Degas House is the only home and studio of the French Impressionist Master, Edgar Degas, open to the public anywhere in the world. Conveniently located 11 blocks from the French Quarter, romantic intimacy and Creole elegance await you in the beautifully restored historic home. Michelin rated "MUST SEE" and "MUST STAY." The Creole breakfast served daily can not be missed - followed by a tour guided by Degas' great grand niece. Come and experience New Orleans from the same perspective as the artist himself!
This grandly appointed room is the showpiece of the house, perfect for a bridal suite or honeymoon. Hardwood floors, lighting from a cut crystal chandelier, magnificient draperies, a luxurious four-post King size bed, and a classic Victorian claw foot tub that creates an atmosphere of both intimacy and elegance. The private balcony has outdoor seating so that you can relax and enjoy the lovely view overlooking oak-lined Esplanade Avenue. The room also contains a day bed with a full pull-out trundle.
This room features an antique style four-post queen size bed, hardwood floors, elegant antique and reproduction furniture, large windows and a porcelain claw-foot bathtub with shower. An adjoining door between the Josephine and Estelle rooms allows conversation to a large two-room suite for accommodations of families or larger groups.
This room has a full size antique brass bed and a twin size bed. The features include hardwood floors, wood furniture and a private bathroom with tub and shower. The room come with an easel to let your inner artist emerge. Other amenities include a flat screen TV, mini-fridge, and iPod dock.
This room features a cherry wood four-post full size bed and matching wood furniture, hardwood floors, and private bathroom with tub and shower. The room come with an easel to let your inner artist emerge. Other amenities include a flat screen TV, mini-fridge, and iPod dock.
This room features a queen size brass bed, a twin size bed, wood furniture, and a bathroom with tile floor and stand-up shower. The room come with an easel to let your inner artist emerge. Other amenities include a flat screen TV, mini-fridge, and iPod dock.
This room features a queen size bed, hardwood floors, wooden furniture and a large bathroom with tile floor and shower. The room come with an easel to let your inner artist emerge. Other amenities include a flat screen TV, mini-fridge, and iPod dock.
The Mathilde Suite is a spacious and beautifully-appointed 2 -bedroom suite with private balcony overlooking historic Esplanade Avenue and Gayarre Park beneath a canopy of massive live oaks. The master bedroom has a wooden four post king-sized bed, with a hand-carved double bed from Normandy in the other. There is also a private kitchen and a large bathroom with Jacuzzi.
The William Bell Suite can comfortably accommodate up to four people in its two spacious rooms. Charmingly furnished, the room boasts one four-poster king-sized bed and one full-sized four-poster bed. It also features a private balcony overlooking our courtyard, a personal kitchen, generous closet space and a bathroom equipped with Jacuzzi.
4.6 on June 19, 2013
Clean, conveniently located, breakfast a delight. Would stay again when visiting the area.
4.6 on June 12, 2013
We reserved 3 of the lovely rooms at the Degas House, 2 of which had 2 bedrooms, (5 bedrooms total). Breakfast was lovely and the staff friendly and helpful. We were a total of 9 adults in our family and the total room costs were under $900 per day. Beds were very comfortable.
4.8 on May 29, 2013
It is like staying in a museum home complete with period furniture. The staff was friendly and the Manager attentive to detail.
4.8 on March 29, 2013
We found Degas House a perfect place for us to stay in New Orleans. There is easy access to the French Quarter and Esplanade Avenue is very beautiful. The breakfasts were very good and we were taken care of beautifully by the staff, particularly by the soft spoken and kind Caroline. Our room was wonderfully refreshed everyday. There is road construction going on on Esplanade but it didn't bother us. We also had dinner one night at the Degas House Restaurant and found it very pleasant.
3.6 on March 16, 2013
Beautiful house with some interesting history. The tour is worth it though keep it for a rainy day activity as there is so much to do and see in NOLA. the location is great - off the beaten track and so a very quiet, peaceful respite from the madness downtown, and yet just a 15 minute walk to the action. Rent bikes and you can truly get around the whole city - French Quarter, City Park, Garden District, ...Wifi was a bit temperamental during our stay but the staff were lovely about it. Bed was a bit lumpy but it was so quiet we slept like babies.
