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The Blue Room

Reminiscent of old Hollywood, The Blue Room is a longtime favorite for dinner and dancing. This exquisite bi-level Ballroom features a grand stage and sparkling crystal chandeliers. You’ll be swept away as the magic from the past that once hosted the stars of stage and screen during the height of the supper club era.

From Boardroom to Ballroom

Steeped in history, The Roosevelt New Orleans is the spectacular setting for unforgettable meetings and events. These splendidly ornate rooms are bathed in the glow of history and celebration. The Roosevelt is here to create your perfect moment - on any scale - with the finest team on hand to support you at every stage. Host intimate gatherings and lavish ceremonies in naturally-lit, historic spaces with capacity up to 1,750 guests.


For high-profile events, executive meetings and special celebrations, The Roosevelt seamlessly blends elegant facilities and expert event planning. Every detail is meticulously tailored to suit the occasion and enhance even the most extraordinary affair.

Mayor's Suite Level

For meetings both intimate and grand, our four Mayor’s Suite Level meeting rooms feature an air wall between them, so we can adjust the size of a room for your meeting needs.

Mezzanine Level

Once featuring a grand staircase to the first floor lobby, the Mezzanine Level boasts our three timeless ballrooms including the Waldorf Astoria Ballroom, the Crescent City Ballroom and the Roosevelt Ballroom. The Waldorf Astoria Ballroom is an elegant step back in time with large gold and crystal tiered chandeliers, Grecian columns and Grecian sculptures set back in the walls. The Crescent City Ballroom, with its arched roof and elegant lighting is a bright and flexible space for meetings or small conventions. The Roosevelt Ballroom is our largest, with adjustable air walls that can divide into five smaller salons.

Second Level

The world’s a stage, and each of our second-floor meeting rooms is named after one of New Orleans’ prominent and historic theaters. The largest of the three, The Orpheum Room, features a stage and three brilliant crystal chandeliers lining the center of the room. For a more intimate occasion, our Prytania and Saenger Rooms are perfect for small board meetings.