The Parisian Courtyard Inn is located in the trendy Lower Garden District with public transportation, restaurants, antique shops, and the Garden District all within a four-block walking distance. The Parisian Courtyard Inn is one of the oldest buildings in New Orleans, built before Pontalba Apartments at Jackson Square in 1846 by Rufus Mcllhenny of the Tabasco family. The monolithic columns from the wrought iron balcony protect the stucco facade and 12-foot walk-thru windows. Enter the huge door to the great hall with double parlour and a sweeping six-foot circular staircase to the upstairs. Front and rear brick and slate courtyards with fountains provide a tranquil setting.
Second floor overlooking the patio balcony thru floor to ceiling cypress windows cover in blackout drapes. Queen bed next to exposed brick wall and side tables provide a cozy warm place to relax and get ready to tour New Orleans. For your convenience control AC, TV/DVD, refrigerator, computer access and clock radio. Just off the bedroom is a full tile bath.
Leaving the grand hall outside to the patio balcony , ground floor enter into a well appointed room with 1890 antique golden oak queen size bed and dresser with table, chairs, night stands, TV, separate AC control and refrigerator. The bath is a new all tiled full bath with toiletries and hair dryer.
Just of the rear patio along side the balcony this room with exposed brick walls and 1820 mahogany queen bed and nightstands with separate HVAC, TV/DVD and refrigerator awaits your stay.
On the third level this oversize queen luxury loft suite sits in the spot where the old rain Cistern was housed in the attic. The bed is on a raised platform with balcony overlook the living space with couch and armoire that houses the TV and refrigerator with space to spare. The gold tufted bed with posh mattress provides comfortable relaxing romantic spare. Off the living room is a shower bath.
On the third level sheltered in the attic with roof top views, this luxury queen suite with 2 windows, tile bath with shower is the largest room. Unique with sloping walls,exposed brick nooks and corners create spaces to relax after a night on the town. For your convenience control AC, TV, computer access, couch and chairs
At the top of the grand staircase this room with all natural woodwork and cypress windows hardwood floor with a queen bed and full tile bath. For your convenience central AC, TV, refrigerator, computer access.
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5 on January 20, 2014
My cousin's daughter's wedding (a 3 day event) was simply gorgeous, thanks to the Parisian Courtyard Inn. The B&B is so beautiful and the management (Tracey) does an excellent job. She is an experienced and wonderful hostess for any event. And her daily continental breakfasts are outstanding. YOU MUST GO! We were in Room 6. Simply beautiful and very quiet.
Thank you, it was so nice having you and your family stay with us. I really appreciate your kind words it was my pleasure.
4.8 on January 21, 2011
My husband and I, our daughter and husband, and 4 friends stayed at the Parisian for 3 nights in January 2010 to celebrate my husband's 60th birthday. We couldn't have chosen a more wonderful place to stay. The house has been beautifully restored, and the owners and Jesse, the manager, make you feel like it is your family home! We stayed in the #10 attic room with reclaimed brick walls, hardware floors and beautiful period furnishings, plus all the modern conveniences. We took 4 rooms altogether and each is unique and charming. It is located on the "fringe" of the Garden District", and the trolley car to the French Quarter is just a block away on St. Charles. Jesse and the owners are happy to accomodate in any way they can, and as they are originally from New Orleans, are a wealth of information. The continental breakfast is perfect, and they even offer chickory coffee! A stay at the Parisian will show you what true New Orleans southern hospitality and charm really is! I can't wait to go back!
5 on December 31, 2010
I stumbled on a post about the Parysian Court yard Inn this morning and now want to spread the word..…Our whole family had a reunion at the Parisian...what a treat and affordable! Each room is completely unique and pictures on the web show just a glimpse of the actual grandeur. This place really is a hidden gem. Filled with history, originally built in the 1840's, The owner restored it with a mixture of ornate detail and cozy warmth. (He asked us to join him for bourbon in the garden one evening after we returned from sightseeing) The inn is a delightful combination of Royal esthetics, yet comfortable enough to feel as if it was my place... His wife encouraged me to take an afternoon nap on the 1840's feather chaise lounge in the double parlor if I wanted to...as if it were my family's mansion in the Garden District... Breakfast has many choices including fresh fruit, yogurt, cinnamon bread and croissants..... Rooms 1 and 4 are absolutely grand! and such a good value... 12 ft ceilings, king sized beds, dripping chandeliers and stunning antique furniture. Unbelievable. My parents stayed in room 1 with the stepping stools on either side to aide in getting into the over-sized bed. My husband and I stayed in Room 4 with the balcony. We went to sleep whispering to each other and giggling,”Good night Mr. King...Good night Mrs. Queen" my sister -in-law stayed in Room 9 which is more modern. It is split level with furniture from what could b e the 40’s or 50's... original chiffon bed covering and matching couch...just amazing as if…. Jackie -O or Maria Callas had it put together ...and Jesse the kindest inn keeper in the world, covered the couch and laid out an extra mattress for her children since the hotel was completely full. Some of the other rooms are smaller, but each has distinctive detail and hidden treasures
4.2 on November 07, 2007
My husband and I and three friends spent a weekend here and just loved it. Jesse is a wonderful and informative innkeeper. The place has been redone to perfection. It's truly old and also truly beautiful. But is also offers all of the modern conveniences. We will be back!
Lower Garden District, Garden District, French Quarter, Airport, City, Downtown
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 15 miles
1: Start out going EAST on W AIRLINE HWY / US-61. 0.1 miles Map 2: Turn LEFT toward PASSENGER TERMINAL. 0.1 miles Map 3: Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto JEROME S GLAZER AIRPORT ACCESS RD. 0.4 miles Map 4: JEROME S GLAZER AIRPORT ACCESS RD becomes AIRPORT ACCESS RD. 1.9 miles Map 5: Merge onto I-10 E. 10.7 miles Map 6: Keep LEFT to take US-90 BR W via EXIT 234A toward WESTBANK / SUPERDOME / CLAIBORNE AVE. 1.3 miles Map 7: Take the CARONDELET ST exit toward ST CHARLES AVE. 0.2 miles Map 8: Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto CALLIOPE ST. 0.1 miles Map 9: Turn SLIGHT RIGHT onto ST CHARLES AVE. 0.3 miles Map 10: Turn LEFT onto EUTERPE ST. 0.1 miles Map 11: Turn RIGHT onto PRYTANIA ST. 0.1 miles Map 12: End at 1726 Prytania St New Orleans, LA 70130-5218, US Map Total Est. Time: 22 minutes Total Est. Distance: 15.45 miles
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Commander's Palace Restaurant, Emeril's Delmonico Restaurant, Sucre, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
CD player, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Piano, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , housekeeping services, private courtyards, New Orleans-style balconies, luxurious double parlour, host services for restaurant reservations, etc.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Golfing, Local Cuisine, French Quarter, Antique Shopping, Fine Dining, Audubon Zoo, Aquarium of Americas, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool
English, French, German, Italian