Dauphine Orleans’ HOTEL
Serenity In The Heart of The French Quarter
Welcome to the Dauphine Orleans Hotel
Serenity in the Heart of the French Quarter
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.
Tranquility in the Crescent City
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.
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.
Effortless enjoyment upon arrival
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.
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MAY BAILY'S PLACE
Sips of Storyville
See what’s behind the red velvet curtain of the newly re-imagined May Baily’s Place. This Creole-style cottage was once one of the first and most notorious bordellos of New Orleans’ Storyville red-light district. Come discover a boudoir-inspired escape, where sultry sips and hand-crafted cocktails mingle with burlesque art and indulgent fabrics and textures.
A Haunted New Orleans Bar
During the city’s legalized red-light district in mid to late 19th century, May Baily’s Place had carved out a reputation long before prostitution was legalized. Ghost hunters who visit New Orleans have surmised that one of the working girls of May’s brothel still haunts to this day.
Give your loved ones the experience of New Orleans.
Congratulations to Dauphine Orleans Hotel for the Tripadvisor: 2021 Travelers’ Choice!
Let your happily-ever-after begin at The Dauphine Orleans Hotel.