1001 Rue Toulouse
New Orleans, LA 70112
Nightly Rates: ( 169.66 - 195.30 )
The Maison Dupuy Hotel is one of the finest boutique hotels in New Orleans with the citys most beautiful French Quarter courtyard. The world-renowned Dominiques Restaurant and its famous Sunday Jazz Brunch are only two extraordinary amenities offered by this exquisite French Quarter Property. The Hotel has been named on the Conde Nast Traveler annual Gold List. The prestigious Gold List consists of the Worlds Best Places to Stay. The Maison Dupuy Hotel is one of only four hotels in Louisiana and one of only 172 in the United States chosen for the Conde Nast Gold List. The Maison Dupuy Hotel is renowned for its architecture and its ambiance, offering its guests 200 unique, spacious rooms with marble baths. Some rooms overlook the lavish courtyard with fountain and heated pool while other rooms showcase the sights and sounds of the French Quarter. Guests enjoy the out-door Jacuzzi hot tub, the modern fitness room, the conveniences of an on-site concierge, and state-of-the-art data ports, voice mail systems and video games. The Maison Dupuy Hotel is centrally located in the heart of New Orleans? historic French Quarter, situated just two blocks from world-famous Bourbon and Royal Streets. It is within walking distance to New Orleans' unique attractions including antique shops, art galleries, Jackson Square, and the Aquarium of the Americas. It?s conveniently located near the New Orleans? Central Business District, the Convention Center, Garden District, Superdome and the New Orleans? Arena. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff prides themselves on their first-class southern hospitality and can arrange for on-site pick-up to Louisiana?s famous swamp, plantation, cemetery and city tours.
· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 3:00 PM
· Check out time is 12:00 PM
· 200 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 5 floors.
The Maison Dupuy Hotel is the proud home to the Internationally-acclaimed Dominique??s Restaurant. The restaurant has been recognized by some of the countries top magazines such as Esquire Magazine, Wine Spectator and Bon Appetit. The popular Sunday Jazz