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Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel Presents "Art at the Arts"

RLife LIVE Event Showcases Local Artists Through May 30th

NEW ORLEANS, LA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/19/14 -- The Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel is delighted to welcome local artists to showcase their creations at the property's latest RLife LIVE event, "Art at the Arts." This special showcase will feature some of New Orleans' best up-and-coming as well as established artists every Friday through May 30th.

From 5-7PM each Friday, the hotel will spotlight various local artists and offer "3 for $3" drink specials, as well: $3 featured wine by the glass, $3 Martinis and Cosmopolitans, $3 domestic beers, and food specials.

This exhibition is just one of the exciting RLife LIVE events at this conveniently located hotel near Bourbon Street. RLife LIVE is an exclusive, free hotel art and music series that offers guests a chance to check out emerging talent and known artists who perform or showcase their work in the hotel lobby, bar and/or restaurant.

Since 2010, RLife LIVE has showcased an eclectic fleet of emerging artists and popular performers at various Renaissance Hotels such as David Banegas, Robin Thicke, Thievery Corporation, Bruno Mars, Robyn, Janelle Monae and Neon Trees, among others. For more information, visit Facebook.com/RenaissanceNewOrleansArts.

Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel, located in a historic warehouse dating from 1910, elegantly captures the sophistication of a bygone area while maintaining a contemporary flair. This boutique hotel offers over 200 beautifully appointed rooms and suites, many with breathtaking views.

For guests seeking a unique downtown French cuisine in New Orleans, the Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel spoils them with an array of options, including on-site Rene Bistrot. Guests can savor superb French cuisine, prepared by celebrated Master Chef Rene Bajeux. For event planners, the hotel's 5,000-square foot elegant meeting space will delight.

The hotel's location in the heart of the Arts District near the French Quarter, places the best of New Orleans at guests' fingertips. They can easily visit attractions such as Harrah's Casino, Audubon Aquarium, the Louisiana Superdome and many museums -- just moments away. With a stay in the Arts District, guests can enjoy all Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel has to offer.

About the Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel

This New Orleans boutique hotel is situated near Bourbon Street, providing numerous dining and entertainment options. Guests can enjoy savory French bistro-style cuisine at Rene Bistrot, located inside Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel. With 208 lavishly appointed guest rooms and nine spacious suites on five floors, the AAA 4-Diamond Renaissance also offers 5 meeting rooms with 5,000 sq. ft. of total meeting space. Guests are invited to discover the best of Crescent City with Renaissance's "Navigator" recommendations at this Bourbon Street-area boutique hotel.

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