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A collection of historic townhouses and "bachelor quarters" make up this charmer with a delightfully secluded vibe amid the hustle and bustle of the French Quarter. The main building dates back to the 1780s, and was once home to the apothecary Antoine Amedee Peychaud, who created New Orleans's now-legendary Sazerac cocktail. Elegance and romance abound: tapestry-covered chairs, a fire flickering in the sitting room, and antiques-furnished rooms all contribute to a 19th-century
feel. Some rooms are in the former "bachelor quarters" in the courtyard, others are on the upper floors of the main house, and there's also a two-story suite in the carriage house. Complimentary Wi-Fi and refreshments are part of the experience, and the hotel often hosts fun activities, like the three-day, adults-only Ghost Hunter "summer camp."
Hotel Award Winner | 2013
Jan 27, 2014
After looking forward to staying at Maison de Ville, our flight out of Dallas along with all other flights for the next 30 hours were cancelled due to icy conditions in New Orleans. After hiding from me for 3 days, I finally got through to someone at the hotel to inquire about refunding or at least rescheduling my reservation. I was told emphatically that they would not refund a dime of my reservation nor would they even entertain the idea about
crediting me for a future stay. Steer clear of this place. Unless my bank credits me back, they have screwed me out of $800.