Hotel information 

APICS 2014 will be held at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center located at 900 Convention Center Boulevard, New Orleans, LA, 70130.  

Hotel reservations can still be made at selected hotels by using our third-party travel agent. Visit their website or call +1.877.300.6147 (USA) or +1.619.546.7263 (International). These reservations will be made through a third-party travel agent, therefore, any questions regarding hotel policies or payment should be directed to the travel agent or the hotel directly.

If you need to make any changes or cancel an existing reservation, please contact your assigned hotel directly.

Please note: For any cancellations received within 72 hours of arrival of your confirmed reservation, the hotel will charge a 1 night's room and tax to the credit card provided. Hotel may charge a penalty for early check out.


Hilton New Orleans Riverside (APICS 2014 headquarter hotel) 
2 Poydras Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Walking distance to Convention Center: 5 minutes
$192 plus tax single/double

New Orleans Downtown Marriott at the Convention Center 
859 Convention Center Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70130
Walking distance to Convention Center: 2 minutes
$198 plus tax single/double

Sheraton New Orleans
500 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Walking distance to Convention Center: 4 minutes
$199 plus tax single/double

Important Message About Hotel Reservations:

It has come to our attention that unauthorized companies are calling APICS 2014 exhibitors and meeting attendees offering hotel reservations during APICS 2014. Please be advised that the only company authorized to arrange hotel reservations for APICS 2014 attendees is Experient, Inc. If you receive a call or email from any other company offering to make hotel reservations for you over our meeting dates, we urge you not to book with them. These companies are not affiliated with APICS in any way and therefore are not authorized to make reservations on  APICS’s behalf. While the rates may sound good, unauthorized companies typically require non-refundable pre-paid reservations, and often end up moving individuals to other hotels. If you book with any of these unauthorized companies, APICS cannot protect you if there is a problem with your reservation when you arrive in New Orleans.