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At the heart of storied and soulful New Orleans is Q&C. Tucked between the French Quarter and the Warehouse/Arts District, we're the perfect launching pad for your escapades—no matter what you're seeking.
While we're committed to the timeless spirit of Southern hospitality, we sure aren't your daddy's hotel. Like our guests, we're gastro-nerds, music fans, and culture junkies devoted to spreading the gospel of New Orleans' greatest undiscovered experiences.
Don't just visit New Orleans. Savor it.
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Join the festivities with beer, food, music and activities for all including the beer stein holding contest and Dachshund Dash races.
October 9 - 24 (Fridays & Saturdays), Rivertown Section of Kenner, LA
Attend one of the country's premier film festivals - and fastest growing ones at that - right in the heart of New Orleans. Catch Oscar-qualifying films before they hit the big screen at this 8-day festival just steps from Q&C Hotel's front door.
October 15 - 22, Various Theaters
Experience New Orleans, "Home of the Blues", with three days of legendary Blues, Soul and Funk; and of course, a variety of delicious BBQ.
October 16 - 18, New Orleans’ Lafayette Square Park
Worship the music at this annual three-day music festival over Halloween Weekend. Performances by Florence and the Machine, Girl Talk, Modest Mouse and more.
Oct 30 - Nov 1, City Park
Boudin, Bourbon and Beer is an annual fundraising festival featuring boudin, a local specialty of meat and rice, made by chefs from around the city. Live music by St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Elle King, and Sweet Crude (and more!), and open bars by Abita, Buffalo Trace, and Au Bon Climat.
November 13, Champion Square
Stay in the center of the Mardi Gras action with a room at Q&C Hotel/Bar. Walking distance to the parade routes and just a few blocks from the infamous Bourbon Street, join us for the celebration that makes New Orleans famous.