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Dauphine Orleans Hotel3 Stars
415 Dauphine Street New Orleans LA 70112
Hotel Dauphine is on Dauphine Street in the heart of the French Quarter in New Orleans, close to the central business district. Visitors can stroll around historic Jackson Square and Bourbon and Royal streets.
Each of the 111 air-conditioned rooms and suites is fitted with satellite 42-inch flat-screen TV, wireless Internet access, iron/ironing board, coffee maker and safe deposit box. Some rooms have balcony while suites feature shower bathtub with Jacuzzi jet. Accessible rooms are also on offer.
Patrons of Dauphine Hotel can start the day with continental breakfast at the in-house Audubon breakfast room. Enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail at May Baily's Place on site.
Dauphine Orleans Hotel has meeting spaces that can seat up to 60 guests. Guests at this non-smoking hotel can have a relaxing massage at the Le Jardin Spa, take a dip in the outdoor saltwater pool or work out at the in-house fitness centre. Valet parking, laundry services and Internet access in public areas are also available.
- NOTE: Parking rate is $34 plus taxes per night for standard vehicles and $38 plus taxes per night for oversized vehicles. Parking rates come with 12% tax.
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
- Conference Facilities
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Wireless Internet Access
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
Dauphine Orleans Hotel Guest Reviews (22)
The staff were all very friendly and helpful. The bed was extremely comfortable. The room was clean and surprisingly quiet.
fan of NOLA wrote on January 19, 2012
The hotel's location is fantastic. The nice young lady at the front desk check-in went the extra mile to get us a balcony room. Mike the valet was personable and the bartender gave us some good tips, conversation along with our complimentary welcome drinks. They have a good breakfast (make sure to tip as they work really hard). I was able to make myself waffles for the first time ever and they were pretty good. The provided us with a mini fridge to store my husband's diabetes medication. Would stay again in a heartbeat.
Sue8260 wrote on January 3, 2012
This was our second time staying at this hotel. The staff is excellent, the complimentary breakfast has enough choices for even the pickiest eater, and the location is great. It's one block from Bourbon Street, yet you can't hear any of the revelry in your room. Our only complaint would be that both times we booked online and got a room whose view was of a brick wall. There are many charming courtyard views, but I guess you have to call personally to get those rooms, as they were not available to switch to when we arrived.
virge wrote on December 12, 2011
i stayed 2 nights in room 323 over thanksgiving weeeknd, and this was a HUGE disappointment. the bathroom had mold growing on the ceiling, the showerhead did not work properly, the ceiling in guestroom had clear waterstains on it, which led to that awful mildew odor throughout the room and hallways. our headboard made of suede material was SO GROSSLY STAINED, with god knows what. housekeeper just walked into our room within an hour of checking with no knock or saying anything. she was suprised to see us, weird, because the room had already been cleaned for the next guest. she apologized. 2 drink coupons at may bailey's stunk too, because the "cooler" was broken and we were only offered domestic beer for the inconvenience. and WORST of all, we had super loud people above us who constantly slammed their toilet seat between 5-8a.m., and when we called the front desk at 6am, the issue was not resloved because the slamming continued. i would not stay here again, and if you decide to still stay here, do yourself a favor, and don't stay in room 323. in fact ask to see and smell the room prior to checking in here. i guarantee you'll leave right away. we even asked for a late check out knowing they had low occupancy rate sunday night and was only given an hour extra, for our trouble. the property was charming, but deceitful overall. beware of the super thin walls, super loud noises you'll here room to room through this very old building.
Jamie and Paul wrote on December 3, 2011
This was our third trip to New Orleans staying at the Dauphine Orleans. Can't say enough about them. Check in was quick and easy with friendly staff. We got there before noon and the hotel was booked, so they put our bags in storage and called my cell phone when the room was ready. Room was clean and neat. Great bed with tempurpedic mattress with foam and feather pillows and comforter..New 32" flatscreen in the room. Only one block off Bourbon in the French Quarter, but was quiet at night. Never would have known. Great breakfast included everything you could want. The desk staff, bell-hops, garage attendants and housekeeping staff were all professional, helpful and friendly. Received tickets for 2 free drinks at May Baileys bar (used to be a brothel). Didn't use the pool but is nice to sit in the courtyard and have a drink or just relax. Price was right and would definitely recommend this hotel.
Birdy1 wrote on November 23, 2011
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