The Iberville Suites
Just a short block from Gallatoire's famed restaurant, The Iberville Suites is one of the best kept secrets in the Big Easy! The grand lobby is adorned with fine antiques, fresh flowers and spectacular art. Each suite is equipped with high-speed Internet access, dual-line phones, an in-room safe, a wet bar, a mini refrigerator, a coffeemaker, and two televisions. The elegant marble bathrooms include hairdryers and personal toiletries by Bath & Body Works. A Continental breakfast is served every morning, free of charge!
The Iberville Suites is managed by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company L.L.C. and shares the same magnificent building as The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans. As a guest of The Iberville Suites, you will have access to The Ritz-Carlton's world-class Spa for a nominal fee, and you will also have charging privileges at any of the world-class restaurants and bars at The Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans.
New Orleans is home to more than 3,000 restaurants and many of the best are situated in the French Quarter, all within easy walking distance of The Iberville Suites. You could stop into any restaurant in the French Quarter and happen upon a meal you will never forget! The shopping is also outstanding, from well-known retailers to unique boutiques, art galleries and antique dealers, the shops of the French Quarter rival those found anywhere in the world.
Of course, the French Quarter offers more than food and shopping. A stroll down Royal or Chartres Streets is like a journey back through time. Somewhere along the slate sidewalks, dappled in the shade of lacy, wrought iron balconies, you will feel as though you have slipped back into another age, Old World New Orleans!
With all the grace and charm of old world New Orleans and all the modern world amenities you would expect and desire, The Iberville Suites offers the best of both worlds in the perfect French Quarter setting!
The Maison Dupuy
A Distinctive New Orleans French Quarter Hotel….
One of the most unique New Orleans hotels in the French Quarter, the Maison Dupuy is located only two blocks from the heart of Bourbon Street. Set inside the city’s historic Vieux Carre district, the Maison Dupuy offers guests a distinctive mixture of history and luxury, allowing them to experience New Orleans at its best.
Located in the city’s geographical center, this luxurious New Orleans hotel is walking distance to everything in the French Quarter, the Riverwalk attractions, the Canal Street Street Cars, as well as the gigantic Harrah's Casino. Situated at the corner of Rue Toulouse and Burgundy Street in the French Quarter, the Maison Dupuy is only a few blocks from the Central Business District (CBD) and the Louisiana Superdome.
The rooms are elegant and private and luxurious. And the courtyard! The Vieux Carre is famous for its beautiful interior courtyards, and the courtyard at the Maison Dupuy is as beautiful and peaceful as they come... right in the heart of everything, yet exquisitely apart.
Dominique’s is Maison Dupuy's award-winning restaurant, offering a superlative dining experience with the region’s richest blend of fine cuisine and romantic atmosphere. Originally presided over by Chef Paul Prudhomme (who made his home on the premises some 20 years ago), Dominique's is now the signature restaurant of Chef Dominique Macquet and remains one of the French Quarter's preeminent choices for fine dining.
A stay at the Maison Dupuy renders the true New Orleans' French Quarter experience!
The Cornstalk Hotel
History alive is what you have when you stay at the Cornstalk! In the early 1800's, it was the home of Judge Francois Xavier-Martin, first Chief Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court and the author of the first history of Louisiana. It is the place where Harriet Beecher Stowe stopped and was inspired to write Uncle Tom's Cabin from the sights and sounds she experienced at the nearby slave markets.
Surrounded by a unique and intricate 165 year-old "cornstalk" cast iron fence (from whence comes the name of the hotel), the Cornstalk is located in the heart of the Vieux Carre on Rue Royale, a block over from the infamous Rue Bourbon, affording guests the closeness of antique and gift shops, riverboats, etc. during the day and the music and entertainment of the French Quarter at night. Tours of all kinds are available at the hotel desk, and Cornstalk guests will find themselves within walking distance of everything in the French Quarter, including the Riverwalk and the Street Cars on Canal Street.
The famous Cornstalk Fence is truly a landmark that in itself has helped make the old French Quarter famous. Natives and tourists alike never cease to wonder at its beautifully ornate and delicate iron lace handicraft. Ripe ears of corn on their stalks are seemingly ready for the harvest, each kernel a work of art. Pumpkins form the base of the massive iron columns around which are entwined the pumpkin vines and the leaves and morning glories. There is a lovely old story of an early owner who brought his young bride to live here far from her native Iowa. To soften some of her loneliness for the waving fields of corn back home, he caused this replica to be made in graceful iron so that from her front gallery she could forever see something of her native land.
Passersby will often see Cornstalk guests sitting in rocking chairs on the porch, watching the never ceasing array of life passing up and down Royal Street. Elegant accommodations in the heart of it all! A very authentic way to experience New Orleans and the Vieux Carre in an historical context.
A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.