A World Class Venue for a World Class Conference

Everything you need to know about meeting the best of legal tech in New Orleans

Venue


The 2018 Clio Cloud Conference is returning to the Hyatt Regency Hotel in New Orleans Thursday and Friday, October 4 & 5, 2018. We recommend staying right on site so you’re as close to the action as possible. Hurry, these rooms won’t last.

Hotel info:

Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Orleans

601 Loyola Ave

New Orleans, LA

70113 USA

Tel: 1-888-421-1442

Booking info:

Book online: https://aws.passkey.com/go/cliocloud2018

24-Hour reservations line: 1-888-591-1234

Reference: Clio Cloud 2018

There is only one, official, exclusive group room block for the conference! Please be cautious of hotel booking scams. Book your reservation using the booking info provided or by reaching out to the hotel directly.

Does the conference layout accommodate wheelchairs and accessibility needs?

The Hyatt Regency Hotel, New Orleans has ADA compliant facilities and accessible rooms available. We’ve made sure that the entire conference space can accommodate a variety of accessibility needs. If you have any concerns, please feel free to email the Clio Cloud Conference team at conference@clio.com and we will do our absolute best to make sure you have a fantastic experience.

Experience New Orleans


Tours:

For the ghost enthusiast:

Explore the spookiest parts of the French Quarter and get a history lesson along the way with a variety of Ghost Walking Tours (some require payment upfront, or after the tour ends by donation).

Or, check out a Cemetery Tour to discover why New Orleans is considered one of the most—if not the most—haunted cities in all of North America. Graves are above-ground in New Orleans because of the water table. You’ll have lots of choices. We recommend a visit to St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 where you'll see the tomb of famous Voodoo medicine woman Marie Laveau, the resting place of civil rights icon Homer Plessy, and the pyramid-shaped vault that Nicolas Cage owns for his own future burial. Most cemeteries cost money to visit and portions of proceeds are donated back to conservation societies.

For the history buff:

Located approximately one hour outside of the city, there are a variety of Plantation Tours you can take, including a tour of the Laura Plantation, a Creole plantation, beautiful Oak Alley, or others that focus on the history of slavery such as the Whitney Plantation.

Just a short trip from the Hyatt Regency is the National WWII Museum. This experiential museum honors the past with poignant narratives and interactive multimedia exhibits, and also features a 4D theater.

For the animal lover:

Don’t miss the famous New Orleans Swamp Tours! Take a high-speed boat tour through Cajun Country’s swamps and bayous, and explore the wildlife population of alligators, snakes, frogs, turtles, fish, and more.

For the music lover:

Music is the heart and soul of New Orleans and its influence is found across the city. From jazz and blues, to the famous tradition of second lines, a trip here isn’t complete until you’ve taken in a show. Make sure you also swing by Frenchman Street for great live music bars and the famous Preservation Hall. If your history and music interests overlap, check out A Closer Walk for an excellent block-by-block music history of New Orleans featuring details on Congo Square through to Tipitina’s.

Restaurants and food

From gumbo to jambalaya, the must-try list of foods in New Orleans is long, but one we recommend is the famous beignet donuts from Cafe du Monde. There’s a 24-hour location in the French Quarter next to the Mississippi River, and don’t forget to bring cash as they do not accept credit. Some of our other favorites include Cochon, Parkway Bakery & Tavern, Willie Mae’s Scotch House, Mother’s Restaurant, and Jacques-Imos.