About the Hotel

The Maison Dupuy is ideally located in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans, only two blocks from the hustle and bustle of Bourbon Street, nestled in a charming, residential section of the French Quarter. Our newly renovated courtyard features of the one of the largest heated swimming pools in the French Quarter, along with cabana beds and upscale pool furniture for your relaxation. Enjoy a cocktail poolside or relax in our casual Bistreaux Restaurant and Bar.

Our Complimentary Wi-Fi lets you stay connected at all times.

The central location of the Maison Dupuy makes it easy to explore the restaurants, shops and local attractions in New Orleans and the French Quarter. We are a short walk to Jackson Square, Cafe Du Monde for beignets, shopping at the French Market and strolling down Royal Street. Hear the best of New Orleans music within walking distance from the hotel, including the House of Blues and Frenchman Street. The Central Business District and Superdome are close by with a short ride on the New Orleans Streetcar. We are now one of the closest hotels, just one block away, to the new streetcar line which will begin operation in the Fall of 2016.

The Maison Dupuy Hotel is ADA compliant with all regulations, including but not limited to ADA access throughout the hotel’s facilities, allowing service animals by persons with disabilities, and permitting the use of manually powered devices intended for the use by individuals with disabilities.

More than a Hotel

Meetings and Banquets – Businesses have the opportunity to make their events stand out by hosting meetings and banquets at the Maison Dupuy. With beautiful accommodations and the excitement of Bourbon Street only two blocks away, attendees will certainly look forward to your meeting and/or event.

Courtyard Weddings – The Courtyard of the Maison Dupuy is a much sought after location for picturesque French Quarter weddings. With more than 2,600 square feet of space for the ceremony and the reception, the Maison Dupuy can comfortably accommodate up to 200 guests.

Restaurant – The Maison Dupuy offers delicious Creole and American cuisine in the Bistreaux, a casual venue offering beautiful views of the French Quarter through floor to ceiling windows which frame this enticing restaurant and bar. Enjoy cocktails at the Bar or the beautiful lush French Quarter Courtyard.

History - The Beginning of the Maison Dupuy

The present day Maison Dupuy Hotel may typify French Quarter eclectic grandeur, but through the years the site represented function more than form. It was originally the location of the nation’s first cotton press. Later utilized for industry, the intersection of Rue Toulouse and Rue Burgundy housed various sheet metal companies. It wasn’t until the 1970s that the location was developed for the purpose of a hotel. After years of submitting plans to the historical preservation board, the Dupuy brothers were successful in earning the necessary approval, and the Maison Dupuy opened its doors in 1973. The Maison Dupuy is the last hotel to have been built in the historic French Quarter, as the Vieux Carre Commission banned the future development of hotels in that neighborhood in 1975.

The hotel was created by joining five neighboring townhouses. The buildings reflect an ornate style with French doors, long windows and wrought iron balconies draping many of the five floors. The interior of these adjoined brick edifices marks the perimeter of the French Quarter’s largest and most scenic courtyard. The centerpiece of the property, the courtyard exemplifies the romantic charm of the neighborhood. A bubbling, three-tiered, marble fountain is a focal point. Guests can enjoy the large swimming pool and outdoor dining day and night when the weather permits. Lush, tropical foliage shades the courtyard and creates a sense of privacy and intimacy in what is actually a large space. The mood is magical in the courtyard at the Maison Dupuy. It is a lovely locale to enjoy a lingering meal, celebrate a special occasion or just relax and appreciate what is unique New Orleans charm.

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