The Hotel Maison de Ville is a beautiful historic property located in the heart of New Orleans’ French Quarter. While the original building dates back to the 18th century, the property has been renovated into a luxury space with unique rooms, including a beautiful ground-level suite. Featuring a private courtyard, and balconies overlooking Toulouse street, the hotel has hosted many famous guests since its inception in the 1940s. It continues to be sought out by those looking for an exclusive and memorable French Quarter experience.
Brimming with history, the property also housed the creator of New Orleans signature Sazarac cocktail, and Tennessee Williams wrote his masterpiece A Streetcar Named Desire while staying on the property. Our friendly staff is here to assist you with booking tours, making reservations, and creating a getaway that is as unique and unforgettable as the hotel itself.
The three-story structure, built in 1783, was originally the residence of Jean Baptiste Lilie Sarpy, and later, Antoine Peychaud and Tennessee Williams.
DINING & NIGHTLIFE
Just steps from the Hotel guests can partake in New Orleans rich nightlife on Bourbon Street or one of many world famous restaurants to call the Big Easy home.
WEDDINGS & EVENTS
Maison de Ville boasts a large private courtyard, a quintessential setting perfectly suited for weddings & events of up to 150 guests. Celebrate your event in these historic surroundings.