We want your experience to be as seamless as possible. If you’ll be joining us from out of town, take a look through a wide range of accommodation and transportation options. We’ve also provided a guide for restaurants and attractions to check out while you’re here.
Visit Made Simple
The Jung Hotel & Residences is offering Fraud Academy attendees a discounted rate of $139.00 a night.
Each guestroom includes complimentary WiFi, local calls, bottled water, a work station, laptop safe, flat screen high definition TV, and Bluetooth alarm clock with USB charging ports. Guests have access to a state-of-the-art fitness center, rooftop pool and bar, on-site restaurant, coffee house and valet parking.
Ice chests in guest rooms are not permitted.
What You Need
The Jung Hotel & Residences is located at 1500 Canal Street in downtown New Orleans. NOTE: The main entrance is located around the corner at 128 LaSalle Street.
The hotel will provide parking to guests attending Fraud Academy at a reduced rate of $25.00 for up to one vehicle per room night.
CANAL STREET STREETCAR
The Jung is conveniently located directly in front of the Canal Street Streetcar stop. Guests may take the streetcar to visit points of interest that include the New Orleans Museum of Art, Cemeteries, Mississippi Riverfront, Audubon Insectarium and Aquarium of the Americas, casino, Shops at Canal Place and the French Quarter. The Canal at LaSalle stop is for inbound service and Canal at Marais is the stop for outbound service.
Transportation services are offered from the airport via airport shuttle or private car. 25 minutes to/from New Orleans International Airport (MSY), servicing all major airlines.
11 miles to Lakefront Airport for private jets
RESTAURANTS & SIGHTSEEING
For Your Stay
There seems to be a never-ending list of mouthwatering cuisine when it comes to New Orleans. Whether you want Creole, Cajun or Seafood, it's just a short walk away!
The same can be said about the historic architecture. New Orleans has some of the most beautifully designed buildings in the world. Venture out of downtown New Orleans to enjoy the French Quarter, visit The National WWII Museum, or listen to jazz music on Frenchmen Street.