Maison Dupuy Hotel in New Orleans, LA
vacationsmadeeasy.com/NewOrleansLA/">New Orleans, only two short blocks from the excitement of the infamous Bourbon Street. Whether you are traveling to the French Quarter for business or pleasure, you will surely find accommodations at the Maison Dupuy that will suit your tastes, whether they be simple or elaborate.
Not only is the hotel located within a short walk of Bourbon Street, but guests can also easily walk to several other notable spots in the city including Jackson Square, Royal Street, Cafe Du Monde for incredible beignets or the French Market that offers some of the best shopping opportunities you can find in the French Quarter.
The Maison Dupuy wasn't always a hotel, in fact, it was built as the nations very first cotton press. It wouldn't be until the early 1970s that the building would be converted into use as a hotel, missing the ban on hotel development by the Vieux Carre Commission in 1975. The Maison Dupuy Hotel was the last hotel to be built in the French Quarter and offers the biggest and most elaborate courtyard in the neighborhood.
Accommodations at the Maison Dupuy range from King rooms with modest amenities up to two-floor cottage suites that not only have deluxe amenities like a two-person soaking garden tub and separate shower but also give guests a private courtyard to enjoy. If you are lucky enough to stay in the two-story suite, you will enjoy cooked meals upon request and full service from the professional staff. Make sure to look up the Maison Dupuy Hotel the next time you plan a trip to New Orleans.
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