Maison Dupuy Hotel
What We Love
- A luxurious and restored French Quarter hotel just two blocks from Bourbon Street
- The luxurious touches of this beautiful restored hotel
- Opting for a room with a balcony to enjoy the classic French Quarter experience
- Diving into your deluxe pillowtop mattress, after a full day of revelry
- Starting your stay with a complimentary welcome drink
What To Know
- Bistreaux restaurant serves dishes with a Creole Southern influence, and its Bloody Mary's are a must-try
- It's a five-minute walk to Jackson Square
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Laissez les bons temps rouler, as they say, or let the good times roll,
in America’s most European city. In New Orleans’ historic Vieux Carré
district, French and Spanish influences mingle over cobblestone streets,
and the magical Maison Dupuy is at the heart of it all. This hotel
strikes a stunning profile at the sought-after corner of Burgundy and
Toulouse Streets, and arched doorways and wrought-iron balconies give
way to beautiful modern interiors.
New Orleans is a dining and
drinking mecca, where the options are plentiful, the seafood is fresh
and the libations are available to go. So, once you’ve settled into your
contemporary abode, set out for another street that might ring a bell:
Bourbon. Here, grab your Tropical Isle Hand Grenade cocktail in a yard
cup, sing a karaoke song or two, and take a stroll past all the
double-gallery homes. Your Maison Dupuy abode will give you the perfect
address for a Big Easy stay to remember – if you can remember it.
Maison Dupuy captures the distinct style of the New
Orleans French Quarter, while offering modern comforts to ensure a
comfortable stay. Deluxe King rooms are spacious, with courtyard or
Quarter views and a king bed, while a Double Double Deluxe features the
same floor plan and amenities, but with two full-sized beds. For an
added bit of luxury, opt for the same bedding configuration, but in a
room with a beautiful balcony that overlooks the French Quarter or Dupuy
Dupuy’s restaurant, Bistreaux, offers an authentic French Quarter
experience, all day long. Boasting “inspired comfort food,” the eatery
brings the flavors of the Creole South together, breakfast through
dinner. Eggs Boudreaux (poached eggs, tasso hash cakes, and hollandaise
on house-made English muffins) in the morning, crab remoulade (fried
green tomatoes, topped with Louisiana jumbo-lump crab) for lunch and BBQ
shrimp and grits for dinner make for one incredibly comforting culinary
The legendary French Quarter
is unlike anywhere else in America – French, Spanish and Creole
influences and flavors set it apart and make it one of the country’s
most beloved destinations. A short cab ride from the airport, the
Quarter is best experienced on foot, from the smoky jazz clubs to the
airy al fresco cafés. There’s plenty more to experience in the
surrounding area beyond it, too. An airboat tour of the nearby swamps
and wetlands, a bike tour through City Park or a streetcar ride down St.
Charles Avenue will have you seeing a different side of the city – and
planning your return visit before you’ve even left.
How to Get There
We stayed at several hotels in NOLA, more often in the past few years since our son moved there for work. This was hands down our favorite. The style and layout of the hotel created a great atmosphere. Loved the courtyard and our balcony. Since our room faced the courtyard it was relatively quiet at night. The staff, from front desk to the restaurant to housekeeping were all super accommodating, efficient and friendly. We ended up eating several times in the restaurant because the quality was so good and the atmosphere very pleasant. Especially enjoyed the Sunday Jazz Brunch. The location was excellent, it was a fairly easy walk to everything we wanted to do, but kind of on the edge of the quarter too, so away from the rowdiness. Will definitely be looking to stay there again when we visit again in the future.
We had a wonderful stay in one of the Deluxe King balcony rooms overlooking the courtyard.The hotel was beautifully decorated for the holidays. Friendly staff throughout the hotel. Great location in the French Quarter. Courtyard had Christmas music playing we could hear from our room. We enjoyed sitting on the balcony before the rain hit. Only complaint was due to other guests being really loud really late at night in the hallway as the doors didn't block the sounds. Restaurant had amazing food and drinks. We would definitely stay here again.
Great place for a meeting!
Best kept secret for a hotel stay in the French Quarter. Great courtyard for authentic New Orleans experience.
The rooms are large and very clean. Staff is friendly and helpful. Walking distance to the best restaurants in town but the hotel's bistro is very good.
Only 2 blocks to Bourbon Street but in a quiet residential area of the French Quarter.
Couldn't have picked a better location, within walking distance of most anything you could want. Elena & Craig at the Maison Dupuy were amazing, so fun and friendly and with a wealth of local knowledge and recommendations. Food was a little cold and the room service could have been better, but I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the area.
We selected The Maison Dupuy based on guest reviews and Trip Advisor 2018 Certificate of Excellence, key factors in choosing accommodations while visiting New Orleans, French Quarter. Regrettably, their efforts could not rectify presence of mold, no heat and unclean room. We were disappointed with the quality of the room(s) as mold was visible in both rooms, substituted room had inoperable heating unit, air vents covered in mold and dust, unusable shower/tub visibly unclean.