The 2019 Conference on Statistical Practice will be held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside. A limited number of rooms are available at a negotiated group rate, if booked by January 12, 2019.
Single/Double Rate: $212
Triple Rate: $242
Quad Rate: $272
Government: Limited quantity available at prevailing government per diem
Good to Know
- The ASA-negotiated rate includes complimentary internet in the guestroom.
- The guest room rates are quoted exclusive of applicable state and local taxes, applicable service fees, and/or hotel-specific fees in effect at the time of the event.
- All reservations must be accompanied by a first night room deposit or guaranteed by a major credit card. Deposits are refundable if canceled 72 hours prior to the arrival date.
The Hilton New Orleans Riverside is connected to the Riverwalk Marketplace and a brief walk will bring you to Bourbon Street, the Aquarium of the Americas, IMAX Theater, and all the world-famous New Orleans restaurants and live music clubs of the French Quarter.
For a more comprehensive list of local attractions, visit the New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau “Things to Do” page.
If you’re interested in learning about the city’s history or it’s ghosts and cemeteries after a day at the conference, try taking a tour.
There are a number of restaurants within walking distance of the hotel.
If you are looking to venture a bit farther from the hotel for a good meal, try using New Orleans’ Dining Directory.
The closest airport to the Hilton New Orleans Riverside is Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY).
Taxis are available outside of baggage claim at the airport for an average fare of $35 to the hotel.
Getting Around New Orleans
Enjoy an eco-friendly street car ride along the riverfront. There are many stops for getting off and experiencing the European charm of the French Quarter. You can travel down Canal Street to explore Mid-City. The St. Charles Avenue line, the oldest in the nation, starts downtown and then travels up St. Charles Avenue past some of the most breathtaking scenery in the city before ending at the foot of the Mississippi River.