The Palace is a quaint luxury creole mansion located in the heart of New Orleans French Quarter.


THE Palace - #1

The “Palace” is located on the first floor, facing Dumaine Street. The spacious suite with high ceilings can accommodate up to 6 guests and is equipped with a large private bathroom and wet bar.

 

DUMAINE - #2

Located in the French quarter, this two-bedroom apartment with exposed bricks, marble and wood floors has a true historical feeling. This unit has view to the cozy courtyard.

 

BOURBON - #3

The "Bourbon" showcases a Victorian style décor and it showcases a dazzling five foot hanging Crystal French chandelier as well as an oversized balcony overlooking Dumaine and Bourbon St.

 

ROYAL SUITE - #4

The "Royal" unit is a charming two-bedroom equipped with three beds. It shares a common balcony with the neighboring unit next door to accommodate groups of 6 or more, combined.

 

chartres - #5

The "Chartres" room faces the courtyard on the 2nd floor. The soothing sounds of the water fountain can be heard from within the unit, offering a tranquil reprieve from the busy streets of The Quarter.

 

 Dauphine Suite - #6

The Dauphine Suite features French Quarter history at its finest. It is equipped with three beds, hardwood floors, a fireplace, bed crowns, silk drapes and a marble bathroom that will take you back in time to the glory days of French opulence.

 

Burgundy - #7

The "Burgundy" is a charming two-bedroom suite uniquely designed to make you feel a world away. The unit has an oversized balcony overlooking Dumaine and Bourbon St.

 

conti suite - #8

The "Conti" unit has a beautifully designed "Fine Peace" orchard theme painted throughout, and is filled with antique furniture and decor.

 

The Barracks - #9

The Barracks was once the attic of the single family mansion. The apartment can accommodate up to 8 guest and it features 2 bedrooms, 1 full equipped kitchen, 1 vintage bathroom with an original refinished clawfoot tub and expose pipe brass shower. 

 

Step into a delicious, eclectic European fairy tale without leaving the United States.

The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carré or the “Quarter” to locals, is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans with Spanish and French roots dating back to the 17th century.

The French Quarter unique attractions is the reason why is the most visited area by both locals and tourists. From the beautiful architecture to art galleries, museums, restaurants, and bars, the French Quarter has something for everyone – no matter what your interests, budget, or age may be. Join up with a tour and learn more about the fascinating history of the area, or spend the entire day exploring and shopping in the area, topping everything off with an excellent meal in a world-famous restaurant and some live music. With so much culture, history, and entertainment, you’ll find a unique and exciting experience around every corner.

 

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