Maison de Ville

OVERVIEW of Maison du Ville

Maison du Ville is a charming B&B only a block from wild Bourbon Street, yet you would never know it. It is a tranquil oasis where rooms encircle a wonderful brick patio centered with a fountain and the crowds seem far away.

Built in 1783, apothecary Antoine Amede Peychaud was one of the earliest residents. He went on to create New Orleans first signature cocktail the Sazerac. Peychaud made the drink with a mix of bitters and liquor, measured in a coquetier, or eggcup and to this day it is still made with Peychaud’s Bitters. The home became an inn in 1944 and later entertained Tennessee Williams while he completed A Streetcar Named Desire. The Tennessee Williams Suite at $465 is the most expensive room, but what a treat.

THE ROOMS at Maison du Ville

Rooms are stylishly decorated and feature queen or king beds, some with 4 poster beds and antique and period furnishings. Select rooms have balconies over Rue Toulouse or Bourbon Street.

Complimentary coffee and pastries are served every morning and complimentary snacks are available 24 hours.

THE RATES at Maison du Ville

From $325 Peak Season Weekend

WHAT OTHERS SAY About Maison du Ville

Conde Nast Reader’s Choice Awards-Best in the World

PROMOTIONS at Maison du Ville

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