famed St. Louis Cathedral, means you're never far from the best the city has to offer-from upscale shopping on Royal Street, to the local artists and performers of Jackson Square, to all of the restaurants, galleries and nightlife in between. The Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel is locally owned and committed to preserving the history and character of the Hotel for generations. Visit the hotel on-line: http://www.bourbonorleans.com/

The Bourbon Orleans New Orleans Hotel is operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts, the nation's largest independent hotel management company. For more information about Interstate Hotels & Resorts, visit the company's Web-site: http://www.ihrco.com.

  • based on space availability and does not include taxes and gratuities.

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