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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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great location, but needs some improvement.

Apr 6, 2020 ashwood3371 Soquel, California

We stayed 3 nights beginning of March. Asked for a courtyard balcony months ahead of our visit. Received a street-side balcony. Turned out we liked this best as there was a St. Paddy's Day parade, ending at Irish pub just across the street. Fun to observe. The dining room/bar service definitely needs improving. Service was very slow, left… Read more
We stayed 3 nights beginning of March. Asked for a courtyard balcony months ahead of our visit. Received a street-side balcony. Turned out we liked this best as there was a St. Paddy's Day parade, ending at Irish pub just across the street. Fun to observe. The dining room/bar service definitely needs improving. Service was very slow, left folks standing at the door for long periods of time before being seated. Ordered glasses of wine and got them 25 minutes later. On another topic, we were turned off by the "game" played by the hotel valets and the taxi drivers stationed across the street. We observed from our balcony how the taxi drivers all paid the valets some amount of money as guests got into the taxis. We decided not to play their game and instead ordered up UBER. As we exited the hotel, the valet knew what we were doing, proceeded through the glass door ahead of me hauling my suitcase, and slammed the door in my face. Then a taxi driver slowly drove by us and said insulting things. Best memory was a visit to the Mardi Gras warehouse. It offers a free shuttle pick-up but they don't tell you when they might go out of service. We got stranded. Back to UBER. Also concierge in the hotel was so helpful figuring out where to eat, etc. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great location at a great value

Apr 1, 2020 maryjoycer715 Lansdale, United States

Really great boutique hotel in an amazing location. The rooms are quaint and the courtyard/pool area are really beautiful. The concierge was extremely knowledgeable and super helpful. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a great place to stay within walking distance of all major sites in New Orleans.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Exotic Hotel In French Quarter, Convenient Location, Friendly Staff.

Apr 1, 2020 Biz C

Excellent stay at this hotel. The location was in the French Quarter and it was a close walk to the action but far enough so you do not hear the craziness of NOLA. The hotel itself is very exotic and does not look like your modern Sheraton or Marriot. Instead it has that French styled charm with an excellent courtyard and spacious room. Small gym… Read more
Excellent stay at this hotel. The location was in the French Quarter and it was a close walk to the action but far enough so you do not hear the craziness of NOLA. The hotel itself is very exotic and does not look like your modern Sheraton or Marriot. Instead it has that French styled charm with an excellent courtyard and spacious room. Small gym which was functional and your average hotel gym. Got a room with a shared balcony which was nice. The only downside which was a bit of a disappointment and which I could only give 4 stars was that I was told the pool heater does not function when the temperature is in the 60’s. There should be some heat when it’s in the 60’s. That’s still chilli especially in the morning. I was told the heater only operates when the temperature is in the 40’s. Was there when it was in the 60s and wanted to enjoy the pool after a long day. Otherwise no biggie especially if you don’t use pools. The courtyard itself was nice to relax. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Excellent Stay

Mar 31, 2020 julesmcfc Manchester, United Kingdom

We stayed here as a party of 5 for 3 nights before going on a cruise.Which unfortunately was cancelled due to the Corovid virus. The hotel was in a good position to stroll to the bars and restaurants of the French quarter,also to the waterfront and parks nearby. The hotel was very comfortable and clean.We enjoyed a jazz brunch on the Saturday good… Read more
We stayed here as a party of 5 for 3 nights before going on a cruise.Which unfortunately was cancelled due to the Corovid virus. The hotel was in a good position to stroll to the bars and restaurants of the French quarter,also to the waterfront and parks nearby. The hotel was very comfortable and clean.We enjoyed a jazz brunch on the Saturday good food reasonably priced and the band and singers were excellent. We need to mention Roy on the concierge desk as he was a fountain of knowledge recommending restaurants to go to and places to visit. He assisted us when we found that we did not have printed tickets for the jazz cruise on the Natchez . Most helpful printing the tickets for us as without these even after having paid for the cruise we would not have been able to go on. So thank you Roy !!!!! As I mentioned our holiday was cut short as we had to return home early due to the current crisis. If we ever return to New Orleans we would definitely return to this Hotel. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Good Spot but disgruntled

Mar 26, 2020 Andread030 Warrington, United Kingdom

We spent 2 nights – 3 days at this hotel after returning from a cruise ship. The hotel is in an excellent position in the French quarter just two blocks from Bourbon street and 5 blocks to Jackson sq. Our room was ready for us to occupy as soon as we arrived it was in the old part of the hotel but was large clean and comfortable with plenty of hot… Read more
We spent 2 nights – 3 days at this hotel after returning from a cruise ship. The hotel is in an excellent position in the French quarter just two blocks from Bourbon street and 5 blocks to Jackson sq. Our room was ready for us to occupy as soon as we arrived it was in the old part of the hotel but was large clean and comfortable with plenty of hot water and snowy white towels, like many in the French quarter the hotel has kept some original features including the original Gas lanterns- outside the hotel and in the downstairs corridor all still in working order giving it a lovely quaint feel, The hotel court yard is a little gem with a small swimming pool and lights in the evening which seems the very popular here in the French quarter. Being English and Coeliac I found eating out in New Orleans very difficult so we ate in the hotel most of the time, there they had an understanding of the disease, only to find that on the last evening we were overcharged greatly for meals one of which was returned to the kitchen a inedible and we were promised it would be refunded of the bill. We didn’t realise until we arrived home. I have been in touch with the hotel but as yet had no reply (it maybe because of the lock down situation at the moment) but even so this has left me feeling very disgruntled and disillusioned at what could have been a very enjoyable stay. I know that I didn’t sign the bill for this amount in the restaurant so the motto is - check your bill thoroughly before leaving because it seems that they don’t want to know afterwards Read less