Strolling distance to Bourbon Street fun but set just slightly apart from "le bon temps", Dauphine Orleans Hotel is a peaceful hideaway set in a collection of buildings with colorful French Quarter pedigrees. James Audubon painted Birds of America in what's now the breakfast room, and the Victorian-style bar is named for the madam who used to preside over this one-time bordello.
Guestrooms are divided between three buildings: Main House (many of these rooms have wrought-iron balconies overlooking Dauphine Street), the Carriage House with its central courtyard, and Hermann House, once the home of a wealthy 19th century merchant. Each room has a touch of French Quarter décor: a painted armoire, French Provincial-style linens, plantation shutters.
Quiet cottages—with a story to tell
There's more than bourbon at May Baily's Place: stop by and borrow a book from the lending library to read by the pool.
A complimentary continental breakfast buffet with fresh fruit and good coffee is set out each morning.
May Baily's Place is a Victorian-style cottage that was once a well-known bordello: admire portraits of madams by E.J. Bellocq while you sip your Sazerac.
Meetings + Events
Whether you are planning an executive retreat or a board meeting in New Orleans, the Dauphine Orleans Hotel offers attentive service, flexible meeting and event space, and a unique experience for your attendees.
|Patio Board Room||300||20x15||18||-||-||20||16||17|
|Carriage House Courtyard*||756||36x21||30||-||-||44||-||-|
|Hermann House Courtyard*||-||-||60||-||-||-||-||-|
* Courtyard rentals for events require all surrounding guestrooms to be booked for the event's group
3 meeting rooms | 1,056 sqft | 111 guestrooms
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