La Maison Marigny is one of Travel and Leisure Magazine's TOP TEN B&Bs in America. Our B&B is located steps off of Esplanade Avenue at the gateway to both the French Quarter and one of America's hottest neighborhoods, the Faubourg Marigny. Our deluxe guest rooms each feature designer fabrics, luxury bedding, private baths, 66-cable channel flat screen TVs, clock radios with iPod docks, antique/reproduction furnishings, free local calls and more. In the morning, guests enjoy a complimentary full breakfast, too! From the B&B, it's a quick and easy walk to nearly all of New Orleans' major attractions, including the French Quarter, French Market, Aquarium of the Americas/IMAX, Jackson Square, Riverwalk, Bourbon Street clubs, Harrah's casino, and dozens of fine restaurants. While browsing our B&B information, be sure to check us out on TripAdvisor or click "Reviews" in the left column to check out comments from previous guests. The fact that La Maison Marigny has so many repeat guests suggests that if you stay with us once, you'll want to come back again and again. Be sure to check us out on tripadvisor, too!
Complete with a balcony overlooking the quiet end of Bourbon Street, our most popular room features hardwood floors with a beautiful antique reproduction queen bed (ornate headboard and footboard). The room has a large private bath with full-sized tub, antique and reproduction furnishings, sitting area, phone, flat tube color TV/DVD with expanded cable, high ceilings, fan, central air/heat, etc.
This guest room features hardwood floors with a beautiful antique reproduction queen bed with ornate headboard. The room has a newly renovated private bath, antique and reproduction furnishings, sitting area (with Queen Anne-style recliner!), phone, flat tube color TV/DVD with expanded cable, high ceilings, fan, central air/heat, etc.
This guest room features hardwood floors with a beautiful antique reproduction four-poster queen bed. The room has a large newly renovated private bath, antique and reproduction furnishings, sitting area, phone, flat tube color TV/DVD with expanded cable, high ceilings, fan, central air/heat, etc.
Our largest room features hardwood floors with a beautiful raised queen four poster bed, complete with steps! The room has a private bath, antique and reproduction furnishings, separate parlor and bedroom, phone, 27" color TV with expanded cable and DVD, CD player/stereo, high ceilings, fan, central air/heat, floor-to-ceiling windows, etc.
4.6 on February 26, 2014
This B&B is located near the French Quarter and within walking distance to Frenchmen Street. The Courtyard room was beautifully decorated with tasteful period furniture. We found the owner friendly and helpful. Only slight disappointment were the breakfast's; while good, served small portions, and not gourmet that we experienced in other B&B's. If you are looking for a big breakfast to get you on your way for a full day of activity these breakfast's won't do it. Other than that our stay was nice.
5 on January 04, 2014
I had the responsibility to make reservations in NOLA for a one week vacation for seven good friends from all over the country. The pressure was on me to come through for the group. After talking with the owners or agents of several properties, I decided on La Maison Marigny... and I'm glad I did. The property and the owner, John Ramsey, exceeded our expectations in every way. The rooms were clean and very well equipped. The breakfasts were outstanding. And a big plus that we didn't expect was John's willingness to give us recommendations for dining, music and attractions; he even made some of the reservations for us. The only downside of our stay at La Maison Marigny is that I have now been drafted by our group to do the research and make the selection for our next vacation on the Oregon coast. Thank you, John... I think.
5 on November 17, 2013
La Marigny's location is perfect for an easy walk to the French Quarter and an even easier stroll to Frenchmen's Street that has all the jazz you need, night after night, with no tackiness like the Quarter. The B&B itself is well appointed and beautifully done and super clean. The owner comes every morning to cook a yummy breakfast and he leaves wine, liquor and snacks too. Thus the room rates include a fair amount of savings on food and drink during each day. Also John your host knows New Orleans well and advises on great places and will help do reservations too. I was there for a whole week with a group of friends who vacation together every year in different places across the USA. Having done this for ten years, we voted our stay at La Marigny the best of some wonderful places. We will all return. It's like home now. Only better. Signed...Happy in Houston
4.8 on December 02, 2012
We have stayed in B&B locations around the world and this location was by far the best. It was located in the best position to walk to the French Quarters, Fisherman's street and the Treme. The owner John was very hospitable and such a very nice person. He made you not only make you feel at home but it felt like we were long lost friends. The house was beautiful and very clean as well. John and Dewey are doing a great job! We are coming back again...
5 on March 20, 2011
Stayed for a quick getaway right after Mardi Gras and La Maison Marigny was the perfect choice for us. John greeted us at the door with a big smile, setting the tone for the rest of the weekend. Nice conversation and orientation/advice over a cool beverage followed, then a quick tour of the room before we settled in. The location has been mentioned here before and is,in my mind, perfect. Close to everything yet not in the middle of it. Frenchmen Street and Bourbon Street nightlife both just a couple of blocks away yet who wants to sleep in the middle of that noise? Not me! LMM is the perfect alternative. Breakfast is simple but very tasty. Muffins scones and biscuits, with coffee, juice, fruit and yogurt. Cereal too, I think, but I didn't try it. Overall, you get a lot (free internet and wifi, free soft drinks, etc.) at this inn. Try it.
Bourbon Street, Esplanade Avenue, Faubourg Marigny, Historic Districts, Riverside, City, Downtown
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 15 miles
exit airport onto I-10 Eastbound. At the I-10/I-610 split, stay on I-10. Near the Superdome, be sure to stay on I-10 rather than taking Hwy 90...you'll be across the river in a few minutes! From I-10, exit Esplanade Avenue and turn right. Cross Rampart (only red light) and the third street is Bourbon. Take a left, and the B&B will be mid-block on your right at #1421.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, French Market, French Quarter, Garden District/Uptown, Jazzland Theme Park, Tulane University, New Orleans Arena & Superdome, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Billiards, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn
Amenities Basket, Board games, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fireplace, Private entrance, Washer/dryer, Wet bar , Free Local Phone Calls, Post / Parcel Service, Iron / Ironing Board, Concierge, Sony stereos with iPod docks in each room, Free Long Distance in US and to many Int'l numbers
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fridge, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Billiards, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
John Ramsey and Dewey Donihoo
Hosts are MBA graduates of Tulane University and enjoy cultural arts, restaurants, world travel, nightclubs, and providing information on the wonderful city that is New Orleans.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Low Carb
fresh-baked muffins, biscuits and scones
We prepare multiple items but guests rave about our fresh-baked muffins and scones. Examples include chocolate-raspberry, lemon poppyseed or banana nut muffins. Or how about cranberry-orange, blueberry or apple cinnamon scones to complement fresh-ground New Orleans-style coffee with chicory?