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The renowned French Impressionist master Edgar Degas lived and painted at the elegant New Orleans B&B that now bears his name. Owned by the Degas Foundation, The Degas House is America's Premier Art Bed & Breakfast. Located in the historic Esplanade Ridge neighborhood, close to the French Quarter, experience New Orleans from the same vantage... more
The HH Whitney House, an Italianate style family home in New Orleans, was built circa 1865 and recently restored to its original grandeur. The home boasts some of the most unique and original plaster work found anywhere in the city and was featured in the book New Orleans Architecture - Volume V: The Esplanade Ridge. The historic Esplanade Ridge... more
Located in the heart of the historic French Quarter, The St. Louis is a small luxury hotel with a magnificent courtyard and one of the city's premier restaurants, Louis XVI Restaurant Francais. In the 1997 Conde Nast Readers Choice Poll, The Saint Louis Hotel was ranked in the top 3 hotels in the South and number one in the French Quarter for its... more
Strictly Bohemian, La Dauphine, Residence des Artistes is by its own description a "very laid back guest house". The century old Victorian, just four blocks from the French Quarter and located in the artsy Faubourg Marigny area, is owned by an artist/travel writer who is a native of New Orleans. With guests from all over the world, many who... more
The blend of colorful styles at Loews New Orleans Hotel creates a spectacular New Orleans vacation. Rising above the French Quarter, the Mississippi River and downtown New Orleans, Loews New Orleans Hotel offers 285 oversized suites – including the Grand Luxury Suite, the largest in New Orleans – along with a fitness center and the onsite... more
In its 180 years, the Hotel Chateau Dupré has been home to statesmen, magnates, and matriarchs of New Orleans society. Now, you too can sleep beneath the Inn's grand ceilings and enjoy the charming hospitality of its 54 guest rooms and suites. It is just a stroll to the French Quarter's attractions.... more
Built in 1860, the Dauphine House offers cozy rooms with hardwood floors and 12-foot ceilings. Dauphine House is conveniently located one and a half blocks from the Quarter, and just around the corner from Bourbon Street. Guests can easily walk to all of our renown restaurants and entertainment.... more
In almost any novel set in New Orleans, the main characters will meet at the Pontchartrain. The Pontchartrain Hotel has been and continues to be the Grand Dame of New Orleans, home to celebrities and respected around the world. Set in the heart of New Orleans' historic Garden District, The Pontchartrain offers European-style service, unpretentious... more
The Lafitte Guest House on Bourbon Street in New Orleans has been featured in a wide variety of magazines from travel to decorating. Offering stately elegance and unmatched personal service, its fine antiques and furnishings have been collected from around the world to lend authenticity unsurpassed by any other abode in the Vieux Carré.... more
Maison Perrier, once a New Orleans "Gentleman's Club" where a Mrs. Moore lived with her an unusually large number of "nieces" and entertained until all hours, had become a respectable painted lady. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Maison Perrier is located in the Uptown/Garden District area of the city. The rooms are still... more
The legendary Roosevelt Hotel returns to New Orleans, renovated forward and back to a storied past. The Roosevelt New Orleans was a favorite of luminaries including Bob Hope, Louis Armstrong and Jack Benny. Today, it's a premiere luxury New Orleans hotel with all the ambiance of one of the South's original grand hotels. Each of its 504 rooms and... more
Recognized as a Bed & Breakfast of the Year by the city of New Orleans, the Parkview Marigny offers elegance and convenience. Bordering on Washington Square Park, Parkview is two blocks from the French Quarter, and one block from the many restaurants and music clubs of Frenchmen Street.... more
Surrounded by a unique and intricate 140 year-old "cornstalk" cast iron fence, the Cornstalk Hotel is small but elegant National Register Hotel in the Heart of the French Quarter. In perhaps the most distinctive and most photographed of the small inns of the French Quarter, you will have a unique experience of Victorian charm in the Vieux Carre'.... more