Dauphine Orleans Hotel | French Quarter Hotel in New Orleans, LA
Imaginary Image

Escape to Grace and Quiet

Boutique French Quarter Hotel

Quaint Creole cottage-style guestrooms and a restored carriage house beckon you to a hideaway just a stroll away from Bourbon Street. Conversations in intimate courtyards, cocktails sipped on a Southern porch, toes dipped in a refreshing salt-water pool – savor simple pleasures in this warm, one-of-a-kind setting.

For an update on our policies & procedures following COVID-19, please click here.

Book direct and receive complimentary WiFi
Rooms
Home
Home

COVID-19 Updates

For an update on our policies & procedures following COVID-19, please click here.

COVID-19 Updates
Book Now & Save up to 20%

Summer Sizzlin'

Book your summer vacation now and save up to 20% off your advance purchase.

Summer Sizzlin’
COVID-19 Updates
COVID-19 Updates
Summer Sizzlin’
Summer Sizzlin'
Imaginary Image
Gallery
Home
Home

Tranquility in the Crescent City

Accommodations

Choose from the Dauphine Orleans’ three unique and historic buildings, including the 18th-century Carriage House, gracious 19th-century Hermann House. Inside, exposed brick, large windows, and cypress ceiling beams whisper of storied, Southern hospitality in a relaxed corner of the French Quarter.

Imaginary Image

Small Weddings & Elopements

Let your happily-ever-after begin at the Dauphine Orleans Hotel, the perfect setting for intimate wedding celebrations of up to 50 guests. A place where breezy palms, Southern porches, and old English brick courtyards set the stage for an unforgettable day.

Home
Home
Home

Small Weddings & Elopements

Let your happily-ever-after begin at the Dauphine Orleans Hotel, the perfect setting for intimate wedding celebrations of up to 50 guests. A place where breezy palms, Southern porches, and old English brick courtyards set the stage for an unforgettable day.

Imaginary Image
Home
Home
Home
Effortless enjoyment upon arrival

Amenities

Enjoy free WiFi, a refreshing saltwater pool, on-site valet available 24 hours a day (a rare French Quarter treat) and May Baily’s Place, a lustrous re-imagining of one of the city’s famed bordellos.

Close