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The Maison Dupuy

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • quiet yet still close to French Quarter action

    Cons

  • lobby can be cramped at check-in
  • guests should be aware of surroundings if walking late at night

The Maison Dupuy Review

Stay just two blocks from Bourbon Street but in relative tranquility; seven restored 19th-century town houses contain good-sized rooms, some with balconies. The houses surround one of the Quarter's prettiest courtyards, which is anchored by a spectacular fountain: lush tropical greenery and palm trees provide a serene setting for meals and cocktails. For casual dining, Bistreaux serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

2010 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

Just two blocks from rowdy Bourbon Street, this hotel provides a well-priced French Quarter oasis. Tucked behind five restored 19th-century townhouses is one of the neighborhood's prettiest courtyards, anchored by a spectacular fountain. Lush tropical greenery makes it a serene setting for meals or cocktails, and some rooms have balconies overlooking the courtyard. A pool and an excellent restaurant provide additional comforts.

    Hotel Details

  • 187 rooms, 13 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-07-2013

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