Maison Dupuy Hotel

New Orleans, Louisiana

The hotel

There’s a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ about this French Quarter hotel. Created from five charming townhouses on the corner of Toulouse and Burgundy, its centrepiece is a roomy courtyard, decked out with a bubbling fountain, stylish loungers and cabanas, and one of the quarter’s largest swimming pools. Designed for socialising, you can enjoy courtyard cocktails and the Creole creations of Maison Dupuy Hotel’s Bistreaux Restaurant there – although the dining room’s just as enticing, with its Renoir-style murals, floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the French Quarter, and Sunday jazz brunch. Of course it comes with a nod to the romantic wrought-iron balconies, French doors, and ornate decadence you’d hope of in a New Orleans nest. And, just two blocks from Bourbon Street, it’s steps from the famous Streetcars, jazz bars, and dining scene.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

In a laid-back residential corner of the French Quarter, this hotel’s just two blocks from all the buzz of Bourbon Street. Its location puts you just a stroll from restaurants, shops, and sights like Jackson Square, Café du Monde, the French Market, Royal Street, House of Blues, and Frenchman Street – and only a block from the new Streetcar line on Rampart Street. Transfer time from Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport: 20 minutes.

Hotel information

All with individual climate control, 37" flatscreen HDTV, complimentary WiFi, alarm clock radio, coffee maker, safe, hairdryer, and iron and board. Rollaway beds and bathrobes available on request. Standard 1 King Rooms have views of the courtyard or French Quarter, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Double Double Deluxe Rooms have views of the courtyard or French Quarter with 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults.

Deluxe King Balcony Rooms have a balcony with views of the courtyard or French Quarter with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe Double Double Balcony Rooms have a balcony with views of the courtyard or French Quarter with 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults.

Bistreaux Restaurant and Bar (Creole and American menu, with cocktail bar, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with Sunday jazz brunch). Outdoor swimming pool (in courtyard, heated, with cabanas, seasonal poolside service from Bistreaux restaurant*). Fitness centre (24-hour). Grab & Geaux gift shop. Room service*. Complimentary WiFi. Concierge. Airport shuttle service available*. Valet parking approx $40 plus tax per day (payable locally; subject to change).

*Denotes local charge.

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Jan 24, 2020 cmtanner9

Great location, has charm, will stay here again. The hotel has age so didn’t expect the perfect newness that you get other places. Was able to walk anywhere we wanted to go. Felt very safe. Room was decently quiet.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Cute Comfy Hotel Close to Bourbon Street but in a Quiet Location

Jan 23, 2020 maryjok456 Chicago, Illinois

We stayed here with a group of 5 friends. We wanted to be close to the action but not "in it" since we thought it might be nice to sleep at night. Rooms were large and beds were comfy - pillows were divine. Staff are all super helpful, we used the concierge several times for ideas on where to go to here some jazz. The Jazz brunch on Sunday is… Read more
We stayed here with a group of 5 friends. We wanted to be close to the action but not "in it" since we thought it might be nice to sleep at night. Rooms were large and beds were comfy - pillows were divine. Staff are all super helpful, we used the concierge several times for ideas on where to go to here some jazz. The Jazz brunch on Sunday is wonderful and reasonably priced. The area around the pool is a great place to meet up with friends before you head out for the day. During the week rooms run around $109 - double it for weekends. The location can not be beat. You can get in and out of the quarter without getting caught up in gridlock traffic. The hotel is walking distance from both the French Quarter and Louis Armstrong Park. Read less
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Jan 23, 2020 SophieCW718 Washington DC, District of Columbia

Great location in the French Quarter but not too close to the craziness of Bourbon Street. This is an older building as evident with the creaky elevators and heavy doors. But the amenities included a fitness room, outdoor pool in the central courtyard which was enclosed and had tables and chairs for you to lounge around. Although the rooms were… Read more
Great location in the French Quarter but not too close to the craziness of Bourbon Street. This is an older building as evident with the creaky elevators and heavy doors. But the amenities included a fitness room, outdoor pool in the central courtyard which was enclosed and had tables and chairs for you to lounge around. Although the rooms were not immaculately cleaned, they were spacious even with 2 double beds. Friendly service from the front desk and concierge. The fruit-infused water dispenser was a major plus to fill my bottle before the start of each day. I would definitely stay here again! Read less
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Jan 22, 2020 okebaum Okeana, Ohio

Everything was just as pictured on the website. Perfect weekend. Bed and pillows were so comfortable. Restaurant was delicious. Location was easily walkable to everything and the people are all so friendly.
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Jan 21, 2020 Safari499908

I apparently didn't read the fine print in what qualifies a standard room. The room was dark, had one small window that didn't open and looked out at a beige stucco wall, thats all you saw. If you craned your neck up, you could see some sky. Front desk didn't offer a switch or upgrade. Very disappointed in room. Restaurant was good. Location good… Read more
I apparently didn't read the fine print in what qualifies a standard room. The room was dark, had one small window that didn't open and looked out at a beige stucco wall, thats all you saw. If you craned your neck up, you could see some sky. Front desk didn't offer a switch or upgrade. Very disappointed in room. Restaurant was good. Location good in quieter end of French Quarter. Read less