New Orleans launches travel website

4th Apr 2011 has launched a new, full-service website that helps travellers make decisions and book vacations to the popular U.S. travel destination. The site is powered by Cyllenius, the technology and solutions division of—the world’s No. 1 city travel website. combines Cyllenius’ unique easy-to-use travel shopping cart technology with an in-depth online travel guide. The site’s content was created and will be maintained by experts who live and breathe New Orleans every day. Its focus is on providing visitors an unparalleled content and technology experience to make planning and booking a trip as easy as possible.

With a wide range of options, will offer hand-picked hotels, in addition to air and hotel packages from as many as 1,700 cities worldwide through a global network of 400 airlines.

From Mardi Gras to the French Quarter, outlines every travel option with its comprehensive content supported by photos, video and interactive maps. On the site, visitors can find constantly-updated information on the city’s world-renowned festivals, music scene, popular attractions, tours, nightlife and world-class dining options.

“We’re thrilled to see the updated site launch with the technology in place,” said Don Jones, CEO of “Our focus remains on making vacation planning to New Orleans as easy and convenient as possible, while also providing useful information and recommendations within the content pages. We aim to be the one-stop-shop for all visitors to our city.”

ADVERTISEMENT’s platform and efforts, which now support, include nearly 500 staff members, including bi-lingual 24/7 customer service in English and Spanish, and award-winning marketing and technical teams.


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