The city has the highest hotel occupancy rate in the U.S., but it’s not as high as it used to be.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the average hotel occupancy in the New Orleans area in 2018 was 3.7 percent, and that number increased by 2.3 percent during the first half of 2018.
The city also has one of the lowest hotel occupancy rates in the country, at 1.4 percent.
The average rate in New Orleans in 2018 is just below the national average of 2.2 percent.
It’s worth noting that the city’s average rate of hotel occupancy for the first two months of 2019 was just below 2.0 percent.
New Orleans, Louisiana (CNN) The new hotels, according to the hotel company, will be set up at the Claremont Hotel and Casino, The French Quarter, and the Four Seasons in addition to The French Laundry.
The hotels will open on January 9, 2019, and open to the public on March 11.
It is not clear when the city will officially launch these hotels, but the Bureau of Tourism and Economic Development says they will be open to all guests from February to June 2019.
According to the bureau, there are approximately 7,600 hotels in the city, with another 6,000 more under construction or in the works.
The new New Orleans hotels will offer “luxury amenities, a broad selection of restaurant and bar, outdoor pools, outdoor bars, and fitness facilities,” according to The New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Guests will also be able to stay at luxury hotels on the Mississippi River, which has the lowest average river flow in the nation.
The water quality of the river is considered “among the best in the world,” according the New York Times.
According the Bureau, the city has been battling an “epidemic of pollution.”
New Orleans is currently in a state of emergency after the state Department of Health declared the city a “no-go zone” on May 31.
In a press release issued by the mayor, Mayor Mitch Landrieu said that the mayor’s office has asked for help from the private sector to ensure New Orleans has “quality, affordable, high-quality housing and services.”