4.4 on March 09, 2013
Beautiful rooms, comfortable bed, friendly staff, great location. Very much enjoyed my stay here!
4.4 on March 06, 2013
We stayed in the Carrie Suite which is on the third floor of the home. It was hot in the hallways of the 3rd floor even though it was in the mid-forties outside. I imagine it would be stifling in the summer. However, once we got in the room, plenty of air conditioning with an individual unit for the room. Nicely furnished, but absolutely no windows on the 3rd floor so there was no outside light coming into the room. Free wi-fi and breakfast were included with the room, and the breakfast was outstanding. I would recommend this place to a friend, but would warn them about the lack of windows and heat in the hallways on the third floor
5 on February 07, 2013
My wife and I stayed at the Degas House while in town for the Super Bowl. This is the best bed and breakfast we have stayed and have recommended it to all who will listen. The owner David has a true love for the history of the house and surrounding area--this is evident in the care he and his staff take of guests. The staff catered to every guest and made us feel welcome. I can not speak highly enough about the Degas House. Troy
5 on November 01, 2012
The room was wonderful and the breakfast was first class but the staff made our stay here simply amazing! The ladies cooking breakfast were very gracious and friendly. The housekeepers were phenominal and very cordial. The check in and out was easy and the tour guide was magnificant. The host(Mark) made sure everything ran smooth. QAll in all a astay that I would love to reoeat!
4.8 on September 28, 2012
The air was moist and warm and our weary bones drove up to The Degas House after a six hour layover in Houston. David and Brandy very graciously arrived to welcome us despite the lateness of the hour. They shared the history of David's meticulous renovation, their experiences through hurricanes Isaac and Katrina and suggested adventures for our stay in New Orleans. We stepped through the guillotine window to another era viewed from the porch outside Estelle Musson's bedroom. After a delicious breakfast and the clink of mimosa glasses, we took suggestions from our hosts. An articulate and fascinating tour led by Degas' great grand niece gave life and breath to the house and paintings of Musson family members which surrounded us. Then off to a raucous Friday afternoon at Galatoire's full of well heeled souls out to toast the weekend with bottles of bubbly and a long fabulous lunch. Cheers to Degas house and many thanks!
Thank you for your wonderful review. We are truly glad that you enjoyed your stay with us and that you were able to experience the tour of the house while you were visiting - integrating the history with providing a comfortable place to stay is central to what we are trying to achieve. We look forward to welcoming you back in the future.
Esplanade Ridge, Greater Treme, City
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 7 miles
From New Orleans Airport: 1. Follow signs to I-10 East, Downtown New Orleans, appoximately 7 miles. 2. Exit Metairie Road/City Park Ave., exit to right. 3. Turn left under I-10 and continue 2 miles on City Park Ave. to the Carrollton Ave./Wisner Blvd. traffic light. 4. Turn left at Carrollton Ave./Wisner Blvd. 5. Take the first right, Esplanade Ave. across the bridge at Bayou St. John. 6. Follow Esplanade Ave. for approximately one mile. The House is three blocks past Broad St. on your right side.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, French Quarter, Swamps, Racetrack, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Piano, Secretarial services, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Free Attendance to Our Award-winning Guided Tour, Balconies, Gileschrist and Soames Toiletries, Gift Shop, iPod Docking Station, Courtyard Area
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Horseback riding, Hunting, Gondola Rides, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
David E. Villarrubia
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Vegan
Waffles with Fresh Fruit, Eggs Any Style, Smoked Bacon Omelets with Ham or Turkey, Cheese and/or Vegetables French Toast with Bananas Foster, Smoked Sausage, Cheese Grits Assorted Muffins, Bread & Bagels, Cereal,Fresh Fruit,Yogurt Orange Juice, Grapefruit Juice, Milk, Coffee, Tea, Cocoa,
Enjoy four nights in one of our historic rooms with a fully cooked breakfast and a tour of the only home of French Impressionist Edgar Degas open to the public. Guests will also receive complimentary tickets to the New Orleans Museum of Art to view original masterpieces by Degas and other artists. Prices are valid through Labor Day. (Promotion is subject to availability.)