New Orleans hotel mindset shifts post-Katrina

A decade has passed since one of the nation’s most devastating natural disasters, but for hoteliers New Orleans is now back and better than ever.

By Brendan Manley
HNN contributor
REPORT FROM THE U.S.—Hoteliers say the New Orleans hotel market is well past the point of recovery since suffering vast damage during Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Ten years later, the city is clearly different, yet in some ways, the same. Tourists and meetings groups continue to flock to the area—particularly the French Quarter—but now the city’s hotels are perhaps even better equipped than before to accommodate them.

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