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May. 9, 2013 : Front desk staff were excellent and very helpful for directions on how to get around and general conversation around culture of New Orleans. Nice to feel welcome when you are far away from home. The hotel porters were extremely helpful with places to see how to get around storing our luggage, finding us a cab very pleasant and kind!

May. 9, 2013 : Rutha our room service person was wonderful! What a joy to wake up to a smile and just the right amount of coffee. After the first day she knew what we needed and brought it without us asking. Our whole stay was fabulous and i would recommend this hotel to everyone!

May. 9, 2013 : Great Experience, really enjoyed our stay and will definitely visit again. Really appreciated the bellhop/valet service they were great, really friendly, accommodating and extremely helpful. The room was nice and the people at the front desk were very helpful and accommodating as well.

Apr. 30, 2013 : Nice staff. Bolton was great in helping with car and baggage.

Apr. 27, 2013 : The hotel was wonderful. We had our wedding there on April 19, 2013. Near the Quarter and things to do without being noisy. Great staff who were very polite, helpful and quick to act if we or one of our guests needed something. Cute, clean well kept rooms. Very satisfied with all aspects of our stay! Would definitely stay again!

Apr. 24, 2013 : This was our first time in New Orleans and not sure when we would be going back again but we found your hotel to be excellent nothing to complain about. Thank you!

Apr. 18, 2013 : Thre front desk was very accomodating when i asked to move my room futher away from the elevator. Took them all of 3 minutes to change my room. The bell hops were super good, took care of my luggage efficiently and were very helpful with directions.

Apr. 14, 2013 : In an attempt to escape the long New York winter my Husband and I try and spend our anniversary in warmer weather every year. Having flown to vegas twice we wanted a new city to explore. New Orleans sounded right to us. Having never been we rolled the dice on the Maison Dupuy located smack dab in the French Quarter. Boy are we glad we did, this is a beautiful hotel with a wonderfully gracious staff. We had a junior suite with a balcony that looked down on the majestic fountain in our hotels courtyard where we would sip chickory coffee while basking in the sun. We were thrilled to pass our hotel as part of the Royal carriage tour because of it's beautiful courtyard. The Bistreaux located next to the hotels main elevator was where we started our day with a breakfast buffet loaded with fresh fruit and lots of savory breakfast fair. The wait staff was friendly and accomodating. I don't think we walked through the lobby without a staff member wishing us a great day, and the houskeeping staff always had a smile and greeting for us. We were blocks away from Bourbon Street, close enough to visit but far enough not to be disturbed by it. I felt safe walking around at night and the only drinking I imbibed was the delicious coffee and the culture. I loved it!!!

Apr. 11, 2013 : The hotel is beautiful and the location is great. I was greeted with the great customer service from the parking attendants, front desk staff and housekeeping. The manager on duty Mr. Kendal Toles was simply awesome. I'm already planning my next visit to the city and will be staying at this fine hotel. I would highly recommend the Maison Dupuy. If you want a beautiful hotel where the staff is great and the location is even greater then this is your place. Relaxing and serene. I almost forgot the restaurant is great!

Apr. 11, 2013 : We appreciated the hotel's small size, attentive staff, excellent location, quality for price, and pool. We would have appreciated queeen rather than double beds, and overall, the room, while clean and neat, could use some freshening. The bathroom could use updating, including a fan (but the external sink was a great bonus). Without a fridge in it, the dresser could be improved by having more drawers. And the random hospital-like stool next to the bed should just be removed. Thanks for asking.

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