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 NCA Centennial Convention

March 16-19, 2011

New Orleans

The Roosevelt, New Orleans
123 Baronne Street, New Orleans  

Mark Your 2011 Calendar for the Premier Coffee Industry Event of the Century!

The Centennial Convention will take place at the historic Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans. Join your colleagues from across the industry and the globe as we come together to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the National Coffee Association.


The Roosevelt, New Orleans (Headquarter Hotel)
The moment you enter the block-long canopy of golden columns and crystal chandeliers, there’s little question that your stay will be anything short of grand. Originally one of the South’s first grand hotels, a $145 million restoration has returned The Roosevelt to its place as the premier luxury hotel in New Orleans. Now a part of the prestigious Waldorf Astoria Collection™, this landmark combines elegant guest rooms, historic dining and entertainment venues, luxurious meeting spaces and new indulgences like Guerlain Spa for a truly legendary experience in the heart of the city.


Click here to reserve your room at the Centennial Convention headquarter hotel. Rates start at $239/night.

therooseveltneworleans.com
or call 1-800-WALDORF / 1-504-648-1200
Don't forget to mention NCA to take advantage of the event rate.

Click here for a PDF of alternate hotels in the New Orleans area.  Please note that NCA has not negotiated rates for these venues.

Information About New Orleans

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- Charles Kuralt
from Charles Kuralt’s America

What to do in New Orleans? The answer is simple yet resounding. Do as the New Orleanians do: indulge, savor and celebrate. Indulge your senses, savor New Orleans’ rich cultural experience and celebrate everything that – even after 203 years of the greatest achievements and the steepest challenges – still makes New Orleans America’s most unique, authentic and enthralling destination. Your exploration of the many sensory extravagances that endure in the unique city of New Orleans begins here – enjoy the journey!

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