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  • Brigette Folse | October 26, 2016 5:00 PM ET

    Royal Sonesta New Orleans Renewed Just in Time for the Holidays

    Royal Sonesta New Orleans Renewed Just in Time for the Holidays

    Photo courtesy of Royal Sonesta New Orleans

    Royal Sonesta New Orleans has officially opened the doors to its newly reimagined Grand Ballroom. The event space was remodeled by Atlanta-headquartered full-service design group, Design One Studio, and is the culmination of the renowned hotel’s multiyear redesign project. The revamped ballroom adds an enhanced dose of luxury and sophistication directly in the heart of the French Quarter on Bourbon Street.

    In keeping with the hotel’s prime and luxurious Vieux Carre positioning, the more than 5,000 square foot room’s design draws inspiration from a softer sophisticated side, featuring an incandescent subtle color palette with traditional patterns. The feeling of the space is romantic, glamorous and updated, integrating seamlessly with the existing interior, while complementing the broader architectural elements of the landmark hotel.

    New updates to the ballroom and additional meeting space also include a state-of-the-art banquet kitchen, along with completely upgraded audio technology system controls, plus other amenities. 

    “We’re extremely proud to showcase our reimagined Grand Ballroom,” said Royal Sonesta New Orleans General Manager Alfred Groos. “Everywhere you turn, there’s a fresh take on modern elegance, which reflects our well-known and admired standard of luxury,” he added. “It’s a spectacular new backdrop for events, and we look forward to welcoming guests for many occasions.”

    READ MORE: Royal Sonesta New Orleans Completes Major Website Upgrade

    Earlier this year, Royal Sonesta New Orleans renovated its 483 guest rooms and 36 suites. Now, with its shining ballroom space completed, the hotel aims to be guests’ premier destination throughout the entire year for weddings, corporate events, seasonal occasions and full-scale holiday affairs.

    The Papa Noel Holiday Package

    And as the holidays approach, now is the time to take advantage of all Royal Sonesta New Orleans has to offer. With its Papa Noel Holiday Package, guests will receive the hotel’s best rates, starting at only $149 per night Sunday through Thursday, and from $199 per night on Friday and Saturday. Guests should book now, as terms and conditions apply based on availability and new reservations only.

    Plus, all Papa Noel guests will automatically receive the tremendous Sonesta Savings Pack with more than $500 in discounts to New Orleans’ most popular attractions and museums. What better way to experience a truly unique holiday getaway unlike any other, while providing unexpected amazing moments and creating lasting holiday memories? It’s all happening at Royal Sonesta New Orleans. Book early and return often!

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Brigette Folse Sonesta in the NOLA

Brigette Folse Brigette T. Folse is responsible for the leadership, effectiveness and productivity of the Royal Sonesta New Orleans’ sales organization. Folse has over two decades of experience in the hospitality industry that includes overseeing several major hotel openings. Before joining the Royal Sonesta New Orleans, Folse served as the associate director of sales for the Hyatt Regency New Orleans. While at Loews Hotels, Folse served as associate director of sales at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort & Spa in San Diego and as the national sales manager for the opening of Loews New Orleans. Folse has held additional managerial positions at both the J.W. Marriott and Hotel Monaco in New Orleans.
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